• Piedmont Sustainable Woods

    PSW promotes forest health and urban wood recovery by strengthening markets for local certified wood products in Central Virginia.

    Piedmont Sustainable Woods
  • Action 2020

    An update of the 2020 Plan: Aging in Community which represented a major effort by citizens, providers and planners within the Thomas Jefferson Planning District to make our community a great place to age.

    Action 2020
  • Homesharing

    For the community, homesharing can provide cost efficient affordable housing, community stabilization, and prevention of premature institutionalization.

    Homesharing
  • Geriatric Collaborative
    of Central Virginia

    GCCV's mission is to bring current best practices of geriatric care and gerontology education to health care professionals of the Central Virginia region.

    GCCV
  • Livable for a Lifetime

    L4L promotes the application of Universal Design in homes and communities. Universal Design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people regardless of their ability or age, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design.

    L4L
  • Cville Village

    Neighbors Helping Neighbors Age In Their Homes And Communities

    Cville Village
Programs of the TJPDC Corporation

Our Mission

To promote regional cooperation and collaboration between government, private sector and community organizations to improve the quality of life for citizens serving Charlottesville and Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa and Nelson Counties. The Corporation assists community efforts in these areas:

  • Housing
  • Environment
  • Community Development
  • Transportation
  • Workforce Development
  • Economic Development
  • The Arts
  • Universal Design


Structure

The TJPDC Corporation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation governed by a Board of Directors of at least seven and no more than thirteen members. Six directors are selected from the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission (TJPDC) to represent each locality member, with at least four being current Commissioners. Up to seven at-large directors are elected by the TJPDC Corporation Board.

Program Support

TJPDC Corporation strives to support local initiatives, some of which may have stakeholders committed to providing a community service in keeping with our mission. Some stakeholders prefer to operate as a program of the TJPDC Corporation and other rely on us a base from which to build an independent 501(c)(3). Regardless of the chosen path, programs have access to staff of the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission (TJPDC) to achieve our common goals. Functions that may be handled by TJPDC, and the staff positions involved, may include:

  • Overall program management and development
  • Administrative Support
  • Development of PR materials, web site
  • Computer equipment and software assistance
  • Financial management
  • Data tabulation and analysis
  • Grant Writing and Administration
We also provide basic business resources such as office space, equipment, telephones, printers, copiers, and meeting space at no or reduced cost.