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Board of Supervisors Clover Hill District
Christopher M. Winslow 

Email Address
winslowc@chesterfield.gov  

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832-0040

Board Meeting Location
Public Meeting Room
10001 Iron Bridge Road
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VM: (804) 768-7396
Fax: (804) 717-6297

 

Clover Hill District
Clover Hill District News

Thousands attend National Night Out Celebrations

Chesterfield County participated in the 34th annual National Night Out celebration on Aug. 1. More than 150 people, including volunteers and members of the Police Department and other agencies, worked tirelessly to help make the evening a huge success. Thousands of residents throughout the county attended 132 block parties.

National Night Out - Clover Hill 

Clover Hill Supervisor Chris Winslow celebrates National Night Out Aug. 1 throughout the Clover Hill District. 


Brine National Lacrosse Classic Returns to Chesterfield

The Brine National Lacrosse Classic returned to Chesterfield July 18-21 for the third straight year. An opening ceremony at River City Sportsplex kicked off the all-star tournament, which featured more than 2,400 of the nation’s top high school and youth lacrosse players.

Brine National Lacrosse Classic 

Clover Hill District Supervisor Chris Winslow speaks to tournament participants, which included teams from 30 different states plus Canada. 


Litter Pickup Along Providence Road

The congregation of World Mission Society Church of God partnered with Chesterfield County to give back to the community by picking up litter along Providence Road. Twenty-five church members collected 26 bags of litter, weighing 780 pounds, and walked a total of 75 miles as a team. Their passion for the community and environment was recognized by residents and much appreciated.

World Mission Society Church of God 

Volunteers from World Mission Society Church of God spend a day picking up litter along Providence Road. 


County Unveils New Simulated Taxpayer Receipt Tool

Simulated Taxpayer ReceiptChesterfield County residents can now see how their individual tax dollars are working in the community using a new simulated taxpayer receipt tool. Residents can simply answer two questions, and the taxpayer receipt will provide a breakdown of how their taxes were used to support programs and operations in several categories: government operations, public safety, health and welfare, community development, parks, recreation and cultural, schools and facilities and infrastructure.

 


Expanded Convenience Centers Hours

Chesterfield's Northern Area and Southern Area convenience centers for household waste disposal and recycling have expanded their hours. The Northern Area Convenience Center is now open Friday-Tuesday, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the Southern Area Convenience Center is now open Thursday-Monday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The rates did not change.


Chesterfield Among Nation’s Top ‘Digital Counties’

Chesterfield County continues to set an example for the innovative use of technology in local government. The county recently placed third in the Digital Counties Survey among counties with populations between 250,000 and 499,000.


Governor Honors County with ‘Green Fleet Award’

Gov. Terry McAuliffe recognized Chesterfield July 26 for its use of alternative fuels. The governor presented the county with his Green Fleet Award for the county's leadership in transitioning vehicles to alternative fuels and its five advanced fueling stations for state and local government vehicles.


Clover Hill Library Recognized for Brilliant Ideas at Work

Chesterfield County Public Library’s “Play Smart with Toddlers” program has been recognized as a National Association of Counties “Brilliant Ideas at Work” award recipient.

The monthly program, instituted at the Clover Hill Library, provides an informal atmosphere for parents to enjoy playing with their children while learning tips about how play supports their children’s development and encourages early literacy skills. Parents can connect with community professionals with expertise in helping children from infancy through the age of three.

Play Smart with Toddlers 

Toddlers and their parents play and learn at Clover Hill Library. 

Do You Know What Happened to Damion West?

Chesterfield Unsolved 

The Chesterfield County Police Department is taking a new approach to help solve an old case.

On July 9, 2009, Damion L. West was killed in the 4800 block of Burnt Oak Drive. The case has not been solved. Police hope a new video, produced in partnership with the county's Department of Communications and Media, will help bring in more details about the case.

The video, "Chesterfield Unsolved," debuted Sunday. Watch it on Chesterfield County's cable channel, Comcast 98 and Verizon 28, Sundays at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 10 p.m., and on Mondays through Saturdays at 8 a.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., and 10 p.m. The video is available on the county's YouTube channel and police and county social media sites.


New Department Focuses on Community Enhancement

A countywide emphasis on the care and maintenance of Chesterfield's aging communities is the focus of a new department the county launched this month. The Department of Community Enhancement incorporates several county services and staff to form a new unit that will encompass revitalization, grants, license inspections, redevelopment and property maintenance.

The department will serve as a one-stop shop for residents looking for information about rehabilitating their older homes and maintaining their properties. Learn more at www.chesterfield.gov/enhancement.


Supervisors Approve Secondary Road Six-Year Improvement Plan

On June 28, the Board of Supervisors approved the Secondary Road Six-Year Improvement Plan for FY18-23, and the Secondary Road Improvement Budget for FY18, following a public hearing. The plan identifies how approximately $1.3 million in secondary road funds could be spent over the next six years, while the budget allocates funds to specific projects for FY18.


Chesterfield Produces PSA to Draw Attention to Heroin Addiction

With statistics indicating one in five heroin overdoses in Chesterfield County results in death, county agencies have partnered to produce a public service announcement bringing attention to the dangers of heroin addiction and the resources available to those affected by it. Chesterfield County’s Sheriff’s Office, Police Department, Fire and Emergency Medical Services, Department of Mental Health Support Services, Health Department and Substance Abuse Free Environment, Inc., SAFE, worked with the county’s Department of Communications and Media to produce a 30-second PSA focusing on the problem and where to go for help.

Opioid and Heroin Card 

Resources are available to those struggling with an opioid or heroin addiction. 


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