Randolph Neighborhood Association, in Richmond, Virginia

The Randolph Neighborhood Association (formerly known as the Randolph Community Group) serves to advance the common good of the Randolph neighborhood by serving as a conduit for civic participation and cultivating opportunities that strengthen our shared community life.

We meet every third Monday of the month at the Randolph Community Center (1415 Grayland Ave) during September, November, January*, March, May and July. (*January meets on the 4th Monday of the month.)

Ongoing focal areas include:

  • Annual National Night Out (first Tuesday in August)
  • Idlewood Round-a-about
  • Petronius S. Jones and Thomas Square restoration (in partnership with Parks and Rec)

Resources (from the Neighbor to Neighbor initiative): 

Landscaping plants: dial 311 and ask the City of Richmond information specialist to connect you with the City Arborist (Department of Public Works) who may be able to provide free plants/trees.

Replacement of wood on benches: dial 646-5733 and inform the City’s Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities representative to connect you with Parks’ staff serving the South/West District who may be able to provide these services for free.

Resurface sidewalks: dial 311 to report this issue or report it directly online to the Mayor’s Participation and Action Communication Team (MPACT) at the following website:    http://www.richmondgov.com/content/MayorsParticipationActionCommunicationTeam/ReportIssues.aspx