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Comprehensive Plans

Virginia law requires every locality to create a Comprehensive Plan to guide "physical development of the territory within its jurisdiction." This plan must also be reviewed every several years.

The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors adopted an updated plan in June 2015. Charlottesville is currently undertaking a review of its plan with a goal of having it updated by the summer of 2018.

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by Sean Tubbs | January 04, 2018
The Charlottesville Planning Commission is hoping to conclude its work updating the city’s Comprehensive Plan by June, a deadline set by the previous City Council. “At some point, we’re just going to have to say we’re as ready as we’re going to be,” said Commissioner John ...
Credit: City of Charlottesville
The land use map from the 2013 Charlottesville Comprehensive Plan
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