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    Commissioner of the Revenue Announces Changes to Rental Relief Program for the Elderly

    Due to COVID-19, applicants who qualified for Rental Relief in 2019 can requalify in 2020 without having to go through the customary in-person application process Read on...
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    City Hall lobby to reopen on a limited basis on July 20, 2020 by appointment only

    City Hall lobby to reopen on a limited basis by appointment only for in-person transactions with Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office and City Treasurer’s Office Read on...
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    City receives donation of forested park land

    The Department of Parks and Recreation is happy to announce that an additional area of forested land in the northern area of the City has been donated for public use as park land, allowing the area to remain forested green space into the future. Read on...
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    City Launches Housing RELIEF Fund for City Residents & Landlords Impacted by COVID-19

    The $792,000 fund will provide short-term financial assistance to tenants and landlords in the City of Charlottesville in the form of rent payments Read on...
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    Man arrested on Charlottesville Downtown Mall

    Police Department Shares Body Worn Camera Video Read on...
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    Joint Statement Regarding Charlottesville Fire Department

    A Joint Statement from the City Manager, Charlottesville Fire Department and the Charlottesville Professional Firefighters Association Read on...
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    City of Charlottesville Announces $750,000 in Small Business Relief Grants to Support Local Business

    The grant funds will help small businesses that have endured significant business interruption due to the required closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
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    Charlottesville Parks & Recreation To Remain in Phase 2 Restrictions

    City Manager has determined that to ensure the health and safety of staff and the public as we transition, for now, the City government's facilities and operations will remain in Phase 2 restrictions. Read on...
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