Chesterfield County is a thriving suburban community with a population of 332,499. The county’s Henricus Historical Park commemorates the Citie of Henricus, the second-oldest English speaking settlement in the New World, established in 1611. Situated between the James and Appomattox Rivers, the county has a land area of 446 square miles. Chesterfield was settled on May 25, 1749 and is bounded by the cities of Richmond, Petersburg, Hopewell and Colonial Heights and four counties.
Richmond is a Top 10 City for Global Trade in the United States by Global Trade Magazine, September 2016.
Richmond named among America’s 50 best running cities, by Runner’s World, August 2016.
Richmond ranked in the top Best Places to Live in the USA by U.S. News, February 2017.