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Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Data Lab connects you with collaborative community tools which help us all have a better understanding of this special place. Cvillepedia is our community’s version of Wikipedia. Our document library makes it easy to find the raw materials used in local government decisions.

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We come across a lot of documentation in our reporting. You can use the search function or visit our Data Lab to easily find the plans, surveys, and reports we reference in our stories.
October 12, 2015
Thanks to a generous gift from Blue Ridge Bank and the support of our partners The Daily Progress and the League of Women Voters of the Charlottesville Area, we are pleased to share in-depth voter guides with the community for our Nov. 3 local elections. Since 2005, Charlottesville Tomorrow has ...
October 07, 2015
In the next several years, Albemarle County is expected to triple the level of funding for programs to reduce water pollution to comply with federal and state mandates to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay. “There have been quite a few increases in the amount of work that the ...
October 04, 2015
The three candidates hoping to fill the at-large seat on the Albemarle County School Board have opinions about the future of online learning. Reacting to language in “Efficiency and Effectiveness of K-12 Spending,” a recent study conducted by Virginia’s Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission, the School Board hopefuls ...
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We started cvillepedia in 2007 as one place to keep track of all the information we were writing about. It went public in 2009 and now anyone can create or edit these articles on the people, places and events that make the Charlottesville-Albemarle area unique.

We are fortunate to live in a community where our local government is easily accessible. Here you can learn more about each of our elected and appointed officials and how to reach them.
CVille Poll
Charlottesville officials are considering changing rules governing a network of trails at the Ragged Mountain Natural Area.  Previously the natural area was a passive recreational space with prohibitions on cycling, running and walking dogs. City staff held a community engagement ...
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