Community Enhancement

Department of Community Enhancement Mission Statement  

Improve the value, quality and attractiveness of Chesterfield County.

The department is focused on four broad areas:

  • Strategic Code Enforcement
  • Targeted Investment
  • Research and Development
  • Volunteerism

Our goal is to improve the value, quality, desirability, and attractiveness of the county's neighborhoods and business commercial corridors through partnerships and coordination of public and private partnerships.  We bring together dedicated professionals with a wide range of expertise in the following areas:

  • Code Enforcement
  • Property Maintenance
  • Business License and County Vehicle registration enforcement
  • Community Development Block Grant
  • Real Estate, Housing and Revitalization
  • Keep Chesterfield Beautiful
  1. Community Needs Survey

    The COMMUNITY NEEDS SURVEY is part of the 5-Year Consolidated Plan Read on...
  2. Do Your Duty

    Do your duty to keep your grounds clean. Read on...
  3. Camp Baker

    On October 22, 2019, SOAR 365 hosted the grand opening of the newly constructed M.H. “Bud” Reinhart Center at Camp Baker. Read on...
  4. NEW: Good Landlord / Tenant Guide

    The Landlord/Tenant brochure was developed to provide basic information for both parties to achieve an enjoyable rental experience. Read on...
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  1. Andrew Webster and His Team Make an Environmental Difference

    Andrew’s passion for the environment has reflected in his desire to clean up parts of Chesterfield County with a team of his friends. Read on...
  2. Community Enhancement Employees "Give Back" to the Community

    On November 25, Community Enhancement employees worked two hours assisting a senior with leaf raking in Fuqua Farms Subdivision. Read on...
  3. Emma is Making a Difference in the Matoaca District

    Emma, age 5, is passionate about keeping her neighborhood clean. Read on...
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