Charlottesville has approved the first Dockless Scooter and Bicycle Policy Pilot Program permit to Lime.
Albemarle County and the city of Charlottesville are making plans for a new Court Complex and parking structure in Downtown Charlottesville.
Charlottesville city councilors approved a grant for police ballistic vests, gave the OK to new parking regulations for the Belmont neighborhood, and appointed an interim clerk of council at their meeting Monday.
City Councilors are taking the first step in changing an ongoing issue with parking in Charlottesville's Belmont neighborhood.
The problems with parking in Belmont will be on the agenda for the Charlottesville City Council's meeting Monday. The Council will decide whether or not to designate the Belmont area as a parking zone, which would allow people living there to apply for future residential permit parking.
Starting October 1, the Water Street parking garage in downtown Charlottesville will operate the same as the Market Street Garage.
After a two year dispute, a settlement has been reached over the Water Street Parking Garage in downtown Charlottesville.
A deteriorating bridge in Charlottesville is going to get some much-needed updates.
City Councilors took up topics pertaining to parking at public housing sites and the process of obtaining a permit for blasting at its meeting on Monday, July 2.
People living in Charlottesville's Belmont neighborhood say they are worried about a proposed mixed-use apartment complex causing potential traffic headaches.
Preliminary work to replace the Belmont Bridge started Saturday. Although construction isn't set to start until 2020, geotechnical drilling work will be ongoing around the bridge for most of this month.
A resolution over Charlottesville’s Water Street Parking Garage could be approaching as discussions continue to heat up.
Charlottesville planners met with people who live in the East High Street area to discuss concerns about plans to turn a current service station and adjacent property into a multi-story complex.
Charlottesville announces that the "first hour free" visitor parking in the Market Street Garage will remain intact with a $2 per hour rate thereafter (pricing consistent with the Water St. garage).
Charlottesville officials are discussing the next steps for solving parking issues, now the meters - and that the revenue they were going to generate - are gone.
Parking meters will soon be gone from the streets of Charlottesville. However, questions remain about the cost of the program and the price of getting rid of it.
The parking meters in downtown Charlottesville will soon be removed after City Council voted in favor of continuing the suspension of the meter pilot program for one year.
Following a vote by the City Council, Charlottesville announced that the on-street parking meter pilot program will be suspended indefinitely pending re-evaluation.
Some good news for drivers and people who work in downtown Charlottesville, you don't have to pay at meters anymore.
Charlottesville will restart its parking meter pilot program on Tuesday, Jan. 2. The program had been temporarily suspended from Nov. 17 through the holidays.
More than 500 people so far have signed an online petition demanding the city of Charlottesville remove the parking meters near the Downtown Mall.
A new petition is calling on Charlottesville to get rid of its downtown parking meters.
Charlottesville City Council will be providing the Dewberry Hotel 75 parking spaces once the project completed. Councilors made their decision during their meeting Monday.
Charlottesville City Council hosted a public hearing Monday night about the city leasing parking spaces for an unfinished hotel.
Charlottesville's parking meter program earned roughly $18,000 during its first month. However, the program is getting mixed reviews from businesses and workers around the Downtown Mall.
Over 100 parking spaces around downtown Charlottesville will very soon come with a price. Starting Tuesday, Sept. 5, pay stations begin changing $1.80 per hour.
Residents in Charlottesville need to let city officials know how you feel about more parking meters in the Downtown Mall area by August, July 4.
Dozens gathered at CitySpace to voice their opinions and learn about Charlottesville’s pilot parking program that will begin in a little over a month.
Charlottesville City Council is putting a pilot program in place that will add parking meters around the Downtown Mall.
Developers with the East Jefferson Place Project are hoping to create additional residential spaces for the Downtown area in Charlottesville.
This week, Charlottesville City Council will discuss a pilot program to install parking meters around the Downtown Mall. That pilot program could start as early as Sept. 1.
