We compare our previous Municipal Equality Index scores from the Human Rights Campaign... plus, how that score might change.
The city is installing Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons around town — learn what they are, how they work, and where to expect them to show up in the near future
City will hold public meeting on May 22 to share proposed pedestrian improvements around the US-60 Downtown Expressway Gateway
The new designs feature callbacks to Virginia’s nature and architecture as well as enhanced security features
As the Civil War came to and end, Lincoln and Tad’s tour of Richmond heralded peace.
Protect the night by taking some simple actions Saturday, April 15-Saturday, April 22
The county began demolition of the Spring Rock Green shopping center to transform it into a retail destination
Changes to signalized intersections will improve safety, air quality, and traffic flow
The $3 billion budget focuses on money towards housing, education, services, and city employees
We take a look at our bicycling infrastructure and how we can make the area more bikeable.
Money from the Virginia Highway Safety Improvement Plan will go towards improvements for high-injury streets
Annual report on Richmond 300 comes with updates on zoning, expanded housing, and growth
Hello, new speed safety cameras.
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.
The Thalhimer-based firm was chosen by the city after nearly a year of deliberations.
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.
Good news for Richmond.
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