List of Charlottesville elected officials
This is a list of elected officials serving the city of Charlottesville, Virginia as of January 5, 2020 
- For past members of the Council, see History of people serving on Charlottesville City Council.
- For future election schedules and calendar dates, see City of Charlottesville Ten Year Election Calendar & Schedule
- Ref also to: List of Charlottesville City Appointed Officials
Charlottesville City Councilors
refer also to: Charlottesville City Council (2020-2021)
- Heather Hill (D)
- Sena Magill (D) - Vice-president of the Council (Vice-mayor)
- Michael Payne (D)
- Lloyd Snook (D)
- Nikuyah Walker (I) - President of the Council (Mayor)
Individual members of the Charlottesville City Council serve staggered, four-year terms. The mayor and vice-mayor are chosen by the City Council to serve for two years. City Council meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, 7 pm. Council Chambers, City Hall.
- Jennifer McKeever, Board Chair
- Leah Puryear, Board Vice-Chair
- James Bryant
- Lashundra Bryson Morsberger
- Dr. Sherry Kraft
- Lisa Larson-Torres
- Juandiego R. Wade
The Charlottesville City School Board is made up of seven members elected to at-large seats on November ballets. School board members serve four-year staggered terms that begin the following January. The chairperson and vice-chairperson are elected by the entire board to serve for one year. Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 5 pm – Booker Reaves Media Center, Charlottesville High School (CHS).
Local Elected Constitutional Officers
- Sheriff: James E. Brown, III
- Clerk of the Circuit Court: Llezelle Dugger
- Commissioner of the Revenue: Todd Divers
- Treasurer: Jason Vandever
- Commonwealth’s Attorney: Joseph D. Platania
The Constitution of Virginia sets out the five locally-elected officials commonly referred to as constitutional officers. Constitutional Officers are positions created by the Constitution of Virginia and the duties for each office are prescribed in The Code of Virginia. They perform governmental duties at the local level and the local governing body must fund a portion of each budget. The Virginia Constitution requires that voters in every locality elect a sheriff, a clerk of the circuit court, a commissioner of revenue, and a treasurer.
Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District Directors
The TJSWCD Board is made up of twelve Directors. Ten of those Directors are elected from a non-partisan slate in the general election process (two from each of the five localities in the District).