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10-17 N.S. 10-17 N.S.
Establishing certain fees for the proposed Master Fee Schedule; and ADOPT a resolution setting the dollar amount for the new fees and adjusting the dollar amount for current fees. Adopted: June 20, 2017
9-17 N.S. 9-17 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2017-18 at 0.14%. Adopted: June 20, 2017
8-17 N.S. 8-17 N.S.
regarding the City's intent to grant to SFPP, L.P. a 10 year franchise agreement to use or lay and use oil pipes and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing oil and oil products within the City's rights-of-way for a period of ten years. Adopted: June 20, 2017
7-17 N.S. 7-17 N.S.
Adding Chapter 11.46 of Article XI of the City of Richmond Municipal Code establishing regulations concerning the use of unmanned aircraft systems (drones) in Richmond. Adopted: April 18, 2017
6-17 N.S. 6-17 N.S.
Adding Chapter 14.46 of the City of Richmond Municipal Code establishing parking regulations for certain parking zones and establishing a parking authority enterprise fund to fund parking improvements and parking authority activities. Adopted: April 4, 2017
5-17 N.S. 5-17 N.S.
An urgency ordinance, pursuant to Government Code Section 65858, extending for a period of 10 months and 15 days a temporary moratorium on certain uses in General Plan 2030 Change Area 12 (Northshore), which was adopted by the City Council on February 7, 2017 (Ordinance No. 4-17 N.S.). Adopted: March 21, 2017
4-17 N.S. 4-17 N.S.
An urgency ordinance, effective immediately, temporarily prohibiting land uses in General Plan Change Area 12 (Northshore) that may conflict with a contemplated General Plan Amendment for this area. Adopted: February 7, 2017
3-17 N.S. 3-17 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 to update the solid waste collection rates to reflect: (1) an annual Consumer Price Index rate adjustment of three percent (3.00%) that will go into effect on January 1, 2017; and (2) approval of $.12 per month surcharge on residential accounts resulting from the high 2016 bulky item participation rate that exceeded the 2016 bulky item program budget. Adopted: February 7, 2017
2-17 N.S. 2-17 N.S.
Adding Chapter 14.56 to the Richmond Municipal Code (RMC) to establish a Neighborhood Permit Parking Program (NPP) that is intended to provide parking restrictions in residential communities located near major employers, colleges, medical institutions and those impacted by commuter spillover parking. Adopted: February 7, 2017
1-17 N.S. 1-17 N.S.
Adopting an initiative entitled, “A Proposed City of Richmond Ordinance to Amend the Richmond General Plan to Restrict Development, Limit Land Uses and Establish a Transferable Development Credit Program for Parcels Located in Certain Areas of El Sobrante Valley.” Adopted: January 24, 2017
22-16 N.S. 22-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) adding Chapter 11.102 of the Richmond Municipal Code entitled Relocation Requirements for Tenants of Residential Rental Units. Adopted: December 20, 2016
21-16 N.S. 21-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) repealing the Knox-Cutting Specific Plan, adopting the Richmond Bay Specific Plan, and approving a Zoning Map Amendment, subject to conditions. Adopted: December 20, 2016
20-16 N.S. 20-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) adding Chapter 7.110 to the Richmond Municipal Code entitled
19-16 N.S. 19-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 2.50 (Business Opportunity Ordinance) to extend the expiration date to December 31, 2020. Adopted: December 20, 2016
18-16 N.S. 18-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) updating and amending Chapter 8.16 of the Richmond Municipal Code that pertains to Fire Prevention, including incorporating the 2016 California Fire Code and 2015 International Fire Code. Adopted: December 6, 2016
17-16 N.S. 17-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) adjusting and setting the fees as outlined in the proposed Richmond Fire Department Prevention Services Division Fee Schedule. Adopted: December 6, 2016
16-16 N.S. 16-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) repealing Article XV Zoning and Subdivisions, Chapter 6.06 Historic Structures Code, and Chapter 7.102, Medical Marijuana Collectives of the Richmond Municipal Code, and adopting revised Article XV, Zoning and Subdivisions, and new Zoning Map. Adopted: November 15, 2016
15-16 N.S. 15-16 N.S.
Adopting an ordinance (second reading) to remove Robert H. Miller Drive as a designated truck route, and designate Hilltop Drive from Robert H. Miller Drive to the Richmond Parkway as a truck route, as part of the project to construct pedestrian and bicycle improvements along San Pablo Avenue between Rivers Street and Hilltop Drive. Adopted: November 15, 2016
14-16 N.S. 14-16 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 12.56 to meet the minimum requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program. Adopted: October 4, 2016
13-16 N.S. 13-16 N.S.
Approving a Zoning Amendment to rezone the project site from Coastline Commercial (C-C) to Planned Area (PA) District for the Terminal One Project. Adopted: July 19, 2016
12-16 N.S. 12-16 N.S.
Amending Chapter 7.102 - Medical Marijuana Collectives - of the Richmond Municipal Code (R.M.C.). Adopted: July 5, 2016
11-16 N.S. 11-16 N.S.
Amending Chapter 15.06 - Use and Display of Signs, repealing existing Chapters 4.04, 4.08, and 4.12 that relate to signs and other clean up changes to Section 15.04.860 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: June 21, 2016
10-16 N.S. 10-16 N.S.
Adding Chapter 15.03, Interim Zoning Regulations, to Article XV, Zoning and Subdivisions of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: June 21, 2016
9-16 N.S. 9-16 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2016-17 at 0.14%. Adopted: June 21, 2016
8-19 N.S. 8-19 N.S.
Establishing certain fees for the proposed Master Fee Schedule and after the second reading of the ordinance. Adopted: June 7, 2016
7-16 N.S. 7-16 N.S.
amend Chapter 7.102 of the Richmond Municipal Code (R.M.C.) allowing and setting minimum standards for medical marijuana cultivation and marijuana businesses. Adopted: May 24, 2016
6-16 N.S. 6-16 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 to update the solid waste collection rates to reflect an: (1) annual CPI rate adjustment of 2.56 percent that took place on January 1, 2016; (2) expansion of the senior discount to include the 20 gallon mini-can service; and (3) approval of $0.20 per month surcharge on residential accounts resulting from the high 2015 bulky item participation rate that exceeded the 2015 bulky item program budget. Adopted: May 3, 2016
5-16 N.S. 5-16 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 3.54 entitled Citizens Police Review Commission Ordinance to require the Investigative Officer to conduct an investigation in the event of death or serious bodily injury resulting from direct police action. Adopted: May 3, 2016
4-16 N.S. 4-16 N.S.
