- January 13 – A new high school building in Red Hill in Albemarle County is dedicated. 
- January 24 – Charlottesville City Council meet and award a contract to Glamorgan Pipe and Foundry of Lynchburg for pipes for a waterline and a contract to Boggs and Halstead for construction of a new reservoir dam at Mayo's Rock. Council also banned the selling of livestock on Market Street and Seventh Street. 
- June 5 – Alcohol: Thirteen years before national prohibition began, Charlottesville went "dry" when city residents cast their vote and passed a local option law. In Virginia, thirteen towns have voted on local option this year, eleven went "dry". Virginia is among the southern states still considering the alcohol issue.
- ↑ Web. Attractive Exercises - In Connection with Dedication of High School at Red Hill, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, January 14, 1907, retrieved January 14, 2023. Print. January 14, 1907 page 1.
- ↑ Web. Dam and Pipeline Bids are Awarded, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, January 25, 1907, retrieved January 24, 2023. Print. January 25, 1907 page 1.
- ↑ https://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.hnqf43 A treatise on the Virginia prohibition act, by T. B. Benson (1916)