Development, Incentives and Revitalization
The Department of Community Enhancement connects the county and our community partners to achieve effective revitalization. Older communities and commercial areas face normal challenges that come with age. These areas need continued maintenance and reinvestment. Revitalization helps maintain the vitality and high quality of life of our older communities countywide.
Interested in learning about the demographics of your neighborhood? Learn more on the 2020 Census page.
Chesterfield has a strategic plan that provides the blueprint to achieve excellence in all areas and provide a first-choice community.
Economic Development provides information regarding a wide variety of incentive programs that are available to companies located in or expanding in Chesterfield County.
In collaboration with Planning, Community Enhancement staff participate in the comprehensive plan process, focusing on strategies and initiatives to help bring new life to aging communities countywide; the zoning process, to encourage new development and redevelopment that represents a significant improvement in areas needing revitalization; and the plans review process for new and renovated county public facilities, such as schools, fire stations and libraries.
Revitalize Our Communities Committee
The Revitalize Our Communities Committee (ROCC) is a volunteer citizens committee seeking to maintain and improve existing communities countywide. The committee is composed of representatives of business associations, real estate professionals, homeowner associations, community associations, churches and citizen leaders and seeks to provide tools that empower communities to sustain, revitalize and advocate for neighborhood needs.
Civic, condominium and homeowners associations keep you connected to the community. They give you a forum to voice your concerns and a way to involve yourself in making a difference where it matters most to you. The county seeks to help residents to connect to community associations by providing a list of known association contacts.
For changes or updates to community association listing information, please email Community Enhancement and provide your association name, contact name, email, phone number, mailing address, physical address, website URL and organization type. Note that information you submit will become publicly viewable.
Disclaimer: The information contained on this list is provided to Chesterfield County by the group themselves and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all active Civic/HOA groups within the county. Please note that some groups may no longer be active. Although the county attempts to verify the accuracy of this information, the county makes no warranties or guarantees and assumes no liability as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained on this list.