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INFORMATION REQUEST

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    The Kemper Street Bridge project is complete and the bridge is expected to reopen on Tuesday, August 30 by mid-day. Motorists should use caution when traveling in the vicinity of the Kemper Street Bridge and be alert to the change in traffic patterns, new roadway signage and new traffic signals. VIEW THE TRAFFIC FLOW MAP
     

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    Beginning the weekends of Friday, August 21st and Friday, August 28th the entrance to the Mid Town Parking Deck off Main Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic for vehicles entering and exiting the top level of the parking deck. Several areas on the top level of the deck will be coned off for surface repair work. Work is expected to begin around 5:00 p.m. on those Fridays and lasting until Monday morning. Access to the lower levels (Levels B – E) may be unavailable due to the repairs.
     

    Dear Citizens,

    City Council and staff need your help in assessing our collective accomplishments during FY 2014 (July 1, 2013 -June 30, 2014). Following is a survey that collapses a few of our major accomplishments into the twelve pillars that support making Lynchburg "a great place to live, work, and play".

     

    NerdWallet, a personal finance website based in San Francisco, recently conducted a study to find the best cities for work-life balance—and Lynchburg made the list at #19!

     

    The City of Lynchburg wants to hear from you, and to make it easier, a brand new online tool, “Lynchburg is Listening,” is being launched.  “Lynchburg is Listening” gives residents the opportunity to be heard through online discussions on projects, informal surveys, and posting of ideas through an easy-to-use interface.  This new application will also help facilitate ideas among members of the community.