Rappahannock News

Rapp at Home offers reflective address signs


In the last year, Rappahanno­ck County’s nonprofit Rapp at Home — in collaborat­ion with the Castleton Community Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company — has provided reflective house address signs to almost 60 county residents. These reflective blue signs are installed next to a resident's driveway to help emergency responders find their house quickly and easily, even at night and in poor weather.

To order a sign, contact Rapp at Home at (540) 937-4663. The signs and installati­ons are free to residents age 50 or older; others pay just $15 for each, plus an installati­on fee. Rapp at Home donates the cost of producing the signs to Castleton Fire & Rescue.

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