Amending the City of Richmond's classification of Crime Prevention Coordinator to Crime Prevention Manager and associated wages, salary and compensation for the revised and retitled classification (Salary Range 060D: $7,158-$8,657/month). Adopted: March 15, 2016
3-16 N.S. 3-16 N.S.
Revising the Richmond Police Commission enabling ordinance, Richmond Municipal Code 3.54. Adopted: March 15, 2016
2-16 N.S. 2-16 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Lead Police Records Specialist (Salary Range No. 046: $4,940 - $5,873/month). Adopted: January 12, 2016
1-16 N.S. 1-16 N.S.
Amending Chapter 7.102 of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to medical marijuana collectives, cultivation, manufacturing and distribution of edible medical marijuana-infused products; and ban on mobile marijuana dispensaries and mobile deliveries, reserving the City's right, as required under three new state laws, to regulate all medical marijuana operations and businesses, rather than give the State the authority to permit and regulate a variety of marijuana businesses within the City. Adopted: January 12, 2016
28-15 N.S. 28-15 N.S.
Establishing wages, salaries, and compensation for SEIU Local 1021 Part Time Unit. Adopted: December 15, 2015
27-15 N.S. 27-15 N.S.
Amending RMC Chapter 9.15 regarding Health in All Policies. Adopted: December 15, 2015
26-15 N.S. 26-15 N.S.
Repealing Ordinance No. 21-15 N.S. amending Article XI of the Richmond Municipal Code to establish a rent control board and just cause requirement for evictions in its entirety. Adopted: November 3, 2015
25-15 N.S. 25-15 N.S.
Amending the contract between the California Public Employees' Retirement System and the Richmond City Council to allow classic local safety members in Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA), International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 188 (Local 188) and Richmond Police Management Association (RPMA) to contribute an additional 1%, for a total of 3%, towards their retirement costs. Adopted: November 3, 2015
24-15 N.S. 24-15 N.S.
Rezoning the Baywalk Mixed-Use Development site from M-1, Industrial/Office Flex to PA, Planned Area District. Adopted: November 3, 2015
23-15 N.S. 23-15 N.S.
Repealing Article III, Chapter 3.40 of the Richmond Municipal Code pertaining to the Community Development Commission. Adopted: September 15, 2015
22-15 N.S. 22-15 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Article VI, Building Regulations by adding a new Chapter 6.47, Permit Process for Small Residential Rooftop Solar Systems, implementing provisions of AB 2188 by creating an expedited, streamlined permitting process for small residential rooftop solar systems. Adopted: September 15, 2015
21-15 N.S. 21-15 N.S.
Amending the Richmond Municipal Code to establish Rent Control plus Just Cause for Eviction. Adopted: August 5, 2015
20-15 N.S. 20-15 N.S.
Setting wastewater user rates for fiscal years 2015-16 through 2019-20. The recommended annual rate increases are 6.8% for each of these five fiscal years. Adopted: July 28, 2015
19-15 N.S. 19-15 N.S.
Establishing certain fees for the Master Fee Schedule. Adopted: July 21, 2015
17-15 N.S. 17-15 N.S.
An urgency ordinance amending the contract between the California Public Employee's Retirement System and Richmond City Council for employees sharing additional costs of three percent for classic local safety members in the Richmond Police Officers' Association and REPEAL Ordinance No. 16-15 N.S. Adopted: June 23, 2015
16-15a N.S. 16-15a N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2015-16 at 0.14%. Adopted: June 16, 2015
18-15 N.S. 18-15 N.S.
Disestablishing the Richmond Tourism Business Improvement District (RTBID). Adopted: June 2, 2015
16-15 N.S. 16-15 N.S.
An urgency ordinance amending the contract between the California Public Employee's Retirement System and the Richmond City Council for employees sharing additional costs of three percent for classic local safety members in Richmond Police Officers' Association (RPOA). Adopted: June 2, 2015
15-15 N.S. 15-15 N.S.
Amending the definitions in Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.04.020, the uses listed in Sections 15.04.100 through 15.04.250; and provisions relating to homeless shelters and transitional housing in Section 15.04.810.040, to bring the City's land use regulations into compliance with adopted amendments (Senate Bill (SB) 2 and SB 745) to Government Code Sections 65582, 65583 and 65589.5. Adopted: May 19, 2015
14-15 N.S. 14-15 N.S.
Amending certain sections of Chapter 7.102 of the Richmond Municipal Code reducing the number of medical marijuana collective permits from 6 to 3, establishing 3 medical marijuana products manufacturing permits, and providing clarifying language for certain sections of the ordinance. Adopted: April 21, 2015
13-15 N.S. 13-15 N.S.
Amending the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Fire Chief (Salary Range No.5.2: $11,800 - $18,417/month). Adopted: March 17, 2015
12-15 N.S. 12-15 N.S.
Zoning text amendments to Section 15.06 of the Sign Ordinance and Chapter 4.04 of the Sign Code. Adopted: March 17, 2015
11-15 N.S. 11-15 N.S.
Amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Deputy Fire Chief. Adopted: March 17, 2015
10-15 N.S. 10-15 N.S.
Amending the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Crime Analysis Assistant (Salary Range No. 42A: $4,588 - $5,413/month). Adopted: March 3, 2015
09-15 N.S. 09-15 N.S.
Amending Chapters 2.52, 2.62, and 7.102 of the Richmond Municipal Code to eliminate the Public Safety and the Finance Standing Committee. Adopted: March 3, 2015
08-15 N.S. 08-15 N.S.
Amending the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Crime Analysis Assistant (Salary Range No. 42A: $4,588 - $5,413/month). Adopted: March 3, 2015
07-15 N.S. 07-15 N.S.
Amending the contract with the California Public Employee's Retirement System. Adopted: February 17, 2015
06-15 N.S. 06-15 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Assistant City Clerk (Salary Range No. 052C: $5,659 - $6,853/month) Adopted: February 17, 2015
05-15 N.S. 05-15 N.S.
Amending Chapter 7.96 (Alarm Ordinance) of the Richmond Municipal Code to update the entire alarm ordinance, addressing issues including fines, permit requirements, and police response. Adopted: February 3, 2015
04-15 N.S. 04-15 N.S.
