Bulletin Board | Resources

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Henrico County Hispanic American employees
September 15 – October 15 is Hispanic American Heritage Month

Visit the MCE Hispanic Heritage page for celebration events.

Reynolds Community College 50th Anniversary Celebration

50Fest: Reynolds and Henrico County Celebrate

Saturday, Oct. 1 on the Parham Road Campus.
50Fest is a family-friendly outdoor event celebrating 50 years of educating the Henrico community and beyond. Free and open to the public! Activities will include live music, food trucks, inflatable amusements, face painting, balloon artist, raffles, interactive activities hosted by Reynolds faculty and staff, a “touch-a-truck” area, and more! Visit reynolds.edu/50/ for more information.

4-H Open House – The Henrico 4-H Open House will showcase local 4-H clubs, fall and summer camps, contest/expos, volunteer opportunities, and more! 4-H agents, club leaders, and youth members will be there to answer any questions. Youth will be able to sign-up for clubs, fall day camps, and other upcoming activities.
Facebook Event: fb.me/e/3unKf3lXt

2022 Bond Referendum: Overview

Bond Brochures Translated (Available in 15 languages)

Become a Henrico 911 Public Safety Dispatcher!

Henrico 911 Dispatcher Virtual Session

The HCPD recruiting unit is hosting an information session to provide answers to any questions you may have about the position.

Thursday, Oct. 6 – 6 p.m. – WebEx link

Apply at henrico.us/services/jobs/ search with the keyword “dispatcher”

For more information, visit henrico.us/calendar/shred-it-to-protect-it-2/

Henrico Mental Health and Developmental Services Presents: Fall 2022’s Youth Empowerment Series (Yes!)

FREE!!! Check out speakers and RSVP at HenricoYES.eventbite.com


Henrico Adult Education

Empowering Our Community Through Education Explore the many opportunities available to prepare for your future. blogs.henrico.k12.va.us/adulteducation/:

GED Program

Learn English

General Adult Education Classes

Licensed Practical Nursing LPN Program

Fall Catalog

HCPS Students & Families Links

Student & Families is a one-stop reference page on the Henrico County Public Schools site for direct links to frequently requested and accessed information. Bookmark henricoschools.us/students-families/ to use and share.

Report student concerns to school officials

NEW Anonymous Alerts: This safety and anti-bullying reporting system enables those with safety concerns to establish encrypted, anonymous two-way communication with administrators. Click here for more details about HCPS Anonymous Alerts.

Henrico HEROES Mentoring Program

Engagement + Learning

Extension Office

Henrico 4-H Youth Development offers amazing opportunities and events for youth in Henrico. Visit Henrico 4-H for information or contact Carter Humphries at (804) 501-5160 or ccd296@vt.edu.

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Henrico County Public Library

Enjoy Henrico County Public Library online and in person.

More to explore

Back-to-School Support




Henrico County Public Library Bookmarks

HCPL Reading Black Authors Book Mark
HCPL Reading Black Authors Book Mark
HCPL LGBTQIA+ Authors Book Mark
HCPL LGBTQIA+ Authors Book Mark

Virginia Museum of History & Culture Becoming Citizens Class Oct. 26 – Dec. 14, 2022

Starting this fall, the Virginia Museum of History & Culture will be offering our Becoming Citizens classes to people preparing to take the U.S. citizenship test. These classes are 100% free. We will be teaching the civics and history lessons necessary to pass the citizenship examination by offering students the unique opportunity to personally interact with our museum’s original historical objects, maps, books, and documents.


Eight consecutive Wednesday evenings from October 26 to December 14, 2022.

Classes are from 6:30–8:00 p.m.


Pre-registration is recommended, but students can register at the door on the evening of the first class. Students should possess the ability to read, write, and speak basic English.

Register online at VirginiaHistory.org/Citizenship, or contact Sam Florer at sflorer@virginiahistory.org or call 804.342.9672.

Health + Wellness

Stay Cool at HCPL and Recreation & Parks Locations!

Henrico County Public Library (HCPL) and Henrico County Recreation & Parks recreation centers welcome the community to stay cool during high temperatures and to enjoy the resources, programs and activities. Find and share library and recreation center hours, contact, information and locations.

Extension Office | Virginia Tech CareEx | For more information, call (540) 231-9250

National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

If you have questions about NHANES, talk to our study representatives (855) 958-0631
Mon. – Fri., 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST
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Today’s a great day to schedule your child’s immunizations!

The State of Virginia requires that children must be up-to-date on physicals and immunizations for school and for learning virtually. The Richmond and Henrico Health Districts and their partners have developed materials to assist parents in making informed choices about immunization. You can protect your child from preventable diseases by making sure they get their immunizations on time.

Please scan and email your child’s immunization record to our encrypted inbox prior to your appointment:      

Bring your child’s immunization records to the appointment.

