Crozet Master Plan
Adoption and revision
The plan was adopted on December 1, 2004, as the result of a two-year process involving the community, staff and other stakeholders. Implementation is overseen by the Crozet Community Advisory Council.
One of the items to be discussed is a comprehensive plan amendment to bring 184 acres in Yancey Mills and owned by the Yancey family into the designated growth area, to accommodate a proposed business park. At a public forum Jan 28 2010, citizens and members of the Crozet Community Advisory Council were mostly critical of the planned expansion.
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The opening pages of the plan describes why it anticipates a projected build-out of 12,000 people over the 20 years in which it will serve as a guide for Crozet growth. That matches the by-right build-out figure of 12,500. In 2004, the Crozet development area had a population of around 3,000. However, the land use map included population densities that could allow an ultimate build-out of 24,758 people. That would mean that every single parcel land developed at its maximum density. The most recent population estimate for Crozet is 5,336 for August 2007.
- ↑ Web. Supervisors vote to include Yancey Mills proposal as part of Crozet Master Plan review, Tubbs, Sean, Charlottesville Tomorow News Center, Charlottesville Tomorrow, 4 Dec. 2008, retrieved 10 Sept. 2009.
- ↑ Web. Crozet residents question Yancey plan, Sean Tubbs, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, January 29, 2010 Also available at the Charlottesville Tomorrow News Center.