The Village of Rivanna development area is located east of the City of Charlottesville and south of Route 250 East (Map)
The Vision for the Village of Rivanna, developed by citizens within the Village, is for a distinct small community surrounded by rural Albemarle. Medium and low density residential neighborhoods will have easy access to the Village Center through multiple modes of travel. The community will preserve historic features, provide open spaces for recreation, and focus commercial activity within the Village Center. The Village of Rivanna Master Plan is intended to provide guidance on where and how new residential and nonresidential uses should develop in the Village of Rivanna development area. It is further intended to make recommendations on the future of Route 250 East across the northern boundary of the development area. Finally, its purpose is to guide the timing of new development in the Village.The Village of Rivanna Community Advisory Committee is guided by two key documents, the Fact Sheet and the Rules of Procedure.
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The Village of Rivanna Community Advisory Committee (PCAC) is appointed by the Board of Supervisors to provide assistance to County staff and to the community on issues related to implementation of the Master Plan in accordance with established county procedures. Council members will communicate with their constituencies to increase understanding of and support for successful implementation of the Master Plan. The membership is broad-based to incorporate a variety of perspectives and ideas and to provide citizens, business community members, and representatives of community groups a chance to be engaged and to be heard in a constructive and meaningful way.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS: (click name below to e-mail a committee member)