What should the future look like for the roughly 1,300 acres that lie to the west of Interstate 95 in Fredericksburg? That will be the subject of a public charrette planned for October 21-24 in Central Park.
The City of Fredericksburg has received statewide recognition for its environmental stewardship efforts.
A Fredericksburg developer received the approvals needed from City Council on Tuesday to revitalize a historic building near the downtown train station.
Recommendations on how to enhance the City of Fredericksburg’s tourism-attraction efforts were unveiled Tuesday evening during a City Council work session.
Each year the Department of Economic Development and Tourism staff partners with the office of UMW Student Activities & Engagement staff to bring businesses, non-profits and students together for employment, internships and FUN!