The Crozet Gazette Launches New Annual Crozet A to Z Guide


The Crozet Gazette Launches New Annual Crozet A to Z Guide

Crozet (October, 2011) – The Crozet Gazette is excited to announce the publication of Crozet A to Z: A Guide to Western Albemarle. This free guidebook and directory will be published annually, covering western Albemarle and northern Nelson counties, including Crozet, Ivy, White Hall, Free Union, Greenwood, Batesville, North Garden, Afton and Nellysford. The 2011-2012 Crozet A to Z is now available and can be found everywhere The Crozet Gazette is, as well as at the Charlottesville, Albemarle, Nelson and Waynesboro visitor centers.

The guide, intended for newcomers, tourists, perspective home-buyers, and long-timers alike, is in an 8×5-inch, glossy, color format. It includes maps, historical information, a local weather almanac, area attractions, government services, restaurants, directory information for all businesses and organizations in the area, and a peek into life in foothills of the Blue Ridge.

Michael Marshall, publisher, says, “We heard from local businesses and professionals that Crozet-area residents, tourists and newcomers have been looking for just this kind of resource. Reader response has been very enthusiastic for the guide’s usefulness and its insight into our hometown.”

Crozet A to Z is the go-to directory for the Crozet area. It will be published annually in early summer. The advertising deadline for the 2012-2013 edition is April 1, 2012.

For more information, contact The Crozet Gazette at 434-466-8939 or 434-249-4211, or email guide @

The Crozet Gazette is a free-distribution, community newspaper serving western Albemarle County. It features crisp news reporting and revealing interviews, all told with our distinctive local accents, plus calendar and classified services. The Gazette publishes on the first Thursday of the month. Look for it around town and on store counters where you like to shop or download the latest here. If you want the neighborhood news around western Albemarle and northern Nelson, read the Crozet Gazette.