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    Special event cessation remains in effect; Most gatherings of fifty or more individuals prohibited

    Event and gathering restrictions remain in place as COVID-19 continues to threaten the health and safety of Charlottesville Read on...
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    Charlottesville Department of Utilities Offers New $200 Attic Insulation Rebate

    Upgrading the insulation in a home’s attic is one of the most cost effective ways for residents to increase comfort, improve their home’s energy efficiency, and lower heating and cooling bills. Read on...
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    City Council Calls for Honorary Street Naming Proposals

    Requests for Honorary Street Name Designations to be Accepted Until Aug. 31 Read on...
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    City of Charlottesville Announces Efforts to Support Commercial Corridors

    These efforts are intended to help build consumer confidence and attract customers back to the City’s key commercial districts. Read on...
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    City Accepting Applications for Charlottesville Housing Affordability Program (CHAP)

    Qualified homeowners are encouraged to use a new online form to apply for CHAP now through September 1, 2020. Read on...
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    Access Arts Charlottesville/Albemarle Seeks Submissions for Online Literary Magazine

    Access Arts Charlottesville/Albemarle is pleased to accept original, previously unpublished poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction pieces for our inaugural Online Literary Publication. Read on...
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    City of Charlottesville Closing its Cooling Centers

    Due to the cooler weather approaching the area, the City will be closing Key Recreation Center and Tonsler Recreation Center as cooling centers beginning Monday, August 3. Read on...
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    Charlottesville City Council Approves Emergency Ordinance to Control Spread of COVID-19

    Additional regulations related to in-person gatherings, face coverings, and occupancy limits approved to control the spread of COVID-19 Read on...
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    A Statement from Joseph Platania, Charlottesville Commonwealth’s Attorney

    Recently passed Virginia Senate Bill 971 delays the provisions related to the prohibition of skill games until July 1, 2021. In light of that recently passed legislation... Read on...
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