Information for City of Manassas Candidates
- Council Meetings
Regular meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers. [City Council Calendar]
- Media Center
View videos from previous meetings, or review the upcoming agendas and agenda packets published on the City website.
[City Council Media Center]
- A copy of the 2020 Citizen Satisfaction Survey
- Voter Information can be found at www.manassascity.org/vote
- To find a printable map of voting districts, visit www.manassascity.org/votemap
2020 Information Update:
A question has been asked about using City parks. There is no constraint on candidates and campaigns using City parks, including picnic pavilions and/or the Harris Pavilion, for a campaign event. Park facilities are available to anyone on a first come, first serve basis or specific facilities may be reserved once the appropriate fees have been paid. Individuals or campaigns can reserve a facility on the City’s website. Individuals or campaigns using a park facility are required to follow all rules and regulations associated with the use or rental of the facility including the Commonwealth of Virginia’s guidelines as they relate to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Individuals or campaigns may not post any unattended signage or banners before or after the event.
- Monthly Community Newsletter
The City Connection Newsletter is distributed to our citizens monthly with their utilities bill.
- City Press Releases
After press releases are sent out to the news media, they are published to our City website.
[City Press Releases]. Citizens may choose to receive a notification when press releases are sent out by signing up through our Notify Me feature.
- Informational and Legal Documents
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
City Charter and Municipal Code
- Citizen Satisfaction Survey (latest: 2018)
- 2020 Legislative Priorities
General Terms & Definitions
Code of Conduct
- Budget and CIP
Look over the City's Budget Document & CIP and Major Capital Projects.
- Campaign Sign Information
This is the guide to campaign sign placement.
- Over-Occupancy Fact Sheet