Public Data

  • 3-C Report, 2016
    2017-04-03: 2016-05-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Henrico County Growth Trends
    2016-09-01: The Growth Trends Report is an agglomeration of several statistical, demographic and economic indicators providing a growth profile for Henrico County from 1980 to present.
  • Hotel and Motel Directory
    2016-09-01: The Hotel & Motel Report is a summary of all temporary lodging facilities in Henrico County. Information is from a variety of sources including the County’s real estate database, approved Plans of Development (POD), and GIS. The report categorizes the facilities into three different categories related to their status: “Existing,” “Proposed” and “Under Construction.”
  • Multi-Family Residential Directory
    2016-09-01: The Multi-Family Report is a summary of all multi-family developments in Henrico County sorted by Magisterial District, type and status. Information is from a variety of sources including the County’s real estate database, approved Plans of Development (POD), and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
  • Shopping Center Directory
    2016-09-01: The Shopping Center Report is a summary of all Shopping Centers in Henrico County that are 10,000 square feet or larger. Information is from a variety of sources including the County’s real estate database, approved Plans of Development (POD), and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
  • Adult Housing Directory
    2016-06-01: The Adult Housing Report is a summary of all housing facilities in Henrico County that provide services exclusively to the adult population (usually those aged 55 or greater). Information is from a variety of sources including the County’s real estate database, approved Plans of Development (POD), and GIS. The report categorizes the housing facilities into four different types: Assisted Living, Health Care, Independent Living, and Alzheimer’s Care.
  • Zoning Map
    2016-05-16: Henrico County Zoning Districts
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2016 Report
    2016-05-04: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2015 Report
    2016-05-03: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2014 Report
    2016-05-02: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • 3-C Report, 2015
    2016-05-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2013 Report
    2016-05-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • Labor Force Components
    2015-08-01: The Labor Force Components Report is a summary of employment statistics for Henrico County and other related governments using data derived from the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC).
  • 3-C Report, 2014
    2015-06-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • Census Tracts/Block Groups
    2015-05-12: Henrico County Census Tracts/Block Groups Map
  • Existing Land Use
    2015-04-22: Henrico County Existing Land Use Map
  • Building Requirements
    2014-11-06: How to measure setbacks, or where can you build a shed? Diagrams provide examples of how to apply the setback requirements, yard requirements, buildable area and accessory structure regulations to a typical lot. These are only examples.
  • 3-C Report, 2013
    2014-07-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • 3-C Report, 2012
    2013-03-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2012 Report
    2013-03-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • 3-C Report, 2011
    2012-07-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • Traffic Zone Map, 2010
    2012-07-01: This map provides a breakdown of Henrico County by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs), geographic areas shaped primarily by the county’s transportation network and used to inventory demographic and housing data. The Henrico County 3-C reports provide data based on these geographies. The 2010 TAZs are currently in use.
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2011 Report
    2012-01-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • 3-C Report, 2010
    2011-12-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • Magisterial District Base Map
    2011-08-02: Magisterial District Base Map - wall size - (3.34 mb)
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2010 Report
    2011-01-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • Innsbrook Area Study
    2010-09-14: On September 14, 2010, the Board of Supervisors amended the 2026 Comprehensive Plan to implement the recommendations of the Innsbrook Study encompassing 1,351 acres, including the area of Innsbrook Office Park and the former Circuit City headquarters site. The Plan included an Urban Mixed Use designation as well as an Urban Development Area.
  • 3-C Report, 2009
    2010-05-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2009 Report
    2010-03-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • 3-C Report, 2008
    2009-05-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2008 Report
    2009-01-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • 3-C Report, 2007
    2008-06-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2006 Report
    2008-01-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2007 Report
    2008-01-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • 3-C Report, 2006
    2007-05-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • 3-C Report, 2005
    2006-07-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county.  The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs).  The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).  
  • 3-C Report, 2004
    2005-09-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 2003
    2004-08-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 2002
    2003-08-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Overlay Districts
    2003-08-01: Henrico County Overlay Districts Map
  • 3-C Report, 2001
    2002-09-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Traffic Zone Map, 2000
