2010 Vision & Guiding Principles
The Vision and Guiding Principles are the foundations of the Master Plan. They describe the community's ambitions and values. Updating the Master Plan means it is time to take a look at the 2010 Master Plan and make necessary updates, clarifications, and revisions. Thank you for participating in this important effort.
PRINCIPLE #1: Existing neighborhoods and the Downtown area will be preserved; new or infill development will be appropriate in scale and type to these existing growth patterns.
This principle reflects our current values.
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PRINCIPLE #2: Multiple transportation options and multi-modal infrastructure will be provided to support access throughout the community. Pedestrian and bicycle options should be provided for as alternative transportation choices.
This principle reflects our current values.
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PRINCIPLE #3: The housing stock in Crozet should continue to provide choices in affordability and building types, as it attracts people from many social and economic backgrounds.
This principle reflects our current values.
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PRINCIPLE #4: Locally grown businesses are supported for their contributions in providing both jobs and an enhanced quality of life for residents.
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PRINCIPLE #5: Crozet values, and will protect, its natural resource assets through a variety of cultivation, recreation, and conservation efforts.
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PRINCIPLE #6: Crozet will continue to encourage a sense of community through its history, diverse activities, institutions, and interests.
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PRINCIPLE #6: Community facilities and services must accommodate the changing needs of the community as it grows over time.
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