Amending section 3.50.040 of the Richmond Municipal Code to eliminate term limits for members serving on the Commission on Aging. Adopted: February 3, 2015
03-15 N.S. 03-15 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 6.40, Residential Rental Dwelling Unit Inspection and Maintenance, expanding the Residential Rental Inspection Program (RRIP) to all residential rental properties, and clarifying other sections of the ordinance. Adopted: January 20, 2015
02-15 N.S. 02-15 N.S.
Adding Chapter 2.66 of the Richmond Municipal Code establishing the City of Richmond social impact bond law. Adopted: January 20, 2015
01-15 N.S. 01-15 N.S.
Rezoning and amending the Zoning Map to change the land use designation for undeveloped parcels on Seacliff Drive from C-C, Coastline Commercial District, and M-4, Marine Industrial District to PA, Planned Area District subject to Conditions of Approval. Adopted: January 5, 2015
23-14 N.S. 23-14 N.S.
Repealing Chapter 3.25 of the Municipal Code establishing a Youth Commission. Adopted: December 16, 2014
22-14 N.S. 22-14 N.S.
Amending certain sections of Chapter 7.102 (Medical Marijuana Permits) of the Richmond Municipal Code to clarify requirements for dispensary operation. Adopted: December 2, 2014
21-14 N.S. 21-14 N.S.
Amending Chapter 12.18 of Article XII of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to the Discharges to the Wastewater Treatment System within the City of Richmond. Adopted: November 18, 2014
20-14 N.S. 20-14 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Resident Services Administrative Officer (Executive Salary Range 2.1 $8,087 - $12,620/month). Adopted: November 18, 2014
19-14 N.S. 19-14 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Community Services Director (Executive Salary Range 5.1 $10,728 - $16,743/month). Adopted: November 18, 2014
18-14a N.S. 18-14a N.S.
Enacting a Transactions and Use Tax to be administered by the State Board of Equalization, subject to adoption by the electorate. Adopted: November 4, 2014
18-14 N.S. 18-14 N.S.
Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map to change the land use designation for undeveloped parcels on Jetty Drive from M-1 Industrial/Office Flex to PA, Planned Area District to provide conformity with the General Plan 2030. Adopted: October 7, 2014
17-14 N.S. 17-14 N.S.
Amending the wages, salary, and compensation for the reassigned classification of Risk Manager to Exempt and Confidential Management (Salary Range No. 3.1: $9,024 - $13,806/month. Adopted: October 7, 2014
16-14 N.S. 16-14 N.S.
Amending Chapter 12.17 of the Richmond Municipal Code to update requirements pertaining to the inspection and rehabilitation or replacement of private sanitary sewer laterals. Adopted: October 7, 2014
15-14 N.S. 15-14 N.S.
Establishing fees in the Master Fee Schedule for specified services rendered by city departments. Adopted: July 30, 2014
14-14 N.S. 14-14 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 at 0.14%. Adopted: July 15, 2014
13-14 N.S. 13-14 N.S.
Amending sections of the Richmond Industrial Safety Ordinance RMC Chapter 6.43. Adopted: July 1, 2014
12-14 N.S. 12-14 N.S.
Amending Chapter 3.20, Section 3.20.080 of the Richmond Municipal Code, Powers and Duties of the Planning Commission, to establish new procedures for matters previously considered and decided by the City Council; and ADOPT a resolution regarding transition procedures for the Chevron Modernization Project. Adopted: June 17, 2014
11-14 N.S. 11-14 N.S.
Amending article VII of the municipal code to require the payment of a city-wide minimum wage. Adopted: June 17, 2014
10-14 N.S. 10-14 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 2.43 to increase the limit from $40,000 to $75,000 for the total amount of contributions a candidate may accept if receiving matching funds and repealing Chapter 2.39 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: May 20, 2014
09-14 N.S. 09-14 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salaries, and compensation for the classifications in the Exempt and Confidential Management unit, and repealing Ordinance No. 21-05 N.S. Adopted: May 6, 2014
08-14 N.S. 08-14 N.S.
Establishing wages, salaries, and compensation for the classifications represented by the Richmond Police Management Association (RPMA) in the City's classified service, and repealing Ordinance No. 40-06 N.S. Adopted: May 6, 2014
06-14 N.S. 06-14 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salaries, and compensation for the classification represented by the Richmond Fire Management Association (RPMA) in the City's classified service. Adopted: April 15, 2014
07-14 N.S. 07-14 N.S.
An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Richmond amending Article IX of the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond. This ordinance establishes Health in All Policies as a strategy for improving health and health equity for the City. Adopted: April 15, 2014
05-14 N.S. 05-14 N.S.
Amending the contract between the California Public Employee’s Retirement System and the Richmond City Council for employees sharing additional costs of one percent for classic local safety members in the Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA), the Richmond Police Officers’ Association (RPOA) and the International Association of Firefighters Local 188. Adopted: April 1, 2014
04-14 N.S. 04-14 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Crime Scene Technician. Adopted: April 1, 2014
03-14 N.S. 03-14 N.S.
Regulating the operation of Second Hand Dealers, including “Cash for Gold” businesses and restricting their location to C-2 and C-3. Adopted: March 18, 2014
02-14 N.S. 02-14 N.S.
Establishing wages, salaries, and compensation for Local 1021 and repealing Ordinance No. 42-06 N.S. Adopted: March 4, 2014
07-15 N.S. 07-15 N.S.
Amending the contract with the California Public Employee's Retirement System for employees sharing additional costs of two percent for all
01-14 N.S. 01-14 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 9.56 of the Municipal Code relating to the regulation of smoking. Adopted: January 14, 2014
26-13 N.S. 26-13 N.S.
Amending Sections 2.62.010 (a) and 262.030 (d) of the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond adding and giving authority to the Fire Department to issue administrative citations for fire code violations and to implement remedies stated in Chapter 2.62 of the Municipal Code. Adopted: December 17, 2013
25-13 N.S. 25-13 N.S.
Establishing fees in the master fee schedule for the servicers rendered by the City’s Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau. This ordinance amends the fee schedule which will implement cost recovery and will serve as the basis for future fee adjustments. Adopted: December 17, 2013
24-13 N.S. 24-13 N.S.
Amending Chapter 8.16 of the Richmond Municipal Code which establishes the Fire Prevention Code for the City of Richmond and adopts the 2013 California Fire Code with Local Amendments. Adopted: December 3, 2013
23-13 N.S. 23-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification represented by the Richmond Police Officers’ Association (RPOA) in the City’s classified service, and repealing Ordinance No. 41-06 N.S. Adopted: November 19, 2013
22-13 N.S. 22-13 N.S.
