Eastern Avenue

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Eastern Avenue (Crozet)
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Planned

Project Overview

Interconnect future and existing Crozet neighborhoods. Eastern Avenue will be a major north-south road connecting Route 240 and Route 250 from the area around Western Ridge and the Conagra plant to an area near Cory Farms. Eastern Avenue will traverse the proposed Lickinghole Creek Bridge. [1]
Cost $12.9 million [2]
Sponsor Albemarle
Next meeting None (Crozet Master Plan not up for review until 2014)

Status Update


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Contact Elaine Echols, Albemarle County planner

Eastern Avenue is a planned north-south road that will connect Route 240 and Route 250 east of Crozet. The road has been discussed by the county for many decades. [1]

Route

Eastern Avenue is designed to be a major north-south road connecting the area around Western Ridge and the former ConAgra plant on 240 to an area near Cory Farms on 250.

Eastern Avenue will traverse the proposed Lickinghole Creek Bridge, which must be built before Eastern Avenue can be completed.

Status

Eastern Avenue is not a priority on the County’s Secondary Six-Year Improvement Program. It will be created as neighboring parcels are developed and as rezoning requests come before the county. As such, there is no public meeting at this time.

The Eastern Avenue project will proceed as Albemarle County considers the rezoning of property in and around the area.

A portion of the road is being built as part of the Foothills Crossing development. [2] [3]

Map

See also

Eastern Avenue (Underpass)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Web. Crozet Master Plan, Chapter 5, County of Albemarle, October 13, 2010, retrieved July 22, 2011.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Web. Crozet’s Eastern Avenue underway, proposed rezoning would offer new connection to route 240, Tim Dodson, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, July 2, 2016, retrieved February 14, 2018.
  3. Web. Albemarle planners support Foothills Crossing rezoning, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, September 13, 2016, retrieved February 14, 2018.