This program serves individuals over the age of 18 who are addicted to or abuse alcohol and/other drugs.
Application for open burn permits and guidelines.
The Henrico Police Asian Community Liaison is available and equipped to address issues or concerns affecting the Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities. Our liaisons, who are members of the Asian-American community, are sworn officers who have developed partnerships with members, businesses and service providers of this diverse community. Through dialogue and partnerships between police and the community, our goal is to keep the Division informed and you safe.
The Child and Family Services Program works with children between the ages of 3 and 13 who are experiencing emotional and behavioral problems
By appointment only, learn from the experts about correct child safety seat installation and more.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be the person behind the badge? Enroll in one of our Citizens Police Academies to find out!
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.
View this Community Resource Guide to find out how you can help resolve quality of life issues that affect you, your family, and your neighborhood.
Provides kindergarten through twelfth grade students and opportunity to share their thoughts about soil, water and other natural resources through art.
The owner of a vehicle may contest the parking violation in Court.
How to send mail, or make a call to an inmate at Jail West or Jail East.
Serving Court-Involved and High Risk Youth The Court Assessment & Treatment Team provide mental health and substance abuse assessment and treatment services to youth involved with Henrico Court Services. This team works closely with our Juvenile Court liaison, who serves as a contact person for all youth and adults who have been court-ordered to Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services.
Training in CPR and first aid is offered to citizens by the Henrico County volunteer rescue squads.
Learn how the Division applies CPTED principles to new and existing development in Henrico County to increase safety and help prevent crime.
Crisis Intervention Team is a community partnership bringing together first responders and area stakeholders for the common goals of safety, understanding, and caring for the needs of the mentally ill and their families.
Curbside recycling program offered to Henrico residents by Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA)
Donations to the Fire Prevention Fund or property for training purposes.
Drop-off recycling centers are located throughout the County at most fire stations and the public use areas at the Charles City Road and Springfield Road Landfills.
Learn about Henrico County's non-emergency and emergency (911) communications center and the Communications Officer profession.
Additional information for citizens on preparing for emergencies.
We offer a continuum of services through our state accredited facilities and in the community at large such as supported employment, group employment including enlcaves/mobile work crews and sheltered employment at a workshop and skills building training programs.
Learn when EMS continuing education is available.
Connecting seniors to services offered within the local County departments and in the region.
Business located within the Henrico Enterprise Zone are eligible for financial and other assistance from both the County of Henrico and the Commonwealth of Virginia for business expansion and improvements to business property.
Henrico follows state law regulations regarding exotic animals.
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.
Make a request to have a firefighter speak at your group meeting, request information on fire programs such as Junior Firefighter Program, Fourth Grade Fire and Life Safety Program and more.
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
Fire hydrants in Henrico County are the responsibility of the County's Department of Public Utilities (DPU). They Perform all installation, maintenance and testing of hydrants.
Information about visiting a fire station and taking a tour of the fire station.
Information on legality of fireworks in Henrico County
Financial assistance with downpayment and closing costs for qualified first-time, low and moderate income homebuyers is available for Henrico residents purchasing a home in Henrico County.
Donate a new stuffed animal to support this program.
Patch programs on soil and water conservation for Girl Scouts
Henrico is enhancing public transit service, with expanded routes and operating hours, to increase access to jobs, shopping and other services throughout the county.
Hauling Permit process.
Henrico Alert is one of the many tools that Henrico County Public Safety officials can use to notify you of critical information like evacuation notices to missing child alerts
The purpose of HCCERT is to provide training to citizens to help cope in the time period immediately following a disaster when local public safety resources may be overwhelmed. HCCERT’s learn basic first aid, search and rescue, and fire suppression techniques.
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.
Henrico County receives a limited amount of funding from the federal government to assist homeless individuals and families and persons in imminent danger of becoming homeless. Henrico County has partnered with several non-profit organizations to provide assistance with rapid rehousing, shelter, case management and/or assistance with eviction prevention. Persons seeking assistance should contact the Homeless Crisis Line at (804) 972-0813. In limited situations, assistance may also be available through the Henrico Department of Social Services’ Foster Care Prevention Services, which can be reached at (804) 501-5294.
Assist current homeowners with improvements to their homes with both minor and emergency repairs and moderate rehabilitation.
The Homeowner’s Enhancement Guide is a means to help property owners envision an improved and more comfortable home for the future.
Babies begin to learn and develop from the moment they are born. Some babies and children may need more help to learn than others. The Infant & Toddlers Services help children who are not developing as expected or who have a condition that can delay typical development. Some children need help in only one area of development such as speech or motor skills, while other children may have more general delays due to conditions such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or problems related to premature birth.
Inmate visitation at Jail East
Inmate visitation at Jail West
Free workshop offered to Henrico County elementary teachers by the Henrico Environmental Educators Network.