1. Juneteenth Fxbg (2)

    Juneteenth

    This day commemorates the end of U.S. slavery, as Juneteenth (June 19, 1865). The City’s administrative offices will be closed on Friday, June 18th. City Council has issued a proclamation recognizing the holiday. Find out about area events and more... Read on...
  2. Serve on a Board or Commission

    Now Seeking Citizens Who Wish to Serve

    Are you a city resident? Passionate about your community? Serving on a board or commission can be an excellent way to shape government initiatives in your community. The City is currently seeking applicants for the following boards and commissions... Read on...
  3. City Managers Report

    City Manager's Report

    The City Manager provides an update twice a month to Council and citizens on important topics and events. Read on...
  4. No Wipes in the Pipes (2)

    No Wipes in the Pipes!

    Public Works reminds everyone that they should not flush wipes, rags, paper towels, or other products down the toilet - only toilet paper! Utility staff has responded to several sewer clogs caused by wipes and rags within the City’s public sewer system. Read on...
  5. Utility Bills Newsflash

    CARES Utility Relief Funds for Water and Wastewater Service

    City water and sewer customers may have an opportunity for funding from the CARES Act. Customers must be affected by the global pandemic and have accounts in arrears greater than 30 days to be eligible for this opportunity. Read on...
  6. Energy Share newsflash Copy

    Fredericksburg Social Services is offering assistance for city residents’ electric or gas bills

    Energy Share, provided by Dominion Energy, is a program designed to assist City residents who may be at least one month behind in their electric or gas bill. Residents must be living in 22401 and the bill must be in their name. Contact Fredericksburg DSS Read on...
  7. City Hall newsflash

    Face masks required in City buildings regardless of vaccination status

    City Council in-person meetings resume, but with continued remote access for participants and viewers. City will continue to require all City employees and visitors to wear face coverings while in City buildings, regardless of vaccination status. Read on...
  8. May 2021 City Views Cover

    Fredericksburg City Views - Creative Maker District, May 2021

    Welcome to "City Views," a new video blog by the Fredericksburg Community Planning and Building Department. Join us for this episode in which Chuck Johnston, Director, and Mike Craig, Senior Planner, discuss the Creative Maker District. Read on...
  9. Fireworks newsflash

    FredNats Fireworks Schedule Announced

    The Fredericksburg Nationals Baseball Team will be displaying fireworks at the FredNats ballpark at the conclusion of their home games: May 14, May 21, June 4, June 18, July 2, July 4, July 9, July 30, August 13, August 27, and September 17. Read on...
  10. Reminder about Event Permits Copy

    Planning an Event or Gathering?

    Warmer weather is here. Are you planning to use one of the City’s parks or public spaces for an event or gathering? Remember to file for a permit. Get information, download permit forms and learn more Additional Info...
  11. FXBG

    City Adopts ‘Good Neighbor Ordinance’

    On Tuesday, May 11 City Council took the final vote on what is being called the “Good Neighbor Ordinance.” The ordinance will take effect June 15. Read for more information. Read on...
  12. FXBG

    Fredericksburg Police Department Update on PERF Recommendations

    Fredericksburg Police Chief Layton provided a final report on the demonstrations of May 31, 2020 - June 2, 2020 to City Council at last night's meeting. Read the report and watch the video here. Read on...
  13. Meeting-Railroad-Ave-newsflash

    CSX Community Update

    The City of Fredericksburg again met with CSX representatives and Mayfield Civic Association representatives on March 19, 2021. The City asked that CSX offer a written update to the community monthly moving forward, and the May 2021 update is available Read on...
  14. Clean and Green news (1)

    Clean and Green Commission Sustainability Award

    The City's Clean & Green Commission will begin to recognize City businesses that commit to adopting environmentally sustainable practices in their operations. The Commission’s Sustainability Award will be issued annually to businesses meeting the criteria Read the press release here...
  15. Budget Recommended FY22 Newsflash Copy

    City Manager's Recommended Budget for FY 2022

    The FY 2022 Recommended Operating and Capital Budget is available for review. Additional budget information/presentations from work sessions is included. The second reading on budget items will be held May 11 at 3 pm Read on...
  16. Jackson-Transit-Director

    City Transportation responsibilities shift to Ms. Jamie Jackson

    City Manager announced today that FRED Transit Director Jamie Jackson will assume additional leadership responsibilities for transportation issues previously held by the City’s Transportation Administrator. Read on...
  17. Council Priorities Newsflash

    Phase Two Final Report of Progress and Action on Priorities

    The update video and final report which Council received at their December 2020 Special Budget and Financial Work Session is available for reviewing. Read on...
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