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Neighborhood Watch

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Chesterfield County's Curfew law?

Chesterfield County Curfew: Sec. 14-9 Part A: It shall be unlawful for any parent, guardian or other person having custody of a child under the age of 18 years to allow such child to be upon the streets or in other public places in the county between 11:00 PM and daylight of the following day unless accompanied by a parent, guardian or some adult person lawfully in charge of such child. (Note: this is only a partial section of the code. If you have any questions, contact the county for a copy of the complete county curfew code.

How does the NWP work?

Neighborhood Watch programs (NWP) educate residents on the basics of crime deterrence, delay & detection. The program depends on a communications between residents, the Hampton Park Neighborhood Watch Team and local law enforcement representatives. The Neighborhood Watch Team does not condone any vigilante actions. No one is asked to take personal risks of any kind.

What can I do as a resident?

Attend the program meetings and read the newsletters. Be aware of your surroundings. Secure your home and personal property. Follow the crime prevention recommendations from the NWP Team. Be alert to suspicious activity and report it immediately. Stop newspaper & mail delivery when you are on vacation (or ask a neighbor to hold them for you). Inform your neighbors if you plan to be away so they can pay special attention to your home.

What is the role of the Hampton Park Neighborhood Watch Team?

Act as a liaison between residents and local law enforcement.
Contact new neighbors about the NW program.
Disseminating any special information to Hampton Park residents, e.g., crime patterns in the area, crime alerts, etc.
Organize and coordinate patrols when necessary.

What do I do if I see suspicious activity?

There are three ways to call the police when you see suspicious activity and/or believe a crime is in progress:

• For non-emergencies, call the Chesterfield County Police non-emergency number at 804-748-1251. The Police can come to your home, if you want, and they will check the area. You can also ask them to check the area without coming to your home. You have a good deal of latitude as a resident. You can also request the Police update you on the disturbance, crime, suspicious activity etc.

• If the situation is an emergency (crime in progress), call 911 immediately.

• If you have information on a crime already committed, you can contact Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660 and remain completely anonymous. They will never ask for your name or any other personal information. The information you provide may solve a crime. See the Crime Solvers page, for more details.

2018 Pool Information


While school is in session the Celebration Pool is closed Monday- Thursday

Friday & Saturday, 10-7PM; Sunday-Thursday, 10:00-8:00PM

Funhouse Open 11:00am-7:00pm Every Day During Pool Season

*On Swim Meet Days Celebration Pool Will Close At 3:00 p.m.*

While school is in session the Festival Pool Summer Hours are 3:00 pm- 8:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 11:00am-9:00PM

**On Memorial & Labor Day, both pools close at 7:00 pm. **


Pool Rules:

-No children taller than the gate are permitted in the baby pool. All children in the baby pool must be supervised.

-The pool must be cleared for 30 minutes if there is thunder. Everyone must evacuate the pool deck.

-The pool will close if the lifeguard cannot see the bottom of the pool.

-Pool closure due to weather will be determined by an on-site personnel in accordance with Douglas Aquatics.


Lost & Found

-All items found at the pool will be held for 2 weeks. After two weeks, those items are subject to donation at the discretion of Hampton Park Management.

-All pool toys left behind will be placed in a bin for use at the pool.


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