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N. Hollymead Dr. Intersection Closed Next Week
2/24/2017
Traffic detour in place 9 p.m.-6 a.m. Monday and Tuesday during water main installation

Construction across the intersection of Route 29 and North Hollymead Drive will close the intersection to traffic overnight for two nights next week. During the closure a new water main will be installed across the intersection. Read on...


City of Charlottesville & Albemarle County Join National Program to Reduce Solar Energy Costs
2/16/2017
The City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County have recently teamed up and joined an elite cohort of cities and counties participating in SolSmart, a national program that guides localities in lowering the costs and barriers for the community to go solar and encourages solar energy development. Read on...

Albemarle County Preparing Budget for Fiscal Year 2018
2/14/2017
It's peak budget season in Albemarle County and we're eager to engage with you, our community, on budget priorities. Throughout February, March, and April, there will be many opportunities for you to stay informed and give feedback on the budget review process. All Board meetings will be held at the County Office Building, 401 McIntire Road, in either the Lane Auditorium or in Room 241. Board meetings will also be video-streamed, so you can watch live or at a later time from your computer or mobile device. Visit www.albemarle.org/budget for the most up-to-date information. Read on...

Albemarle County Mails 2017 Reassessment Notices
2/1/2017
Albemarle County is sending 2017 Change of Assessment notices to taxpayers this week reflecting changes in property values resulting from the County's recently completed annual reassessment. Read on...

Albemarle Goes Platinum in Virginia Municipal League’s Green Government Challenge
2/1/2017
Albemarle County has received a platinum level certification in the 2016 Green Government Challenge, which is part of the Virginia Municipal League’s (VML) larger Go Green Virginia environmental initiative that kicked off in late 2007. This is the ninth year that Albemarle County has received a certification from VML’s Green Government Challenge. Read on...