Rezoning to MFR-3, Multi-Family Medium Density Residential District, the acreage of eleven non-contiguous parcels of land to construct 43 townhomes, for properties commonly known as 1200-1300 Fred Jackson Way. (APNS: 561-151-007,-008,-009,-011; 561-162-031,-032,-033,-034; 561-192-029,-030,-031) Adopted: November 5, 2013
20-13 N.S. 20-13 N.S.
Amending Chapter 6.06 of the Richmond Municipal Code (Historic Structures Code) to streamline the design review process for alteration of historic resources by reducing the number of review bodies involved in the review process and by enabling administrative review of permit application for minor alterations. Adopted: October 15, 2013
21-13 N.S. 21-13 N.S.
To ban alcohol billboards near schools, in order to reduce the number of minors who become at risk for alcohol abuse due to starting to drink before they can make an informed, adult choice. Adopted: October 15, 2013
19-13 N.S. 19-13 N.S.
Amending Section 9.20.110 of the Richmond Municipal Code increasing the administrative charge that the City may assess on delinquent solid waste service accounts. Adopted: October 1, 2013
17-13 N.S. 17-13 N.S.
Amending Chapter 12.22 of the Richmond Municipal Code to modify the city’s thresholds for low impace development and to update other aspects of Stormwater Management and Discharge Control. Adopted: September 17, 2013
18-13 N.S. 18-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification represented by the Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA) in the City’s classified service, and repealing Ordinance No. 39-06 N.S. Adopted: September 17, 2013
16-13 N.S. 16-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classifications represented by the International Federation of Professional and Technical Employees Union Local 21 (IFPTE LOCAL 21) in the city’s classified service, and repealing Ordinance No. 38-06 N.S. Adopted: September 10, 2013
15-13 N.S. 15-13 N.S.
ADOPT an interim urgency ordinance of the City of Richmond pursuant to Government Code Section 65858 (f) establishing a temporary moratorium on Second-Hand Dealers, including but not limited to
14-13 N.S. 14-13 N.S.
Adding Chapter 2.65 to the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond entitled “Ban the Box” requiring any contractor, lessee, recipient of financial aid or their subcontractors to refrain from any inquiries regarding employment applicants’ prior criminal convictions. Adopted: July 30, 2013
13-13 N.S. 13-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification represented by the International Association of Firefighters (I.A.F.F. Local 188) in the City’s classified services, and repealing Ordinance No. 43-06 N.S. Adopted: July 30, 2013
12-13 N.S. 12-13 N.S.
Amending Chapter 9.17 of the Richmond Municipal Code to prohibit the retail sale of polystyrene foam products, revise allowable food ware, and provide for the issuance of an administrative citation immediately following a violation of this ordinance, and include other technical revisions Adopted: July 16, 2013
11-13 N.S 11-13 N.S
Adding Chapter 9.14 to the Richmond Municipal Code to regulate the use of plastic carryout bags and recyclable paper carryout bags and promote the use of reusable bags within the City Adopted: July 16, 2013
10-13 N.S. 10-13 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Adopted: July 2, 2013
07-13 N.S. 07-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification of CCTV and Wireless Systems Specialist and amending General employees Ordinance No. 40-01 N.S. Adopted: June 4, 2013
09-13 N.S. 09-13 N.S.
An interim urgency ordinance of the City of Richmond pursuant to Government Code Section 65858 establishing a temporary moratorium on Second-Hand Dealers, including but not limited to "Cash for Gold" businesses in the City of Richmond. Adopted: June 4, 2013
08-13 N.S. 08-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification of Community Services Technician II and amending Full Time General employees Ordinance No. 33-01 N.S. Adopted: June 4, 2013
06-13 N.S. 06-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification of Buyer II and amending Full Time General employees Ordinance No. 33-01 N.S. Adopted: May 21, 2013
05-13 N.S. 05-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification of Duplicating /Mail Specialist I/II and amending management employees Ordinance No. 42-06 N.S. Adopted: May 21, 2013
04-13 N.S. 04-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification of Source Control Superintendent amending management employees Ordinance No. 40-01 N.S. Adopted: April 2, 2013
03-13 N.S. 03-13 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification of Risk Manager and amending management employees Ordinance No. 40-01 N.S. Adopted: March 19, 2013
02-13 N.S. 02-13 N.S.
Adding certain subsection to Section 6.38 of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to maintenance and monitoring of vacant dwellings or buildings. Adopted: March 19, 2013
01-13 N.S. 01-13 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 6.43 to improve industrial safety and update and clarify other sections of Chapter 6.43. Adopted: February 5, 2013
16-12 N.S. 16-12 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.50 to the Richmond Municipal Code entitled Business Opportunity Ordinance. Adopted: December 18, 2012
15-12 N.S. 15-12 N.S.
Amending Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 of the Richmond Municipal Code of the City of Richmond. This Ordinance establishes new rates which pertain to the collection of residential and commercial solid wastes within the City of Richmond. Adopted: December 18, 2012
14-12 N.S. 14-12 N.S.
Amending Section 2.12.010 of the Richmond Municipal Code to reduce the number of Councilmembers needed to constitute a quorum or to approve a business item from five to four in conformity with the City's Charter Adopted: November 20, 2012
13-12 N.S. 13-12 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the classification of Equipment Parts Storekeeper and amending general employees Ordinance No. 42-06 N.S. Adopted: November 20, 2012
12-12 N.S. 12-12 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2012-13. Adopted: October 2, 2012
11-12 N.S. 11-12 N.S.
Amending Section 2.42.075 of the Richmond Municipal Code to specify the information that must be included on a mass mailing in support of , or in opposition to, a candidate for Richmond elective office, or a Richmond City ballot measure, and to specify which types of political committees are subject to these requirements; and amending Section 2.42.080 of the Richmond Municipal Code to repeal the provision of that section imposing criminal penalties for violations of Chapter 2.42 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: September 18, 2012
10-12 N.S. 10-12 N.S.
Amending portions of Chapter 11.76 of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to abandoned, wrecked, dismantled or inoperative vehicles. Adopted: September 18, 2012
09-12 N.S. 09-12 N.S.
Amending the Richmond Municipal Code by adding Chapter 2.39 thereto to regulate contributions from parties and participants in entitlement proceedings. Adopted: July 31, 2012
08-12 N.S. 08-12 N.S.
