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Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

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Charlottesville, Virginia, is a historic city known for its association with Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and districts that define Charlottesville:

Streets and Roads:

  1. Main Street: Central to downtown Charlottesville, Main Street includes the pedestrian-friendly Downtown Mall, lined with shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
  2. Jefferson Park Avenue (JPA): Runs through a residential and student area, connecting the University of Virginia to various neighborhoods and parks.
  3. Emmet Street (Route 29): A major north-south artery through Charlottesville, providing access to the University of Virginia, shopping centers, and residential areas.
  4. West Main Street: Connects the Downtown Mall to the University of Virginia, featuring a mix of historic buildings, restaurants, and hotels.
  5. Preston Avenue: An important thoroughfare that runs parallel to Main Street, providing access to local businesses, residential areas, and schools.
  6. Ivy Road (Route 250): Connects Charlottesville to the west, including the affluent neighborhoods and the University of Virginia’s west grounds.

City Districts and Neighborhoods:

  1. Downtown Mall: A vibrant pedestrian mall in the heart of Charlottesville, featuring shops, restaurants, theaters, and public spaces.
  2. The Corner: A lively area adjacent to the University of Virginia, popular with students for its restaurants, bars, and shops.
  3. Belmont: A historic and diverse neighborhood southeast of downtown, known for its local restaurants, charming homes, and community feel.
  4. Fry’s Spring: A residential neighborhood with a mix of historic homes and modern developments, located near the Fry’s Spring Beach Club.
  5. Barracks Road: An area centered around the Barracks Road Shopping Center, featuring a variety of stores, dining options, and services.
  6. North Downtown: A primarily residential area north of the Downtown Mall, known for its historic homes and tree-lined streets.
  7. Venable: Located near the University of Virginia, this neighborhood is home to many university faculty, students, and historic buildings.
  8. Rugby Road-University Circle-Venable Neighborhood Historic District: A historic district with grand homes and proximity to the university.

Notable Areas:

  • University of Virginia (UVA): Founded by Thomas Jefferson, the university’s campus is a central feature of Charlottesville, known for its historic Rotunda and Academical Village.
  • Monticello: The historic home of Thomas Jefferson, located just outside of Charlottesville, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and major tourist attraction.
  • Rivanna Trail: A network of trails around Charlottesville, providing recreational opportunities and access to natural areas.

These streets, roads, and districts highlight Charlottesville’s rich history, educational prominence, and vibrant community life.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.