Henrico County's Alarm Ordinance requires registration of security alarm systems for businesses and residences.
This form allows Henrico citizens to participate in Board meetings during the public comment period.
The Henrico Citizens’ Fire Academy is open to any interested participant 18 years of age and older.
A dog license is required for dogs four months of age or older unless the dog is used as a service dog. Licenses must be obtained no later than 30 days after a dog turns four months old or within 30 days of the expiration date on the license receipt. Kennel licenses are due on January 1st and no later than January 31st of each year and are paid annually.
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The program includes an interactive presentation, meet and greet with county officials, and educational activities. Students and scouts will be given participation forms and additional material to help them accomplish their assignments or badge requirements.
Join Neighborhood Watch to become part of this citizen-police crime fighting partnership.
Applications must be obtained from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The Division of Police only assists by conducting a local investigation.
Have your pet vaccinated at one of our four clinics held annually.
Rain Barrels save money, conserve water and reduce the impact of stormwater runoff.
The Circuit Court Clerk’s Office records deeds, deeds of trust (mortgages), and other official instruments/documents associated with land transactions.
The Division of Recreation & Parks offers a variety of classes and programs for all ages.
Register to vote in Henrico County