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Newberry Towne

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Welcome to Newberry Towne!!

Nestled among twenty-two acres is Chesterfield County's best kept secret in town home communities, Newberry Towne. 

Built on gently rolling hills with mature trees Newberry Towne offers 295 brick townhomes with a variety of floor plans ranging from 800 sq. ft.  to 2400 sq. ft.  Relax in your own back yard, enjoy our playground, or take a dip in the neighborhood pool - Newberry Towne is meant for comfortable living.

Conveniently located just off Chippenham Parkway with easy access to I-95, I-895, and I-64.

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Ordinance Enforcement. Hello Neighbors, letting you know that Chesterfield County, VA has a portal where citizens can report complaints regarding noise ordinance issues. Complaints may anonymous.

It can be found in the following link: https://www.chesterfield.gov/4034/Enforcement. https://www.chesterfield.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2403/Zoning-Code-Compliance-Brochure-PDF

You will need to create a profile and then submit your complaint. Have a wonderful day everyone!

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 EO-72-FOURTH-AMENDED-and-Order-of-Public-Health-Emergency-Nine-Easing-of-Commonsense-Surge-Restrictions-Due-to-Novel-Coronavirus-(COVID-19).pdf (virginia.gov)

https://www.chadwickwashington.com/2020/05/11/phase-one-reopening-in-virginia-effect-on-community-associations/

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