Road Closing in Crozet

Note: It’s only for one day. 🙂


The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is planning a road closure on Route 810, Crozet Avenue, on Wednesday, April 4 as part of the sidewalk and streetscape project underway in downtown Crozet. The road will be closed on April 4 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to allow Faulconer Construction to install a cross pipe near the Rescue Squad approximately .10 miles from the intersection of Route 240.  A detour will be in place during this event with signs directing traffic around the work zone.  The detour will utilize Railroad Avenue west to Buck Road, north to St. George Avenue, then east back to Route 810 north of the project area.

The sidewalk project began on March 1 and is focusing on the area from the railroad crossing on Crozet Ave to the current Crozet Library on Three Notched Road.  Stormwater improvements will be focused along Crozet Avenue from the Rescue Squad to the Dairy Queen intersection.  Sidewalks and streetscapes are an integral part of creating a walkable and pedestrian-oriented downtown Crozet as envisioned by the Crozet Master Plan. 

Updates on the project will be posted to the Crozet Master Plan website.

Technorati Tags:

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Something to say?