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The Pantops Master Plan was approved by the Board of Supervisors on March 17, 2008.  The approval followed the Board's March 17, 2008 Pantops Master Plan worksession, which addressed several issues raised during the September 12, 2007, Board of Supervisors Public Hearing for the Pantops Master Plan.  

Like all Albemarle County master planning efforts, the Pantops Master Plan incorporates the principles of the Neighborhood Model and provides a set of Guiding Principles to distinguish Pantops from other development areas of the County. It provides a framework for transportation, land use, design guidelines, and public infrastructure. Public participation has been critical to the development of the draft plan, with residents, property owners, and other stakeholders working with county staff and consultants to develop the five guiding principles which capture what is most important for a high quality of life in Pantops. These principles include respect for natural, historical, and scenic assets, especially the Rivanna River system, new development that fits with existing character, housing choices, improving pedestrian systems, addressing transportation issues, and providing adequate community facilities and services. 

Pantops Master Plan (Final: March 17, 2008)
Amended July 6, 2011; June 10, 2015 

Pantops Master Plan Cover Page 

Pantops Master Plan Table of Contents 

Pantops Master Plan 

Pantops Framework and Transportation Plan
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June 10, 2015)

Pantops Master Plan Implementation Plan - Land Use

Pantops Master Plan Place Types

Pantops Master Plan Parks and Green Systems Map  

 

Other Resources:

Albemarle County Comprehensive Plan 

Living in Albemarle County's Urban Areas 

Master Planning in Albemarle County 

Planning 101


Maps

Pantops Master Plan Parks and Green Systems Map

Pantops Master Plan Framework Plan - Land Use

Pantops Master Plan Implementation Plan - Land Use 

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