The following is a PowerPoint presentation created by the City of Richmond to share information on current and emerging development projects in the city:
At the February 20, 2018 Richmond City Council Meeting, the CITY COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED TO EXPAND THE INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ORDINANCE TO INCLUDE SIMS AND SIMILAR BUSINESSES “TO INCLUDE INDIVIDUAL FACILITIES THAT HANDLE, PROCESS OR STORE HAZARDOUS OR TOXIC MATERIALS.”
The City will also be creating an inventory of all CUP’s in the City of Richmond.
DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE: 2018 Sisters in Solidarity Draft Poster v5 with speakers
The planning of the celebration is going well. We are finalizing the agenda and have confirmed the speakers. As a reminder, Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton will be our keynote speaker. This year, we will have a preconference activity in the courtyard for those of you who would like a low impact physical activity. Qigong will be offered from 9:40am to 10:00am. Qigong is a Chinese system of physical exercises and breathing control related to tai chi. By popular demand, we will bring back the table visits to exchange information and gain knowledge on the services/resources available from the various local organizations that will be in attendance.
Please help us to spread the word. We look forward to celebrating International Women’s Day with you.
Ms. Trina Jackson
Liaison to the Richmond City Council
440 Civic Center Plaza
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 620-6581 (tel)
(510) 620-6824 (f)
Downtown Richmond has been selected as a finalist for the 2017 Partners in Preservation Vote Your Main Street program! Your vote will help Richmond win a $150K Downtown Richmond beautification grant to support the restoration of the Market Square Mall Marquee. The campaign runs through October 31. Help us by voting @ www.voteyourmainstreet.org
Here also are a few blurbs that can be used in social media posts:
We’re ALL IN for Historic #DowntownRichmond. Are you? Join the movement to Revive the Market Marquee in Richmond. #VoteRichmond daily through October 31. www..VoteYourMainStreet.org/Richmond
#VoteRichmond and help #DowntownRichmond WIN $150k to Revive the Market Marquee! Vote daily now through Oct. 31 www.VoteYourMainStreet.org/Richmond
Mayor Tom Butt’s Special Business Roundtable is just one week away! Register for his final Business Roundtable of 2017, taking place on October 26th at Noon at The Shops at Hilltop. The event will take place in the mall’s community room, located on the second floor near the old JC Penney store.
The event will feature a presentation by the new owner-group of The Shops, LBG Real Estate, a branding and marketing presentation by Mayor Butt, an introduction of new mall tenants and a tour of the shopping center. Join us as we take a look into the future of The Shops and the branding of the Richmond community.
Admission to the Business Roundtable is $15. All proceeds go towards the Mayor’s Community Fund. Lunch is included with your registration. Follow the link to RSVP:https://fundraise.richmondcf.org/richmond/events/mayor-tom-butts-business-roundtable-luncheon/e148482
See you at The Shops at Hilltop!
Richmond Build is offering free HAZMAT and construction classes to all Richmond and San Pablo residents.
Get trained and certified!
Prepare yourself for upcoming employment opportunities on the Solar One Project, the Chevron Modernization Project, and more!