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 quarterly on a Monday at the Randolph Community Center (1415 Grayland Ave).

2019 meeting dates are:

Monday, January 28
Monday, April 22
Monday,  June 17 NNO Planning
Monday, July 22
Monday, November 18

Ongoing focal areas include:

  • Annual National Night Out (first Tuesday in August)
  • 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

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