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    Ask the Mayor Episode 17

    Mayor Greenlaw and City Councilor Devine discuss City Council's efforts to increase energy efficiency and lower carbon emissions while providing cost savings to taxpayers. In December 2019, City Council adopted a resolution that committed ... Read on...
  2. Lafayetter-Roundabout-newsflash

    Changing Traffic Patterns at Lafayette Blvd & Blue/Gray Parkway

    Reconstruction of Lafayette Blvd to include a new roundabout to service the Telegraph Hill developments will affect area motorists beginning March 8th for approximately 6 weeks. Please read more and view the construction map. Read on...
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    City Council Passes Resolution on CSX Storage Tankers

    On Tuesday evening Fredericksburg City Council unanimously passed Resolution 21-14 Objecting to Storage of Rail Tanker Cars with Hazardous Materials in the City of Fredericksburg, and Demand CSX Discontinue the Practice Now. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. Public input

    PERF Public Comment Questionnaire

    Please assist us in gathering public comment on the recently published Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Report reviewing police activities during public demonstrations in May and June 2020 by providing feedback and answering our brief questionnaire Read on...
  6. Energy-Performance-Services

    City & Schools Plan for Energy Performance Services Contract

    City Government and City Schools Administration held a meeting with Virginia state officials and private vendors on Thursday, February 4th in advance of issuing a request for proposals to analyze and reduce energy consumption in City buildings. Read on...
  7. New-Wayside-Panels

    New Black History panels help tell Fredericksburg's full story

    Watch "Freehling Finds" to learn about the three new Black History panels the City is installing downtown. In 2020 City Council allocated funding and staff resources to advance our community’s efforts in better representing Fredericksburg’s full history Read on...
  8. Ask-the-Mayor-episode-15

    Black History Month - Ask the Mayor Episode 15

    Mayor Greenlaw and Vice Mayor Frye share news about Black History Month in the city. Here in Fredericksburg, everyone is invited to join in honoring the individuals and events in our own local Black history and our great nation. Watch the video and more Read on...
  9. 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...
  10. 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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    City Values Guide Employees During Covid-19 Pandemic

    The City of Fredericksburg is committed to six core values that guide our employees in the workplace. By living these values we can assure those who count on us daily as public servants that we will always work to achieve the highest standards... Read on...
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  1. Ask the Mayor Episode 17

    Mayor Greenlaw and City Councilor Devine discuss City Council's efforts to increase energy efficiency and lower carbon emissions while providing cost savings to taxpayers. In December 2019, City Council adopted a resolution that committed ... Read on...
  2. Changing Traffic Patterns at Lafayette Blvd & Blue/Gray Parkway

    Reconstruction of Lafayette Blvd to include a new roundabout to service the Telegraph Hill developments will affect area motorists beginning March 8th for approximately 6 weeks. Please read more and view the construction map. Read on...
  3. City Council Passes Resolution on CSX Storage Tankers

    On Tuesday evening Fredericksburg City Council unanimously passed Resolution 21-14 Objecting to Storage of Rail Tanker Cars with Hazardous Materials in the City of Fredericksburg, and Demand CSX Discontinue the Practice Now. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. PERF Public Comment Questionnaire

    Please assist us in gathering public comment on the recently published Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Report reviewing police activities during public demonstrations in May and June 2020 by providing feedback and answering our brief questionnaire Read on...
  6. City & Schools Plan for Energy Performance Services Contract

    City Government and City Schools Administration held a meeting with Virginia state officials and private vendors on Thursday, February 4th in advance of issuing a request for proposals to analyze and reduce energy consumption in City buildings. Read on...
  7. New Black History panels help tell Fredericksburg's full story

    Watch "Freehling Finds" to learn about the three new Black History panels the City is installing downtown. In 2020 City Council allocated funding and staff resources to advance our community’s efforts in better representing Fredericksburg’s full history Read on...
  8. Black History Month - Ask the Mayor Episode 15

    Mayor Greenlaw and Vice Mayor Frye share news about Black History Month in the city. Here in Fredericksburg, everyone is invited to join in honoring the individuals and events in our own local Black history and our great nation. Watch the video and more Read on...