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    Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Seeks Public Feedback

    Submit your comments by September 30. The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) is independently reviewing the City of Fredericksburg’s response to the mass demonstrations of between May 31 and June 2 in Fredericksburg. The research team visited Read on...
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    Ask the Mayor: Episode 7

    Mayor Greenlaw is joined by Fredericksburg’s Director of Elections and Voter Registrar, Marc Hoffman. In this episode, Mr. Hoffman answers your questions about voting in the November 3rd election. Read on...
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    City Receives Two Public Sculptures

    At their August 25th meeting the Fredericksburg City Council voted to authorize the City Manager to accept two sculptures into the City’s public art inventory. The two donated works are Three Musketeers by Michael Bednar and Re: Aman by Anthony Heinz May. Read on...
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    Ask the Mayor: Episode 6

    In this episode, Mayor Greenlaw is joined by Fredericksburg’s Community Development Planner Susanna Finn to answer questions about completing the census. Plus she highlights some recent events in the city. Census funding determines distribution for funds Read on...
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    2020 Census Takers Have Begun Visiting Fredericksburg Households

    "So far, only 64% percent of Fredericksburg households have responded to the Census,” states Susanna Finn, Fredericksburg’s Community Development Planner. “Completing the census ensures our City will receive the funding we need for valuable community... Read on...
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    City to Advance Work on "Telling Full Story"

    City Council took an important step toward more fully recognizing and representing Fredericksburg’s full history. Council voted to spend $205,000 on an array of projects focused on local African American history. Read on...
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    Fredericksburg Police Release Initial Report on Response to Demonstrations

    As part of its ongoing commitment to transparency and accountability, the Fredericksburg Police Department is releasing a preliminary report of police response to demonstrations that occurred May 31-June 2. The preliminary report will be given to PERF Read on...
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    Fredericksburg Transit Provides Free “RouteShout 2.0” Bus Tracking Mobile App

    Fredericksburg Regional Transit (FRED), has launched a new mobile application to help riders track their buses on their smartphone. The RouteShout 2.0 app can be downloaded on iPhone and Android devices at no cost from the Apple Store or Google Play. Read on...
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    Fredericksburg Police Announce Alignment with ‘8 Can’t Wait’

    Fredericksburg Police, in an effort to continually advance its organization and fulfill its mission of being dedicated to fair and just policing, is proud to announce community outreach events and newly implemented improvements to its policing efforts. Read on...
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    City Council Unanimously Approves Hiring of Third-Party Police Review Consultant

    City Council this week approved the engagement of a third-party consultant to conduct an independent review of the City’s law enforcement practices and recent instances of use of force and arrests during demonstrations between May 31 and June 2. Read on...
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    Fredericksburg City Council takes progressive actions to enhance community

    City Council on Tuesday night took several steps to advance its commitment of always being a welcoming and inclusive city. They held a number of discussions and took several actions, including adopting a resolution urging the Virginia General Assembly Read on...
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    Oath of Office Ceremony Held July 1st

    The event began with the Honorable Gordon F. Willis, Presiding Judge of Fredericksburg Circuit Court, swearing in Mary Katherine Greenlaw, Kerry P. Devine and Matthew J. Kelly... Read on...
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    Virginia's Phase Three Reopening

    On July 1, Virginia entered into Governor Northam's Phase Three plan which included lifting many 50% capacity limitations on restaurants and retail establishments. Proactive steps need to be continued to limit the spread. Read on...
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    Message from the Mayor and City Council

    As the City Manager stated at the June 9 Council meeting, the community will receive a full and transparent accounting of the recent events in the City of Fredericksburg. The Police Department is currently performing a formal and intensive review. Read on...
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    Message from City Manager Timothy Baroody on the Curfew and Events of the Past Week

    I am pleased to announce the end of the nightly curfew in the City of Fredericksburg, effective immediately. After consulting with the Chief of Police, members of City Council, and the Police Department Citizen Advisory Panel, I signed a new... Read on...
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    Fredericksburg City Council Message to our Community

    City Council hereby resolves that: We join the community in condemning acts of violence by law enforcement against black people; We recognize that expression of public concern is the essence of democracy and a caring populace, and continue to support... Read on...
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    City of Fredericksburg Proceeds with Auction Block Relocation

    The City has removed the slave auction block on Friday, June 5th. It's a significant step in living Council’s directive to relocate the historic artifact, and work to tell a more complete history of Fredericksburg and its storied African American history. Read on...
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    Wipes Clog Pipes

    Please only flush toilet paper down pipes, no other wipes, or even paper towels. "Flushable" wipes can still cause problems in sewer systems because they do not disintegrate quick enough. Read on...
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    Riverfront Park Construction

    The construction of the Riverfront Park began in late February 2020. Last November, City Council awarded a contract for construction of the park to Athena Construction of Triangle, Virginia. Read on...
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    Work Zone and Traffic Patterns at Liberty Place Project

    Motorists are advised of work zones and traffic pattern changes in the 600 block of William Street (between Douglas and Winchester Streets) associated with construction of the new Liberty Place development. Read on...
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    City Council 2036 Vision: April Quarterly Priorities Update

    The Mayor and City Council have recently received the April quarterly update on the Council Priorities for FY 2019-2021 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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  1. Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Seeks Public Feedback

    Submit your comments by September 30. The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) is independently reviewing the City of Fredericksburg’s response to the mass demonstrations of between May 31 and June 2 in Fredericksburg. The research team visited Read on...
  2. Ask the Mayor: Episode 7

    Mayor Greenlaw is joined by Fredericksburg’s Director of Elections and Voter Registrar, Marc Hoffman. In this episode, Mr. Hoffman answers your questions about voting in the November 3rd election. Read on...
  3. City Receives Two Public Sculptures

    At their August 25th meeting the Fredericksburg City Council voted to authorize the City Manager to accept two sculptures into the City’s public art inventory. The two donated works are Three Musketeers by Michael Bednar and Re: Aman by Anthony Heinz May. Read on...
  4. Ask the Mayor: Episode 6

    In this episode, Mayor Greenlaw is joined by Fredericksburg’s Community Development Planner Susanna Finn to answer questions about completing the census. Plus she highlights some recent events in the city. Census funding determines distribution for funds Read on...
  5. 2020 Census Takers Have Begun Visiting Fredericksburg Households

    "So far, only 64% percent of Fredericksburg households have responded to the Census,” states Susanna Finn, Fredericksburg’s Community Development Planner. “Completing the census ensures our City will receive the funding we need for valuable community... Read on...
  6. City to Advance Work on "Telling Full Story"

    City Council took an important step toward more fully recognizing and representing Fredericksburg’s full history. Council voted to spend $205,000 on an array of projects focused on local African American history. Read on...
  7. Fredericksburg Police Release Initial Report on Response to Demonstrations

    As part of its ongoing commitment to transparency and accountability, the Fredericksburg Police Department is releasing a preliminary report of police response to demonstrations that occurred May 31-June 2. The preliminary report will be given to PERF Read on...
  8. Fredericksburg Transit Provides Free “RouteShout 2.0” Bus Tracking Mobile App

    Fredericksburg Regional Transit (FRED), has launched a new mobile application to help riders track their buses on their smartphone. The RouteShout 2.0 app can be downloaded on iPhone and Android devices at no cost from the Apple Store or Google Play. Read on...