Entrance Corridor Review Board

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City of Charlottesville

Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of every month at 530 p.m.

Place: City Council Chambers - City Hall

Membership: 7 members (must be City residents, qualified by knowledge and experience to make decisions on questions of community growth and development, provided that at least half the members be property owners)

Term: 4 years

Purpose: Charlottesville's Entrance Corridor Review Board (ERB) is responsible for reviewing applications for certificates of appropriateness in entrance corridor districts, which are designated significant routes of tourist access to the City. The ERB ensures through design review (streetscapes, sites, and buildings) that corridor development is compatible with the City’s historic, architectural and cultural resources. The ERB also acts in an advisory role to City Council. They recommend new entrance corridors, and are responsible for updating the entrance corridor design guidelines.

Contact: Neighborhood Development Services at 434-970-3182.