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Richmonders are invited to apply to join the Zoning Advisory Council to provide input to the planning commission.
The evaporative technologies manufacturing company will construct a new 400,000-sqft facility to open in 2025
The museum will welcome museum guests and travelers to the River City with sightseeing and activity recommendations.
RVA Rapid Transit released its annual report with statistics and goals for public transit in the Richmond Region.
Richmond’s newest park is open for business
Residents have raised concerns about ongoing repairs to failed sewer lines
The city is establishing a comprehensive way to evaluate historic and cultural resources in our community — check out the first draft and see how you can contribute
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The Science Museum of Virginia invites you to discover the science behind happiness and its impact on our health during “BODY WORLDS.”
Students ages 18 and under can eat breakfast and lunch at schools beginning June 10.
Over the years, Pony Pasture has been a popular spot for everyone from bicyclists to biker gangs.
The regional organization received the grant from the Environmental Protection Agency and is asking Richmonders how they want to reduce emissions
The annual inspection will include some road and bridge closures through Friday, June 7
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Learn about the history of Rosenwald schools with a visit to “A Better Life for Their Children: Julius Rosenwald, Booker T. Washington, and the 4,978 Schools That Changed America,” now on display at VMHC.
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Learn how advances in screening technology help combat cancer from one of the nation’s leading voices in cancer research on Thursday, June 6 at the Science Museum of Virginia.
Mayor Levar Stoney called the AAA rating from Fitch Ratings “a game changer for Richmond”
The Manchester Alliance and Shockoe Partnership brought together city leaders and stakeholders to discuss the future of the to-be-replaced bridge
One of Richmond’s most iconic neighborhoods, the area once called “West of the Boulevard” has seen a lot of changes in the last 150 years
Storefront for Community Design’s family-oriented event lets parents and kids design
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Give your feedback on the public elements of the Diamond District development, which will help shape the look and feel of the new neighborhood
The citywide auction is being put on by the RPS Education Foundation and includes items from local restaurants, authors, museums, and more.
The 45-day period of in-person early voting began on May 3
What would you add to the manmade island?
The park near Scott’s Addition will host local food and drink vendors and activities to illustrate the potential of the pop-up
The city is hosting three events to get community input on the public realm aspects of the upcoming Diamond District development
Find your family’s next furry friend through one of these local animal rescue organizations
There are several opportunities for public engagement with the budget process for fiscal year 2025.
Henrico has pledged to contribute $800,000 annually to the operation costs of Richmond’s new Northside shelter
Fonticello Food Forest worked with Storefront for Community Design to produce renderings of the adaptable outdoor space
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