Chesterfield Council on Aging

The Chesterfield Council on Aging seeks to enhance the quality of life for older adults and adults with disabilities through education, advocacy and community service.


The Council seeks county residents and professionals from all industries who are dedicated to actively supporting our Mission Statement above. We invite you to explore our committees and CCA-sponsored events to find where you can best contribute in terms of volunteering your time, resources or leadership.

To join CCA, complete our online membership application. You will be contacted by committee leadership to welcome you into your selected areas of interest.

CCA Meeting

Monthly Meetings

Fourth Thursday of every month
9-10:30 a.m.

Lucy Corr Village, Mast Auditorium
9800 Lucy Corr Boulevard
Chesterfield, VA 23832

Virtual Meeting Information

Due to COVID-19, meetings are held via Zoom until further notice. Join Zoom meeting.

Meeting ID: 830 3222 2546
Password: 364602
Dial in: 929-436-2866

For help with Zoom:
The Zoom meeting will be open at 8:45 a.m. to allow for anyone needing help with access. Visit Zoom Support for help with Zoom or contact CCA Secretary Julie Shallow via email at or by phone at 804-304-3366.

Open to the public, senior groups welcome!  Most meetings include a guest speaker on topics relevant to older adults, updates from council committees, and a time of informal networking.

Adverse Weather Policy:  If Chesterfield County Schools are closed, this meeting will be cancelled.  For a delayed opening or early dismissal, please check this page for updates, or call (804-768-7878) to verify the meeting status.

About the Council on Aging

The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors established a Long Term Care Coordinating Committee in 1983 in response to Senate Bill 219 passed by the Virginia General Assembly.

The mission of the committee was to support the development of community based resources and to avoid the inappropriate institutionalization of impaired elderly and disabled adults. In 1987, this committee was expanded to encompass the Long-Term Care Council. Since that time the Council has been very active. It has received both State and National recognition. In August 2004, the Council changed its name to Chesterfield Council on Aging.