Improve Your Community

The Department of Community Enhancement connects the county and our community partners to achieve effective revitalization. Older communities and commercial areas face normal challenges that come with age. These areas need continued maintenance and reinvestment. Revitalization helps maintain the vitality and high quality of life of our older communities countywide.

  1. Current Revitalization Initiatives
  2. Strengthen Your Community
  3. Great Ideas
  4. Incentives
  5. Better Development

Current Revitalization Initiatives

Rehabilitation Incentive Programs

Improve older building and get a property tax break.

Estimate Your Benefit

What is your building's current assessed value (improvements only)?

Minimum amount of improvement to qualify: TBD

How much do you plan to spend on eligible improvements?

Estimated annual savings: TBD
Estimated total savings over 15 years: TBD

Actual savings will be based on the increased assessed value of the improvement, and will be field verified by the Real Estate Assessor after construction is completed.

Courthouse Road Median Tree Planting

In November, the Chesterfield County Department of Community Enhancement TREE PLANTING ARCworked with The Greater Richmond ARC and Cross Creek Nursery on two separate projects to plant 48 Yoshino Cherry and Vitex trees along the medians on Courthouse Road. These new trees were planted in six different median locations between Rockwood Park and Stonehenge subdivision, adding to the beautification of this major community corridor.