Henrico County’s long-running literary event All Henrico Reads will return in 2023 to present a fascinating new novel that explores Chinese American history, intergenerational trauma, resilience, love and family. [...]Continue reading All Henrico Reads returns March 30 with bestselling author Jamie Ford
Henrico Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman and Varina District Supervisor Tyrone E. Nelson will host Community Conversations meetings March 27 and April 3 [...]Continue reading Varina meetings on March 27, April 3 to detail proposed budget, district updates
Tuckahoe District Supervisor Patricia S. O’Bannon will host a Tuckahoe Town Meeting on Thursday, March 30 to discuss Henrico County’s plans for a detoxification and recovery center as well as the county’s internship program. [...]Continue reading Tuckahoe meeting March 30 to discuss detox center, internship program
Henrico County Board of Supervisors Chairman and Fairfield District Supervisor Frank J. Thornton will hold a Fairfield Constituent Meeting on Monday, March 20 [...]Continue reading Fairfield meeting to discuss Ashland Trolley Line Trail, transportation updates
Six hundred high school students from the Richmond area will gather at the Greater Richmond Convention Center on Saturday, March 18, 2023, for Teen Summit RVA [...]Continue reading Teen Summit RVA to bring together area students to share concerns & solutions
The annual event, first held in 1958, has been reimagined to give high school students a richer learning experience. [...]Continue reading HCPS students to present research projects for Student Government Day
The event at Deep Run Park will feature live animals, a pet costume contest, activities and more. [...]Continue reading 2nd annual Farm Graze event will celebrate agriculture on March 25
Highlights include personal property tax rate cut, funding for ’22 bond projects, incentives for hotel development, raises for county and HCPS employees
Henrico County is outlining more details of its proposed budget for fiscal 2023-24, two weeks after announcing plans to include its second real estate tax credit in two years to help homeowners manage the impacts of rising property values.
As shared today with several hundred employees at the Department of Public Utilities Operations Center, the proposed budget also will include more tax relief – a 10-cent cut to the personal property tax rate – as well as additional investments in education and public safety; funding for capital projects, including the first wave of projects promised with the 2022 bond referendum; and 8.2% merit-based pay raises for county and schools employees – Henrico’s largest across-the-board salary increase in 33 years.
[...]Continue reading Henrico rolls out more details of proposed budget for fiscal 2023-24