Difference between revisions of "Albemarle County"

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== [[Communities]] ==
 
== [[Communities]] ==
  
[[Magisterial Districts]]
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While Albemarle County only has one independent town, there are several distinct communities in the County.
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[[Scottsville]] is an independent town located along the James River in the southern part of the County. It has its own town council and police force.
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Unincorporated towns include [[Crozet]], [[Earlysville]],
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[[Free Union]], [[Ivy]], [[Keene]], [[North Garden]], [[Keswick]] and [[Covesville]]
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There are six [[Magisterial Districts]].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Revision as of 17:05, 26 December 2007

Albemarle County is located county in Central Virginia. The County seat is in Charlottesville, though the two jurisdictions are separate. A portion of the University of Virginia's Central Grounds is also located within an island of Albemarle County.

In 2005, the US Census estimated Albemarle County's population at 92,035[1] people.


County Government

Communities

While Albemarle County only has one independent town, there are several distinct communities in the County.

Scottsville is an independent town located along the James River in the southern part of the County. It has its own town council and police force.

Unincorporated towns include Crozet, Earlysville, Free Union, Ivy, Keene, North Garden, Keswick and Covesville


There are six Magisterial Districts.

Sources

Albemarle County Geographic Information Systems