Planning and Coordination Council
The Planning and Coordination Council (PACC) is a defunct forum for planning at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, and Albemarle County that has been in operation for over 30 years.
On October 3, 2019, the group met to consider disbanding itself.  Charlottesville City Council and the Albemarle Board of Supervisors agreed to do so on a one-year basis in early November 2019.  The change has become permanent.
PACC was replaced by the Land Use and Environmental Planning Committee, which is closed to the public.
All three jurisdictions took turns hosting the meetings. The University hosted the meetings in 2019.
The 1986 PACC agreement was formed by the City, County and the University in with the intent to foster "improvement of community and mutual benefits through cooperative planning" and collaborate on items of mutual interest within designated geographical areas referred to in the original Three Party Agreement as Area A, B, and C community map. The regularly scheduled meetings were intended to afford all parties the opportunity to receive updates on the planning process and use of land in the areas close to the University, i.e. guidelines and improvements and expectations for land that abuts all three entities and land of mutual interest PACC provides a platform where these matters can be brought forward, discussed and, if necessary, brought forward to the larger elected bodies as part of Comprehensive Plan adoptions. 
The Planning & Coordination Council (PACC) was established in 1986 as part of the original to promote cooperation in planning and community development among the City of Charlottesville, Albemarle County, and the University of Virginia.
There used to be a PACCTech meeting held quarterly and the coordination of those meetings was shared and rotated between the three governing bodies on a yearly basis. The membership of PACCTech and PACC changes on a yearly basis depending on local elections and committee appointments, and both meetings are open to the public. 
The group has been meeting since 1986. 
The PACC Tech sub-committee reports to the PACC.
In the months before the agreement was signed, the county was in the process of rezoning land at the intersection of Fontaine Avenue and U.S. 29 for a project known as Fontaine Forest. The city and University were opposed to the project. The city thought it would put too much pressure on a residential street. UVA thought it was land they might want to own one day. 
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing on May 14, 1986 on an agreement "improvement of communication and mutual benefits through cooperative planning." County Executive Guy Agnor stated before the hearing opened that the agreement "dealt primarily with the planning process and the use of land in areas close to the University."
Area A was the Central and North Grounds of the University. Area B was comprised of property surround Area A "of mutual concern to the County and the University Area C was property near University-owned land, such as the Blue Ridge Hospital, the Milton Airport and the University Vivarium.
Under the terms of the agreement, the University would submit plans for any projects in Area A to the city and county for review, and the University would try to accommodate reasonable requests from the city and county. There were only a few private landowners in Area A at the time, but the city and county agreed to conform to land use policies requested by the University.
Area B was to be studied and master planned by all three jurisdictions, and any proposals were to be mutually reviewed.
In Area C, the University agreed to pay property taxes on land it owned.
The draft agreement also set out that UVA would create a real estate foundation, The University of Virginia Foundation, would would pay property taxes and abide by all land use regulations in the city or county. At this time, UVA also agreed to name non-voting members from the city and county to the UVA Master Planning Committee. 
Planning and Coordination Council (PACC) Quarterly Meetings
Two supervisors and the county executive were appointed to the body on June 11, 1986. They were Supervisor Timothy Lindstrom and Supervisor Gerald Fisher and executive Guy Agnor. 
At a meeting in 1987, the PACC members discussed how the University Transit System and Charlottesville Area Transit could work together to avoid overlapping routes. They also asked for various studies of the Area A and Area B locations, including a Fontaine Avenue study that Albemarle Supervisors agreed to fund at their meeting on May 13, 1987.  Board chair Peter Way was named to the PACC in November shortly before the final PACC meeting of 1987.  At that meeting, the PACC requested funding for a study of regional transit. The Board of Supervisors endorsed that concept at their meeting on December 9, 1987. 
Coordination of the Charlottesville and University of Virginia's transit systems were discussed earlier in the year. They approved a series of recommendations including intersystem transfers, joint schedule publications, joint marketing efforts, reduction of duplicate routes, a transfer point at University Hall, joint purchasing, equipment sharing, and shared coordination of driver training. Council adopted the recommendations at the meeting on March 18. 
There was also a review of a study of the Blue Ridge Hospital. City Councilor Elizabeth "Bitsy" Waters stated that work was underway to unify land use plans for Fontaine Avenue, Ivy Road, north Grounds, 9th and 10th street. There was also talk of development of a news sports arena. The PACC-Tech body was designated as being responsible for coordinating entrance corridor guidelines. 
The University sought support from Albemarle and Charlottesville for federal funds for a pedestrian crossing above Jefferson Park Avenue. 
In 2008, the University of Virginia hosted the meetings.
- On February 21, 2008, the PACC discussed the Sunset-Fontaine Connector and the University's Long-Term Acute Care Hospital and also were briefed on environmental steps being taken by the three bodies. 
- May 1, 2008
- November 20, 2008 Agenda Items included: 1. South Fork Rivanna River Reservoir Stewardship Task Force Update; 2. Current Updates on Bicycle System Planning Efforts of Each Agency. Next meeting scheduled for February 19, 2009.
In 2009, Albemarle County hosted the meetings.
- On February 19, 2009, the PACC discussed how the economic stimulus package might affect the three communities, and discussed the report given by the Joint Task Force on Affordable Housing. 
