The City of Richmond has canceled its annual 3rd of July fireworks celebration due to issues related to COVID-19 and current shelter-in-place orders. The annual event is held at Marina Bay park where thousands of people gather to watch the fireworks displ...
Join us for a summer of fun!
Spend the summer with your favorite recreation staff and teachers from Booker T. Anderson, Parchester, Nevin, Shields-Reid, May Valley, and the Rec Complex in a virtual camp setting!
Summer Camps runs from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Frid...
RICHMOND, CALIF. – The City of Richmond was awarded two State Park Program (SPP) Proposition 68 grants totaling $12.7 million to revitalize Boorman Park and expand Harbour-8 Park. SPP funds are designed to create new parks and recreati...
Richmond has implemented a new process, within its existing digital eTRAKiT permit portal, to provide for contactless building permit application and approval.
In the current COVID-19 environment, such contactless processes are an important way to better serve the community, giving people a safe, easy way to handle their business with the City during the ongoing shelter-in-place.
The future of our communities starts with Census 2020. The Census count comes once a decade, to count every person living in the United States.
Si no ha respondido su cuestionario, o quiere ayudar a sus vecinos, amigos o familiares a completar su cuestionario, se puede realizar por: • Internet. https://my2020census.gov/• Teléfono : Inglés: 844-330-2020 o español: 844-468-2020
Si no ha respondido su cuestionario, o quiere ayudar a sus vecinos, amigos o familiares a completar su cuestionario, recuerde que se puede realizar a través de las siguientes opciones:
Internet. Dé click en este link e inicie su cuest...
If you haven’t completed your questionnaire, or want to assist your neighbors, family, or friends to complete their census, remember it can be done: • Online. https://my2020census.gov/ • Phone. English: 844-330-2020 Spanish: 844-468-2020
Every person missed in the Census count is estimated to result in a $2,000/year loss in federal funds for communities. If Contra Costa County undercounts by 5%, it’s expected to lose $1.1 billion of funding over the next ten years.
If you haven&a...
The City has issued a policy to fairly and efficiently manage the intake of all applications for wireless communications facilities.
Application Submittal Policy
Conditional Use Permit - Wireless Communications Facility Application Submittal Checklist