Community Associations, Resources and Programs
Civic, Condominium and Homeowners Associations keep you connected to the community. They give you a forum to voice your concerns and a way to involve yourself in making a difference where it matters most to you. Civic groups are nimble, responsive organizations that represent the interest of your neighborhood.
The county seeks to help residents connect to community associations by publishing a list of known association contacts.
Please be aware that the listing is not self-publishing. Information received via the change/correction form or any other means is normally updated within five business days. Updates can be made by filling out our downloadable form (PDF) or sending an email. Information you submit will become publicly viewable on this site.
Disclaimer: The information contained on this list is provided to Chesterfield County by the group themselves and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all active Civic/HOA groups within the county. Please note that some groups may no longer be active. Although the county attempts to verify the accuracy of this information, the county makes no warranties and assumes no liability as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained on this list.
Healthy Volunteerism Guidelines
Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a Wonderful Thing!
To make sure that everyone stays safe, do not volunteer if:
- You are sick or feeling unwell.
- You have been near someone who is sick.
- You have recently traveled abroad.
- You have traveled to a highly impacted part of the U.S.
- You are at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19.
If you are requesting a volunteer, let your volunteer know if any of the statements above apply to you as well!
Remember: Even when volunteering, practice social distancing - do not shake hands or have any unnecessary physical contact.
For more information regarding Chesterfield County’s response to COVID-19: www.chesterfield.gov/coronavirus
Adopt - A - Spot Program
Is there a spot in your neighborhood that could look better if only someone would take the time to clean it up? You can make a difference by taking ownership of just a small piece of Chesterfield County as your “adopted spot.” By volunteering to remove unsightly litter, your neighborhood, civic, school or church group will be active partners in this beautification endeavor and assist the county in achieving its goal to be responsible protectors of the environment.
Keep Chesterfield Beautiful Program, part of the Department of Community Enhancement, is looking for volunteers for the Adopt-A-Spot Program. This program allows organizations, businesses, and individuals to adopt smaller, more-secure areas instead of busy roadways.
A spot may be a park, school grounds, vacant lot, parking lot, walkway, median strip, street or entry way. The county will provide garbage bags and reflective vests as needed.
Take pride in your community by helping to keep just one site beautiful and litter-free.
If you are interested in attending any of our Volunteer Opportunities, please contact Pam Cooper or call 804-751-2227.