Chesterfield County, Virginia

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Chesterfield County is a county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia, a state of the United States. In 2006, its population was estimated to be 306,000, an increase of over 35,000 since 2000. Chesterfield County is now the fourth-largest municipality in Virginia (behind Fairfax County, Virginia Beach, and Prince William County, respectively).[1] Its county seat is Chesterfield[2]. It is located in the Richmond-Petersburg region and is a portion of the Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). Much of the northern portion of Chesterfield County accounts for what is referred to as Metropolitan Richmond's "South Side".

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