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Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Data Lab connects you with collaborative community tools which help us all have a better understanding of this special place. Cvillepedia is our community’s version of Wikipedia. Our document library makes it easy to find the raw materials used in local government decisions.

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We come across a lot of documentation in our reporting. You can use the search function or visit our Data Lab to easily find the plans, surveys, and reports we reference in our stories.
September 20, 2017
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review had the chance Tuesday to take a first look at plans for the redevelopment of the former Monticello Dairy building on Preston Avenue. “In the rehabilitation work, we can bring this building back so people think about it a little bit differently,” said Lee ...
September 18, 2017
For years, Charlottesville city government has wrestled with policies to help increase the number of homes that are affordable to families who make much less than the annual area median income of $77,800. The housing market is skewed in favor of those with higher incomes, creating what many consider ...
September 18, 2017
The Charlottesville City Council has agreed to spend $12,000 on a historic survey of the Rose Hill neighborhood, the first step in the possible creation of a conservation district for the area. “The funding will provide a comprehensive, reconnaissance-level survey of approximately 180 properties which have never been previously ...
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