- February 17 – Rosanna Bencoach introduced to City Council as the new City Registrar 
- May 18 – Harris Farm, a late 18th century farm with a 19th century structure in Albemarle County, is listed National Register of Historic Places 
- May 19 – Blue Ridge Swim Club listed on the National Register 
- June 15 – First game of the Charlottesville Tom Sox against New Market 
- September 8 – Charlottesville City Council adopts Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan 
- November 16 – Planning and Coordination Council briefed by Charlottesville Economic Development director Chris Engel on the city's Growing Opportunities self-sufficiency program Report
- December 21 – City Council passes the Alcohol Beverage Production Zoning Amendment. Areas of the city previously zoned for microbreweries use were re-classified under the new title of "Micro-producer" with the added requirement of generating on-site retail sales.
- September 3 – Jason Lee “Jay” Shifflett was murdered in the early morning hours during a home invasion robbery at his residence in the 1500 block of Carlton Avenue.
- September 18 – Renowned University of Virginia neurosurgeon Dr. John A. Jane Sr. died in Charlottesville at the age of 83.
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- Web. 002-0878 Harris Farm, Virginia Landmarks Register, April 4, 2018, retrieved January 27, 2020.
- Web. 002-5178 Blue Ridge Swim Club, Virginia Landmarks Register, April 14, 2018, retrieved January 18, 2020.
- Web. Tom Sox Hope to Make CHS's Baseball Field Their Home, NBC29, retrieved January 28, 2015.
- Web. Charlottesville City Council Minutes for September 8, 2015, Council Minutes, City of Charlottesville, retrieved October 20, 2019.
- Web. CPD Detectives Continue to Seek Information About Jay Shifflett Murder Case, staff, News Article, Charlottesville Police News, September 3, 2020, retrieved September 7, 2020.