Board of Supervisors
Henrico County’s five-member Board of Supervisors establishes policies, approves ordinances and appoints the county manager. Voters in each magisterial district — Brookland, Fairfield, Three Chopt, Tuckahoe and Varina — elect a supervisor to a four-year term. Current terms run through Dec. 31, 2023. [Continue]
Message from the Manager
“On behalf of the Board of Supervisors and our entire workforce, I am honored to present the Henrico County Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2021-22. One of my greatest joys as county manager is sharing all that we are doing to enhance our community’s quality of life by expanding opportunities and engaging with our residents while also further strengthening our fiscal foundation. This report highlights efforts across service areas and chronicles accomplishments, ongoing initiatives and – most importantly – what is to come.” [Continue]
Enhancing Air, River Patrols
Honoring Officer Trey Sutton
Basic Life Support Program Enhancement
2016 Bond Projects
Fire Station Maintenance
Recruiting Experienced Firefighters
Strengthening Henrico’s Safety Net
Heart for Service
Earth Day & Energy Fair
Draft Bike Plan
Extending Utilities to Unserved Communities
Honoring Innsbrook’s Visionary
Improving Utilities System Monitoring & Control
New Bridge Over I-95
Woodman Road Extension
Richmond-Henrico Turnpike Widening
Westwood Area Redevelopment
Solar Power Expands To 6 Facilities
2022 Bond Referendum
In voting that concluded on Election Day Nov. 8, 2022, Henrico voters approved the four questions in the bond referendum. The voter approval of nearly $511.4 million in funding for capital projects, includes new and renovated schools, firehouses and parks. See Henrico County 2022 Bond Referendum for more information.
Supporting At-Risk Youth
Reclaiming Woodland Cemetery
Preventing Youth Violence
Community-focused planning, ongoing investment in public facilities and infrastructure, and a healthy balance of residential, commercial and industrial development have long made Henrico a great place for families and businesses. [View Map]
Harp’s Landing Apartments
Virginia Center Commons
Retreat at One – Garden City
4121, 4198 and 4510 Cox Road/Lingerfelt
Sunset Hills Square
Quality of Life: Recreation & Parks
Hoop It Up!
Celebrating As #OneHenrico
Sharing Henrico’s History
Recreation & Parks App
Quality of Life: Library
More Praise For Fairfield Area Library
Sandston Library ‘Refresh’
Inclusive Book Clubs
Expanding Internet Access
Promoting Early Literacy
Personal Property Tax Credit
1st to Return Surplus Real Estate Taxes
Lower Real Estate Rate Highlights Budget
Enhancing Customer Convenience
Evolving to Meet Staffing Needs
Promoting Child Development, Early Education
Help for those Struggling with Addiction
Better Outcomes for Foster Youth
Developing Henrico’s Workforce
Speeding Access to Treatment
Protection Against Covid-19
Opioid Spike Alert
Lifting Older Business Corridors
Enhancing Peer Support, Youth Services
Addressing Community Needs During Pandemic
Housing & Neighborhoods
Affordable Housing, Strong Neighborhoods
Henrico provided support for emergency and affordable housing as well as neighborhood enhancement through a variety of initiatives led by the Department of Community Revitalization.
Shaping A Vision For The Future
The Department of Planning led the first major community engagement to help shape a vision and goals for Henrico over the next two decades.
Sandston, which emerged as a workers’ village during World War I, became Henrico’s latest entry to the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places. For more information on Sandston’s history and the benefits of being part of a historic district, go to historicsandston.com.
The Department of Building Construction and Inspections issued 16,290 permits for work with a combined value of $1.45 billion in fiscal 2021-22. The activity reflects a 2% decrease in the number of permits and a 14% increase in work value from the prior year.
New Magisterial District Boundaries
The 2020 populations of the districts after the adjustments were: Brookland, 66,468; Fairfield, 66,869; Three Chopt,
68,938; Tuckahoe, 67,708; and Varina, 65,220. To review maps and other information, go to henrico.us/registrar/politicaldistmaps. Through the reapportionment process:
- Varina gained from Fairfield areas near Laburnum Avenue.
- Fairfield gained from Brookland an area south of Hilliard Road.
- Brookland gained from Three Chopt areas west of Springfield Road and north of Interstate 295.
- Tuckahoe gained from Three Chopt areas along Three Chopt Road.
- Three Chopt gave to Brookland areas west of Springfield Road and north of Interstate 295 and to Tuckahoe areas along Three Chopt Road.
Printed copies are available at Henrico County’s government centers, libraries and recreation centers. To request a copy by mail, contact Henrico County Public Relations at (804) 501-4257 or send an email to email@example.com.