In 2011, the University of Virginia hosted the meetings.
- October 20, 2011
In 2012, Albemarle County hosted the meetings.
- May 16, 2012
In 2013, the City of Charlottesville hosted the meetings.
- February 28, 2013
In 2014, the University of Virginia hosted the meetings.
In 2015, Albemarle County hosted the meetings.
- In August 2015, the group resumed a conversation on regional transit. 
- In November 2015, the group heard a report from Charlottesville Economic Development director Chris Engel on Growing Opportunities report Report
The City of Charlottesville hosted the meetings. The initial meeting on February 18, 2016 was canceled. Meetings on May 19 and August 18 were held, but it is unclear if the meeting on November 17 was held.
- Topics for the May 19 meeting were the Regional Transit Organizational Study, the Route 29 Solutions Project and a Public Safety Update from the University of Virginia. 
- Topics for the August 18 meeting were an update on the West Main Streetscape project, a Smart Scale update and an update on Route 29 Solutions 
- In March 2017, the group discussed regional growth patterns. 
In 2008, Albemarle County hosted the meetings.
- The February 15, 2018 meeting was hosted by Albemarle County. According to the draft minutes of the meeting, representatives of the University of Virginia Foundation presented information related to the Birdwood property which is located within Area B. It was noted, because the Old Mill section of Boar’s Head Inn has significant historical value, the Foundation has an eye toward leveraging that history, enhancing what is already in place, continuing to foster Virginia hospitality and to connect to the natural surroundings. Eight projects were identified:
- 1.Changing the Boar’s Head entry feature which will better connect to the Inn;
- 2. Renovate the Birdwood Mansion and its gardens which are rich in history;
- 3. Renovate the golf course;
- 4. Renovate/enhance the golf practice facility;
- 5. Construct a tennis facility;
- 6. Expand the squash facility;
- 7. Re-orient the entrance to the Inn;
- 8. Upgrade the food & beverage experience.
In March, the group talked about regional transit issues, a potential convention center and a replacement hotel for the Cavalier Inn.  (Minutes from meeting)
On October 3, the group met in order to vote on a resolution to dissolve itself. The 'Proposal to Redefine the Planning and Coordination Council' states that "it is important to have a venue in which the City, County, and University can share land use and development plans and projects. However, this is a function better served by technical professionals who are developing those plans and can work together to ensure cooperation and collaboration."  (Proposed redefinition of PACC)
City Council voted 4-1 to agree to the suspension and dissolution of PACC on November 4, 2019. 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Web. Proposal to Redefine the Planning and Coordination Council, retrieved October 2, 2019.
- ↑ Web. County approves dissolution of regional planning council, Allison Wrabel, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, November 7, 2019, retrieved November 7, 2019. Print. November 7, 2019 page A1.
- ↑ https://www.albemarle.org/upload/images/Forms_Center/Departments/County_Executive/Forms/PACC_Minutes_02_15_18.pdf%7Caccessdate=November 6, 2018}}
- ↑ http://www.officearchitect.virginia.edu/index.php/item/1578-pacc |accessdate=November 6, 2018}}
- ↑ Web. Planning & Coordination Council, Website, University of Virginia Office of the Architect, retrieved October 30, 2018.
- ↑ Web. County of Albemarle, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Minutes, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Albemarle County, January 15, 1986, retrieved May 26, 2019.
- ↑ Web. County of Albemarle, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Minutes, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Albemarle County, May 14, 1986, retrieved May 26, 2019.
- ↑ Web. County of Albemarle, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Minutes, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Albemarle County, June 11, 1986, retrieved October 1, 2019.
- ↑ Web. County of Albemarle, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Minutes, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Albemarle County, May 13, 1987, retrieved October 2, 2019.
- ↑ Web. County of Albemarle, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Minutes, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Albemarle County, November 11, 1987, retrieved October 2, 2019.
- ↑ Web. County of Albemarle, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Minutes, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Albemarle County, December 9, 1987, retrieved October 2, 2019.
- ↑ Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, March 18, 1991.
- ↑ Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, June 17, 1991.. . Also available in older archive.
- ↑ Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, April 3, 2006.
- ↑ Web. City, County and University hold first PACC meeting of 2008, Charlottesville Tomorrow, February 25, 2008, retrieved January 18, 2016.
- ↑ Web. Planning and Coordination Council agrees to cooperate on single room occupancy units, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, February 23, 2009, retrieved January 18, 2016.
- ↑ Web. University and city officials agree to reopen transit discussions, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, August 20, 2015, retrieved January 18, 2016.
- ↑ Web. Planning and Coordination Council (PACC) Meeting Agenda, City of Charlottesville, Agenda, City of Charlottesville, retrieved September 29, 2019.
- ↑ Web. PACC Agenda for August 18, 2016, City of Charlottesville, retrieved September 29, 2019.
- ↑ Web. UVa anticipates larger role in area growth patterns, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 30, 2017, retrieved February 15, 2018.
- ↑ Web. Planning and Coordination Council Quarterly Meeting Minutes (DRAFT), Planning and Coordination Council, retrieved October 2, 1019.
- ↑ Web. Charlottesville City Council Minutes for November 4, 2019, Kyna Thomas, City of Charlottesville, retrieved January 31, 2020.
- Official site created in 2019
- County's PACC page (still active and contains 2018 information]