Charlottesville Tomorrow

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Charlottesville Tomorrow
Type Non Stock Corporation
501(c)(3) Non Profit
Founded June 16, 2005
Headquarters Charlottesville
No. of locations 1
Area served Charlottesville, VA
Albemarle County
Key people Giles Morris
(Executive Director)
Anne Russell Gregory
(Development Associate)
Josh Mandell
(Education and Business Reporter)
Dan Hennicke
(Community Engagement & Mktg)
Industry Information Services
Employees 4 full-time
2 part-time

Coordinates:Erioll world.svg.png 38°01′48″N 78°28′42″W / 38.030093°N 78.478453°W / 38.030093; -78.478453 Mission

Formed in 2005, Charlottesville Tomorrow's mission is to inform and engage the public by providing clear, non-partisan information and research on land use, transportation, community design and public education issues with the confidence an informed public will make decisions that will protect and build upon the distinctive character of the Charlottesville-Albemarle area.


Charlottesville Tomorrow’s work is guided by the following core values:

  1. Our information and approach is non-partisan and objective
  2. We respect the unique character of the Charlottesville-Albemarle community and recognize that it shapes our quality of life today and tomorrow
  3. We trust an engaged citizenry to make informed decisions that will benefit the community as a whole
  4. We believe the democratic process works best in an atmosphere of open government and transparency
  5. We value and work to foster cooperation and mutual understanding between Charlottesville, Albemarle, and the University of Virginia


Charlottesville Tomorrow is a source of in-depth information on key quality of life issues before local government in the City of Charlottesville and the County of Albemarle. Charlottesville Tomorrow’s information is distributed to the public through its website, in email alerts, in printed local election voter guides, on weekly radio programs, and in local print media.

Activities include:

  • information sharing to build community knowledge
  • research on quality-of-life issues
  • community engagement—ensuring the public knows when and how to get involved in community decisions
  • non-partisan local election coverage

Partnership with the Daily Progress

In August 2009 the Daily Progress began publishing stories written by Charlottesville Tomorrow, contributed at no cost.[1].


  • Executive Director: Giles Morris
  • Senior Reporter: Sean Tubbs
  • Education & Business Reporter: Josh Mandell
  • Community Engagement & Marketing: Dan Hennicke
  • Development Associate: Anne Russell Gregory

Board of Directors

Current board of directors[2]

Past Members of Charlottesville Tomorrow's Board of Directors


Visit this website for a complete list of recent donors

Charlottesville Tomorrow is completely supported by private donations. All gifts are welcome and appreciated and every dollar is used wisely to support our mission to inform and engage the public by providing clear, non-partisan information and research on land use, transportation, and community design issues.

Charlottesville Tomorrow is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

You can make an online donation or mail a gift to:

P.O. Box 1591, Charlottesville, VA 22902

External Links

Charlottesville Tomorrow's twitter feed (not written by cvillepedia contributors):

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    1. Partners: Progress hooks up with growth-watchers, Lisa Provence, The Hook, August 30 2009
    2. Web. Board of Directors, Charlottesville Tomorrow, retrieved 26 June 2014.