Midlothian District News

Chesterfield Welcomes Richmond Volleyball Club to Stonebridge

The Chesterfield Economic Development Authority announced March 16 it would build a $7 million indoor sports facility in Stonebridge. The 50,000-square-foot facility will be leased primarily by the Richmond Volleyball Club, and the county’s Parks and Recreation Department will lease 5,000 square feet. This project represents growth opportunities for both the Richmond Volleyball Club and the county. The extra space created by the project for the Parks and Recreation Department will bring an opportunity for more programming for older adults, including classes, workshops, fitness programs and special events. In addition to the senior programming, the location could be used for community programs, preschool activities and youth programming.

 Richmond Volleyball Club Day 


Sign Up Now for the New Government Citizens Academy

Learn more about your local government! The Government Citizens Academy is a new, free hands-on opportunity to learn about how and why programs and services are offered. Learn about the county, meet local government leaders and offer feedback about county services. Participants will visit all five magisterial districts and tour some county facilities. Two academies offered:

May 16-June 28
Sept. 19-Oct. 25

Register today!

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Help Parks and Recreation Win $20K!

During April, help Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation win a $20,000 grant for park improvements through the Meet Me at the Park initiative, created by the National Recreation and Park Association and The Walt Disney Co. Vote now at MeetMeAtThePark.org! You can vote once a day through April 30. And, you have a chance to win too! For every nomination, you'll be entered to win a tablet outfitted for the outdoors. Help us spread the word and support Chesterfield Parks and Recreation!

Meet Me at the Park 


National Citizen Survey Results Released

The National Citizen Survey report is about the "livability" of Chesterfield County. The phrase "livable community" is used to evoke a place that is not simply habitable, but that is desirable. It is not only where people live, but where they want to live. Most residents surveyed rated the quality of life in Chesterfield County as excellent or good.


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