Repealing Chapter 14.72 of the Richmond Municipal Code pertaining to solicitation of vehicle occupants. Adopted: July 31, 2012
07-12 N.S. 07-12 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.43 of the Richmond Municipal Code to limit to $40,000 the total amount of contributions a candidate may accept if that candidate receives public matching funds from the City of Richmond. Adopted: July 24, 2012
06-12 N.S. 06-12 N.S.
Adding Chapter 9.48 to the Richmond Municipal Code to require that the City of Richmond manage pests at city maintained properties and facilities using Integrated Pest Management (IPM) principles and techniques. Adopted: July 24, 2012
05-12 N.S. 05-12 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 9.24 to the Richmond Municipal Code entitled “Animals”. Adopted: July 10, 2012
04-12 N.S. 04-12 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 2.42.075 to clarify the disclosure requirements for campaign mass mailings. Adopted: June 19, 2012
03-12 N.S. 03-12 N.S.
Approving the Marin Energy Authority Joint Powers Agreement and authorizing the Implementation of a Community Choice Aggregation Program. Adopted: June 19, 2012
02-12 N.S. 02-12 N.S.
Amending RMC Chapter 7.102 (Medical Marijuana Collectives)to increase the number of available permits, limit the concentration of collectives and provide a procedure for permitted collectives to change locations. Adopted: March 20, 2012
01-12 N.S. 01-12 N.S.
Amending Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 of the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond. This Ordinance establishes new rates which pertain to the collection of residential and commercial solid wastes within the City of Richmond. Adopted: January 17, 2012
24-11 N.S. 24-11 N.S.
Adding Chapter 9.57 to the City of Richmond Municipal Code prohibiting smoking in and around multi-unit residences. Adopted: December 6, 2011
25-11 N.S. 25-11 N.S.
Amending RMC Chapter 7.102 (Medical Marijuana Collectives) to increase the number of permits available from three to four. Adopted: November 22, 2011
23-11 N.S. 23-11 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the Senior Human Resources Administrator and amending management employees Ordinance No. 40-01 N.S. Adopted: November 1, 2011
22-11 N.S. 22-11 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the Classification of Code Enforcement Superintendent and amending management employees Ordinance NO. 40-01 N.S. Adopted: September 20, 2011
21-11 N.S. 21-11 N.S.
Adding Chapter 11.05 of Article XI of the Richmond Municipal Code prohibiting possession or discharge of fireworks. Adopted: September 20, 2011
19-11 N.S. 19-11 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Pension Tax Override for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 at 0.14% and re-establishing procedures in the Municipal Code to levy Pension Tax Override on the Contra Costa County Property Tax Roll. Adopted: September 13, 2011
20-11 N.S. 20-11 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 9.24 entitled animals and deleting Chapter 9.24.090 regarding permit for keeping of bees. Adopted: September 13, 2011
18-11 N.S. 18-11 N.S.
Amending Chapter 12.18 of Article XII, of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to the discharges to the Wastewater Treatment System within the City of Richmond. Adopted: July 26, 2011
17-11 N.S. 17-11 N.S.
Establishing fees in the Master Fee Schedule for the services rendered by city departments. This ordinance amends the fee schedule which will implement cost recovery and will serve as the basis for future fee adjustments. Adopted: July 19, 2011
16-11 N.S. 16-11 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.64, Article II, of the Richmond Municipal Code authorizing a municipal identification program to provide for the issuance of municipal identification cards to residents of the City of Richmond for the purposes of improving public safety, increasing civic participation, and supporting local commerce. Adopted: July 19,2011
15-11 N.S. 15-11 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the Classification of Library & Cultural Services Director and amending exempt and confidential management Ordinance NO. 25-07 N.S. Adopted: July 19,2011
14-11 N.S. 14-11 N.S.
Repealing Chapters 14.70 and 9.52 of the Richmond Municipal Code in their entirety and adding a new chapter 9.52 relating to Community Noise Adopted: May 17, 2011
13-11 N.S. 13-11 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the Classification of Wastewater/Stormwater Manager and amending management employees Ordinance NO. 40-01 N.S. Adopted: May 3, 2011
12-11 N.S. 12-11 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.04.890 (Wireless Communications Facilities. Adopted: April 12, 2011
11-11 N.S. 11-11 N.S.
An urgency ordinance, pursuant to government Code Section 65858, extending a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing, approval and issuance of applications and permits to construct or place new wireless communications facilities in the City of Richmond. Adopted: March 15, 2011
10-11 N.S. 10-11 N.S.
An urgency ordinance, pursuant to government Code Section 65858, by the City of Richmond, extending the temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of applications and permits for outdoor vendors in any zoning district within the city. Adopted: March 15, 2011
09-11 N.S. 09-11 N.S.
Enacting a transactions and use tax to be administered by the State Board of Equalization, subject to adoption by the electorate. Adopted: March 15, 2011
08-11 N.S. 08-11 N.S.
Amending Chapter 15.04 of the Richmond Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance) pertaining to recycling facilities in a C-1 Neighborhood Commercial, C-2 General, C-3 Regional Commercial, C-B Central Business, And C-C Coastline Commercial Districts. Adopted: March 1, 2011
07-11 N.S. 07-11 N.S.
An urgency ordinance, pursuant to government Code Section 65858, by the City of Richmond, placing a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of applications and permits for outdoor vendors in any zoning district within the city. Adopted: February 15, 2011
06-11 N.S. 06-11 N.S.
Placing a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing, approval and issuance of applications and permits to construct or place new wireless communications facilities in the City of Richmond. Adopted: February 1, 2011
05-11 N.S. 05-11 N.S.
Placing a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing, and approval of applications and permits for Formula restaurants in the Point Richmond Neighborhood Commercial (C-1). Adopted: February 1,2011
 04-11 N.S. 04-11 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the Classification of Richmond Housing Authority Contract Administrator and amending Management Employees Ordinance NO. 38-06 N.S. Adopted: January 18, 2011
03-11 N.S. 03-11 N.S.
Establish wages, salaries and compensation for the Classifications of Source Control Inspector I/II/III and amending general employees Ordinance NO. 33-06 N.S. Adopted: January 18, 2011
02-11 N.S. 02-11 N.S.
Amending wages, salaries and compensation for the Classification of Code Enforcement Manager and Amending Management Employees Ordinance NO. 38-06 N.S. Adopted: January 4, 2011
01-11 N.S. 01-11 N.S.
