Utility technician Chance Rollison volunteered to repair and replace fire hydrants after overhearing his supervisor discuss a list of hydrants that were scheduled for replacement. Always being mechanically inclined, Rollison began restoring the 1895 Corey in 2016. The hydrant had been inoperable for eight years. Continue reading Public Utilities employee restores county’s oldest fire hydrant
The budget for fiscal 2019-20 totals $1.3 billion across all operating funds, which represents an increase of 5.7% from the current year’s plan. Continue reading Board of Supervisors adopts $1.3 billion budget for fiscal 2019-20
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“There are many ways to tell the Henrico County story,” said Ben Sheppard, director of Public Relations and Media Services. “HenricoNews will serve as the central location where all of our original content intersects, helping us to provide information to residents in a form that is convenient and easy to digest.” Continue reading Welcome to HenricoNews!