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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

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.

Use Drive-Thru Tax Payment Box

Reminder personal property and real estate taxes are due June 5. If paying your county taxes in person, save time by using the convenient drive-thru payment box located in the parking lot of the Chesterfield County Administration Building, 9901 Lori Road, in the Chesterfield County Government Complex.

Tax Payment Box 

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

Chesterfield Salutes Those Who Saved Dog Named Atlas

Cooperative Extension Has Moved!

Cooperative Extension Has Moved

Chesterfield County's Virginia Cooperative Extension Office has moved to a new location. The office is now in the newly renovated space adjacent to the Central Library, which is still under renovation. The Extension Officeis easily accessible via its own entrance. The new space is larger and offers more opportunities to serve customers. The enhanced Master Gardener's helpdesk invites residentsto ask questions and find resources, while a demonstration kitchen is home to classes and programs that promote healthy eating.For more information, visit http://www.chesterfield.gov/extension.

Chesterfield Unsolved

Chesterfield County Policeneed your assistance to solve a cold case. Do you know what happened to Damion West? 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 will help generate more clues.If you have information on this case, please contactChesterfield County Policeat 804-748-1268 or leave an anonymous tip at www.p3tips.com/699.

2018 Chesterfield Unsolved 

Chesterfield Launches Training for Opioid Overdoses

In an effort to prevent fatal opioid overdoses, Chesterfield County has launched a program to provide training and distribute a free medication, naloxone (also known as NARCAN®), in the community. During the 1.5-hour trainings, participants learn how to administer naloxone and about resources available in the community. Go to www.chesterfield.gov/revive for more information, and to sign up for a training.

Revive Training 

Friendly Phone Calls Keep Seniors Connected, Safe

SeniorsThe Chesterfield County Senior Advocate's Telephone Reassurance Program is seeking seniors in the community to receive friendly phone calls from volunteers. Volunteers receive training and make their calls from the Senior Advocate's office four days a week. Seniors can receive calls two, three or four days. Volunteers provide moral support through telephone check-ins to make sure a senior is okay. They will not solve problems, but will provide a listening ear. These calls offer increased socialization, as well as safety checks, and give lonely, isolated individuals something to look forward to. Seniors who would like to receive calls must fill out an application listing their contact information and other details. For more information about this free program, call 768-7878 or email senioradvocate@chesterfield.gov.


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