Public Notices

Imagine a Day without Water Art Contest

Posted by on Oct 1, 2021 in Community Project, Education Center, Featured, Newsroom, Press Releases, Public Notices, Stewardship, Water

Imagine a Day without Water Art Contest

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OCTOBER  1, 2021 Local Water Organizations Host Annual Imagine a Day without Water Art Contest CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – THE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE (CITY), ALBEMARLE COUNTY SERVICE AUTHORITY (ACSA), AND RIVANNA WATER & SEWER AUTHORITY (RWSA) WILL JOIN FOR THE SEVENTH ANNUAL “IMAGINE A DAY WITHOUT WATER” NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE AND INSPIRE THE COMMUNITY ABOUT THE VALUE OF WATER IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES. Each year, the City, ACSA, and RWSA ask youth to artistically show the community why we must value and save water as part of a national campaign to “Imagine a...

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Ragged Mountain Boat Storage Restrictions

Posted by on Aug 17, 2021 in Featured, Newsroom, Press Releases, Public Notices

Ragged Mountain Boat Storage Restrictions

Ragged Mountain Boat Storage Restrictions   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 16, 2021       All boats currently being stored on site will need to be removed by Friday, September 17.   CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – The City of Charlottesville will begin enforcing the prohibition on storage of private boats at the Ragged Mountain Reservoir in mid-September of 2021. All boats currently being stored on site will need to be removed by Friday, September 17.  After that date, the City will remove boats from the reservoir and take them to Pen Park at 1300 Pen Park Road and store...

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MCINTIRE RECYCLING CENTER COMPOST GIVE-A-WAY

Posted by on Mar 25, 2021 in Compost, Featured, Newsroom, Press Releases, Public Notices, Recycling, Stewardship

MCINTIRE RECYCLING CENTER COMPOST GIVE-A-WAY

Charlottesville, VA—March 25, 2021   In order to say THANK YOU to our customers of the McIntire Recycling Center, and kick off the Spring planting season, RSWA will be giving away 40-pound bags of McGill Soilbuilder Compost free to the first 300 customers on Saturday, April 10, 2021 (8:30am to 5:30pm), while supplies last. McGill is one of our compostable food waste partners, and processes all the food waste collected at McIntire.  This compost material is recycled from a variety of vegetative green waste, untreated wood waste, biosolids, agricultural by-products, and food waste, and is...

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Rivanna is on Facebook!

Posted by on Mar 25, 2021 in Featured, Newsroom, Public Notices

Rivanna is on Facebook!

The Rivanna Authorities is now on Facebook! To stay up-to-date on all the Solid Waste and Water & Sewer events, check us out and follow us at: https://www.facebook.com/RivannaAuthorities      

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Always Secure or Cover your Load!

Posted by on Jan 4, 2021 in Education Center, Featured, Newsroom, Public Notices, Recycling, Stewardship

Always Secure or Cover your Load!

In accordance with Albemarle County Code, Chapter 13-Section 301: It shall be unlawful for any person to transport any refuse upon the streets, roads, or highways in the county in a motor vehicle unless the vehicle is constructed or loaded to prevent any of the load, consisting of the refuse and refuse containers, from dropping, sifting, leaking or otherwise escaping therefrom. A vehicle may be deemed to be constructed or loaded to prevent the load from dropping, sifting, leaking or otherwise escaping if the refuse is transported in one or more secured covered containers within the vehicle...

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2020-2021 Christmas Tree Recycling Program

Posted by on Dec 4, 2020 in Featured, Newsroom, Public Notices, Recycling, Stewardship

2020-2021 Christmas Tree Recycling Program

Albemarle County Parks and Recreation Department’s Annual “Christmas Tree Recycling Program” This County Parks program has been in operation since 1988 and has collected an average of 2300 trees annually that yield over 110 cubic yards of chips. The trees will be chipped into mulch and offered back to the public at no cost. Combining forces with the “Charlottesville Curbside Pick Up” the joint programs collected 4200 trees yielding 200 cubic yards of chips in 2020. Please note this is reducing the impact on our landfill and helping citizens find a place to dispose of a large and cumbersome...

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