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 About Crozet
Crozet Master PlanCrozet was named for Col. Claudius Crozet
The community of Crozet began as a whistle stop on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad in 1876.  Crozet was named for Colonel B. Claudius Crozet (1789-1864), a French born civil engineer and artillery officer under Napoleon who is best remembered as the chief engineer for the seventeen mile long railroad tunnel through the Blue Ridge Mountains. Crozet has a unique history of agriculture, small business enterprises, and a dynamic civic spirit.
 Crozet News & Updates

Utility Relocation Project in Crozet Currently Underway
Crozet residents should be aware of some potential traffic disruptions due to a utility relocation project currently underway on Crozet Avenue, Tabor Street, High Street and The Square. The utility relocation is an integral part of the larger Downtown Crozet Streetscape Project which will enhance the downtown Crozet area.

 The Crozet Master Plan

Crozet was selected for the first Master Plan by the Board of Supervisors in October 2001, based on the community's strong interest and high level of development activity. The Crozet Master Plan was completed in 2004, and updated on October 13, 2010. 

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 The Crozet Community Advisory Committee

The Board has appointed 15 citizens to the Crozet Community Advisory Committee, an advisory committee that provides assistance to County staff and the Board of Supervisors on civic/community issues related to implementation of the Crozet Master Plan.

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 Staff Contact Information

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Please email Elaine Echols with questions or for more details or call (434) 296-5832 ext 3252.