Charlottesville City Hall

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Coordinates:Erioll world.svg.png 38°01′49″N 78°28′38″E / 38.030287°N -78.477252°W / 38.030287; --78.477252 The Charlottesville City Hall is located on the east end of the downtown mall.

The building houses administrative offices for the City of Charlottesville, and is the location for City Council, Planning Commission, and other public meetings and hearings.

The building was designed by the firm Grigg, Wood and Browne. [1]

Since 1978, the basement has been the home of the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority (CRHA). [2]


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Council chambers

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City Council Chambers is the meeting room in City Hall that the Charlottesville City Council uses for its regular meetings. It is on the south side of the building. In addition to the City Council meetings, many public events are held in Council Chambers.

References

  1. Print: City Report Shows Wide Range in Expansion Costs, Ray McGrath, Daily Progress, Worrell Newspaper group September 4, 1978, Page .
  2. Print: Council Okays Bare Minimum, Ray McGrath, Daily Progress, Worrell Newspaper group September 6, 1978, Page .

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