    2002-09-01: This map provides a breakdown of Henrico County by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs), geographic areas shaped primarily by the county’s transportation network and used to inventory demographic and housing data. The Henrico County 3-C reports provide data based on these geographies. The 2000 TAZs are applicable to 3-C reports from 2001-2010.
  • Nuckols Road/I-295 Interchange
    2002-04-24: Small Area Land Use Study - This study area is in the western section of the County at the northeast and northwest quadrants of the Nuckols Road/I-295 interchange.
  • 3-C Report, 2000
    2002-03-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Sandston Commercial Area Study
    2002-01-01: The Sandston Commercial Area Study was completed in March 2002. The Plan provides strategies and design concepts for improvements to the Williamsburg Road corridor including streetscape opportunities, infrastructure improvements, business support, and opportunities to retain the small town character.
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 2001-2005 Report
    2001-08-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • West Broad Street Development Standards
    2001-02-13: The purpose of this study was to compose the optimum land use plan for the study area that would most effectively balance the interests of property owners, residents, and surrounding development. The Recommended Design and Land Uses Plan was prepared by the Planning Staff and the Higgins/Gerstenmaier Associates consulting firm.
  • Recorded Subdivisions – 1996-2000 Report
    2001-01-01: The Single-Family Subdivision Report describes the location, number of lots, and acres in single-family subdivisions recorded each calendar year.
  • Multi-Family Development Standards
    2000-11-28: Development guidelines that will assist the development community, the Planning Commission, the Board of Supervisors, and the Planning staff in the review of multi-family developments.
  • Henrico Cemeteries
    2000-09-01: Henrico Cemeteries Listed Alphabetically by Magisterial District
  • 3-C Report, 1999
    2000-08-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 1998
    1999-10-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 1997
    1998-12-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 1996
    1997-10-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Single Family Residential Development Directory
    1996-11-01: The Single-Family Residential Development Directory lists single-family subdivisions recorded in Henrico County prior to 1996.
  • 3-C Report, 1995
    1996-05-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 1994
    1995-05-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 1993
    1994-06-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 1992
    1993-06-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • 3-C Report, 1991
    1992-06-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Traffic Zone Map, 1990
    1992-06-01: This map provides a breakdown of Henrico County by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs), geographic areas shaped primarily by the county’s transportation network and used to inventory demographic and housing data. The Henrico County 3-C reports provide data based on these geographies. The 1990 TAZs are applicable to 3-C reports from 1991-2000.
  • 3-C Report, 1990
    1992-01-01: The annual 3-C Report, produced by the Department of Planning, provides population estimates and acreage by land use categories in the county. The data is reported by Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs). The report is required by federal legislation (Federal Highway Act of 1962) as a condition for receiving federal funds in urbanized areas (areas with a population of 50,000 or more).
  • Landscape Manual
    1991-11-15: A manual to assist meeting the landscaping, tree cover, screen and buffer requirements, transitional buffering, and design standards of Section 22-106.2 OF CHAPTER 22 OF THE CODE OF THE COUNTY OF HENRICO, VIRGINIA
  • Williamsburg Road/Technology Boulevard Corridor Study
    On December 10, 2002, the Board of Supervisors amended the 2010 Land Use Plan to recommend land use changes within the southern intersections of I-64 and I-295 to provide opportunities for planned industries and mixed development compatible with existing land use trends in the area.
  • Church Road/Pump Road Proposed Land Use Study
    On March 3, 2004 the Board of Supervisors amended the 2010 Land Use Plan to recommend land uses and strategies for future development surrounding the intersection of Church and Pump Roads. The recommendations took into account the realignment and improvements of the intersection and focused on creating a unified village concept through common architectural themes, enhanced landscaping and sidewalks.
  • Scott Road Small Area Land Use Study
    On November 25, 2004, the Board of Supervisors amended the 2010 Land Use Plan and Major Thoroughfare Plan recommending Office and Office/Service land uses and concept roads, including Magellen Parkway, for future road improvements.
  • Chapter 19 – Subdivision Ordinance
    Chapter 19 of the Henrico County Municipal Code (see County Attorney for full document)
  • Chapter 24 – Zoning Ordinance
    Chapter 24 of the Henrico County Municipal Code (see County Attorney for full document)
  • Blue Public Hearing Sign
    Did you happen to see a big blue sign with the County Seal and the words “Public Hearing”? The sign indicates that a property owner has applied for rezoning, a use permit, or a variance. This is an interactive map of signs currently posted, along with the case number, the date and time of the hearing, and contact information for the planner handling the case.
  • Nine Mile Road Special Strategy Area
    The Nine Mile Road Corridor is an area which has evolved from a predominantly agricultural area to a suburban mixed-use corridor made up largely of commercial, residential, and institutional uses. At its April 24, 2001 meeting, the Board of Supervisors designated this corridor as a Special Strategy Area on the County’s 2010 Comprehensive Plan.

 

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