CCAC Meeting – 15 February 2017

Local government, folks.

I suspect this will be a lot of conversation about how to make transportation in Crozet better. I’ll start:

  • Better infrastructure that supports current and future traffic
  • Sidewalks and bike lanes to make walking/riding less intimidating
  • Parking plan for downtown Crozet
  • Trails interconnecting neighborhoods should be a requirement. Even retro-actively. (interconnectivity is part of Albemarle’s plan)
  • Bring in companies/jobs to encourage business development in downtown Crozet
  • Stop referring to Crozet as a “town.” Words matter. We aren’t a town.  We could be.


The Crozet Library
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.


1. Agenda Review (David Stoner – CCAC chair)
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Transportation Priorities in Crozet (Kevin McDermott, Albemarle County – 60 min)
4. Neighborhood Improvements Funding Initiative (All – 30 min)
5. Items Not Listed on Agenda
6. Announcements
7. Future Agenda Items

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One Reply to “CCAC Meeting – 15 February 2017”

  1. It is not local Govt. It is an unelected, ad hoc committee. You are correct in saying that Crozet is not a town. And as such does not have a local Govt. The only Govt. that governs Crozet and the whole of Western Albemarle is the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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