Due to rain, the partial closure of Crozet Avenue that was scheduled for today, July 11, has been postponed and will now take place on Friday, July 12, and possibly Saturday, July 13, depending on weather conditions. Please check the County website at www.albemarle.org for updates on this schedule.
(note my prediction below – we seem to be trying to beat Seattle for rainy days)
via email –
Albemarle County is issuing an important traffic announcement regarding an upcoming partial closure of Crozet Avenue. Crozet Avenue will be partially closed to traffic on July 11 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. between the intersections with Jarman’s Gap Road and Library Avenue to allow for realignment of a fiber optic cable that runs under Crozet Avenue. Traffic on Crozet Avenue will be reduced to one lane so motorists should expect the possibility of delays. This realignment is necessary to accommodate storm water work related to construction of the new Crozet Library. The Virginia Department of Transportation is overseeing traffic management during the construction period. The realignment is scheduled to be completed by the end of the day on July 11 but could be impacted in the event of inclement weather.
We regret the inconvenience and encourage all motorists to plan ahead to minimize any disruption that may be caused by this closure.
Hopefully it won’t rain.