Mill Creek South is a community of approximately 210 houses, built just south of Charlottesville, VA. Designed and constructed by Craig Builders in 1993-1994, the residents of Mill Creek South take pride in not only the visual unity evident in the architechture, but the welcoming and friendly atmosphere that can be felt throughout the neighborhood.

In the years since Mill Creek South was built, its residents have completed several improvement projects designed to increase the beauty and function of the neighborhood. As can be seen in the illustration below, a pond has been created, a playground installed, and walking trails have been blazed in the surrounding woods. Annual festivities have also been created, including an Easter Egg Hunt and Halloween Party, which provide opportunities for neighbors to better know each other.

If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about what Mill Creek South has to offer, feel free to contact the Homeowner’s Association Board of Directors for more information.

Mill Creek South Lot Divisions

Lot numbers and roads included in Mill Creek South

6 Responses to Community

  1. Dave Segars says:

    Segars Engineering will be presenting a program before the HOA meeting tonight at Cale Elementary school tonight at 7PM. The topic will be going Green in Mill Creek South. Hope to see you there!

  2. Joe Reagan says:

    Dave on the topic of “going green” has the board considered going to the proper authorities about extending CAT service to Mill Creek South and the other Avon St ext neighborhoods?

    All they would have to do is extend the PVCC route a little bit. I would walk to the top of the hill if it meant not having to deal with driving to work.

    Do other neighbors feel the same way?

    Have a great day

    • david says:

      Joe, thanks for the comment. I believe it’s come up before, but I am not aware that we have approached the authorities in any formal way. We were expecting to get a bus line in with the advent of Biscuit Run, but that obviously fell through. Would you happen to have any contacts?
      -David Robinson

  3. Joe Reagan says:

    Not a one. Seeing as the CAT belongs to the city (at least I think it does) I would think if the board (on behalf of the residents of Mill Creek South) submitted a letter to the county supervisors asking them to look into it that would probably be a good start. I emailed the CAT people through their website if I get a response Ill let you know.

  4. Joe Reagan says:

    From the CAT-

    It has been in CAT’s development plan to tweak an existing route so that it comes down Avon St. to PVCC. However, when this was proposed last year to City council, it was rejected. This proposal may be pitched again this year, but I cannot guarantee its approval. Additionally, because Mill Creek is in the County, ultimately it is the County’s decision to request service out to that area. Please contact your Supervisor or Albemarle County Planning Commission to request service to that area to help facilitate service to your area.

    If you have further questions on this issue, please let me know. I will try to assist you in any way.

    Thank you.

    Juwhan Lee

    Operations Manager

    Charlottesville Area Transit

    (Office) 434-970-3892

    (Cell) 434-566-3626

  5. david says:

    Here’s a note from County Supervisor Christopher Dumler’s newsletter:

    At May 2nd’s day meeting, the Board voted to add to the County’s list of priority primary transportation projects several items, including transit improvement projects to provide new public transit service to Avon Street and the surrounding subdivisions. This project is also being included in the County’s Comprehensive Plan, and has been identified in the Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT) Transit Development Plan for possible implementation in the next 3-5 years.

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