CCAC Meeting Agenda 13 September 2023

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Meeting at the Crozet Library   

Wednesday, September 13, 2023 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

Agenda (as presented at the CCAC meeting on 9/13/2023)

1. Call to Order, Agenda Review, Introductions (5 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes –  (2 minutes)

  • Minutes of August 9, 2023 meeting (not yet available)

3. Community Concerns (10 minutes)

4. Scheduled Presentation (15 minutes)
Matthew Slaats, Crozet Community Orchard Project

6. Board of Supervisors/Planning Commission Liaison Update (15 minute)
Supervisor Ann Mallek and Planning Commissioner Lonnie Murray.

5. Other Committee Business (30 minutes)

Adjourn

Next Regular Meeting:  October 17, 2023  (All-CAC meeting)


Meeting Norms:
  • Staff liaisons will be prepared, working with chairs to set agendas and provide necessary information.
  • Committee members will come prepared having read provided materials.
  • We will respect everyone’s time by starting and ending on time. We will work to set and follow agenda topic time allotments.
  • Everyone is responsible for helping to stay on topic. Speak up if you feel like we’re getting off track and need to move an issue to a “parking lot” for possible future discussion.
  • Everyone is encouraged to participate. You may be asked to share what you think, or we may ask for comments from those who haven’t spoken. It is always OK to “pass” when you are asked to share a comment.
  • Listen respectfully, without interrupting. Listen actively and with an ear to understanding others’ views.
  • One person speaks at a time. If you think you will forget an idea or question that comes to mind, write it down.
  • Challenge ideas, not individuals.

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and other information at: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/boards-and-commissions/crozet


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information and roster of members 

CCAC Rules of Procedure: https://www.albemarle.org/home/showpublisheddocument/6192/637418068676530000

CCAC Meeting Agenda 9 August 2023

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Meeting at the Crozet Library   

Wednesday, August 9, 2023 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

Agenda

1. Call to Order, Agenda Review, Introductions (5 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes –  (2 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)

  • Minutes of June 14, 2023 meeting
  • The July meeting of the CCAC was an all-CAC (Community Advisory Committee) meeting at the Albemarle County office building.  See their agenda here.

3. Scheduled Presentation (35 minutes)
Moving Toward 2050 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) by Sandy Shackelford, Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization
The Charlottesville-Albemarle MPO is in the process of updating the region’s long range transportation plan, Moving Toward 2050. The purpose of this plan is to identify priority transportation needs for the City of Charlottesville and urbanized portions of Albemarle County. CA-MPO staff will review the requirements of the plan and the planning process. A discussion with CAC members about needed transportation improvements will follow. Learn more at the Moving Toward 2050 website.

4. Board of Supervisors/Planning Commission Liaison Update (10 minute)

  • Supervisor Ann Mallek and Planning Commissioner Lonnie Murray.

5. Other Business (20 minutes)

  • Discussion of the Riparian Buffer Overlay District
  • Debrief of July’s All-CAC Town Hall

6. Community Concerns (10 minutes)

Adjourn

Next Regular Meeting:  September 13, 2023 at the Crozet Library


Meeting Norms:
  • Staff liaisons will be prepared, working with chairs to set agendas and provide necessary information.
  • Committee members will come prepared having read provided materials.
  • We will respect everyone’s time by starting and ending on time. We will work to set and follow agenda topic time allotments.
  • Everyone is responsible for helping to stay on topic. Speak up if you feel like we’re getting off track and need to move an issue to a “parking lot” for possible future discussion.
  • Everyone is encouraged to participate. You may be asked to share what you think, or we may ask for comments from those who haven’t spoken. It is always OK to “pass” when you are asked to share a comment.
  • Listen respectfully, without interrupting. Listen actively and with an ear to understanding others’ views.
  • One person speaks at a time. If you think you will forget an idea or question that comes to mind, write it down.
  • Challenge ideas, not individuals.

