This program offers citizen volunteers the opportunity to become proactive in the fight against litter throughout Henrico County.
Fill this form out and submit after completing your organization's cleanup.
If you are doing a project for Keep Henrico Beautiful and need supplies, please fill out the form and submit to us.
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 County Department of Human Resources offers opportunities for individuals to volunteer time and services to County departments through the Volunteer Services Program.
Did you happen to see a big blue sign with the County Seal and the words “Public Hearing”? The sign indicates that a property owner has applied for rezoning, a use permit, or a variance.
This form allows Henrico citizens to participate in Board meetings during the public comment period.
Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services is committed to delivering high quality services. Programs are licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services. Professional staff includes case managers, intellectual disability specialists, clinical social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, and prevention specialists. Extensive supervision and consultation is provided to all staff and professional development is required. Ongoing evaluation of programs is conducted to assure high quality services.
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.
Connecting seniors to services offered within the local County departments and in the region.
Sign up for Henrico County's EngAge Newsletter.
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.
Report buildings or structures in disrepair, overcrowding, work taking place without required permits or graffiti that is visible from the public right of way.
File a Standing Water Complaint
File a zoning ordninance violation complaint.
Find if there is a Community Cleanup scheduled near you.
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.
The Henrico Extension Office offers presentations to interested garden clubs, civic organizations, homeowners associations, and other community organizations in Henrico County.
Henrico is enhancing public transit service, with expanded routes and operating hours, to increase access to jobs, shopping and other services throughout the county.
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.
Does your neighborhood have a Homeowners Association (HOA)? Use the Lookup feature to examine the boundaries of an HOA and identify common areas. If you have any questions or comments about the Lookup call 501-4757.
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.
The Junior Master Gardener program is an international youth gardening program of the university cooperative Extension network. JMG engages children in novel, “hands-on” group and individual learning experiences that provide a love of gardening, develop an appreciation for the environment, and cultivate the mind.
Title 58.1-3230 through 3244 of the Code of Virginia provides for the assessment of land based on use value rather than market value. Use value is the assessment of the land for a specific purpose and is generally lower than market value. This is a local option statute adopted by Henrico County in 1976. The requirements for qualification and use values are established by the State Land Evaluation Advisory Council.
The District provides assistance for agricultural practices that protect and improve water quality of Virginia's streams and rivers.
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.
A Grower's Certificate confirms that a Henrico County citizen grows or produces items within Henrico County and is therefore eligible to sell these items, unprocessed and unprepared, in Henrico County. Items may include vegetables, fruits, poultry, eggs, flowers, herbs, etc
Operation Paintbrush is a program whereby volunteer groups are recruited to paint the homes of needy Henrico citizens.
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Rain Barrels save money, conserve water and reduce the impact of stormwater runoff.
Henrico County’s Community Maintenance Division, along with the Division of Police, are required to act upon any inoperable or abandoned motor vehicle parked on a public right of way, such as on the side of the road or in a median.
Volunteers are essential to the success of the Community Maintenance Program by assisting the elderly or disabled with help to clean and maintain their homes.