Mark Brown will move forward with his second lawsuit against Charlottesville.
City Hall is tallying up the costs connected to lawsuits with Charlottesville Parking Center. The city says it has spent $117,584.76 in fees for outside legal counsel.
Mark Brown, the owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center, is suing city assessor Jeff Davis in the ongoing battle over the Water Street Parking Garage.
Charlottesville intends to hire a new company to manage the Market Street Parking Garage.
The group that manages Charlottesville's Water Street Parking Garage says the city left it out of talks to strike a deal with the developer of the Landmark Hotel.
The ongoing legal battle between the Charlottesville Parking Center and the city is back in front of a judge.
Charlottesville is accepting bids from companies who want to manage the East Market Street Parking Garage.
The City of Charlottesville has a plan to tackle problem parking downtown, and it includes buying up land along Market Street.
Monday, CPC Manager Dave Norris sent a letter to Charlottesville City Manager Maurice Jones and Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville Chairman George Benford.
The Charlottesville Parking Center (CPC) says a new letter proves it has the right to raise rates at the Water Street Parking Garage in Downtown Charlottesville.
The Charlottesville Parking Center is rejecting City Hall's offer of $2.8 million for its stake in the Water Street Parking Garage. It says a settlement amount would be at least $8.9 million.
Charlottesville is not accepting a proposed settlement over the Water Street Parking Garage. The city says eminent domain is still an option.
City leaders met behind closed doors Tuesday to discuss the Water Street Parking Garage. Councilors are expected to announce a decision Wednesday afternoon.
A new settlement offer could bring about an end to all the drama surrounding the Water Street Parking Garage in downtown Charlottesville.
A group representing businesses in Charlottesville is asking City Hall and the people running the Water Street Parking Garage to quickly find common ground.
Charlottesville City Council approved a measure to set up a new parking department to making parking downtown more efficient.
Charlottesville City Council is looking to spend half-a-million dollars to set up a new parking department.
A parking garage in Charlottesville is the focus of some high drama.
The city of Charlottesville warns it will use eminent domain to take over the Water Street Parking Garage if needed.
The Charlottesville Parking Center asked a judge to appoint a third party to control operations while it and the city work their way through legal issues.
Thursday night, business owners, property owners, and customers met at the Violet Crown to discuss the parking situation in downtown Charlottesville.
The Water Street Parking Garage will not close Friday, despite ongoing negotiations between the city and Charlottesville Parking Center regarding control of numerous parking spaces.
The Water Street Parking Garage could be just days away from closing indefinitely. Negotiations haven't made any progress on a solution, and the garage could close on Friday.
The president of the Charlottesville Parking Center is urging the city to sell spots in the Water Street Parking Garage to settle a dispute.
Charlottesville's Downtown Business Association is concerned about negotiations over parking, saying the battle between the city and a garage owner could take a toll on retailers and the city's economy.
Charlottesville City Council voted 4 to 1 in favor of a proposal to add over 100 parking meters on streets around the Downtown Mall.
The days of free street parking in parts of downtown Charlottesville may be coming to an end. Councilors are expected to vote on adding parking meters to several streets.
If Charlottesville City Council passes a resolution at its meeting Monday night, over 100 parking meters could be added to the downtown area.
The owner of the water street parking garage in downtown Charlottesville is suing the city because he says he is not getting fair market value for shared spaces in the deck.
Charlottesville City Council is in the middle of negotiations with an owner of Water Street Parking Garage for more parking downtown.
People trying to park in downtown Charlottesville could see some big changes, specifically metered spaces in currently free spots.
Charlottesville's Office of Economic Development is trying to make some improvements to parking in the city, and is now asking for input from the public
Council will decide at its next meeting whether to move forward with a new parking management study for downtown Charlottesville.
Charlottesville city council approved a study on developing a parking management strategy in order to better understand the needs of visitors and workers downtown.