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and other information at: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/boards-and-commissions/crozet


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information and roster of members 

CCAC Rules of Procedure: https://www.albemarle.org/home/showpublisheddocument/6192/637418068676530000

All CAC Meeting Agenda 12 July 2023

ALL COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEES (CACs)
Virtual Meeting!

Wednesday, July 12, 2023 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM

Click here for print agenda or go the the County’s CAC webpage

Agenda

1. Call to Order (CAC chairs)

2. AC44 Open House

Join in to get an update on AC44, the Comprehensive Plan Update project, and visit a variety of virtual “rooms” to learn about the four topics, ask questions, and share your feedback.

The purpose of the Open Houses is to share background information and specific topics for this phase of the Comprehensive Plan Update. These topics are important for coordinating land use and transportation planning – – and how we manage growth in Albemarle County.

Online Questionnaires Are Open Until July 14
Click the links below to share your input on the topics that are important to you:

This agenda is being published to comply with the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, as a quorum of members of the 5th and Avon Community Advisory Committee, the Crozet Community Advisory Committee, the Pantops Community Advisory Committee, the Places29-Hydraulic Community Advisory Committee, the Places29-North Community Advisory Committee, and/or the Places29-Rio Community Advisory Committee may be in attendance.

Next Regular Meeting of the CCAC:  August 9, 2023 at the Crozet Library


The County staff posted this month’s all-CAC agenda and other information at: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/boards-and-commissions/crozet


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information and roster of members 

CCAC Rules of Procedure: https://www.albemarle.org/home/showpublisheddocument/6192/637418068676530000

CCAC Meeting Agenda 14 June 2023

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Meeting at the Crozet Library   

Wednesday, June 14, 2023 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

Agenda

1. Call to Order, Agenda Review, Introductions (5 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes –  (2 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)

3. Meeting Norms and Agenda Structure (5 minutes; Allison Wrabel, Community Connecter [Albemarle County staff])

4. Broadband Focus Group (45 minutes; Jason Inofuentes, Albemarle County’s Broadband Accessibility and Affordability Office program manager)

  • The Albemarle County Broadband Office, in coalition with community partners and organizations, including the City of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia, is working to close the digital divide by preparing a Regional Digital Equity Plan (RDEP). The goal is to assess community needs, identify specific barriers to broadband access and to develop realistic solutions to address these barriers.
  • As part of this effort, the office is seeking to engage community members through focus groups led by County staff. These focus groups will give participants an opportunity to share their experiences with broadband access and discuss ways they would like to be able to utilize broadband access but cannot.

5. Crozet Trails Crew (10 minutes)

6. Board of Supervisors/Planning Commission Liaison Updates (10 minutes; Supervisor Ann Mallek and Planning Commissioner Lonnie Murray) This is time reserved for liaisons to share community announcements and project/policy updates

7. Community Concerns (10 minutes)

8. Other Committee Business  (If time allows)

Adjourn

Next Regular Meeting:  August 9, 2023 at the Crozet Library


Meeting Norms:
  • Staff liaisons will be prepared, working with chairs to set agendas and provide necessary information.
  • Committee members will come prepared having read provided materials.
  • We will respect everyone’s time by starting and ending on time. We will work to set and follow agenda topic time allotments.
  • Everyone is responsible for helping to stay on topic. Speak up if you feel like we’re getting off track and need to move an issue to a “parking lot” for possible future discussion.
  • Everyone is encouraged to participate. You may be asked to share what you think, or we may ask for comments from those who haven’t spoken. It is always OK to “pass” when you are asked to share a comment.
  • Listen respectfully, without interrupting. Listen actively and with an ear to understanding others’ views.
  • One person speaks at a time. If you think you will forget an idea or question that comes to mind, write it down.
  • Challenge ideas, not individuals.

