Our Mission To inform and educate interested citizens about issues and challenges facing the county; to prepare its citizens for involvement, and to encourage their participation in keeping Fluvanna a desirable place to live, work, and enjoy life.

Our Goal In order to achieve this mission, the continuing goal is to provide educational opportunities that will develop a group of county citizens who will be motivated to participate in current and future county activities.

   We’re Now Accepting Applications for FLDP Class 14

HOW do the county government and the schools use your tax $$$?

 WHAT are Fluvanna’s plans for economic development and job creation?

 WHO should you go to when you need help?

 WHERE can you learn what’s fact and what’s fiction in Fluvanna?

The Fluvanna Leadership Development Program provides answers to those questions, and so much more.  You’ll have an opportunity to talk face-to-face with all senior county officials.  You’ll meet those involved with the county’s emergency services, social services and schools.  You’ll go on an all-day bus tour of county sites–some that even natives seldom see–such as the Rosenwald schools, wineries, the Tenaska Power Plant and local businesses.

6:30 – 9:00 pm beginning in September and concluding in March. Topics for discussion include Fluvanna County history, government, economic development, natural resources and rural preservation, human services, and the school system.

Enrollment is limited. Applications are available from the Extension Office or online from this website. They must be returned with the $50 registration fee.Classes meet twice a month, September to March.  The $50 tuition includes the bus tour & lunch, and a graduation dinner. A summary of this year’s schedule can be viewed here:
2016-17 Class 14 Schedule

Click on the word “Application” on the menu bar above for instructions on applying online or to download a hard copy of the application form.

The Board of Supervisors sponsor this program that also receives support from the Fluvanna Ruritan Club, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Cooperative Extension Office.

Listen to FLDP Executive Committee member Mike Feazel discuss the program on WINA radio: