This program offers citizen volunteers the opportunity to become proactive in the fight against litter throughout Henrico County.
Henrico Master Gardeners are trained volunteer educators. They work within their local communities to encourage and promote environmentally sound horticulture practices through sustainable landscape management education and training.
The Henrico Citizens’ Fire Academy is open to any interested participant 18 years of age and older.
Learn more about Henrico Police Community Services section, its Community Policing unit and who your community officer is.
Provides kindergarten through twelfth grade students and opportunity to share their thoughts about soil, water and other natural resources through art.
Donations to the Fire Prevention Fund or property for training purposes.
Envirothon is a natural resources competition for high school students.
The Faith Community Coalition is a crime prevention program designed for those mainly in the administrative level in Henrico's faith community, but all are welcome.
The purpose of these programs is to provide experiences to help young people mature into responsible and caring adults. These programs emphasize: career opportunities, life skills, citizenship, character education, and leadership experience
Donate a new stuffed animal to support this program.
The purpose of the Henrico County Community Emergency Response Team (HCCERT) is to provide training to citizens so that they can offer assistance immediately following a disaster when local public safety resources may be overwhelmed. HCCERT members learn basic first aid, search and rescue, and fire suppression techniques. More importantly, HCCERT members learn how to PREPARE for a disaster long before one occurs. By being prepared and knowing how to respond, HCCERT members will be able to assist family, friends, neighbors, or coworkers following a disaster until help arrives.
The Police Division invites all multi-family housing community managers and owners to join HPAC.
Support, join, or volunteer for this program that serves Henrico County youths in grades K-12.
The Henrico Police Intercultural Liaison Partnership (ILP) is designed to strengthen relationships with Henrico County’s culturally-diverse communities. The Division's goal is to build trust within these communities by learning from one another and breaking down barriers. We want to ensure every member of every community knows Henrico Police is here to support them and promote their safety.
4-H provides a large variety of educational learning opportunities and experiences. Leadership, citizenship, and life skills are taught through learn-by-doing projects, local club programs, and 4-H camps, as well as at county, district, state, and national events.
Help us with our Keep Henrico Beautiful program.
A Plan of Development (POD) and Site Plan are detailed engineering plans for multi-family, commercial, and industrial projects that contains all of the essential details necessary to construct site improvements. The POD and Site Plan process is designed to coordinate the numerous reviews and recommendations of all applicable Henrico County, State and Federal agencies. This integrated process is managed by the Planning Department and coordinated with County and certain external agencies.
Prepares young adults, ages 14-20 for careers and leadership in the public safety profession.
Rain Barrels save money, conserve water and reduce the impact of stormwater runoff.
The Police Division offers several services and programs to seniors to help keep them safe from becoming targets of the latest crime or scam.
A Subdivision plan is a detailed engineering plan for residential projects that contains all of the essential details necessary to construct site improvements. The Subdivision process is designed to coordinate the numerous reviews and recommendations of all applicable Henrico County, State and Federal agencies. For certain residential development, such as townhouse or R-5A, the review process is integrated with the Plan of Development (POD) process. This integrated process is managed by the Planning Department and coordinated with County and certain external agencies.
Henrico Fire maintains an extremely limited number of volunteer firefighters. It is recommended that you contact a local Volunteer Rescue Squad to inquire about volunteer opportunities.
Volunteer opportunities are available with the Police Division from administrative to motorist assistance.