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and other information at: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/boards-and-commissions/crozet


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information and roster of members 

CCAC Rules of Procedure: https://www.albemarle.org/home/showpublisheddocument/6192/637418068676530000

CCA Meeting Agenda May 11, 2023

Crozet Community Association Meeting Agenda
May 11, 2023 at 7:30 PM
Claudius Crozet Park Community Building
(aka old WPED radio building)

(Click here for PDF version of the agenda)

Please enter Crozet Park through the front gate on Park Road and park on the basketball courts located behind the main facility and near the Community building. Please do not park along Hilltop Street or Indigo Road.

Welcome
Agenda Review / Changes and additions from the floor.
Approval of the CCA’s last meeting’s minutes (January 12, 2023; click here for PDF version of the minutes)   The March 9, 2023 meeting was not held because no one attended.
Treasurer’s Report (Dues are still just $10 for 2023!)
Albemarle County Police Department (ACPD) may visit and give an update. (Evening Patrol Division)

PresentationCharlottesville Free Clinic: An open door to health care (Susan Sherman, the Executive Director of the Charlottesville Free Clinic)

 Update and News from Ann Mallek, our county supervisor

Old Business:

  • Update on possible Architecture School project to create design(s) for old Acme Visible Records
  • Crozet Independence Day Celebration, Saturday, July 1, 2023!
    • Planning has started, deposit on fireworks made! Event will be at Crozet Park this year.
    • Volunteers needed to help with planning and putting on the event.
    • Donations for fireworks – www.gofund.me/56597ad9.

New Business:

  • Any?

Announcements: 

Future Agenda Items?


 The next CCA meeting is September 14, 2023 at 7:30 PM
at the Crozet Park Community Building (aka old radio building)
Join our email list by signing up at: http://CrozetCommunity.org/contact-us/

This email list is moderated, so you cannot get spam because only approved email messages are sent out.  Volume is usually 1-4 emails a month, all related to Crozet & Western Albemarle events and concerns.


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CCAC Meeting Agenda 10 May 2023

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Meeting at the Crozet Library   

Wednesday, May 10, 2023 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

Agenda

1. Call to Order, Agenda Review, Introductions (5 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)
Video of the May 10, 2023 meeting of the CCAC, courtesy of the Crozet Gazette.

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes –  (2 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)

3. Announcements and Updates (5 minutes)

4. Community Concerns (10 minutes)

5. Scheduled Presentations (30 minutes)

6. Committee Business  (30 minutes)

  • New member introductions
  • Officer elections
  • Debrief Oak Bluff community meeting
  • Community meeting procedures
  • Development project tracking
  • Summer meeting schedule and topics

7. Other Business

8. Adjourn

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and other information at: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/boards-and-commissions/crozet

Next Regular Meeting:  June 14, 2023 at the Crozet Library



Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information and roster of members 

CCAC Rules of Procedure: https://www.albemarle.org/home/showpublisheddocument/6192/637418068676530000

Crozet Independence Day Celebration

Crozet Independence Day Celebration banner
The Eleventh Annual Crozet Independence Day Parade and Celebration –  Saturday, July  1, 2023

Click here to jump down to donation information.

Click here to jump down to volunteer information.

Click here to jump down to exiting Crozet Park after the celebration.


It all starts with the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) parade at 5:00 PM at Crozet Elementary School and goes down Crozet Avenue through downtown Crozet to Claudius Crozet Park.  The Parade Grand Marshal is Chuck Kennedy.

If you would like to be a part of the 2023 Crozet Firemen’s parade, please submit your entry to be in the parade  to ensure you are included in the lineup. Lineup will be based on a first come basis. Horses/livestock will be placed near or at the end of the parade. Lineup will begin at 4:00 P.M. at Crozet Elementary School and the parade ends at Claudius Crozet Park.

