Crozet, VA, is located in Albemarle County just off Interstate 64, about 12 miles west of Charlottesville. Originally called “Wayland’s Crossing,” it was renamed in 1870 for Colonel Claudius Crozet, the civil engineer of the nearby Blue Ridge Tunnel. Crozet today covers 3.7 square miles of land with a population of about 6,000 people.
As a railroad town in its early days, Crozet was important as a transportation hub for local apple and peach growers. The area has since grown more culturally diverse, attracting many outdoor enthusiasts. Thanks to its location in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Crozet is known for its natural scenery, offering such popular outdoor locations as Mint Springs Valley Park and Beaver Creek Lake. The town has also seen a recent upswing in housing development.
When it comes to maintaining your car or truck, the right hands make all the difference in delivering the auto repairs you need to get back on the road without issue. Scott’s Ivy Exxon has been in business since 1991, serving the Crozet community from our current location since 2012. We consider it a priority that Crozet drivers are always satisfied and safe behind the wheel, and we’ll do everything possible to ease the process for you. Our shop is conveniently located in nearby Charlottesville, where we look forward to your visit.