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Matoaca District, Board of Supervisors
Steve A. Elswick

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Office: (804) 748-1211
VM: (804) 768-7400
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

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

 
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Matoaca District News

Sabra, VSU Tackle Food Security at Ettrick's Summerseat Property

On Monday, June 11, about 15 Sabra Dipping Company employees joined staff and faculty at Virginia State University to build the first phase of the Summerseat Urban Garden Project. The project is an initiative of VSU's Sustainable and Urban Agriculture Cooperative Extension Program and part of Sabra's Plants with a Purpose program, which addresses the needs of communities living in food deserts. Volunteers constructed raised-bed gardens and summer vegetable crops.


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 


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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 


Burlington Stores Donate $10,000 to Matoaca Elementary School for Classroom Supplies

Burlington Stores Inc., through its partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, donated $10,000 for classroom supplies to Matoaca Elementary School in celebration of its new store that opened this week in the Matoaca District. Read the full release.
 

Matoaca Elementary School 


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.


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