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June 2022

On Tuesday, June 21 at 10:00 a.m., the Downtown Branch of the Lynchburg Public Library, located on the ground floor of City Hall, 900 Church Street, will reopen to the public after being closed because of COVID. Branch library hours will be 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Updates this month include: Changing the game in workforce development, The power of poetry, Free youth sports play day...and more.

Congratulations to the 2022 Citizens Academy graduates who received their graduation certificates at the City Council Meeting on May 24.

An important way for citizens to become engaged in their community is to volunteer to serve on a City Council appointed board or commission. On Tuesday, June 28, Lynchburg City Council will consider appointments to several boards and commissions during a closed session.

All Lynchburg Municipal Offices will be CLOSED Monday, July 4.

Check out all the events from our Parks & Recreation Department providing many ways for residents and visitors to enjoy our beautiful City facilities.

In 2016, Lynchburg City Council amended the Vacant Building Registration Program in order to help prevent areas of the City becoming blighted due to vacant and "derelict" commercial and residential buildings. Every person who owns a building or buildings meeting the criteria as listed in the City Code for vacant, derelict buildings (those that are vacant, regardless of ownership, for a continuous period of 12 months or more, not lawfully connected to electric service from a utility service provider or not lawfully connected to any required water or sewer service from a utility service provi

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