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Coming in 2020!
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Henrico Rec & Parks May 17
Are you as excited as we are? Is that even possible?! We’re opening spray parks a week early! ☀️⛱️ Spray parks are found at EHRC, Short Pump Park, & Twin Hickory Park. Details at .
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KeepHenricoBeautiful May 17
Happy Friday! Don't forget to put your trash where it belongs 🚯😍
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Henrico County Government May 14
The Board has awarded a contract of $648,900 for renovation of three multipurpose fields at Deep Run Park to accommodate cricket play and other activities.
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Henrico County Government May 14
The Board is recognizing the week of May 19-25 as Emergency Medical Services Week. Learn more about Henrico’s Public Safety Divisions -
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Henrico County Government May 14
The Board is recognizing the week of May 18-24 as Safe Boating Week. Please be safe on the water -
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Henrico County Government May 14
In a news release earlier today, Chief Cardounel stated, “Make no mistake, we take this seriously and our resolve to investigate these incidents and hold those accountable is unwavering.”
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Henrico County Government May 14
Chief of Police, Hum Cardounel, is briefing the board on three juvenile arrests made today for recent vandalism in the Regency Mall area and at Godwin H.S.
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Henrico County Government May 14
Tonight’s Board of Supervisors meeting began at 7 p.m., watch the livestream -
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Henrico County Government May 14
The Board of Supervisors will hold its regular meeting tonight at 7 o'clock. The agenda: . If you're unable to attend, a livestream will be at .
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Henrico County Government May 14
Coming in 2020! The Henrico Aquatics Center - a partnership between County, Virginia and to provide equitable access to swimming and to drown-proof the community.
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Henrico County Government May 14
Supervisor Frank Thornton said the aquatics center & new Fairfield library, under construction & opening in October, will be great additions to Laburnum. “Piece by piece, we’re creating a place for residents & families to nurture and strengthen their bodies, minds & spirits.”
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Henrico County Government May 14
Fairfield Supervisor Frank Thornton lauded ’s partnership with and called the facility the realization of a dream for the community. “I am excited & grateful to say that now is the time.”
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Henrico County Government May 14
County Manager John Vithoulkas said the center & a facility planned with at Regency will help make drown-proof. “Residents will have access to indoor swimming facilities that will allow everyone … to have lives that are safer, healthier and richer.
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Henrico County Government May 14
The Henrico Aquatics Center also will accommodate practices & meets for ’s high school swim teams & youth summer camps. hopes to expand its Learn to Swim campaign to provide free swim lessons to 2nd graders at Title 1 schools.
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Henrico County Government May 14
The 2-pool facility, announced in November, will provide swimming lessons for youth and adults plus exercise programs, special-needs classes and rehabilitation services, says Tim Joyce, president of .
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Henrico County Government May 14
Officials from and are set to break ground on the Henrico Aquatics Center, a $10 million, 20,000-square-foot indoor swimming facility on Laburnum Ave., by the Eastern Henrico Recreation Center.
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Henrico County Government May 14
Officials from and are gathering off Laburnum Ave to mark a milestone for the Henrico Aquatics Center project. Watch the announcement live at 11:30 on the Henrico County Government page on Facebook.
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Henrico County Government May 13
. Patricia O'Bannon will host a Tuckahoe Town Meeting to discuss traffic safety and concerns. Residents who are unable to attend may participate via a livestream at .
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Henrico County Government May 13
Fairfield District Supervisor Frank Thornton will hold a constituent meeting to discuss innovations & future projects in transportation as well as voting.
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