Charlottesville Comprehensive Plan
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Virginia law requires that all cities and counties have a comprehensive plan to direct planning activities. Charlottesville adopted a new version of its comprehensive plan in 2007 and will revisit in again in 2012, as required by law. That process will be done concurrently with Albemarle County's comprehensive plan with coordination from the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission.  The TJPDC received a $999,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help coordinate the work.
- ↑ Web. Large turnout for kickoff of local planning effort, Brian Wheeler, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 28, 2011, retrieved April 28, 2011.