As noted on the Crozet Calendar, there is going to be a community meeting about the rezoning hearing for the next phase of Foothill Crossing on 21 January at Crozet Library at 7pm. Based on the comments I’ve received, I suspect it should be well attended.
It looks like the big change is that the developer is seeking to add attached homes to the mix, a change from having only single family homes. More information here.
Dig into the project at Albemarle County’s great County View site; search for Application# SUB201400214, which reads (prior to this rezoning coming forth):
PROJECT: SUB201400094 Foothills Crossing II – Preliminary Subdivision Plat
MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: White Hall
TAX MAP/PARCEL: 05600-00-00-05700, 056A2-01-00-06200
LOCATION: South side of Three Notch’d Road (Route 240), 0.5 miles east of intersection with Crozet Avenue.
PROPOSAL: Request for preliminary plat approval to create 38 lots on 16.71 acres, at a density of 2.27 dwelling units per acre.
ZONING: R6, Residential – residential (6 units/acre and up to 9 units/acre bonus level) under section 16 of the zoning ordinance; R2, Residential – residential (2 units/acre and up to 3 units/acre bonus level) under section 14 of the zoning ordinance.
ENTRANCE CORRIDOR: YES
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN LAND USE/DENSITY: Crozet Development Area, Neighborhood Density Residential – residential (3-6 units /acre), supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools and other small-scale non-residential uses; Urban Density Residential â?? residential (6 – 12 units /acre), supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools, commercial, office and service uses; Greenspace -?? public parks, open space, environmental features.