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    Early In-Person Voting Available Now for the November 3 Election

    Find details on early voting, absentee voting, the City's ballot box, and more. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Central Information

    Learn about Phase Three Reopening; cases in the City and Health District; and an archive of the Daily Update Newsletter. Read on...
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    Help for Rent, Mortgage, Utilities & Food

    Learn about programs to help residents with rent, mortgage, utilities, and more. Read on...
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    Mask and Face Covering Requirements and Complaints

    Learn about Governor Northam's requirements for masks and face coverings and how to file a complaint with the Virginia Department of Health. Read on...
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    City Services Available Online

    Find a list of services and how to complete or request them online or by phone. Read on...
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    City Government Cancellations and Schedules

    Find out what is cancelled and on as scheduled for the City government. Read on...
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    Phase Three of the Reopening Plan

    The City and Northern Virginia are in Phase Three of Governor Northam's Forward Virginia reopening plan. Read on...
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    How to Help

    Volunteer and donation opportunities in the City. Read on...
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    Your Health

    Learn about the new COVID-19 symptoms,, tips for staying healthy, local testing locations, what to do if you are sick, how to take care of a loved one who is sick, and more. Read on...
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  1. Celebrate Halloween Safely

    The CDC recommends a number of ways to have a safe Halloween -- and what to avoid. The City offers a few socially distant events to celebrate the holiday. Read on...
  2. Blue Vehicle Decal Still Valid for 2020-2021

    The current blue City vehicle decal will be used again in 2021. No new decal will be included in the 2020 Personal Property Tax bill. The decals should remain on your windshield or risk getting a ticket. Read on...
  3. Actively Standing Against Discrimination and Racism

    Read the statements from the City Council, City Manager, Police Chief, Sheriff, Library Director, and Library Board on racism and the murder of George Floyd. Read on...
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