Children’s Services Act (CSA)
Children’s Services Act (CSA) is a Virginia law designed to help troubled youths and their families.
The Attorney's Office is responsible for prosecuting criminal, traffic, and juvenile offenses.
The Clerk's Office handles administrative duties such as record keeping, staffing, service counters, screening solicitors, and more.
The City Manager serves as the executive of the City of Hopewell.
Economic Development and Tourism
Promotes economic development by setting strategic goals for economic growth and prosperity, targeting industries that are a good fit for Hopewell, and working with existing small business owners, industries and regional partners to strengthen the City’s economy.
The Finance Department oversees financial operations including investment management, budgeting, accounting, financial reporting, grant monitoring, payroll auditing, accounts payable, and purchasing.
Fire & EMS
Established in 1916, the City of Hopewell has been a professional fire department for over 100 years.
The Human Resources Department's mission is to provide a superior level of customer service through the strategic integration and application of best human resource management practices to City departments, employees, and the public.
Information Technology (IT)
The Hopewell Information Technology Services department provides enterprise IT services for the City of Hopewell.
Planning & Development
It is the goal of the City of Hopewell to be more responsive to customers, to be effective in internal communication, and to achieve efficiency in the city by helping developers and citizens obtain the services they need in primarily one location.
The Hopewell Police Department takes great pride in providing superior innovative law enforcement services through professionalism to our community.
Public Works oversees the City's Curbside Recycling Program, among other duties.
Recreation & Parks
Discover information about the Recreation and Parks Department events, classes, facilities, and more.
The Real Estate Assessor’s Office is a Division of the Department of Finance and it is responsible for valuing all real property in the City of Hopewell in a fair and equitable manner.
The mission of the Social Services is to have people helping people triumph over poverty, abuse, and neglect to shape strong futures for themselves, their families, and communities.
The Treasurer is an elected official responsible for the collection of local taxes and fees, the custody of and accounting for those collections, and the investment of city funds.
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