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Board of Supervisors Clover Hill District
Christopher M. Winslow 

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

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

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


Clover Hill District
Clover Hill District News

Winslow Holds Budget Community Meeting

To continue engaging with citizens about the budget process, Clover Hill District Supervisor Chris Winslow and School Board Member Dianne Smith, along with Matoaca District Supervisor Steve Elswick and School Board Member Rob Thompson, hosted a joint community meetings focused on the county and schools proposed FY2018 budget. The meetings provided an opportunity for residents to preview elements that will be incorporated into the plan and ask questions.

On March 15, from noon to 5 p.m., the county administrator will present the full proposed FY2018 budget during a work session with the Board of Supervisors in Room 502 of the Administration Building. Additional community meetings will be scheduled following the release of the proposed FY2018 budget.

Clover Hill Community Meeting 

Chris Winslow talks with citizens about the FY2018 budget. 

Monacan High School Boys’ Volleyball Team Recognized

At the Jan. 25 Board of Supervisors meeting, the Monacan High School Boys’ Volleyball team was recognized for its outstanding representation of Chesterfield County. The Chiefs were Conference 20 Champions, 4A West Regional Champions and the 2016 Virginia High School League 4A State Champions.

Monacan Volleyball 

The Monacan High School Boys’ Volleyball team finished the season with a 20-7 overall record. 

Chesterfield County Celebrates Black History Month

Black History Month in Chesterfield County is a tradition. This is the county’s 28th year of producing education and entertainment events that are all free and open to the public. Each year’s celebration is unique and special, with music, lectures, performances and much more. View a full list of Black History Month events.

Black History 2017 

Board Elect Chair and Vice Chair

At the Jan. 11 organizational meeting of the Board of Supervisors, Bermuda District Supervisor Dorothy Jaeckle was selected as board chair and Midlothian District Supervisor Leslie Haley was selected as vice chair for 2017. Additionally, the board adopted its 2017 meeting schedule for the year. A live stream of all board meetings can be watched at chesterfield.gov.

Organizational Procedures Adopted Governing Conduct of Board Meetings

The Board of Supervisors voted on several changes at their Jan. 11 meeting on how board meetings will be run in 2017. Beginning at the Jan. 25 Board of Supervisors meeting, the 3 p.m. work session will now be in Room 502 of the Administration Building. The evening session will now begin at 6 p.m. in the Public Meeting Room. All decisional items on the agenda requiring a vote will be discussed in the evening session.

Clover Hill High School Performs at Pearl Harbor

As part of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Clover Hill High School Marching Band traveled to Honolulu to perform as members of the 75th Pearl Harbor Mass Band. The band is made up of more than 1,200 students from across the country and performed 10 musical compositions on the pier of the USS Battleship Missouri and at a gala honoring Pearl Harbor survivors.

 Clover Hill Band at Pearl Harbor 

Clover Hill Marching Band at Pearl Harbor. Photo courtesy of Chesterfield County Public Schools. 

Partial Tax Exemptions for Rehabilitated Structures

The Board of Supervisors recently made some changes to the county’s incentive program for the rehabilitation of properties, making it easier for people to apply for partial tax exemptions for rehabilitating older homes and buildings. There is no application fee for the program, which offers an exemption to people who meet certain criteria when improving older properties. Buildings must be 25 years old, though newer structures may qualify in certain cases. The property improvement must raise the assessed value of residential homes by 10 percent and commercial/industrial buildings by 15 percent. Large commercial projects are now eligible for an exemption at a lower improvement value threshold, which may encourage revitalization in projects worth $10 million or more. Call the Department of Real Estate Assessments at 804-748-1321 for more information.

Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load and Stormwater Fee

In an effort to improve the health and vitality of the Chesapeake Bay, states and localities in the Bay watershed are constructing stormwater treatment facilities to reduce pollutants and runoff from entering local waterways that drain to the Bay. The Chesapeake Bay TMDL requires localities to implement projects for pollutant load reductions of nitrogen, phosphorus and suspended solids. As part of planning for the program, Chesterfield County Department of Environmental Engineering developed a Chesapeake Bay TMDL Compliance Plan. To remain in compliance with the requirements of the Chesapeake TMDL, the county estimates it will cost $35 million over the next 5 years. Earlier this year, the Board of Supervisors voted to adopt a stormwater utility fee of $25 per year for homeowners. This fee is expected to generate about $4.5 million in yearly revenue.