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  1. Your Help Needed

    We Need Your Input

    The Fredericksburg Parks, Recreation and Events Department is conducting a survey to gather community input on our parks and facilities to better serve our residents. Please take the time to take the short survey before October 14th. Read on...
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    Link Multiple Utility Billing Accounts

    On September 14th, the City upgraded our New Utility Billing System Munis Self Service online payment portal. This upgrade provides our customers with the ability to link multiple Utility Billing accounts to your user ID Read on...
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    City Plans Marketing Campaign Ahead of Chatham Bridge Closure

    The City is committing funding and resources for a locally oriented marketing and social media campaign letting people know that downtown Fredericksburg is open for business as usual during the planned Chatham Bridge closure. Read on...
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    City Real Estate Reassessment Work Begins

    Field Work to inspect properties by contractor began in July 2019. The General Property Reassessment, as required by State Law, is scheduled for the City, effective July 1, 2020. The last reassessment in the City of ... Read on...
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    Fredericksburg Parking Garage Has Gone Cashless

    A new pay station and exit gates have been installed as part of the cashless system at the Sophia Street parking garage. Read on...
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    Complete Count Committee for 2020 Census

    The first meeting of the Complete Count Committee is set for Monday September 16 at the Dorothy Hart Community Center from 7-8pm. Any and all residents and stakeholders who represent an important voice in our community and can help spread the word... Read on...
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    City Marks Advent of Full Operations for Advanced Life Support Service

    The Fire Department will host an open house at Fire Station 1 at 601 Princess Anne Street on Tuesday, August 27 at 4:30 p.m. A new medic unit will be on-site for touring and EMS will demonstrate capabilities of the unit’s equipment. A brief ceremony... Read on...
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    Fredericksburg Baseball hits a “fredanthropic” home run

    The baseball team is the City of Fredericksburg’s final Fredanthropist participant. When word of the City of Fredericksburg’s Fredanthropist program began circulating, it caught the eye of two of Fredericksburg Baseball’s principals... Read on...
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    Unsheltered Homelessness Initiative Pilot Meets Year-One Target

    The City of Fredericksburg, Mary Washington Healthcare, and the Fredericksburg Regional Continuum of Care are excited to report that the Unsheltered Homelessness Initiative pilot has met its year-one target of helping unsheltered households into homes. Read on...
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    Telegraph Hill / Fredericksburg Park Information

    The residential development is under construction on the west side of Lafayette Boulevard and between Alum Spring Road and St. Paul Street. Read on...
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    City Council 2036 Vision: Phase Two Priorities

    The Mayor and City Council have recently adopted the updated Council Priorities for FY 2019-2021 as a three-year plan under the categories of the eight desired future states. These Priorities are meant to advance toward Council’s 2036 Vision... Read on...
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    Landfill Fee Increase

    Notice for those who dispose of trash at the Belman Convenience Center & Eskimo Hill Landfill – As of July 1, 2019 the following increases are in effect: Annual passes will increase from $100 to $120; Coupon books will increase from $30 to $40... Read on...
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    Pond D

    To do our part in continuing the clean-up of Chesapeake Bay, the City is planning a series of projects to remove pollutants (specifically nitrogen and phosphorus) and sediment from water ways before they enter the Rappahannock River. Read on...
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    All 12 Fredanthropists now in place

    The City of Fredericksburg needed 12 Fredanthropists to step up to meet the City’s financial needs for the construction of the roller-hockey rink at Dixon Park. Twelve generous corporate and individual sponsors have now done just that. Read on...
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    Braehead Woods Neighborhood Information

    FAQ's and supporting documents from 1963-1988 provided on zoning, permit processing and stormwater drainage. Read on...
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    City Council Moves Forward on Auction Block Preservation, Interpretation

    On June 11, 2019, the City of Fredericksburg Council voted 6-1 in favor of moving the slave auction block from its current location at the corner of William and Charles Streets to the Fredericksburg Area Museum. Read on...
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    Fredericksburg Technology Zone companies meet performance thresholds

    First-year results are positive for Fredericksburg’s three Technology Zone companies operating under a five-year performance agreement with the City. QRC Technologies, IST Research and ILM Corporation have been meeting performance agreements Read on...
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    Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Archaeological Resources in Fredericksburg, VA

    Understanding the value of our buried history with a new interactive story map. It is a resource for those seeking to understand the value of our buried history and the City’s plan to protect these finite historic resources. Read on...
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    Fredericksburg City Council Sets Highly Competitive Tax Rate for Data Centers

    The City of Fredericksburg’s pursuit of data centers took a significant step forward Tuesday night when its City Council voted unanimously to set a highly competitive tax rate for that business category. Read on...
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    City Saves $1.8 Million by Reducing Energy Use in Buildings

    The City saved $1,802,805 dollars and 25,590,190 lbs less greenhouse gases by reducing electricity and fossil fuel consumption in city buildings. Read on...
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