Communications and Media
March 27, 2020
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — Beginning March 30, Chesterfield County government offices will be open with reduced operations until further notice. Buildings will be inaccessible to the public; citizens are asked to call ahead before attempting to visit any county buildings in person. Courts will be operating under state guidelines; please refer to the Courts Response to COVID-19 Coronavirus (www.chesterfield.gov/coronaviruscourts).
These measures are an effort to implement Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations for social distancing to help slow the spread of the outbreak of the coronavirus known as COVID-19.
There are an array of services still being provided in human services, community development, office of the treasurer and in other areas that can be conducted without groups of people. Information regarding specific event cancellations or postponements can be found on the County Calendar. Service and policy updates can be found at COVID-19 Chesterfield Closings and Cancellations webpage.
Chesterfield is committed to working with our national, state and regional partners in implementing steps to safeguard our community. We share the community’s concern regarding COVID-19 and will continue to follow the guidance and recommendations of the CDC and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH).
We will continue to assess the situation and ask residents to refer to the www.chesterfield.gov/coronavirus webpage for current information for Chesterfield County. For more information about COVID-19, please visit the CDC and VDH websites.