Parham Road office is closed due to renovations.
All deliveries should be made at 10431 Woodman Road.
If you would like to see someone, please make an appointment with that person.
If you need assistance, please contact the receptionist at 804-501-4393.
The Department of Public Works is responsible for developing, improving and maintaining, an efficient and safe transportation and drainage network for Henrico County. The Department of Public Works is divided into 8 Divisions: Administration, Construction, Design, Environmental Services, Real Property, Road Maintenance, Transportation Development, and Traffic Engineering . These divisions ensure that all engineering, construction and maintenance work for roads, drainage, transit service, and erosion control follow the acceptable standards achievable with the efficient use of capital expenditures to provide the residents of Henrico County the ability to travel throughout the County in a safe manner and with minimum congestion. We strive to provide each resident with the informative and factual response to any inquiry in a timely manner.
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Henrico has started updating the County’s comprehensive plan. This important document will provide the framework for how the county will grow and develop over the next 20 years. Included in the 2045 Comprehensive Plan, the Major Thoroughfare Plan will address transportation concerns in the County, one of these being bicycle accessibility and facilities.
The Draft Bike Plan‘s first community engagement period has concluded. Thank you for sharing your feedback and thoughts on bike facilities in Henrico County! A public feedback summary will be comprised and shared in the coming months. To learn about future public engagement opportunities for the Bike Plan, please sign up for the Henrico Next email list to stay informed!
On August 9, 2023, FEMA released the updated Elevation Certificate (FF-206-FY-22-152 (formerly 086-0-33); Expiration Date: 06/30/2026) and Dry Floodproofing Certificate (FEMA Form FF-206-FY-22-153 (formerly 086-0-34); Expiration Date: 06/30/2026). This is the current version of both forms and must be used for all Elevation Certificates and Dry Floodproofing Certificates that are signed and dated as of November 1, 2023, or later. Additional information is available in FEMA’s August 9, 2023 Memo.
NOTE: If you get a “Please Wait” error when trying to view the Elevation Certificate form, it is due to some incompatibility issues with Adobe PDFs and the alternative PDF viewer used by certain browsers. To view the document, download the file to your computer and open it using your system viewer. You may need to install the free Adobe Reader to view the document if you use a different PDF viewer and still experience issues.