Amending Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 of the Municipal Code of the City Of Richmond. This Ordinance establishes new rates which pertain to the collection of residential and commercial solid wastes within the City of Richmond. Adopted: January 4, 2011
 32-10 N.S. 32-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 6.06 Historic Structures. Adopted: November 16, 2010
31-10 N.S. 31-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 7.102 (Medical Marijuana Collectives) Adopted: November 16, 2010
33-10 N.S. 33-10 N.S.
Imposing a general business license tax on cannabis businesses and amending Chapter 7.04 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: November 2, 2010
30-10 N.S. 30-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 3.58 of the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond this Ordinance Amends Chapter 3.58 to create the Human Rights and Human Relations Commission. Adopted: October 19, 2010
29-10 N.S. 29-10 N.S.
Setting the Tax Rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2010-11. Adopted: October 5, 2010
28-10 N.S. 28-10 N.S.
Adding Chapter 7.102 (Medical Marijuana Collectives) to the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: September 21, 2010
27-10 N.S. 27-10 N.S.
Adding Chapter 47 to Article XIII of the Richmond Municipal Code to create a comprehensive framework for the administration of pipeline franchises in the City of Richmond. Adopted: September 21, 2010
26-10 N.S. 26-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 11.86 (Bingo Games) to eliminate the restriction on the number of days per week that an organization may conduct bingo games and to ensure that all charitable bingo gaming is conducted in a manner that preserves the public safety and welfare. Adopted: August 2, 2010
25-10 N.S. 25-10 N.S.
Amending provisions of the Richmond Municipal Code to allow businesses serving food and beverages to obtain an encroachment permit and, in certain cases, a conditional use permit, to use public sidewalks for outdoor dining. Adopted: July 27, 2010
24-10 N.S. 24-10 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Engineering Infrastructure Administrator (Salary Range No. 066: $6,926 - $8,419/month). Adopted: July 27, 2010
22-10 N.S. 22-10 N.S.
Setting wastewater user rates for fiscal years 2011-2012 through 2013-14, establishing annual rate increases of 5% for each of these three fiscal years. Adopted: July 6, 2010
23-10 N.S. 23-10 N.S.
Amending Chapter 9.17 of the Richmond Municipal Code related to the use of food ware by Richmond food providers to: (a) include technical revisions regarding elimination of the use of the term "Biodegradable;" (b) inclusion of cutlery items required to be compostable; and (c) inclusion of an exemption for food ware for which there is no suitable alternative. Adopted: July 6, 2010
20-10 N.S. 20-10 N.S.
Amending Chapters 9.20 and 9.21 of the Richmond Municipal Code to revise the definition of solid wastes to exclude recyclables and to allow for biweekly collection of residential food waste mixed with green waste for composting. Adopted: June 15, 2010
21-10 N.S. 21-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.06.070 to clarify the scope of exemptions for official notices, traffic control signs, and danger signs. Adopted: June 15, 2010
19-10 N.S. 19-10 N.S.
Amending Chapter 15.04 of the Richmond Municipal Code to limit the types of land uses that may sell tobacco products. Adopted: June 1, 2010
18-10 N.S. 18-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.06 (Use and Display of Signs) and adding Section 4.12.020 (Removal of Signs from Utility Poles or Public Property) to clarify and simplify the process for obtaining a permit for multiple temporary signs. Adopted: May 18, 2010
17-10 N.S. 17-10 N.S.
Adopting the amended and restated Redevelopment Plan for the Richmond Merged Redevelopment Project Area Pursuant to the Community Redevelopment Law of the State of California. Adopted: May 4, 2010
16-10 N.S. 16-10 N.S.
Adding Chapter 11.61 relating to a juvenile daytime curfew. Adopted: April 20, 2010
15-10 N.S. 15-10 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.56 of the Municipal Code to revise the City of Richmond Local Employment Ordinance (52.06 N.S.) Adopted: April 20, 2010
14-10 N.S. 14-10 N.S.
Revising Richmond Municipal Code Sections 6.02.130 and 6.02.140 to establish a Board of Appeals to review decisions of the Building Official and penalties for violations of Building Codes and the Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings. Adopted: April 6, 2010
13-10 N.S. 13-10 N.S.
Repealing section 2.42.080 (Enforcement of fair elections ordinance) and Adding a new Section 2.42.080 to establish the penalties for violation of the fair elections ordinance and the process for enforcing the ordinance. Adopted: April 6, 2010
12-10 N.S. 12-10 N.S.
Adding Chapter 6.46 to the City of Richmond Municipal Code establishing green building standards for the construction and/or renovation of commercial and residential buildings. Adopted: April 6, 2010
11-10 N.S. 11-10 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.50 To The Richmond Municipal Code Entitled Business Opportunity Ordinance. Adopted: February 16, 2010
10-10 N.S. 10-10 N.S.
An urgency ordinance, ordinance, by four-fifths vote, pursuant to Government Code Section 65858 extending the moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of applications to establish medical marijuana dispensaries and cooperatives in any zoning district within the city until January 20, 2011, or such time as the Zoning Ordinance is amended to address land uses related to medical marijuana. Adopted: March 2,2010
09-10 N.S. 09-10 N.S.
Amending Sections 15.04.820.030 through 15.04.820.035 of the Richmond Municipal Code to provide for technical amendments to the City's Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance, and the related definitions section of the Zoning Ordinance Adopted: February 16, 2010
08-10 N.S. 08-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code 2.34.04 to incorporate the current Master Fee Schedule Stormwater Charges into the Stormwater Permitting Program fee schedule Adopted: February 16, 2010
07-10 N.S. 07-10 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code 12.20.050 to include establishing a Stormwater Permitting Program (separate from wastewater) Adopted: February 16, 2010
06-10 N.S. 06-10 N.S.
Adding fees for inspections of businesses selling alcohol and/or tobacco products to the Master Fee Schedule Adopted: February 2, 2010
05-10 N.S. 05-10 N.S.
Urgency ordinance, pursuant to Government Code Section 65858, by the City of Richmond, establishing a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of applications and permits for tobacco-oriented retail establishments. Adopted: January 19, 2010
04-10 N.S 04-10 N.S
Urgency ordinance, pursuant to Government Code Section 65858, by the City Of Richmond, establishing a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing, and approval of applications and permits for medical marijuana establishments. Adopted: January 19, 2010
03-10 N.S. 03-10 N.S.
Repealing Chapter 11.98 of the Richmond Municipal Code, which bans possession of large capacity magazines for guns. Adopted: January 19, 2010
02-10 N.S. 02-10 N.S.