Please note that while the Richmond and Henrico Health Districts do not charge for immunizations, some of our partners may. Additionally, most pediatricians will perform an exam which could add an additional cost. For more information, visit vdh.virginia.gov/richmond-city/childhood-immunization/.

Henrico County Health District “Today’s A Great Day To…” Coloring Pages

Housing Resources

Assistance for individuals in need of housing. The Housing Resource Line (HRL) (804) 422-5061 and online Housing Hotline. Hours of operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

Assistance for individuals who are homeless or are facing homelessness. Homeless Connection Line (HCL) (804) 972-0813. Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday – Friday; 1-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

Struggling to pay your mortgage due to COVID-19? Assistance is now available for Virginia homeowners. For more information, visit virginiamortgagerelief.com.

Job Postings + Trainings

Hiring Process Open for Police Officer and Animal Protection Police Officer – Apply Today!

75th Basic Police Academy
Applications: Nov. 5-Dec. 13
Academy: Begins March 28, 2023

76th Basic Police Academy
Applications: Dec. 14-Mar. 7
Academy: Begins June 20, 2023

Accepting Applications for State Certified Jail Deputies/Jailors

If you are currently a Jail Deputy or Jailor in the State of Virginia, we are accepting applications from certified applicants. Once employment with the Henrico Sheriff’s Office is confirmed, pre-certified applicants attend a modified academy or in-service training to become familiar with the Henrico County Sheriff’s office operations and policies.

Virginia Refugee Healing Partnership FREE Interpreter Training Course for future Behavioral Health Interpreters and Educational Interpreters


The Virginia Refugee Healing Partnership offers FREE ONLINE ORAL INTERPRETER TRAINING to qualified Virginia residents and a percentage of qualified out-of-state applicants. Two tracks for Interpreting in Clinical Setting (CL) and Interpreting in Educational Setting (ES) are offered in three levels and the training of trainers.

The Virginia Refugee Healing Partnership Health Interpreter Training is free and open to the public. Participants are responsible for purchasing the training materials.

  • Manual, workbook and glossary at Blue Dragon Publishing: $75 printed copy; $35 eBook options

For questions and information, contact Eva P. Stitt, PhD, BHIT3, Refugee Behavioral Health State Coordinator Manager, Behavioral Health Interpreting Program Office of Behavioral Health Wellness Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services at (804) 837-3808.

Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) Job Opportunities

Public Safety

Division of Fire

CodeRED – Emergency Information

Visit henricoalert.org to sign up for CodeRED and begin receiving emergency information today.

Henrico County Police Division

Chief English announces new Vision, Mission, Values and Guiding Principle for Henrico Police

Sheriff’s Office

Henrico Happenings – Episode 31 – Sheriff Alisa Gregory

Support Resources

EngAGE in Henrico: Resources for Older Citizens

Select the image to access the full EngAGE Fall Newsletter

Subscribe to the quarterly newsletter today!

Information and Referral Services

Henrico County’s Community Resource Line –  804-501-5294

211 Virginia – Dial 2-1-1 

Senior Connections – The Capital Area Agency on Aging, 804-343-3000 

Need help with heating or cooling? Find out if you are eligible at CommonHelp.
Applications for help with your heating and cooling bills or equipment needs are accepted online, by calling the Enterprise Customer Service Center at (855) 635 – 4370, and at your local department of social services.

Cooling Assistance applications closed August 16, 2022

Free Box Fan or AC Unit for Eligible Seniors. The Senior Cool Care Assistance Program provides single room fans, window air conditioners and now portable air conditioners to elderly Virginians who live within Dominion Energy’s service area and who meet eligibility requirements. Seniors must be 60 or older, be at or below 150% of the poverty level and need additional cooling at home. Seniors can contact Senior Connections at 804-343-3000 for more information.


Bill Payment Assistance

EnergyShare is a crisis program of last resort that helps pay energy bills for any type of heating and cooling source (wood, oil, natural gas, propane, kerosene, electric) for those who qualify. EnergyShare is not income based so any customer in crisis is eligible to apply.


Customers who receive EnergyShare bill payment assistance are eligible to receive a free home energy assessment and the installation of free energy efficiency upgrades to help save on their energy costs.

Workforce Training and Opportunities | Job Fairs

Looking for a job or career? Begin on your journey today! Virginia Career Works offers resources, training and more. There are dozens of programs that can help you on your search, from assistance with transportation and childcare to training programs, the workforce system in Virginia is here to help.

Virginia Career Works Workforce Center Orientation Video

There are over 55,000 job openings in the greater Richmond area? Our workforce centers are here to help you on the path to landing one of those jobs! All services are available at NO COST to you!

Cedar Fork Address and Hours of Operation:

  • 121 Cedar Fork Road, Henrico, 23233
  • Mon. – Thur. 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Fri. 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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