The City of Fredericksburg is looking for qualified and experienced architectural firms to provide design and construction drawings for a new Visitor Center downtown.
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On Thursday, November 10th, the one-way sections of Washington Avenue, Fall Hill Avenue and Maury Street, north of the canal and adjacent to the old hospital, will be converted to two-way traffic flow.
The City intends to borrow roughly $75 million to fund a new middle school, storm water and sanitary sewer infrastructure upgrades, and to advance work on a new fire station.
Fredericksburg Regional Transit (FXBGO!) is creating its inaugural Transit Strategic Plan to improve transit services. The public is asked to join the process to ensure that transit best serves the needs of riders, businesses, and all those who live, work, and “do life” in the Fredericksburg region.
The 2021 economic impact of Fredericksburg Tourism was $131.5 million.
A major renovation to the Fredericksburg Expo Center is one step closer thanks to unanimous action by Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday evening.
Three new public-art sculptures are up in Fredericksburg as part of the City’s Public Sculpture Project.
A truckload of newly designed Fredericksburg Visitor Guides arrived at the Fredericksburg Visitor Center this week.
Plans for a major change to the traffic pattern on the one-way streets near James Monroe High School are nearing completion, with the construction project expected to be completed this fall.
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday approved the sale of the Visitor Center property, which will lead to the City opening a dynamic new Visitor Center at 601 Caroline Street (Executive Plaza).
The City of Fredericksburg and Washington Heritage Museums have agreed to a Letter of Intent that is expected to culminate in the nonprofit taking over ownership and maintenance of the Mary Washington Monument and Caretaker’s Lodge property at 1500 Washington Avenue.
The City of Fredericksburg and Washington Heritage Museums are discussing a potential partnership regarding the Mary Washington Lodge and Monument property at 1500 Washington Avenue.