The celebration begins at Claudius Crozet Park after the parade.    Bring a lawn chair if you want to be comfortable as you listen to the local band Ian Gilliam and the FireKings.   Traditional American Fourth of July fare will be available, including hot dogs,  hamburgers, chicken, funnel cake, BBQ, and sno-cones, as well as vegetarian and vegan choices, tacos, and other favorites! Local beer and Bold Rock Cider will also be available for a separate cost.  Kids amusements are available as well.   Event culminates at 9:30 PM with a stupendous fireworks show. (We have it at 9:30 PM so it’s late enough to be dark, but not too late to for the youngsters to view the show.)

There are no dogs or pets allowed in the event

Designated smoking areas are provided and we ask that you only smoke in those areas.  If you live nearby Crozet Park, we encourage you to walk!

How much would you pay for such good times?  All that’s asked is a donation of $5 per person (and  children 9 years and under are free) as you enter the festivities (parking is free and exiting quick).  The non-profit civic groups in Crozet are the ones that benefit from any money raised above the cost of the event, so please be generous.  Most years, we’ve donated over $6,000 to CVFD, WARS, and other civic groups.

Check out our Facebook page at: http://facebook.com/Crozet.Independence.Day.Celebration

Download a copy of our flyer by clicking here.

The event is sponsored by the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, Crozet Community Association, Crozet Board of Trade, Claudius Crozet Park, Crozet Lions Club, Crozet Community Church, Crozet Trails Crew and citizen volunteers.


Making a Contribution

These events involve a lot of donated time from a lot of individuals, but they can’t happen without financial contributions, too. We want everyone to enjoy our small-town event, so we ask for donations at the entrance – A donation of $5 per person (and  children 9 and under are free) as you enter the festivities (parking is free and exiting after the fireworks is quick).  Your donation helps to pay for the fireworks and event expenses.

$10,000 Matching Gift Challenge for Crozet Fireworks Fund!

An anonymous donor will match up to $10,000 in contributions to the Crozet fireworks fund. The cost of Crozet’s traditional Fourth of July fireworks show doubled this year to $18,000. The show has been held at Crozet Park since the end of World War II, financed by public contributions.The Crozet Board of Trade, a non-profit organization of local businesses and like-minded citizens that supports civic causes for the town, has collected for the fireworks fund since 2010, when the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department was forced to give up its sponsorship of the holiday celebration because of growing call demands on the volunteer firefighters.

The CBT paid the deposit to secure the show and is raising money now to pay the second half of the cost, as well as the deposit for the 2024 show—which is expected to cost $30,000—that will be due In January. The total goal of the 2023 campaign is $30,000. While we think your gift is tax-deductible, we recommend you consult your tax advisor about deducting this donation.

The non-profit civic groups in Crozet are the ones that benefit from any money raised above the cost of the event.  Most years we’ve donated over $6,000 to local civic groups, including the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, Western Albemarle Rescue Squad, Claudius Crozet Park, and the Crozet Trails Crew (among others), so please be generous.

Of course, we appreciate all donations, but to boost our efforts to cover the fireworks, we have three leadership donor levels and we are hoping that you will show your support by becoming a lead patron this year.

  • For a gift of $500 or more, if you provide us with your banner, we will display that banner at the entrance to the park during the event, identify your patron status in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and provide you with ten passes to the celebration in the park.
  • For a gift of $250 to $499, you will receive published thanks in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and four passes to the celebration in the park.
  • And, for a gift of $100 to $249 you will receive published thanks in the Crozet Gazette and the event handbill and two passes to the celebration in the park.

July 1st  will be here before you know it.  Won’t you join us by contributing whatever you can afford?  If being a lead patron is too much this year, please send whatever you can afford and help us match the $10,000 challenge!     Thank you!

Please make your donation by Monday, June 26 in order to be listed on the event  handbill. 

    1. You can mail a check payable to: Crozet Board of Trade and send it to: CBT, P.O. Box 261, Crozet, VA 22932.  Please put  “CIDC donation” on the memo line.
    2. You can contribute right now, online, by clicking on this link:  Donate to CIDC through Network for Good
      • Please put “CIDC donation” in the Designation box.

Thank you for your generous support!

