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Clover Hill District, Board of Supervisors
Christopher M. Winslow

Phone numbers
Office: (804) 748-1211
VM: (804) 768-7396
Fax: (804) 717-6297

Mailing address
P.O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832

Board meeting locations

Afternoon sessions
Lane B. Ramsey Administration Building (Room 502)
9901 Lori Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832Map this

Evening sessions
Public Meeting Room
10001 Iron Bridge Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832Map this


Clover Hill District
Clover Hill District News

Chesterfield Police Athletic League Debuts in Chesterfield

Recently, Clover Hill Supervisor Chris Winslow, Chesterfield Police Officer Rick Cremonese and former NFL star Mark Parson sat down with Virginia This Morning’s Greg McQuade to talk about the Chesterfield Police Athletic League. Chesterfield PAL will work to connect police officers with youths in the communities they serve. The Police Athletic League was started in 1910 by the New York Police Department and now has chapters in more than 700 U.S. cities and serves approximately two million children annually.

Clover Hill Athletic Complex Road Named for Fallen Police Hero

Chesterfield County named the access road into Clover Hill Athletic Complex in honor of fallen Police Officer Gary J. Buro. He died on May 4, 2006, while responding to a domestic disturbance at a home in Ettrick. Buro previously served for six years as an officer with the New York City Police Department. Prior to that he was with the Lantana Police Department in Florida for five years. Buro also served with the U.S. Marine Corps as a military police officer for four years.

 Clover Hill Athletic Complex Road Named for Fallen Police Hero 

Request a Speaker Today!

Are you in need of a speaker for your group or organization? Let us help! Chesterfield County is so much more than what you see or read in the news. County staff are available and eager to come talk to your group about topics that interest you. Presentation topics are updated quarterly, and presentations can be tailored to your group’s needs, time constraints and interests. View the list of topics and request a speaker today!  

 Request a Speaker Today! 

Call If You Can; Text If You Can't

Getting help in an emergency is now faster and easier for those in the Richmond region who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, can't speak, or are in a situation where it isn't safe to speak. As of June 4, 2018, those who are not able to call 911 can send a text message to 911 for emergency assistance in the counties of Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico and the cities of Richmond and Colonial Heights.

Call If You Can; Text If You Can't

A regional news conference was held on June 4 to announce the launch of this new service.  

ADA- Accessible Ramp, Canopy Being Built in County Complex

Construction has begun on a new ramp and canopy connecting the county administration building and the one-story building behind it, which will improve access between the Treasurer's Office and the Commissioner of the Revenue's Office. For about three weeks, the current entrances between the buildings will be closed due to construction.

Register Your National Night Out Block Party

Annually, residents in neighborhoods throughout Chesterfield County and across the nation, lock their doors, turn on the outside lights, and spend the evening outside having fun and building relationships with neighbors and police. View some ideas for your block party and register it today.

 Register Your National Night Out Block Party 

Tree Planting in Commemoration of Arbor Day

Community volunteers worked together to plant 13 Thuja Green Giant trees in front of the VDOT parking lot on Courthouse Road and Powhite Parkway. After a few years growth, these trees will provide excellent screening of the VDOT lot and will help beautify this major transportation corridor.

Carp Release in Swift Creek Reservoir

Recently, triploid grass carp were released into the Swift Creek Reservoir as part of the hydrilla monitoring and control program. The Swift Creek Reservoir serves as a drinking water source to approximately 20 percent of the Chesterfield County Department of Utilities’ water customers. The hydrilla monitoring and control program is a part of an ongoing effort to ensure Swift Creek Reservoir remains a long-term water supply source.

Carp Release
Clover Hill Supervisor Chris Winslow prepares to release a triploid grass carp into Swift Creek Reservoir as part of the hydrilla monitoring and control program. 

Clover Hill District Committee Appointee Meet and Greet

Clover Hill District Appointee Meet and Greet

Clover Hill Supervisor Chris Winslow and School Board member Dianne Smith hosted a meet and greet with the Clover Hill district committee appointees. The goal of the meeting was for all district appointees to share what their committees are doing, as well as provide an opportunity for them to interact one-on-one with their board and school board members.  

River City Sportsplex Enhancements

Recently, the Huguenot and Midlothian Rotary Clubs volunteered a few hours of their time to help plant 112 trees at River City Sportsplex. This was part of the national initiative to plant a tree for each rotary club member for Earth Day. Also, the Genito Road turn lane project has been completed and is now open and accessible to visitors, making the ingress and egress much easier.

River City Sportsplex Enhancements
Clover Hill Supervisor Chris Winslow pictured with Huguenot and Midlothian Rotary Clubs after volunteering to plant trees at River City Sportsplex. 

River City Turn Lane 
The left turn lane into River City Sportsplex is now complete.

Board Members Adopt FY19 Budget

The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors, on April 11, voted to approve the FY2019 budget, which includes a $711.7 million general fund and a penny reduction in the real estate tax rate. Highlights include a continued focus on core services, such as public safety and schools, while also responding to demographic and development trends, such as an aging population, transportation and existing infrastructure.

SportsEvents Magazine Names River City Sportsplex Among Best

SportsEvents magazine has named Chesterfield County's River City Sportsplex one of its "ULTIMATE Soccer and Lacrosse Destinations and Venues." The magazine held a nationwide Facebook contest in which River City Sportsplex garnered 133 votes, the most from a list of 30 destinations and venues. Chesterfield's River City Sportsplex is a 115-acre multisport athletic complex that is home to one of the largest pods of synthetic turf fields in the U.S. Read full release.

ULTIMATE Soccer & Lacrosse Destination

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