No-contact deliveries will equip residents in the county’s central, eastern areas
Henrico volunteers and staff will distribute reusable face coverings and informational flyers to about 15,000 homes in the county’s central and eastern areas Saturday, May 23 to help residents protect themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue reading Henrico to distribute 15,000 ‘care kits’ with face coverings, flyers Saturday
First Tee hopes to bridge golf’s past, future at Lakeside landmark
The renovation of historic Belmont Golf Course is underway.
Site work started in early May as part of a $5 million project to revive Henrico County’s landmark public golf course in Lakeside.Continue reading Belmont Golf Course renovations in motion
EDA to cover permit fees for temporary structures for outdoor dining, retail
Henrico County is offering technical support, streamlining its processes and covering certain permit fees to help businesses reopen safely under the Commonwealth’s Forward Virginia guidelines.Continue reading Henrico offers support for businesses reopening under state guidelines
Clinic set for May 14 at Eastern Henrico Recreation Center, two more next week
Free COVID-19 testing continues to be available for Henrico County residents who are experiencing symptoms, even if they do not have health insurance.Continue reading Health Districts offer community testing for COVID-19
Absentee voting by mail is encouraged; additional measures planned for June 23 election
Preparations are underway in Henrico for the June 23 primary election, and like other institutions, the election is confronting new challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue reading With COVID-19 in mind, Henrico readies for primary
UPDATE: At its May 12 meeting, the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to adopt the revised budget. Check Henrico's website for full budget details, or watch a series of short videos on the county's YouTube channel.
Reduces $99 million in spending while preserving tax rates, services, positions
Henrico officials have prepared a framework for a $1.3 billion proposed budget for fiscal 2020-21, eliminating more than $99 million in planned expenses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue reading Henrico submits framework for revised budget for fiscal 2020-21
Program aims to increase protections for staff, community
Henrico County has begun offering COVID-19 testing to first responders and other frontline employees regardless of whether they show symptoms of the disease.
Officials are hoping to strengthen protections for these workers and the community as well as increase understanding of how the virus spreads without carriers exhibiting the common symptoms of a high fever, a dry cough or shortness of breath.Continue reading Henrico offers COVID-19 testing to public safety workers
Residents can watch and give comments online
Henrico residents interested in participating in the Tuesday, April 28 meeting of the Board of Supervisors will be able to provide public comments from home with the aid of a video-conferencing tool.
The meeting will take at 7 p.m. in the Government Center Board Room at 4301 E. Parham Road and will be livestreamed on the county's website.Continue reading County supports virtual attendance, participation in April 28 board meeting
Residents also can receive regular callbacks to ensure they’re OK
The caller had a request on behalf of her neighbors and ended up sharing a craving of her own.
She contacted Henrico County’s Outreach Call Center for Older Residents on Tuesday to see if residents of her retirement community could be made aware of the new service.Continue reading Outreach Call Center helps older residents stay connected during COVID-19
Henrico County Public Schools may be closed, but the nurses who work in them are still on the job. They’ve become frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I couldn’t see not helping in any way that I could,” explained Amy Roessner.Continue reading School nurses partner with county employees on the frontline