This topic involves everything from future planning of mass transit goals to individual and personal rights regarding their property.
Last fall, Richmonders shared their vision and big ideas for the future of the city, and now is your opportunity to hear and comment on how...
Changes could be coming to Carter Jones/Fonticello Park. Tomorrow is your chance to chime in on what those changes should look like.
Before the Master Plan team drafts any recommendations, they are reaching out to the community for guiding input on the future of James River Park.
The James River and the James River Park System are such an important part of the city. Take a few minutes to read the plan summary...
More than 850 students, faculty, staff and community members have identified university needs and shared insights about potential campus improvements so far.
City officials will share the parking data collected in each respective neighborhood and discuss parking concerns.
The insights gathered at these public meetings will help steer the university over the years to come.
"Richmond is growing, and we all share in the responsibility of managing how we grow,” said Mayor Stoney.