Rezoning to Planned Area (PA) district the 14.12-acre site, known as “Oishi, Sakai, and Maida-Endo Nurseries” generally located at South 45th Street and Wall Avenue for the Miraflores Housing Development Project (THE “PROJECT,” PLN 09-026) Adopted: January 5,2010
01-10 N.S 01-10 N.S
Adding Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 15.04.942 governing deemed approved alcoholic beverage sales and amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.04.910.080 (H) to require windows on the storefront and inspections of businesses that sell alcoholic beverages. Adopted: January 5, 2010
42-09 N.S. 42-09 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 2.50 to the Richmond Municipal Code Entitled Business Opportunity Ordinance. Adopted: December 15, 2009
41-09 N.S. 41-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Community Services Administrative Manager and Amending Management Employers Ordinance No. 40-01 N.S. Adopted: December 15, 2009
40-09 N.S. 40-09 N.S.
Adopting an urgency ordinance under Government Code Section 65858 declaring a moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of applications to establish medical marijuana dispensaries and cooperatives in any zoning district within the City.Adopted:December 1,2009
39-09 N.S. 39-09 N.S.
Adding Chapter 12.29 (Street Opening and Pavement Restoration Regulations) to the Richmond Municipal Code, establishing a moratorium against excavating in newly resurfaced streets.Adopted: December 1, 2009
38-09 N.S. 38-09 N.S.
Adding Chapter 7.107 to the Richmond Municipal Code to prohibit the sale of tobacco in drug stores that contain pharmacies.Adopted:November 17, 2009
37-09 N.S. 37-09 N.S.
Adding Chapter 9.17 (Food Ware) of the Richmond Municipal Code to prohibit the use of expanded polystyrene disposable food ware and requiring the use of biodegradable or compostable food ware by food providers and City facilities effective July 1, 2010.Adopted: November 17,2009
36-09 N.S. 36-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Communications Call Taker (Salary Range No. 14A: $3,559 - $4,327/month).Adopted: November 17, 2009
35-09 N.S. 35-09 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Pension Tax Override Fund for Fiscal Year 2009-2010 at 0.14%. Adopted: November 17, 2009
34-09 N.S. 34-09 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 7.105, concerning restrictions on evictions for property in foreclosure, to ensure consistency with state and federal law. Adopted: October 20, 2009
33-09 N.S. 33-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Engineer I (Salary Range No. 49E: $4,844-$5,877/month) and compensation for the new classification of Engineer II (Salary Range No. 53: $5,591 - $6,793/month). Adopted: October 20, 2009
32-09 N.S. 32-09 N.S.
Amending Section 9.40 of the Richmond Municipal Code (RMC) to prohibit urinating and defecating in public Adopted: October 6, 2009
31-09 N.S. 31-09 N.S.
Repealing parts of Chapter 11.04 of the Richmond Municipal Code (RMC)and adopting provisions prohibiting possession of open containers of alcoholic beverages on streets and sidewalks Adopted: October 6, 2009
30-09 N.S. 30-09 N.S.
Amending Subsections 2.62.060, 2.62.105, and 2.62.130 of Section 2.62 of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to appeals of administrative citations Adopted: October 6, 2009
29-09 N.S. 29-09 N.S.
Repealing the moratorium on the construction, structural alteration or relocation of permanent signs and enacting new provisions of the Richmond Municipal Code setting forth sign standards. Adopted: September 22, 2009
28-09 N.S. 28-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Technology Application Specialist (Salary Range No.054C:$5,933-$7,212/month). Adopted: July 28, 2009
25-09 N.S. 25-09 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 3.25 to create a more inclusive and effective Youth Commission. Adopted: July 28, 2009
27-09 N.S. 27-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Construction Inspector I (Salary Range No. 49: $4,939-$5,957/month) and compensation for the new classification of Construction Inspector II (Salary Range No. 52C: $5,492-$6,652/month). Adopted: July 28, 2009
26-09 N.S. 26-09 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.04.820.035 (Wireless Communications Facilities)and adding Section 15.04.890 (Wireless Communication Facilities). Adopted: July 28, 2009
24-09 N.S. 24-09 N.S.
Establishing regulations for land use related to biodiesel facilities in the City of Richmond Adopted: July 21, 2009
23-09 N.S. 23-09 N.S.
Adding Chapter 9.57 to the Richmond Municipal Code regarding the prohibition of smoking in and around multi-unit residences within the City of Richmond Adopted: July 21, 2009
22-09 N.S. 22-09 N.S.
Adding Chapter 9.62 to the Richmond Municipal Code instituting a commuter benefit program within the City of Richmond for employers who have 10 or more employees working within the City Adopted: July 21, 2009
21-09 N.S. 21-09 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Finance Manager I/II (Salary Range 55D: $5,993-$7,245/month and 60D:$6,747-$8,160/month) Adopted: July 21, 2009
20-09 N.S. 20-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Business License Field Investigator (Salary Range No.34: $3,923 - $4,559/month) Adopted: July 21, 2009
19-09 N.S. 19-09 N.S.
Urgency ordinance repealing the City's existing sign ordinance (Chapter 15.06 of the Municipal Code), placing a temporary, 120-day moratorium on new permanent signs and allowing temporary signs, and direct staff to develop new, permanent sign regulations. Adopted: July 7, 2009
18-09 N.S. 18-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Payroll Supervisor (Salary Range No.057:$6,218-$7,560/month). Adopted: July 7, 2009
17-09 N.S. 17-09 N.S.
Extending a temporary moratorium on the acceptance and approval of permit applications to construct, modify or place wireless communication facilities. Adopted: March 3, 2009
16-09 N.S. 16-09 N.S.
Enacting local eviction control on foreclosed property by prohibiting eviction or residential tenants from rental units during the period the unit is subject to sale of a deed of trust. Adopted: June 16, 2009
15-09 N.S. 15-09 N.S.
Repealing Richmond Municipal Code Chapters 13.08 through 13.36 and adopting anew Chapter 13.08 regarding appeals and remedies for tax and fee disputes. Adopted: June 16, 2009
14-09 N.S. 14-09 N.S.
Amending and adding certain subsections to Chapter 11.68 of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to prohibited trespassing. Adopted: June 16, 2009
13-09 N.S. 13-09 N.S.
Repealing Chapter 7.104 of the City of Richmond Municipal Code and adding Chapter 7.106 establishing a tobacco retailer license. Adopted: June 2, 2009
12-09 N.S. 12-09 N.S.
