Resources

Historic Survey of Fry’s Spring Neighborhood (City website)

OLR Safety – Sidewalk and Drainage Project (City website)

A Survey of Regional Planning Organizations (1/12/2011)

University of Virginia’s community relations website

Charlottesville Planning Commission

Albemarle Planning Commission

Web site for the Southern Urban Area B Study, a cooperative project among the City of Charlottesville, County of Albemarle, and University of Virginia.

Fontaine Ave. study, final Report, March 28, 2005

Charlottesville Tomorrow – “A non-partisan organization dedicated to informing public opinion and policy on land use, transportation, and community design issues to ensure sensible growth and to realize the best possible future for the Charlottesville-Albemarle area.”

Charlottesville zoning map – the following zoning types are included in our neighborhood:

R-1: Single Family zoning (allows single family detached houses with one accessory apartment and a maximum of 4 unrelated persons per unit)
R-1S: Single Family Small Lot (allows single family detached houses on smaller lots with one accessory apartment and a maximum of 4 unrelated persons per unit)
R-2: Two-Family (allows single family detached, attached, and duplex units with a maximum of 4 unrelated persons per unit)

Charlottesville critical slope ordinance

City Operations Website – The City of Charlottesville maintains an interactive web map of active projects: https://gisweb.charlottesville.org/CityOperations/View.html.  Projects are sorted and can be displayed by type and sidebars provided details on the projects and their status.

My Cville App – MyCville is a simple and intuitive online and smart phone application that enables the residents of Charlottesville to request services and identify quality of life and environmental issues and report them to the appropriate department for quick resolution.  Learn more at: http://www.charlottesville.org/community/mycville-service-request.

City of Charlottesville Crime Map – The new crime map can be accessed at: https://gisweb.charlottesville.org/CrimeMap/. You can enter your zip code at the upper left to zoom into your neighborhood and select a range of dates on the upper right.