College scholarships offered to students planning to study one of the environmental sciences.
Mini-camp for elementary students at Twin Hickory Recreation Center during Spring and Winter Break.
The Police Division offers several services and programs to seniors to help keep them safe from becoming targets of the latest crime or scam.
Testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections is provided at the Henrico Health Department East Clinic. Free, confidential HIV testing and counseling also is available.
Citizens may request assistance to have a working smoke alarm.
In order to promote the practice of soil testing, Henricopolis has established a soil test incentive program to offset the cost of soil analysis for Henrico County residents.
Professional staff and Master Gardeners in our Diagnostic Lab identify insects, plants, plant diseases, and weed problems, offering the latest management methods along with background and life cycle information.
SNAP offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities.
Tax exemption for surviving spouses of military service members killed in action.
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.
A program that provides cash assistance and supportive services to assist families with children under age 18, helping them achieve economic self-sufficiency.
If you have complaints about motorists that speed through your neighborhood or other traffic safety issues, there are steps you can take to correct these situations.
TB program provides services to Henrico residents of all ages that are TB suspects, TB cases, contacts of TB cases, symptomatic of TB, and evaluation of positive TB skin tests, positive IGRA (Interferon Gamma Release Assay) or abnormal chest x-ray suggesting TB.
Our leaf vacuum service will run in 2 sessions: November 12, 2019 - December 30, 2019 and February 24, 2020 - March 31, 2020.
The Virginia Conservation Assistance Program (VCAP) is available to all homeowners, commercial and public land in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. This program provides financial incentives for 13 Best Management Practices (BMPs) to help non-agricultural landowners reduce their “stormwater footprint” and improve water quality.
Birth, Marriage, Divorce and Death Certificates
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.
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.
Water, Sewer, and Refuse Collection services are available in different areas of the County. Refuse Collection is an optional service where available.
The Virginia WIC Program serves low-income pregnant, lactating and postpartum women and children up to age five.
A week long summer conservation camp for Virginia high school students on the campus of Virginia Tech.
The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) is appointed by the Circuit Court to provide relief from the zoning regulations in certain circumstances. The following applications may be granted based upon specific criteria found in the Code of Virginia (e.g. for variances, whether the zoning ordinance would unreasonably restrict the use of the property; for conditional use permits, whether the request is consistent with the comprehensive plan and zoning ordinance and will not a have a detrimental impact on nearby property). Extraction operations must also comply with county regulations, as well as with regulations administered by the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. The BZA also hears appeals when a property owner believes they have been aggrieved by a decision of the Planning Director or other County official in the administration of the zoning ordinance.