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Chesterfield County Right of Way Office
PO Box 608
Chesterfield, VA 23832

Street Address:
9840 Government Center Parkway
Chesterfield, VA 23832Map this

The Right of Way Office is located in the Department of Utilities Robert A. Painter Building.

(804) 748-1361 
(804) 751-4687 Fax

8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday

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About Right of Way

The Right of Way Office is responsible for the acquisition of easements and land for county use, reviewing site plans and subdivision plats to ensure all necessary easements and rights of way are obtained, recording subdivision plats, processing vacations of easements and rights of way, licenses to work on county easements, licenses for the placement of docks within Swift Creek Reservoir, abandonment of state-maintained roads, conveyance of easements across county property, and sales of surplus property.


Customer service

  • Process legal documents, invoices and interdepartmental transfers.
    Renée T. Martin, Karen G. Quaiff 
  • Acquire land, easements and rights of way for county projects. Negotiate and process county leases.
    John W. Harmon , Dean R. Sasek , Lynn P. Snow and Graham R. Nunnally 
  • Processes applications for vacations, licenses and abandonment of state maintained roads
    Processes requests for easements from private utility companies and the sale of surplus property
    Responds to inquiries regarding county properties and easements from engineers, surveyors and the public.
    Joan B. Courson 
  • Processes easements for commercial developments (site plans) and county projects.
    Joseph B. Duty  
  • Reviews and records subdivision plats. Processes off-site easements for subdivisions.
    Kimberly I. Pulley  
  • Performs title research. Responds to inquiries regarding county properties and easements from engineers, surveyors and the public
    André M. Hawkes 
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