Fry's Spring neighborhood
|County Area||Residential Area|
|District||City of Charlottesville|
|Size||488.64 acres |
|Middle||Buford and Walker|
|High School||Charlottesville HS|
|Southern Rail Road, Fifth Street Extended and Moore’s Creek bound the neighborhood |
|Fry's Spring Beach Club|
|HOA||Fry's Spring Neighborhood Association|
*Confirm attendance boundaries for individual homes with school divisions
The Fry's Spring Neighborhood is located in the south-west corner of the City of Charlottesville.
For planning purposes, it is one of 18 neighborhoods officially designated by the Department of Neighborhood Development Services.
Landmarks include the Fry's Spring Beach Club, Azalea Park, a bridge carrying Jefferson Park Avenue Extended over the railroad tracks, as well as the service station in the northeast corner of the intersection of JPA/Fontaine Avenue/Maury Avenue.
The neighborhood is a mix of single-family residential and student housing, and many in the Fry's Spring Neighborhood Association feel their community is under attack from growth in Albemarle County. However, the City's rezoning in 2003 also created a demand for in-fill development. It is known for its unique architecture.
Parts of the neighborhood are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
- "Featured Neigborhood: Fry's Spring" In Our Backyard (Feb. 2007). City of Charlottesville. Retrieved 11 June 2009.
- Web. A look at some the area's interesting, unusual homes, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, October 10, 2010, retrieved October 11, 2010.
- Web. Current Announcements, Board of Architectural Review, City of Charlottesville, retrieved December 7, 2014.
|Jefferson Park Avenue||Fifeville||
|← Fry's Spring neighborhood →|
|Albemarle County||Ridge Street neighborhood|