Citizen Information & Resources
This new department merges the services of staff in Youth Planning and Development, the Aging & Disability Services office, Access Chesterfield, the multicultural liaison and others. The Department will help residents connect to the community and access resources they need throughout their life.
The Adolescent Reporting Program provides a community-based detention alternative for youths who violate their terms of probation or who commit new crimes while on probation.
Aging and Disability Services, created in May 2003, is Chesterfield County's leading resource for older adults and individuals with physical and sensory disabilities.
Committed to fostering relationships among the county government, citizens, businesses, and local and regional organizations to strengthen the community in which we live, learn, work and play.
The Davis Child Advocacy Center (CAC) helps children who have experienced trauma from abuse.
Chesterfield County values civic engagement and opportunities for residents to learn about their local government. Through interactive sessions and optional tours of facilities, residents will get a comprehensive look at how and why programs and services are provided.
Learn about the Access Chesterfield transportation services offered in Chesterfield County.
Chesterfield County welcomes those from other countries who decide to make this their new home. The county’s multicultural liaison assists and educates the county’s growing diverse population, as well as English-speaking residents who may need assistance with obtaining county services, programs, activities and benefits.
Youth Services provides resource information for county youths and families and leads collaborative initiatives that engage the community in promoting the safety, well-being and success of Chesterfield County youths.
Chesterfield County's Citizen Information and Resources non-discrimination policy.