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It takes a village – won’t you help out on Saturday, July 1st for an hour?

We need your help for just an hour or two on Saturday, July 1st.  The sign-up website to help with the Crozet Independence Day Celebration (CIDC)  Saturday, July 1, between 5PM to 10PM (or Sunday morning to pick up the park).  There are a variety of tasks and time slots. Most of the time slots are only an hour – so there’s lots of ways to help and still enjoy the event.

To volunteer for an hour, please click here.

When you sign-up it will ask for your name, email and, optionally phone number.  No one else can see your email and phone.  We promise we won’t share it.  It’s helpful for us to have it if something happens and we need to let you know about a last minute change.

We urge church groups, civic and neighborhood associations to sign-up.  Crozet Trails Crew and the Crozet Fellowship Church each have already volunteered to staff one spot the whole evening!  Let’s see which group can have the most volunteers!

With your help, we can make this Crozet Independence Day celebration the best ever!

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Exiting Crozet Park after the Celebration!

Exiting Crozet Park after the celebration should be quick and smooth this year.  Lenoir Parking will be guiding everyone out of the park at the main entrance/exit.  (Please do NOT park along Hilltop Street or Indigo Road.)

Those who wish to go east (e.g., Ivy or Charlottesville) or north (e.g., White Hall) will turn LEFT out of Crozet Park and use Eastern Avenue to Park Ridge Drive to Three Notch’d Road (Route 240).   Lenoir Parking will have persons stationed at the intersections from Crozet Park to Three Notch’d Road to help you make all the correct turns!

Those who want to go  west (e.g., Afton) or south (e.g., Batesville) will turn RIGHT out of Crozet Park and use Tabor Avenue to Crozet Avenue (Rte 240).   Albemarle County Police officers will be directing traffic at the Crozet Avenue/ Tabor Street intersection.

The “back gate” onto Hilltop Street will be closed and locked.  No exit from Crozet Park is allowed.  Use the main entrance to exit Crozet Park after the fireworks, as described above and shown below.

Thank you for your help in making our small-town tradition a success!

Map of how to exit Crozet Park after the fireworks.

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Donate to Crozet Independence Day Celebration

The Annual Crozet Independence Day
Parade, Celebration, and Fireworks
Saturday, July 1, 2023
Make a Contribution!

These events involve a lot of donated time from a lot of individuals and donated materials and services from local civic groups and companies, but it still cannot happen without financial contributions, too.  All we ask is a donation of $5 per person (and children 9 years and under are free) as you enter the festivities (parking is free).

Your donation helps to pay for the fireworks and event expenses.  The non-profit civic groups in Crozet are the ones that benefit from any money raised above the cost of the event.  Most years we’ve donated over $6,000 to local civic groups, including the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, Western Albemarle Rescue Squad, Claudius Crozet Park, and the Crozet Trails Crew (among others), so please be generous. You can contribute right now, online at our GoFundMe webpage

 

It’s a tax-deductible donation!

Of course, we appreciate all donations, but to boost our efforts to cover the fireworks, we have three leadership donor levels and we are hoping that you will show your support by becoming a lead patron this year.

  • For a gift of $500 or more, if you provide us with your company banner, we will display  at the entrance to the park during the event, identify your patron status in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and provide you with ten passes to the celebration in the park.
  • For a gift of $250 to $499, you will receive acknowledgment in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and four passes to the celebration in the park.
  • And, for a gift of $100 to $249, you will receive published thanks in the Crozet Gazette and the event handbill and two passes to the celebration in the park.

July 1 will be here before you know it.  Won’t you join us by contributing whatever you can afford?  If being a lead patron is too much, please send whatever you can afford.   Your contribution is tax-deductible charitable donation. Thank you!

Please make your donation by Monday, June 26 in order to be listed on the event  handbill. 

  • You can mail a check payable to: Crozet Board of Trace and send it to: CBT, P.O. Box 863, Crozet, VA 22932.  Please put  “CIDC donation” on the memo line.
  • OR you can contribute right now, online at our GoFundMe webpage.

