Planning commission approves Tractor Supply plan

Press release

The Fluvanna County Planning Commission approved a sketch plan for a proposed Tractor Supply Company development in the Lake Monticello area of the county.

SDP 19:20 was approved on Dec. 10 with a 5-0 vote. The project is slated to include a 19,097 square-foot building to be the new home of Tractor Supply Company. The store will also have 15,000 square-feet of outside display area. Tractor Supply strives to be a one-stop shop for recreational farmers, ranchers and all those who enjoy the rural lifestyle.

“We welcome Tractor Supply Company to Fluvanna County. Attraction of additional retail stores allows Fluvanna residents to do more shopping locally. Tractor Supply will be a great community member for years to come,” said Bryan Rothamel, Fluvanna’s Economic Development Coordinator.

Tractor Supply Company is also a strong contributor of rural communities including partnerships with 4-H and Future Farmers of America. The retailer also has done events for pets and animals including adoption drives, clinics and more. The company shares a desire to preserve and see rural communities thrive.

The development is being handling by The Keith Corporation of Charlotte, N.C., which has completed several Tractor Supply Company stores throughout the region, including the one in Louisa County. Fluvanna’s Economic Development Office worked with TKC to secure this project for Fluvanna County.

“We are seeing economic activity pick up in Fluvanna. Our residents have known for a while Fluvanna is a great place to live and businesses are seeing that as well. We have worked hard to make Fluvanna a business friendly community and those efforts are starting to see positive results,” said Rothamel.

This store will add 10 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs. The project brings Fluvanna’s 2019 economic activity to over $3 million of capital investment and 15 new FTE jobs for the year.

The Tractor Supply Company store will be located on South Boston Road, near the intersection of Slice Road and Abbey Road. The entrance will be approximately a quarter-mile from the lighted intersection. The 4.32 acre parcel is zoned B-1, allowing the retail use by-right. The site’s lighting and landscaping will be reviewed administratively along with the proposed commercial entrance by VDOT. Residents can contact the Community Development Department to view the sketch plan.

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