The Chesterfield Planning Commission (CPC) advises the Board of Supervisors on zoning cases, amendments to the zoning and subdivision ordinance and comprehensive planning.
Planning Commission public hearings are held at least once a month (normally the third Tuesday) beginning at 6 p.m. in the Public Meeting Room (10001 Iron Bridge Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832).
Agendas, Minutes and Meeting Videos
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. View Planning Commission agendas, minutes and meeting videos.
Public Comment Form
Information regarding upcoming Chesterfield Planning Commission meetings, the public comment form and citizen comments are available on the Planning Commission Meeting Information and Public Comments page. Citizens are encouraged to use the online comment form to provide comment on public hearings regarding zoning cases. The online form can also be used to comment on unscheduled matters. In addition to the form, comments can also be received by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 804-748-1125.
Meeting Schedule and Related Documents
- Number of Members: Five
- Compensation: $22,132 annually
- Term of service: Four-year term
|Frank Petroski||Vice Chair||Midlothian||804-496-1582||PetroskiF@chesterfield.gov|
|Gloria Freye, J.D.||Member||Clover Hill||804-768-7381||FreyeG@chesterfield.gov|
|LeQuan Hylton, Ph.D.||Member||Dale||804-768-7389||HyltonL@chesterfield.gov|
Planning Commission, left to right: Petroski, Hylton, Freye, Owens and Sloan
Owens has over 20 years of professional experience in the fields of human resources and information technology. Currently, he works for a major educational hospital focusing on time and attendance systems to ensure employees are paid properly. Owens also serves on several non-profit boards and has been involved with the county EMS system. Additionally, he has volunteered with Little League Baseball and Softball for 35 years and has been a sports official for football, baseball, basketball, softball and wrestling for youth, scholastic and NCAA levels. Owens has completed all course work for credentials as a certified planning commissioner.
Petroski, after more than a decade of managing his own web development firm, now specializes in business development and futurist technologies. He is active in the Chesterfield County community, having served as the president of the Midlothian Business Alliance and the chair of its Community Affairs Committee, the chair of Chesterfield County’s Committee on the Future, and as an active member of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, he has served as a YMCA and Huguenot Little League baseball coach as well as a soccer coach with FC Richmond. Petroski is a certified planning commissioner.
Gloria Freye, J.D.
Freye is a highly recognized attorney with more than 26 years in private practice. Prior to her retirement in 2015, she handled a wide variety of land use, zoning and commercial real estate transactions. Her areas of concentration included zoning, permitting and development of residential, office, commercial and industrial properties. As an ABA-trained mediator, her skills greatly enhance her ability to work with the community and developers to build consensus and resolve details associated with proposed land development applications. Freye is a certified planning commissioner and has served as the Planning Commission chair in 2020 and 2021. She also serves as the Planning Commission representative on PlanRVA, the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission.
LeQuan Hylton, Ph.D.
Hylton, a real estate broker and licensed contractor who also serves in the U.S. Army Reserve as a logistics officer, is passionate about quality and affordable housing. A member of the Board of Directors for the Partnership for Housing Affordability, Hylton also volunteers with Homeless Outreach Ministry with his church, The Saint Paul’s Baptist Church. He is a certified planning commissioner and co-chairs for the Chesterfield County Housing Diversity Working Group.
Sloan, a lifelong resident of Chesterfield County, works professionally in the field of financial investments. He served as chair of the Planning Commission in 2017 and 2018 and as vice chair in 2016 and 2020. Sloan also previously served as the chair of the Chesterfield Community Services Board, on which he remains an active board member today, and the Sustain our Community Committee. Sloan has completed all course work for credentials as a certified planning commissioner.