The City of Charlottesville, Albemarle County Service Authority, and Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority held an art contest open to all Charlottesville City and Albemarle County students in Grades 1st - 8th.
Students were asked to tell us why EVERY DROP COUNTS as part of a national campaign to bring attention to the value of water.
VOTE for your favorite art poster below. The art poster with the most votes wins!
Oh, and don't forget to share with your friends! #ValueWater
Fan Favorite Voting Closes: Tuesday, November 14th, 11:59 pm ET.
Note: You may only vote ONCE, so please look through all 60 entries before voting. You will need to log-in with your Facebook account to vote; this is to ensure only one vote per person.
Winners will be Announced: Friday, November 17th
We had over 630 entries to the Imagine a Day without Water Student Art Contest! We had judges represented from the City, ACSA, and RWSA; the judges determined the top 60 entries spanning all grade divisions (top 15 from each division) to be considered for the fan favorite category.
Awards Recognition: November 29th, 5:30 - 6:30 pm at the Albemarle County Service Authority's Board Room located at 168 Spotnap Road. The event is open to the public and there is public parking available at the event location.
Please note artwork was scanned and may not depict all the details of the artwork.
All entries are labeled with a unique five-digit ID number and the grade of the student. Uploaded entry order and ID number were assigned at random and do not convey any particular order.
If you do not have Facebook and would like to vote, please email us with your full name and the ID number of the artwork you vote for. Only 1 vote per email address. Additional questions or comments can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlottesville & Albemarle County are Currently in a Drought
Weeks of dry conditions have resulted in lower than normal river & reservoir levels. Area residents are requested to restrict outdoor water usage, follow other drought restrictions, and implement water conservation measures.
To sustain water supply levels, mandatory drought restrictions are in place:
For information on the drought: Click Here