That felt like a common theme in 2015, particularly in the second half of the year.
64 between Charlottesville (118) and Crozet (107)seemed to have had a lot more crashes in 2015 than in previous years. Maybe this feeling came from more traffic or more awareness via facebook, twitter, and waze, Either way, I wanted to find the answer to this question:
“have there been more crashes on 64 recently?” I’d like to see the last 5 years data between 118 and Crozet …
We’ve been doing our Crozet real estate conversations for the past few months; each time we do them we tend to have some interesting data-based-conversations. This month, a friend asked me about median home prices in Crozet.
Looking at real estate data is always fun, so I pulled a bit of information from the Charlottesville MLS and came up with this (* “Crozet” for this purpose = Brownsville + Crozet Elementary school districts):
Red line is the number of single family detached home sales in Albemarle County.
Green line is the number of single family detached home sales in Crozet.
Blue bars are the median sales prices for single family detached homes in Crozet.
So much discussed tonight and a great crowd showed up at the Crozet Community Advisory Council meeting at the Meadows. As it wasn’t at the usual location at the Crozet Library, there was neither WiFi nor a time limit.
I’ll try to post any updates I get (roads closed, power out, Mudhouse open …) on the RealCrozetVA Facebook or Twitter pages. Quick updates will start on Twitter (the app is easier on my phone battery, for starters)
@realcrozetva#Crozet all new data still looks like 1-2ft snow CZT so yes, prep now and let's all help older neighbors who can't shovel
This should be interesting. Restore n’ Station wants a drive-through, more gas pumps, and an auto repair component. Updates from Adelaide proposed development, and an update about Downtown Crozet redevelopment.
Make some time, if you can. The meeting is at the Meadows this month, so no wi-fi. Darn it.
CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Meadows, Crozet
Wednesday, January 20, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
1. Agenda Review. (David Stoner – CCAC chair)
2. Approval of Minutes.
3. Project Updates/Information:
a. Public Meeting – ReStore-n-Station Phase II (RS-n-S Representative, Bill Fritz Planner)
b. Discussion & Update – Proposed Rezoning for residential development – Adelaide (Kyle Redinger)
c. Update – Milestone Partners Update for Former Barnes Lumberyard Development (Frank Stoner) and DCI Update (Tim Tolson, Paul Grady)
David and/or I are at the Crozet Mudhouse on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month. Please stop by to chat; we pulled (and know) a lot more real estate data and information than we shared in the video.