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Old Dominion University Announces Reconstruction Plan for S.B. Ballard Stadium
Old Dominion University has announced plans to rebuild and expand S.B. Ballard Stadium to enhance seating and add modern amenities. Additional Info...
Public Hearing Canceled for Proposed Materials Recovery Facility in Bruce’s Park
Select Recycling Waste Services has canceled the public hearing scheduled for Tuesday, April 24th at Slover Library. A new date has not been scheduled. Read on...
Public Hearing for Proposed Materials Recovery Facility in Bruce’s Park
Purpose of the meeting is to acquaint the public with the technical aspects of the facility and how the standards and the requirements of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality will be met Read on...
Governor Northam announces nomination of 212 Opportunity Zones
Commonwealth maximizes new federal tax incentive program, ensures local and regional priorities are represented Read on...
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Click here for the city’s budget toolkit, with links to budget documents, videos, meeting dates, and online, interactive tools.

FY 2019 Budget Calendar

Watch the April 18th budget public hearing at Granby High School.  

We Want Your Feedback:

Users can share their budget priorities online, anytime, using Balancing Act.  This online workshop includes information about city departments and the services they provide, and allows users to see how changes affect the budget.

City Council has planned several work sessions to discuss the FY2019 Proposed Budget. City Council does not accept public comment during any of its work sessions.
During City Council’s formal meeting on May 8, residents may comment only on current agenda items and new business. The council will not accept comment on the budget during that meeting.

The public hearing scheduled for May 10 deals only with real estate reassessments.
As always, residents may express comments or concerns directly to your City Council member, using the contact information found here or by calling 757-664-4268.