Search: Neighborhood Development Services
March 04, 2018
As Charlottesville’s City Council prepares to review and revise a proposed $179.3 million operating budget for the coming fiscal year, one item before councilors will be $100,000 to help the city’s planning and building department with its workload. If adopted by the council, the funding could ...
September 15, 2015
Charlottesville’s Department of Neighborhood Services has spent much of the last two years working on a series of transportation-related planning initiatives. And as the plans are finalized, the city is lining up funding for implementation. State transportation grants are expected to help fund intersection improvements, new sidewalks and safer ...
August 11, 2015
Two issues awaiting Charlottesville’s new planning director are the future of the Belmont Bridge and potential mismatches between city zoning and citizen expectations for future building heights downtown. Last week, Alexander Ikefuna was named director of the city’s department of neighborhood development services. He replaces Jim Tolbert, who ...
June 27, 2015
Six candidates who hope to become Charlottesville’s next director of neighborhood development services came to town late last week to explain why they are qualified to take on the task. “They were asked to address numerous topics, including the future of zoning in Charlottesville, how they would continue our ...
April 13, 2015
Charlottesville is looking for a “dynamic leader” to serve as the city’s next director of the neighborhood development services department. “We need an innovative person with an extensive background in planning, who embraces civic engagement and can help build consensus around critical issues and projects,” said City Manager Maurice ...