Albemarle County & the City of Charlottesville

The staff in PEC’s Charlottesville office works with citizens to solve the many land use and conservation challenges facing the Charlottesville and Albemarle area.

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Webinar: Climate Change: What does it mean for Albemarle County?

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Wondering what we can expect for climate impacts in Albemarle County? The Cville100 Climate Coalition held a virtual presentation on August 23, 2022 to hear an overview of the recently released Albemarle County Climate Vulnerability and Risk Assessment ...
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Planning Updates: Albemarle County and the City of Charlottesville

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Albemarle County and the City of Charlottesville are considering significant changes to land use planning and related policies, including a new comprehensive plan for the County and a new zoning ordinance for the City. We encourage you to participate in ...
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Updating the Charlottesville Zoning Code: A Diagnostic Tool

Updating the Charlottesville Zoning Code: A Diagnostic Tool

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The City of Charlottesville is in the third and final phase of the Cville Plans Together process: updating its zoning ordinance. Drafting that important document will take place this fall, but the groundwork is being laid right now. We would ...
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Week Ahead for August 15, 2022: Albemarle group to see rezoning for 145 acres south of U.S. 29/I-64 interchange; Greene Planning Commission to continue work Comprehensive Plan review

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If it were common practice to number the weeks of year, this would be the 32nd. Time moves on each week, with another set of government meetings taking the place of the ones that came before. Week by week, decisions ...
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Week Ahead for August 22, 2022: CRHA purchasing two properties in Locust Grove neighborhood; Albemarle Supervisors to begin next strategic plan

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We’re in a strange time of the year, mathematically. This is the fourth week of a summer month, which often means there are few meetings. Speaking anecdotally, most meetings are held the first, second, or third weeks of the year ...
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Week Ahead for August 8, 2022: Charlottesville PC to get update on zoning rewrite; Greene Supervisors to adopt water and sewer ordinance

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I’m looking forward to getting back into a routine and finding new efficiencies for my work. The segments this week may be a bit more brief, but I do hope many of you will review as much of this as ...
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Week Ahead for August 1, 2022: Charlottesville to review $14.8M in ARPA spending; ARB to review 81-unit building at Premier Circle

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With seven months down for 2022, August has submitted an impressive entry in the Busiest First Week category in the upcoming year-end awards. There are a lot of government meetings coming up this week, and this is your source to ...
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Week Ahead for July 25, 2022: Albemarle PC to review growth management feedback, consider 157-unit development in Crozet; Library board to get update on committee to consider potential renaming

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We are now at the fourth week of the month again and this is another relatively slow week. But, of course, there’s barely such a thing when you start going through agendas. This newsletter is a comprehensive review for anyone ...
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Week Ahead for July 18, 2022: Charlottesville Council to consider plastic bag tax; Albemarle may lease former J.C. Penney for public safety

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Summer break is over for Albemarle’s Board of Supervisors and Charlottesville City Council, but this week, Supervisors in both Fluvanna and Louisa counties will skip a meeting. So does the Albemarle County Economic Development Authority. The business of local government ...
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Week Ahead for July 11, 2022: Public in-person open house for Regional Transit Vision; Greene Supervisors to vote on Wawa at U.S. 29 / 33

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We’re still in the middle of a summer where federal issues have dominated, but there’s plenty happening at the local level even if many groups are taking some off. All of Albemarle County’s Community Advisory Committee will skip the entire ...
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