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    Beginning Tuesday, September 19 and continuing through Thursday, September 21, 8:00 p.m. - 6:00 a.m. daily and weather permitting, pavement marking operations will be conducted on Lakeside Drive (from Old Forest Road to Memorial Avenue) and Oakley Avenue (from Lakeside Drive to Memorial Avenue).  

    Motorists should expect minor delays and use caution while traveling through the work zone. No on-street parking will be allowed during construction hours.

    Emergency vehicles will have access at all times.

    Contractors for the City of Lynchburg will begin the demolition and rebuild of the Main Street Bridge in November 2017.  Once demolition begins, there will be no vehicular or pedestrian traffic allowed across the bridge.  

    On Thursday, October 5, at 6:30 p.m., Mayor Joan Foster and Vice Mayor Treney Tweedy will host a public meeting to update the community on the work being done by the Poverty to Progress work groups.  The event will take place at E. C. Glass High School, 2111 Memorial Avenue, in the auditorium. Complimentary childcare will be provided.  This meeting was originally scheduled for September 14.  

    For information, visit www.lynchburgva.gov/povertytoprogress or contact John Hughes, IV, Assistant City Manager at (434) 455-3990.

    PUBLIC NOTICE
    CITY OF LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
    (CDBG) AND HOME PROGRAM
    NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD AND
    PUBLIC HEARING ON THE
    PROGRAM YEAR 2016 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL
    PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER)

    Motorists in the downtown area are cautioned to be aware of a private construction project that will impact traffic and will limit some pedestrian access to the Bluffwalk beginning on Monday, September 11 and continuing through Tuesday, September 19.

    On Friday, September 8, the City’s Parking Management Department will begin installation of new pay stations in Downtown Lynchburg.  The new pay stations will replace the existing stations located in the Mid-Town Parking Deck and Lot E (located at Main and Commerce Streets.)  Parking will be free in these parking lots on Friday.  
    What is your opinion of the Lynchburg community? How would you rate refuse collection, snow removal or police services? Residents will find these questions and others on the City’s biennial survey scheduled to begin this month. This is the sixth time that the City has contracted with the National Research Center to conduct the survey.

    September is recognized as National Preparedness Month, and the City of Lynchburg is encouraging business owners and residents to make the preparations necessary in the event of an emergency.


    “We are encouraging everyone to be prepared in advance of a natural disaster, major emergency or accident,” said Mayor Joan Foster.  Advanced planning and preparation can make all the difference when an emergency strikes.”  


    Everyone is strongly encouraged to prepare for emergencies, including hurricanes, by taking these steps:  

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