via email, bolding mine. #CCAC0220
CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
1. Introductions and Agenda Review (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair)
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Crozet Sports Zoning Map Amendment Community Meeting (Valerie Long, Williams Mullen and Justin Byrd, Crozet Sports Owner – 40 minutes)
4. Bamboo Grove Zoning Map Amendment Community Meeting (Christopher Fuller – 40 minutes)
5. Crozet Master Plan Update Phase 2 Check-in (Andrew Knuppel, Albemarle County Community Development – 15 minutes)
6. Items Not Listed on the Agenda
Thank goodness Crozet Library closes at 9; I suspect with two Zoning Map Amendments (Bamboo Grove and Crozet Sports) this meeting could go long.
On Bamboo Grove
I google for you.
The team’s plan of six small homes is two over the county’s vision for the property in its Comprehensive Plan, which is updated every few years based on community feedback. However, Fuller is hoping that designating those two homes as affordable and dedicating land for a public trail will offset that concern.
Bamboo Grove is a miniature neighborhood with six compact, affordable and energy efficient houses is designed for an acre of land a few blocks from downtown Crozet. Shared green space between the houses anchors the neighboorhood together while walking trails and sidewalks connect it to nature and the surrounding community. Common landscaped areas, patio, bicycle parking and mail area will be located between the vehicles and the houses to encourage the informal interaction so essential to build a feeling of belonging to a community.
PROJECT: ZMA201900016 Bamboo Grove
MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: White Hall
TAX MAP/PARCEL(S): 05500-00-00-068C0, 05500-00-00-068D0
LOCATION: West side of Orchard Drive, approximately 250 feet north of the intersection between Orchard Drive and Jarmans Gap Road (State Route 691).
PROPOSAL: Proposal to rezone two properties to the R4 Residential Zoning District
PETITION: Rezone a total of 1.24 acres from the R2 Residential District, which allows for residential development up to 2 dwelling units/acre, to the R4 Residential District which allows residential uses up to 4 dwelling units/acre. A maximum of 6 residential units are proposed under the bonus level cluster development standards of the Zoning Ordinance at a gross density of 4.85 units/acre and a net density of 9 units/acre. Dedication of an open space area and trail to the County for public use is proposed. Private street authorization request per Sections 14-233 and 14-234 of the Subdivision Ordinance. Special exception requests to waive sidewalk, and curb and gutter requirements along a private street per Sections 14-203.1(B) and 14-410(I) of the Subdivision Ordinance. Special exception request to allow alternative locations of parking areas per Sections 18-4.12.5 and 18-4.12.8 of the Zoning Ordinance.
ZONING: R2 Residential â?? 2 units/acre
OVERLAY DISTRICT(S): None
ENTRANCE CORRIDOR (EC): No
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Neighborhood Density Residential â?? 3-6 units /acre; supporting uses such as religious institutions, schools and other small-scale non-residential uses; Greenspace â?? public parks, open space, environmental features in the Crozet Master Plan.