The village of Ivy, VA, is a small, unincorporated community located along US 250 (Ivy Road), just west of Charlottesville in Albemarle County. It’s home to a population of only about 1,000 people, with Little Ivy Creek flowing through the area.
The present location of Ivy was first known as Woodville in the 19th century, and when the railroad came in 1851, the rail stop was named Woodville Depot. Within a few years the name was changed to Ivy Depot, likely after Ivy Creek. The village’s name was shortened to Ivy almost an entire century later in the 1950s. Today, Ivy maintains a number of historic sites, including Spring Hill, Woodstock Hall Tavern and Blue Ridge Swim Club, all listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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 Ivy community from our current location since 2012. We consider it a priority that Ivy 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 on Ivy Road, where we look forward to your visit.