Have you said, “I can’t believe what they’re doing up there,” referring to how Chesterfield County is spending tax dollars? This year’s county budget and the budgets extending out for five years could be just a little different in how it is constructed. The Chesterfield Budget and Management Department... Read more
The Chesterfield County School Board on July 12 adopted a prototype design for the four elementary schools that will be built in the next 32 months. Using the same design for multiple schools will save money and time as Chesterfield County Public Schools moves forward to build a new... Read more
The National School Public Relations Association is honoring Dr. James F. Lane as one of the nation’s Superintendents to Watch. Only 24 school superintendents across  the country were selected, and Dr. Lane is the only Virginia superintendent on the list. The Superintendents to Watch program recognizes educational leaders with... Read more
To some, the vultures claiming Dutch Gap as their rest and roost area are a nuisance. To others, the protected birds are a treasurer. They have been a source of controversy for years. Chesterfield County renewed a contract on July 1 with USDA Wildlife Division that allows for the... Read more
Health minded kayakers or canoe paddlers learn their chops touring the Farrar Gut backwater at Dutch Gap. But recent findings by citizens group, Hands Across the Lake, indicate that the old James River channel (used before the Dutch Gap Canal was built during the Civil War) could be contaminated... Read more
The Board of Supervisors and School Board have launched a community engagement initiative to provide you with a wide range of opportunities to communicate what is most important to you. The campaign will focus on a short, five-question survey. All county residents and business owners are encouraged to complete... Read more
Chesterfield County has launched a new, mobile-friendly ExperienceChesterfield.com, enabling users to easily plan their next local adventure while on the go. The new Experience Chesterfield website offers themed, three-day itineraries as well as a comprehensive listing of seasonal activities. This summer, for instance, take in free concerts at centrally... Read more
Coxendale Road to be reconstructed, closing and delays are expected Contractors will be working on Coxendale Road reconstruction during the day from June 29 to approximately July 20. There will be some delays as the road is reduced to a single lane. Nighttime work on the roadway will begin... Read more
Employment in Chesterfield County last year grew by 6 percent. The increase for the entire United States was 1.9 percent for the same period. The details behind the 6 percent increase are impressive. During his last Board of Supervisors meeting before retiring, Chesterfield County Administrator J.L. “Jay” Stegmaier highlighted... Read more
A second neighborhood meeting has been scheduled on July 13 at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Library located at 9501 Lori Road to discuss as zoning case that would change its current Office use to Neighborhood Business. The applicant will be mailing adjacent land owners and interested parties from the previous meeting and... Read more