Please fill out this form and submit with payment and 4 copies of plans to Lisa Chenault in Public Works (3rd floor) of the Annex building located at 4301 East Parham Road.
Application for a commercial building permit (new buildings, alterations/additions, moving, demolition, tenant upfits, tents and trailers).
Henrico Police provides support to business owners through Community Officers, programs, and resources.
Application for Business License
Partial Real Estate Tax Exemption Program for qualifying Rehabilitated or Renovated Multi-Family, Commercial/Industrial, and Hotel/Motel when rehabilitated for residential use properties.
Application for an electrical permit (commercial and residential).
Before opening a new or extensively remodeled foodservice facility or transferring ownership, the foodservice operator must obtain a foodservice permit from the Henrico County Health Department.
Hauling Permit process.
Before opening a new or extensively remodeled lodging facility (hotel, Bed & Breakfast, Campground, Summer Camp) or transferring ownership, the lodging operator must obtain a lodging permit from the Henrico County Health Department.
Application for a mechanical permit (includes commercial and residential, mechanical, fire suppression and elevator).
A Health Permit is required for Class II, III, and IV Mobile Food Units before they can be licensed to operate.
An Adult Business Permit is required to open an adult oriented/adults only business in Henrico County.
To become a pawnbroker in Henrico County, you must meet certain requirements and get a permit.
Precious Metals and Gems Dealer Permit Application
The power for localities to regulate land uses, given to it by the Commonwealth, includes approval of zoning changes in the form of a rezoning and expansion of uses through the Provisional Use Permit process. The following applications are for use in the rezoning and Provisional Use Permit process. Depending on the type and other aspects of the case, not all of the forms will be needed.
All persons serving food to the public must have a permit for each temporary event.
The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) is appointed by the Circuit Court to provide relief from the zoning regulations in certain circumstances. The following applications may be granted based upon specific criteria found in the Code of Virginia (e.g. for variances, whether the zoning ordinance would unreasonably restrict the use of the property; for conditional use permits, whether the request is consistent with the comprehensive plan and zoning ordinance and will not a have a detrimental impact on nearby property). Extraction operations must also comply with county regulations, as well as with regulations administered by the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. The BZA also hears appeals when a property owner believes they have been aggrieved by a decision of the Planning Director or other County official in the administration of the zoning ordinance.