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    Charlottesville City Council Extends Emergency Ordinance to Control Spread of COVID-19

    Local COVID-19 regulations related to in-person gatherings, face coverings, and occupancy limits extended to help control the spread of COVID-19 Read on...
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    City files opening brief with Supreme Court of Virginia

    Case relates to the statues of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson located in City parks in Downtown Charlottesville Read on...
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    Reminder that Unemployment Compensation is Taxable

    Did your receive unemployment this year? Have the right tax withheld for 2020. Read on...
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    Register for E-Waste Collection - Spots are Limited!

    The Rivanna Solid Waste Authority is holding an electronic waste collection day on Saturday, October 10. ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Read on...
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    City Hall lobby remains open by appointment on modified schedule

    City Hall lobby remains open Monday-Thursday on a limited basis by appointment only for in-person transactions with Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office and City Treasurer’s Office; City Hall lobby is closed on Fridays. Read on...
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    Community Attention Foster Families (CAFF) is recruiting new foster parents

    Fostering local children is an ongoing and urgent need. As of January 1, 2020, there were 218 children in foster care in Albemarle County, Charlottesville, and Greene County. Read on...
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    In-person, early voting will begin in Charlottesville for the November 3, 2020 General and Special Elections on Friday, September 18. Read on...
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    REVISED SCHEDULE - City Council Seeks Public Input on Strategic Plan

    City Council to hold three work sessions in September-October to develop updated Strategic Plan Read on...
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    The Charlottesville Gas Energy Efficiency Program Helps Residents Save Money and Prepare for Winter

    Taking part in the Charlottesville Gas Energy Efficiency Program is a great opportunity for residents to prepare their homes for winter, and to save money by lowering their utility bills with energy efficiency improvements. Read on...
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    Special event cessation remains in effect; Most gatherings of fifty or more individuals prohibited

    The City of Charlottesville has supported the community’s right to peaceably assemble, however obstructing city streets and using parks without the proper permits will no longer be allowed Read on...
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    Boards & Commissions - Applications OPEN

    Want to get involved in your city? Apply to be on a board or commission! Read on...
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    Observing the third anniversary of August 12 as COVID-19 continues to threaten Charlottesville

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