Either way – it’s a tax-deductible donation. Thank you!

 

CCAC Meeting Agenda 12 April 2023

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Meeting at the Crozet Library   

Wednesday, April 12, 2023 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

Agenda

1. Call to Order, Agenda Review, Introductions (5 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)
Video of the April 12, 2023 meeting of the CCAC, courtesy of the Crozet Gazette.

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes –  (2 minutes; Joe Fore, chair)

3. Announcements and Updates (5 minutes)

4. Community Concerns (10 minutes)

5. Scheduled Presentations (45 minutes)

6. Committee Business  (10 minutes)

  • Officer elections

7. Other Business

8. Adjourn

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and other information at: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/boards-and-commissions/crozet

Next Regular Meeting:  May 10, 2023 at the Crozet Library



Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information and roster of members 

CCAC Overview & Duties: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/crozet-community-advisory-committee-v4

CCA Meeting Agenda March 9, 2023

Crozet Community Association Meeting Agenda
March 9, 2023 at 7:30 PM
Claudius Crozet Park Community Building
(aka old WPED radio building)

(Click here for PDF version of the agenda)

Please enter Crozet Park through the front gate on Park Road and park on the basketball courts located behind the main facility and near the Community building. Please do not park along Hilltop Street or Indigo Road.

Welcome
Agenda Review / Changes and additions from the floor.
Approval of the CCA’s last meeting’s minutes (January 12, 2023; click here for PDF version of the minutes)
Treasurer’s Report  (Dues are still just $10 for 2023!)
Albemarle County Police Department (ACPD) may visit and give an update. (Evening Patrol Division)

Presentation: Introduction to Albemarle County’s AC44Allison Wrabel and Emily Kilroy

  • About the Project & Ways to Participate and Question and Answers
  • Facilitated small group conversations to talk about community ideas for the future (worksheets and pens included).
  • Full group reflection

–> Introduction to Albemarle County’s Comprehensive Plan update, known as AC44 (opens in YouTube)

 Update and News from Ann Mallek, our county supervisor

Old Business:

  • Update on possible Architecture School project to create design(s) for old Acme Visible Records
  • Crozet Independence Day Celebration, Saturday, July 1, 2023!
    • Planning has started, deposit on fireworks made! Event will be at Crozet Park this year.
    • Volunteers needed to help with planning and putting on the event.
    • Donations for fireworks – www.gofund.me/56597ad9.

New Business:

  • Any?

Announcements: 

  • Spots are open on the Crozet Community Advisory Committee! Apply at or share: https://www.albemarle.org/government/board-of-supervisors/boards-commissions and clicks “Apply to Serve.”
  • Household Hazardous waste on Friday & Saturday, April 21 & 22 from 9AM to 2PM at IMUC
  • Bulky Waste Amnesty days:
    • Furniture/Mattresses – April 29, 2023; Appliances – May 6, 2023; Tires – May 13, 2023
  • Electronic Waste Collection Day– Saturday, April 15, 2023 from 9 A to 3P at IMUC
  • Commercial Hazardous Waste Collection– Thursday, April 20, 2023.  Qualifying businesses must pre-register with MXI Environmental by April 14th to obtain an appointment.  To register, call or email Peggy Snead at (276) 628-6636, extension 203 or peggys@mxiinc.com. There is a fee associated with disposal.
  • Details on their website at http://www.rivanna.org/hhw/

Future Agenda Items?


 The next CCA meeting is May 11, 2023 at 7:30 PM
at the Crozet Park Community Building (aka old radio building)
Join our email list by signing up at: http://CrozetCommunity.org/contact-us/

This email list is moderated, so you cannot get spam because only approved email messages are sent out.  Volume is usually 1-4 emails a month, all related to Crozet & Western Albemarle events and concerns.


The Crozet Community Association Bylaws