Welcome to the Town of Onley's website. Please contact the Onley Town Office at 757-787-3985 with any questions or comments you may have. Office hours are Monday thru Friday 8:30 AM - 5 PM.
Effective December 1, 2019, all meetings of the Onley Town Council will be held at 6:30pm unless otherwise posted. The meetings are at the Onley Baptist Church, 25501 W. Main St., Onley.
The Onley Town Office will be closed December 24th & 25th for Christmas. We wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season.
NOTICE TO TOWN RESIDENTS: The Town of Onley Planning Commission meets the fourth Wednesday of every month at the Onley Town Office. Meeting time has been changed to 6:00 pm. Everyone is invited to attend. **Due to the holiday season, the November meeting will be November 20, 2019 and the December meeting will be December 18, 2019.**
***VEHICLE DECALS FOR SALE***
The Town of Onley will begin selling town vehicle decals on Friday, March 15, 2019 at the Onley Town Office. You must bring a current registration for each vehicle decal purchased. There will be no exceptions. Decals must be displayed by April 15, 2019. Please call 757-787-3985 with questions.
Vehicles - $27.00 Motorcycles - $25.00 Trailers - $8.00
The Town of Onley's Fall 2019 Newsletter is now online. Please click on the Newsletter Archive Link (above) to find out what's going on around Town.
Click Here for the Onley Town Council 2019-2020 Monthly Meeting Schedule:
Press Release for Arrest on 11-14-19
According to Chief John Spivey, an investigation conducted by the Onley Police Department with assistance from the Virginia State Police has led to the arrest of a suspect in connection with the October 24th robbery and felony assault that occurred at the Wine Rack convenience store in Onley, Virginia. On Thursday, November 14, 2019, the Onley Police Department executed a search warrant at The Regal Inn on Coastal Boulevard and a man was apprehended at the residence as a result of the search.
Michael Lee Camper, Jr., age 31 of Onley, was arrested on charges of robbery, use of a firearm while attempting to commit robbery, malicious wounding, and abduction. Mr. Camper is currently being held at the Accomack County Jail with bond denied.
The Onley Police Department was assisted by the Virginia State Police and the Accomack County Sheriff’s Office and Chief Spivey would like to thank both agencies for their assistance in the investigation and apprehension of the suspect.
Click on the link below to access the Town of Onley's Comprehensive Plan: