Reforestation program will initially focus on Deep Run and Cheswick parks plus a middle school and high school in eastern Henrico
Henrico County is partnering with Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) and the nonprofit organization Capital Trees on a program to expand and strengthen tree canopies at the county’s parks and schools.
Officials announced the reforestation program today at Deep Run Park, a 165-acre, wooded park on Ridgefield Parkway that is one of four sites selected for the program’s pilot phase. The other locations are Cheswick Park, a 24.5-acre, wooded park on Forest Avenue that recently closed for a $2.1 million renovation, as well as a middle school and a high school in eastern Henrico with currently limited tree cover. The school sites will be chosen soon.Continue reading Henrico, HCPS, Capital Trees partner to enhance county tree canopies
Highlights include personal property tax rate cut, funding for ’22 bond projects, incentives for hotel development, raises for county and HCPS employees
Update: The Board of Supervisors on April 25 voted unanimously to approve Henrico County's proposed budget for fiscal 2023-24.
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.Continue reading Henrico rolls out more details of proposed budget for fiscal 2023-24
95-gallon rolling carts will be delivered to 90,000 homes beginning in May
Henrico County is partnering with the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority and The Recycling Partnership to provide 90,000 county homes with “super can” recycling carts — at no cost to recipients.Continue reading Henrico, CVWMA to boost curbside recycling program by replacing bins with carts
Homeowners would receive amount equal to 2 cents per $100 of home’s assessed value
For the second consecutive year, Henrico County is proposing to give the owners of residential and business properties a credit on their real estate taxes to help offset rising values.
Property owners would receive an amount equal to 2 cents per $100 of their real estate’s taxable value for 2023. For example, a single-family home with the median assessed value of $367,000 would generate a credit of $73.40. ($367,000/100 x .02=$73.40)Continue reading Henrico proposes real estate tax credit for 2nd consecutive year
Proposed arena design and operating features would establish it as the ‘greenest’ arena in America.
GreenCity Partners and ASM Global announced today they have entered into an agreement for the development and operation of the proposed 17,000-seat GreenCity Arena in Henrico County. The venue will be designed for touring concerts, family shows, sports and tournaments, and will be a central feature of the $2.3 billion development.Continue reading GreenCity partners with ASM Global for development and operation of proposed Henrico County arena
Agreement with BrightSuite would provide renewable electricity for pump station
Henrico County is poised to become the first locality in the region and one of the first in Virginia to have solar panels installed at a closed landfill, which would generate reduced-cost, renewable energy to power a nearby sewage pump station.Continue reading Solar panel system approved for 2-acre site at closed Springfield Road Landfill