Want to know more about the reasons behind the proposed cigarette tax and how it can help fund improvements for Richmond Public Schools? Read Cigarette Tax Explained by Richmond Forward.
You have an opportunity to sign the support statement and attend the public hearing at City Hall on April 23rd at 6 pm.
Saturday, February 17 at 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
• What we’ll do
RVA Clean Sweep is partnering with the Capital District of Circle K International for this three neighborhood cleanup (Randolph, Oregon Hill & Uptown). They are providing a larger group of volunteers and we need a handful of local residents to help guide the volunteers through neighborhoods.
Can you volunteer as a neighborhood guide? Please email email@example.com.
You can also RSVP, invite your friends, and message here.
Randolph: Idlewood, Allen, Harrison/Colorado
• What to bring
Please bring water bottle and wear layers.
• Important to know
There will be staged drop off points through the cleanup area. Details will be provided the day of.
Did you know Randolph has a site for Food Scraps Drop-Off? In Petronius S. Jones Park, near the Randolph Pool (1507 Grayland Ave) – you can drop off your food scraps for composting, year round, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Thanks to Sustainable RVA Zero Waste Initiative and Chip and Marshall Hall at Natural Organic Processing Enterprise (NOPE), cans are available for Food Scraps drop-off year round, 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. You can email questions or a request to be added as a Compost Program participant to SRVAZWI@gmail.com.
Photo courtesy of Sustainable RVA Zero Waste Initiative.
Starting for 2018, the Randolph Neighborhood Association is holding quarterly meetings instead of bi-monthly meetings.. All start 6:30 p.m. at the Randolph Community Center, 1415 Grayland Ave, (804) 646-1080, ending by 8 p.m.
Our first meeting for 2018 was Mon., Jan. 22, and remaining dates are as follows:
- Monday, April 16, 2018
- Monday, July 16, 2018
- (Planning meeting for National Night Out TBD)
- Monday, Oct. 15, 2018
Watch for updates on the Facebook page or on Nextdoor. (If you need a Nextdoor invite, email us and we can send you one). Please contact RNA at Randolphrva@gmail.com if you can help out with meetings, have agenda additions or other announcements.
The Byrd Park, Maymont, Oregon Hill, & Randolph neighborhoods are having multiple yard sales on Saturday, April 8. See the yard sale map with address and times. Sixteen yard sales are posted on the map — and there may be more. No early birds! Tell your friends and neighbors.
Addresses, times and items:
- 2105 Rosewood Avenue 7am-12pm
Tools, clothing, furniture, home decor, miscellaneous
- 2127 Rosewood Avenue 8am-12pm
Books, garden tools, misc household items
- 2125 Rosewood Avenue 8am-12pm
Furniture, clothes, etc.
- 1807 Rosewood Avenue 8am-12pm
- 1722 Blair Street 8am-12pm
Bed frame, furniture, bikes, clothes, jackets, wagon, shot glasses
- 1707 Winder Street 8am-1pm
Art, clothes, household items
- 2310 Maplewood Avenue 8am-1pm
Women’s accessories, clothes. Furniture, electronics, housewares!
- 1100 block of Eggleston Street 8am-12pm (possibly more than one house)
Books, clothes, vintage goods, art, art & craft supplies, misc.
- 1810 Carter St 8am-12pm
Kitchen supplies, kids stuff, furniture, gardening supplies
- 1515 Georgia Ave 8am-12pm
Music Equipment, books, miscellaneous items
- 1714 Georgia Avenue 8am-12pm
Furniture, eclectic mix
- 1612 Greenville Avenue 8am-1pm
Baby gear, toys, bike parts, room decor, household items, picture frames, wall hangings
- 612 S. Laurel Street 8am-12pm
Books, music, household items, yard items
- 430 S. Laurel Street 8am-1pm
CDs, books, kids toys, clothes shoes
- 611 S Pine Street 8am-12pm
Male and female clothes, kitchen appliances, bike, dresser, desk
- 821 Albemarle Street, unit B 8am-12pm
Lots of clothing! Interesting little things, wall decor, hair/beauty products, some furniture
A thanks to our neighborhood associations and residents for making this happen.
Applications are now being accepted for the 22nd Citizens Police Academy, September 20 – October 13 (Tuesday & Thursday Evenings), 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
This FREE Citizens Police Academy is designed to introduce citizens to the RPD, improve relationships with RPD, help participants gain knowledge of police operations, develop stronger advocates and promote safety in the community. Sessions will include, but not be limited to: Hands-Only CPR Training, RPD patrol functions, hands-on exercises, tours and so much more.
You must be 18 years of age and live or work in the City of Richmond. There are seats available for surrounding jurisdictions. The Academy is perfect for persons interested in a career in law enforcement. All applicants must pass a background check and investigation. No felony convictions. Misdemeanor convictions will be reviewed. Applicants will be notified when they are selected to participate. Those selected to attend are expected to attend and participate in at least 80% of the sessions.
Graduates of the Citizens Police Academy officially become Volunteers in Police Services (VIPS). Members of VIPS are notified of volunteer opportunities, events, special programs and services with RPD. Graduates may be also called to participate on special boards and planning committees.
Applications are available at our website: by email: RPDCares@richmondgov.com; or by calling (804) 646-3354. Deadline to Apply: Friday, September 9, 2016
Richmond Va Department of Public Utilities is hosting a Citizen’s Academy. This is a four-week program in October (Tuesdays, 4pm-6pm) that provides Richmond citizens an inside look at the operations of DPU. You would be introduced to the five utilities DPU operates: natural gas, water, wastewater, stormwater, and electric streetlighting. Tours of various DPU facilities and demonstration of equipment will be conducted.
The class is first come first serve with limited space. Please call 804-646-5463 if you are interested.
Richmond City Health District would like to invite you to attend their upcoming event “Richmond Community Conversations: Food Edition,” which will offer a unique opportunity to explore community perspectives on food access and nutritional health in Richmond. This past Spring, RCHD conducted a series of focus groups with residents across the city to better understand nutritional issues residents face in their neighborhoods including appeal, availability, and affordability of healthy food items. We received invaluable insight from 120 participants, and Richmond Community Conversations will serve as a platform to present our findings at East End and Northside community sites and engage residents in prioritizing next steps to combat these issues. Residents who attend these presentations will be invited to serve as active partners in building change in their communities by directly supporting RCHD’s growing food access initiatives. RCHD will provide free advocacy training to all interested attendees in partnership with the American Heart Association, and a Citizen’s Committee will be convened to advise RCHD leadership as an action plan for citywide and neighborhood-specific nutritional health is developed.
Schedule extended to end of the year!
With Bob Gulledge
Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons
NO FAMILY CLASSIC on September 24th
October 1st-The Wiz
NO FAMILY CLASSIC on October 8th or 15th
October 22nd-Wallace & Gromit & The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
October 29th-Casper (1995)
November 5th-The Secret Of NIMH
November 12th-Shirley Temple in The Little Princess (1939)
November 19th-Kiki’s Delivery Service
November 26th-Chicken Run
December 3rd-Meet Me In St. Louis
December 1oth-Arthur Christmas
December 24th-Polar Express
December 31st-An American Tail
Box Office Opens at 9:30am each show day
More info HERE