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  1. Climate Surveys

    Reminder - Climate Surveys Still Open, through May 20th!

    There's still time to inform the City's two climate planning processes that are underway! Two climate plans - Two surveys - Open through May 20th! Read on...
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    Surveys Open for Climate Action Planning

    Surveys to inform climate action planning - both greenhouse gas reductions and climate vulnerability - are open for community input until Friday, May 20, 2022. Read on...
  3. Cover Page of the Fiscal Year 2021 Energy and Water Performance Report

    City of Charlottesville Publishes Annual Energy and Water Performance Report

    The City of Charlottesville realized reduced utility usage and spending during fiscal year 2021 primarily due to severely reduced building occupancy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  4. 2022 Fix a Leak Event Announcement

    Celebrate Finding and Fixing Water Leaks This Spring!

    Celebrate finding and fixing water leaks all Spring with Fix a Leak Events! Read on...
  5. Recycling schedule

    2022 Recycling Schedule - Available Online

    The 2022 Recycling Calendar and Schedule Map are available on the City's website. Printed copies of this schedule are unable to be mailed out as they have been in recent years. Residents are encouraged to download it from the website or contact Public ... Read on...
  6. Promotional Image Announcing that &#34Leaf Season is Here&#34

    Leaf Collection Scheduled to Resume Monday, February 14th

    Loose leaves will be collected at the curbside (no bags). Residents may also continue to use a separate leaf drop-off location. Read on...
  7. Image of Text &#34Call for Volunteers&#34

    Call for Volunteers: Urban Heat Island Mapping Campaign

    Calling for Community Volunteers - Help Charlottesville collect data on urban heat as part of the 2021 NIHHIS-CAPA Urban Heat Island Mapping Campaign! This project will support Charlottesville's climate action efforts around extreme heat vulnerabilities. Read on...
  8. Text announcing an &#34Acting on Climate Together&#34 Community Workshop

    Climate Vulnerability Assessment Process Kicking Off

    The City is beginning the process to develop a Climate Vulnerability Assessment, a part of Adaptation Planning. Having prepared information on the climate hazards projected for Charlottesville, community input is needed to identify vulnerabilities. Read on...
  9. Event Promotion Image for Climate Action Together Event on 2022-01-20

    Join us on Jan. 20 for a Climate Action Together Roundtable Discussion

    Climate change, and its associated stress on our community, is upon us. Join the City of Charlottesville, Albemarle County, and the University of Virginia on January 20 for a roundtable discussion with local leaders in key affected community systems. Read on...
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