Henrico’s 28 awards, which stemmed from 35 entries, are the most of any county in Virginia for the 11th consecutive year and the sixth most nationally.
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Signups for the free 15-hour program are now underway.
Henrico County is now one of only 132 localities nationwide with a Class 1 insurance rating from the Insurance Services Office.
The report, released Monday, covers crime, vehicular crashes, and data from the county’s Emergency Communications Center.
Members of the Three Chopt Elementary School community and surrounding residents are fighting a proposal by Henrico Doctors’ Hospital to develop 4.5 wooded acres adjacent to their respective properties.
The class will take place at Harvie Elementary School at 9:00 AM Saturday, March 5th.
The intersection of East Parham and Shrader Roads is one of six receiving a number of safety improvements thanks to a federal grant.
Chief Douglas A. Middleton has served the County of Henrico for more than 43 years.
Residents can expect a ‘sprayground,’ a dog park, and a number of new walking trails and shelters.
The county generated $783.6 million in 2013, a 5% increase over 2012.