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Living in Charlottesville
Information on COVID-19 for those living in Charlottesville or looking to visit City offices.
Take a look at some educational resources for the City of Charlottesville.
Get access to useful emergency preparedness information.
Learn how you can become more environmentally friendly in Charlottesville.
Are you in need of food? Times are tough right now, but help is just around the corner at no cost to you. The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank and its partner food pantries are here for you. All are welcome.
Access the City of Charlottesville real estate records, including assessments, using the City’s online GIS Viewer.
The City collects loose leaves at the curbside for residents up to three times per season.
Pay your bills online.
Rebates & Incentives
Snow & Winter Weather Information
City crews will be on the roads before, during and after snowfall. While crews work, your patience is appreciated.
The Charlottesville Department of Utilities provides the Charlottesville community with drinking water that exceeds safety standards, efficient wastewater services, and safe and reliable natural gas, that are all delivered at a reasonable cost in an environmentally responsible manner. Working in conjunction with the Utility Billing Office, these services are supported by a dedicated staff who are committed to excellence in service to the community.
Information on registering to vote and polling locations.
Waste Services (Recycling, Trash, etc)
Information from Public Works regarding the City's free bi-weekly recycling program and trash collection.