Revitalize Our Communities Committee (ROCC)
We all have different expectations of residences, but actively being a good landlord helps to make Chesterfield neighborhoods great places to live and attracts good tenants. The appearance of the property can positively or negatively affect the relationship between landlords and tenants, property values and the quality of your neighborhood. These simple guidelines will positively affect the landlord/tenant relationship.
The Landlord/Tenant brochure was developed to provide basic information for both parties to achieve an enjoyable rental experience. The VRLTA, Mfg Home Lot Rental Act and Fair Housing Act are law and therefore the best sites to find accurate answers to your questions. We encourage you to access the following links for more detailed information.
About the ROCC
The Sustain Our Communities Committee (SOCC) was established by the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors on December 13, 2006. In 2016, the committee changed its name to the Revitalize Our Communities Committee (ROCC), reflecting the ROCC’s commitment to county revitalization. The ROCC is a volunteer citizens’ committee seeking to maintain and improve existing communities countywide.
The committee shall be composed of representatives of business associations, real estate professionals, homeowner associations, community associations, churches and citizen leaders.
If interested in joining this pro-active committee, please contact Pam Cooper, Community Partnership Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org 804-751-2227 for application and additional information.
ROCC members (from left to right): Donna Cole-Midlothian District, John Miller-Bermuda District, Pam Pope-Dale District, Pam Cooper, Community Partnership Manager, J.D. Washington-Clover Hill District, Renae Eldred-Bermuda District and Ben Thorp-Dale District (not in photo; Sharon Sipos-Dale District)
- Donna Cole
- Renae Eldred
- Tina McCray
- John Miller
- Pamela Pope, Secretary
- Sharon Sipos, Interim Chair
- Ben Thorp
- J. D. Washington
- Rita Williams
- The ROCC regular monthly meetings are held the first Thursday of each month and are open to the public.
- Location: Chesterfield County Airport Conference Room, 7511 Airfield Drive, North Chesterfield VA 23237
- Time: 9:00 am - 10:30 am
All Chesterfield communities have high quality living and are desirable places to live and work due to sustained efforts from individual citizens, community and religious organizations, businesses, and county government.
The mission of this Committee is to identify best practices and disseminate information to individuals and organizations to maintain or improve communities.
The purpose of the Committee is to educate, involve and support.
Be the Good Neighbor
A practical guide for positive neighbor behaviors to help make Chesterfield neighborhoods great places to live.
This program assures that you and your neighbors are better protected and have a safe place to live.
The Path Forward
The purpose of this report is to provide recommendations on programs that can help Chesterfield County sustain its older communities.
Community Revitalization Toolkit
Information on how to create and maintain successful civic organizations, which are vital to sustaining older residential and business areas in Chesterfield County.
Rehabilitation of Residential Properties
This incentive program is designed to protect and preserve our maturing neighborhoods and offers partial tax exemption for the rehabilitation, renovation or replacement of qualifying structures. For more information on rehabilitation of residential properties, contact the Assessor's Office at 804-748-1321.
Dial 2-1-1 connects people with free information on available community services. When you dial 2-1-1, a trained professional listens to your situation and suggests sources of help. 2-1-1 Virginia provides access to services in your community and statewide.
Empowering Neighborhoods Forum
The Empowering Neighborhoods Forum is an annual community event sponsored and organized by the ROCC to educate, equip, and inspire community leaders to help bring new life to aging neighborhoods.