City Planning

The city has taken a piecemeal approach to the charter for almost two decades. This year, that changes.
City Council approved the Mayor Levar Stoney’s plans to send funds towards the police, DPW, local groups, and more
The City of Richmond has eyed the conversion of the island into public open space for nearly 40 years.
These questions asked voters where they wanted certain project money allocated.
The city is looking for a development team to reinvigorate the downtown area.
A study to determine a North-South equivalent of the Pulse will include public engagement sessions.
The new strategic plan unites the university and health system with shared community goals
Get application details and what to expect if federal funding comes through.
The arts nonprofit will host community events, classes, and resident artist studios out of the Manchester location.
If you’ve driven past high fences, work crews, and cranes and wondered what’s going on, don’t worry. Leave the investigating to us.
Become a development terminology expert fast than you can say “Special use permit for a mixed-use zone.”
The Dept. of Emergency Communications will change how they conduct 911 calls to provide more information to callers.
Currently, 5% of active local bus stops have a shelter and 21% have seating.
We’ve broken down the cost of living in Richmond, VA, comparing it to other states and the US national average.
The Thalhimer-based firm was chosen by the city after nearly a year of deliberations.
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Venture Richmond awarded $10,000 to ten different businesses that opened between Jan. 1 and May 15, 2022.
The city is looking to revise short-term rental regulations, eliminate parking space minimums, and permit accessory dwelling units.
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