STANARDSVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Greene County Board of Supervisors announced Tuesday night that they are requesting applications from individuals in serving as the interim Stanardsville district supervisor until a special election can be held. 

Supervisor Abbey Heflin resigned effective Oct. 5. She joined the Board of Supervisors for the Stanardsville District in January 2022. Her term of service expires Dec. 31, 2025. 

To serve in this role, the applicant must live within the Stanardsville District. 

To see whether you live within those boundaries, visit the voter registration website at and look at the Election District Map under the Helpful Documents section or call (434) 985-5213. 

An application is available online at 

You can submit a printed application to the Greene County Administration office at 40 Celt Road, Stanardsville VA 22973, or to the deputy clerk of the Board of Supervisors via email at [email protected]

Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Oct. 24. 

Applicants will be contacted to schedule interviews for Nov. 3, and the Board of Supervisors will decide in its closed session on Nov. 14, with an announcement following in the open public meeting following at 6:30 p.m.

A request has been submitted to the Greene County Circuit Court to hold the special election in concert with the Nov. 5, 2024, general election.