- Lowered the real estate tax rate from $0.96 to $0.95 and reduced the Business, Professional and Occupational License (BPOL) tax burden on small businesses.
- Maintained an AAA bond rating, lowered taxes, and increased spending on priorities.
- During her first term, Chesterfield saw over $300 million in investment—meaning more jobs and shorter commutes.
- Purchased River City Sportsplex that anchors the sports tourism campaign that generated $41M in economic impact for Chesterfield in 2018; allows 7 days a week community access to the facility.
- Doubled the business expansion incentive fund.
- Chesterfield has led the region in job growth since 2015.
Investing in Our Future
- Increased funding to rebuild five of our aging schools along with an additional $30 million annually for K-12 education.
- Facility replacements for the Midlothian Fire Station, Midlothian Library, Old Hundred Elementary, Magnolia Green Fire Station, and Animal Adoption Facility.
- Major road improvements including Lucks Lane, Robious Road, and Route 60 widening projects.
- Established and reached 2.5% reinvestment goal for major maintenance.
- Appointment of Maggie Walker Land Trust as the county’s land bank.
- Increased funding for Police, Sheriff, and Fire.
- Career development plans enhanced in all public safety agencies.
- Crime rates have dropped since 2015.
- All schools accredited; graduation rates exceed state averages
- Opening of the Child Advocacy Center.
- National recognized programs to combat the opioid crisis.
- Expanded Access Chesterfield and Access OnDemand.
- Same day access to mental health support services.