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About Information Technology
The Information Technology Department is responsible for the management and operation of the information technologies used by City departments. The Department provides the following services:
- Application Services (software programming and support)
- Network Services (data center, networks, telecommunications, and end-user support)
- Geographic Information System (GIS) Services (including mapping and an online mapping application).
- Administrative Services (including oversight of the City’s cable television franchises)
City's Technology Strategic Plan
The City creates an information technology strategic plan every three years. Click here to see the current plan.
Digital Cities Award Winner
The Center for Digital Government's Digital Cities Survey recognizes cities for their strategic and effective use of information technologies to serve their citizens and perform local government operations. Since 2004, the City of Lynchburg has been ranked in the Top-10 nationally for cities in its population group. In 2017, Lynchburg was ranked first in the nation!
Contact Information Technology at (434) 455-6040
The information provided is intended only as a general overview. Please contact the Citizens First center at 856-CITY or online with any specific questions or concerns.