Crozet Community Survey – General Public

Crozet Community Survey
June 2017
Survey is closing August 20!


We want to gather input from as many people in Crozet as possible, so we appreciate you sharing your opinion on topics related to Crozet.  We urge you and others in your household to fill out and complete this questionnaire as soon as possible.    If you received a letter inviting you to take this survey, please click here to go to the scientific sample survey webpage.  The two survey’s questions are identical.

It should take about 15 minutes to complete the questions in the survey. There are no right or wrong answers; what’s important is your opinion.  All of your responses will be anonymous and kept confidential, only group results will be published.

When you’re ready, click here to go to the public survey to begin the survey.   Thank you in advance for your time and thoughtful input.    [We delayed the availability of the public survey to give time for the letters to arrive in case you should be taking the scientific sample Crozet Community Survey.]

This survey was sponsored and developed by local citizens of the Crozet Community Association (CCA), the Downtown Crozet Initiative (DCI), and the Crozet Board of Trade (CBT), and Albemarle County staff. It is the first step of the upcoming Crozet Master Plan update/revision. It is one of several opportunities for your active participation in the decisions affecting our community in the next five and beyond.

The Crozet Master Plan (CMP) is supposed to be revised every five years. That revision time should have been in 2015, however the County postponed the revision until 2018.   In order to complete the revision with as little delay as possible, we are starting with a community survey now, as was done in 2009 before the 2010 Crozet Master Plan revision.


Our invitation letters to selected households to take the Crozet Community Survey started to arrive this weekend.  We mailed to a random sample of  2,000  of the 2,600 households inside the Crozet growth area, and 1,000 households adjacent to the growth area  to take the Crozet Community survey, so not everyone will get an invitation letter.  Responses to the survey from this scientific sample of households are now streaming in online.

Unfortunately, the mailing of the invitation letters was unexpectedly delayed, so we must postpone the opening of the “public” survey to give all of you who have received a letter a chance to open and take the survey.  We’ll open the link to the “public” survey on Saturday, June 17 at Noon; that link will be available to anyone who wishes to add their voice to the survey results.

We appreciate your patience and understanding regarding the delay in making the public survey available.

Please contact the CCA at if you have trouble starting the survey or have other problems or questions regarding the Crozet Community Survey.