Pay your bill for a false alarm fee or reinstate emergency response to your security alarm at your business or residence.
Henrico County's Alarm Ordinance requires registration of security alarm systems for businesses and residences.
Curbside bagged leaf pickup will begin on November 1, 2017 and continue through February 18, 2018. Department of Public Utilities’ staff will tour each area 2 times throughout the scheduled pickup season.
Henrico Master Gardeners are trained volunteer educators. They work within their local communities to encourage and promote environmentally sound horticulture practices through sustainable landscape management education and training.
We will pick up large items such as furniture, appliances, and yard waste such as brush and tree limbs.
The Child and Family Services Program works with children between the ages of 3 and 13 who are experiencing emotional and behavioral problems
The Henrico Citizens’ Fire Academy is open to any interested participant 18 years of age and older.
Learn more about Henrico's Community Policing and who your community officer is.
You may request an officer or crime prevention specialist to speak at or attend your next meeting or event. We offer a variety of topics and programs to choose from.
View this Community Resource Guide to find out how you can help resolve quality of life issues that affect you, your family, and your neighborhood.
Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services is committed to delivering high quality services. Programs are licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services. Professional staff includes case managers, intellectual disability specialists, clinical social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, and prevention specialists. Extensive supervision and consultation is provided to all staff and professional development is required. Ongoing evaluation of programs is conducted to assure high quality services.
Provides kindergarten through twelfth grade students and opportunity to share their thoughts about soil, water and other natural resources through art.
The owner of a vehicle may contest the parking violation in Court.
Training in CPR and first aid is offered to citizens by the Henrico County volunteer rescue squads.
Curbside recycling program offered to Henrico residents by Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA)
We offer a continuum of services through our state accredited facilities and in the community at large such as supported employment, group employment including enlcaves/mobile work crews and sheltered employment at a workshop and skills building training programs.
A dog license is required for dogs four months of age or older unless the dog is used as a service dog. Licenses must be obtained no later than 30 days after a dog turns four months old or within 30 days of the expiration date on the license receipt. Kennel licenses are due on January 1st and no later than January 31st of each year and are paid annually.
A soil test can provide information on the proper amount of lime and fertilizer to apply to your lawn, garden and other areas of your landscape.
Drop-off recycling centers are located throughout the County at most fire stations and the public use areas at the Charles City Road and Springfield Road Landfills.
Learn when EMS continuing education is available.
Connecting seniors to services offered within the local County departments and in the region.
The Henrico County Master Gardeners, in conjunction with the Henrico Extension Office, are offering assistance to Henrico residents providing on-site consultations regarding the care and health of trees.
Business located within the Henrico Enterprise Zone are eligible for financial and other assistance from both the County of Henrico and the Commonwealth of Virginia for business expansion and improvements to business property.
Envirothon is a natural resources competition for high school students.
The Faith Community Coalition is a crime prevention program designed for those mainly in the administrative level in Henrico's faith community, but all are welcome.
Our family planning services are designed to help men and women know their options for planning future pregnancies and preventing unplanned pregnancies.
A Male Support Group Sponsored by Henrico County Department of Social Services
File a Standing Water Complaint
File a zoning ordninance violation complaint.
Find if there is a Community Cleanup scheduled near you.
Use an address to find the current Henrico County Public School assignments.
The Henrico County Division of Fire will provide Fire Extinguisher Training to County Employees and Community Groups. The program includes a lecture on the types of fires most likely encountered, extinguishment theory, and the proper way to use an extinguisher safely. There will likely be a demonstration and / or the participants may have an opportunity to use a simulator or discharge a real extinguisher. This is a familiarization program, not a certification class. Ideal class size: 12 - 15 students. A Community Services Firefighter will make this 40 – 60 minute presentation.
Information on legality of fireworks in Henrico County
Free Mulch is available at our two public use areas
Donate a new stuffed animal to support this program.
How to have a civil process document served by a deputy
Henrico Alert is one of the many tools that Henrico County Public Safety officials can use to notify you of critical information like evacuation notices to missing child alerts
Watch HCTV programs online or on Comcast Ch 17 or Verizon Ch 39.
The Police Division invites all multi-family housing community managers and owners to join HPAC.
Support, join, or volunteer for this program that serves Henrico County youths in grades K-12.
Does your neighborhood have a Homeowners Association (HOA)? Use the Lookup feature to examine the boundaries of an HOA and identify common areas. If you have any questions or comments about the Lookup call 501-4757.
Assist current homeowners with improvements to their homes with both minor and emergency repairs and moderate rehabilitation.
The Homeowner’s Enhancement Guide is a means to help property owners envision an improved and more comfortable home for the future.
Childhood and select adult immunizations available by appointment.
Babies begin to learn and develop from the moment they are born. Some babies and children may need more help to learn than others. The Infant & Toddlers Services help children who are not developing as expected or who have a condition that can delay typical development. Some children need help in only one area of development such as speech or motor skills, while other children may have more general delays due to conditions such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or problems related to premature birth.
4-H provides a large variety of educational learning opportunities and experiences. Leadership, citizenship, and life skills are taught through learn-by-doing projects, local club programs, and 4-H camps, as well as at county, district, state, and national events.
SMART Lawns is a seasonal, comprehensive program that teaches a step-by-step approach to building healthy lawns and provides participants a plan tailored to fit their specific lawn-care needs.
The Junior Master Gardener program is an international youth gardening program of the university cooperative Extension network. JMG engages children in novel, “hands-on” group and individual learning experiences that provide a love of gardening, develop an appreciation for the environment, and cultivate the mind.