We are the trusted source of in-depth information on key quality of life issues before local government in the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. Charlottesville Tomorrow’s award-winning journalism is widely distributed to the public through partnerships with our daily newspaper (print & online editions), on this website, in email alerts and in local election voter guides.
In 2012, Charlottesville Tomorrow became the first online member of the Virginia Press Association and an inaugural member of the Local Independent Online News (LION) publishers association. In 2014, we joined the Institute for Nonprofit News (formerly the Investigative News Network).
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Informed Citizens Create Better Communities
Our mission is to inform and engage the public by providing clear, non-partisan information and research on land use, transportation, community design and public education issues with the confidence an informed public will make decisions that will protect and build upon the distinctive character of the Charlottesville-Albemarle area.
Charlottesville Tomorrow’s work is guided by the following core values:
- Our information and approach is non-partisan and objective
- We respect the unique character of the Charlottesville-Albemarle community and recognize that it shapes our quality of life today and tomorrow
- We trust an engaged citizenry to make informed decisions that will benefit the community as a whole
- We believe the democratic process works best in an atmosphere of open government and transparency
- We value and work to foster cooperation and mutual understanding between Charlottesville, Albemarle, and the University of Virginia
Charlottesville Tomorrow is the trusted source of in-depth information on key quality of life issues before local government in the City of Charlottesville and the County of Albemarle. Charlottesville Tomorrow’s information is widely distributed to the public through a partnership with the daily newspaper, our website, in email newsletters, and in local election voter guides.
- information sharing to build community knowledge
- research on quality of life issues
- community engagement—ensuring the public knows when and how to get involved in community decisions
- non-partisan local election coverage
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Charlottesville Tomorrow is a non-profit organization completely supported by private donations. Every donation is used wisely to support our mission to inform and engage the public by providing clear, non-partisan information and research on a variety of topics.