If you have ever walked/run/biked the trails, volunteered for a CTC workday, attended the annual 5K, or simply support our efforts to plan and build the Crozet Connector Trail, please join the Crozet Trails Crew as we strut our stuff in the Crozet Independence Day Parade and Celebration this Saturday, July 5! Wear your CTC (or other Crozet-related) T-shirt, bring a bag of candy to throw (no chocolate please), and meet at the Crozet Elementary School parking lot at 3:45-4:00 pm (note new earlier time) (parade begins at 5:00 pm). Look for Bob Dombrowe on his tractor with our banner; as the parade line-up is determined, we may be moved to a side street. We will have bottled water for participants, but bringing your own can’t hurt!
When we arrive at Crozet Park, CTC will be staffing the Starr Hill Beer Tent and CTC information table at the CIDC from 6:00-10:00 pm. The beer truck slots are filled, but the CIDC itself has many more job openings! Please support the Crozet Park (as they support us) by volunteering a couple of hours to make our hometown July 4th celebration a success. Sign up to volunteer at www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E054CAEAA23A13-crozet5 and thanks in advance!
At our last workday, we erected signs provided by Albemarle County outlining the trail’s purpose and rules. We also mapped the path of a future connection from Foothill Crossing to the Crozet Connector Trail.
Registration is now up and running for the 4th annual Crozet Trails Crew 5k Trail Run on Saturday, October 11, 2014. More info and RaceIt signup link at http://crozettrailscrew.org/crozet-trail-days/about-the-2014-ctc-5k-race/
Our next CTC monthly meeting is Thursday, July 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm at Anna’s Pizza.
Have a Glorious Fourth!
Be sure to stop by the beautiful new kiosk near the baseball field at Crozet Park , built by Eagle Scout Aaron Cole, with slate tiles laid by the Crozet Trails Crew and murals painted by WAHS art students. It features a full map of the proposed greenway and trail system. Check it out!
Some things to note:
This Friday, June 20th is Picnic in the Park at Crozet Park. 6-8:30pm. Admission to the picnic is FREE! Bring your blanket, chairs, and your favorite games and just hang out.Our locally owned Blue Ridge Pizza Truck and Ben and Jerry’s will be available for sale or you can bring your own picnic. Walk there on the trails if you can!
Thursday, June 26th is the next CTC monthly meeting-- Anna’s Pizza 6:30 – 8:00 pm - all are welcome!
Saturday, June 28th is the next CTC workday. Dan Mahon will lead the workday and we will be installing sings and posts along the Crozet Connector Trail. Meet at the end of Summerdean Road in Westhall at 8:30 am.
The Crozet Independance Day parade and celebration will take place on Saturday, July 5th!! Crozet Trails Crew will be walking in the parade (meet at 4:30 pm at Crozet Elementary and look for Bob and his tractor). More details coming later. Contact Bob Dombrowe for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
And in general news:
- The sidewalk along Crozet Avenue is almost complete. It will be nice to walk on. Too bad it doesn’t continue up Tabor street though ;(
- We are working on getting the final easements for the Crozet Connector Trail through eastern Crozet. Stay tuned and trail map coming this summer.
- Looks like we might “build” a trail along Crozet Avenue from Jarman’s Gap road south to Route 250. More info coming soon. (Woo hoo! Clover is especially excited about this one!
Thursday, May 22nd, 6:30-8pm at Anna’s Pizza in the Old Trail neighborhood in Crozet.
Also, the Crozet Trails Crew has adopted the Crozet rest stop for the Bike MS ride on Sunday, June 15th. (http://bikevab.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR/Bike/VABBikeEvents?fr_id=22886&pg=entry). The rest stop will be next to the Crozet Great Valu, and we will need 4 people to staff it from 8-12 and again from 12-4. We did this last year and it was so much fun and very inspirational. We can add as much CTC/Crozet flair as we wish to our rest stop! The more creative and fun, the better. Please sign up here: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C084EA5AE22A13-bike
And it’s getting to be this time of year again, so get ready!:
The Claudius Crozet Park (CCP) is a 22-acre community park located in the heart of Crozet. As a community owned and operated park since its inception in 1958, the Park relies heavily on a broad base of volunteers and partners from across the community.
Over the next three months, the CCP Board of Directors is coordinating an update to the Park’s master plan. The master plan establishes the vision for the many ways community members use the Park. In order to tie future Park development to community needs, we are conducting a community-wide survey. This survey will take about ten minutes of your time and your answers are anonymous.
Please follow this link to take the survey:
The survey will be open until June 15th.