Repealing Chapter 9.18 of the City of Richmond Municipal Code and adding Chapter 9.56 regulating smoking in public places. Adopted: June 2, 2009
11-09 N.S 11-09 N.S
Adding Chapter 9.58 to the Richmond Municipal Code regulating cigarette and tobacco product sampling. Adopted: June 2, 2009
10-09 N.S. 10-09 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 9.46 to strengthen restrictions on alcoholic beverage advertising. Adopted: May 5, 2009
9-09 N.S. 9-09 N.S.
Amending the Business Opportunity Ordinance to extend the sunset date from April 30, 2009, to January 29, 2010, in order to provide additional time for discussions, planning, and recommendations to the City Council for policy considerations. Adopted: April 28, 2009.
8-09 N.S. 8-09 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.04.910.080 to require findings of public convenience or necessity before approving a conditional use permit for retail sales of alcoholic beverages in areas where there is an undue concentration of establishments selling alcoholic beverages. Adopted: April 21, 2009
7-09 N.S. 7-09 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Principal Personnel Analyst (Salary Range 069D: $7,889-$9,548/month Adopted: April 7, 2009
6-09 N.S. 6-09 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Sustainability Coordinator (Salary Range 043D: $4,689-$5,608/month) Adopted: April 7, 2009
5-09 N.S. 5-09 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the revised classification of Risk Manager (Salary Range 070D: $8,642 - $10,452/month. Adopted: April 7, 2009
4-09 N.S. 4-09 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the revised classification of Management Analyst I/II(Salary Range:043D $4,689 - $5,608/mo; 055D $5,763 - $6,964/month)and the new classification of Senior Management Analyst (Salary Range) 060D $6,488 - $7,846/month). Adopted: March 17, 2009
3-09 N.S. 3-09 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.43 pertaining to Matchable Contributions for Candidates. Adopted: February 17, 2009
2-09 N.S. 2-09 N.S.
ADOPT Ordinance 2-09 of the City of Richmond amending Subsection 9.42.070(A) of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to graffiti abatement. Adopted: January 20, 2009
1-09 N.S. 1-09 N.S.
Establishes the MFR-4 Multi Family Very High Density Residential Zoning District to rezone the parcel at 3151 Garrity Way (APN:405-290-069) to MFR-4 Multi-Family Very High Density Residential Zoning District. Adopted: January 6, 2009
29-08 N.S. 29-08 N.S.
Adding Chapter 2.05 entitled use of common seal and other official City insignia Adopted: December 16, 2008
30-08 N.S. 30-08 N.S.
Amending Subsection 2.62.040 of Section 2.62 of the Richmond Municipal Code relating to setting a two-tier fine structure for administrative citations Adopted: December 16, 2008
28-08 N.S. 28-08 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 to increase the solid waste collection rates to reflect a 3.61% change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Adopted: December 16, 2008
27-08 N.S. 27-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) amending and restating Ordinance No. 1-99 N.S., creating a special fund and authorizing the City to pledge and assign net revenues from Port operations into the special fund as security for Port-related debt obligations. Adopted: November 25, 2008
26-08 N.S. 26-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 6.38 to provide enhanced enforcement power over unmaintained vacant property. Adopted: November 18, 2008
25-08 N.S. 25-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) amending Subsection 9.22.090 (3)(B) of the Richmond Municipal Code that specifies public nuisances relating to maintenance of property. Adopted: November 18, 2008
24-08 N.S. 24-08 N.S.
ADOPT an urgency ordinance adding Chapter 2.63 to the Richmond Municipal Code authorizing the City to issue civil fines and penalties up to $1,000 per day for failure to maintain foreclosed properties. Adopted: October 21, 2008
23-08 N.S. 23-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) amending the City’s contract with CalPERS to permit active members of the City’s Police and Firemen’s Pension Plan to transfer to CalPERS. Adopted: September 16, 2008
22-08 N.S. 22-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Neighborhood Change Agent. Adopted: September 16, 2008
21-08 N.S. 21-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) regulating public right-of-way encroachments and establishing encroachment permit requirements for video service providers, utilities and special districts. Adopted: September 16, 2008
20-08 N.S. 20-08 N.S.
ADOPT a six-month extension to the urgency ordinance providing for a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of applications and permits to construct, modify or place wireless telecommunication facilities within the City of Richmond through and including March 12, 2009. Adopted: September 2, 2008
19-08 N.S. 19-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Housing Asset Manager (Salary Range 067D: $7,509 - $9,099/month). Adopted: September 2, 2008
18-08 N.S. 18-08 N.S.
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) amending the Zoning Ordinance to clarify the boundaries and applicable regulations of the Transition/Buffer Zone as set forth in the Knox Freeway/Cutting Boulevard Specific Plan. Adopted: September 2, 2008
17-08 N.S. 17-08 N.S.
ADOPT an Urgency Ordinance providing for another temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of applications and permits to construct, modify or place wireless telecommunication facilities, Exhibit A, within the City of Richmond through and including September 12, 2008. Adopted: July 29, 2008
16-08 N.S. 16-08 N.S.
establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Code Enforcement Supervisor (Salary Range: 063A $6,296 - $7,653/month). Adopted: July 29, 2008
15-08 N.S. 15-08 N.S.
amending the existing Comprehensive Planning Fee to lower the fee rate from 0.6810 of project valuation to 0.1769 of valuation ordinance. Adopted: July 29, 2008
14-08 N.S. 14-08 N.S.
establishing a quorum of the Design Review Board as a majority of currently serving members, provided that a quorum shall be no fewer than three members and at least three affirmative votes shall be required for adoption of a motion. Adopted: July 22, 2008
13-08 N.S. 13-08 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Low Income Public Housing Asset Specialist (Salary Range: $4,196 - $4,952/month). Adopted: July 22, 2008
12-08 N.S. 12-08 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2008-2009. Adopted: July 22, 2008
11-08 N.S. 11-08 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the revised and retitled classification of Revenue Manager (Salary Range 060D: $6,238 - $7,544/month) (The Finance Committee reviewed this item on April 18, 2008, and recommended approval by the City Council). Adopted: May 20, 2008
10-08 N.S. 10-08 N.S.
An Urgency Ordinance Extending the Temporary Moratorium on the Acceptance, Processing, and Approval of Applications and Permits to Construct, Modify or Place Wireless Telecommunication Facilities (Exhibit A) within the City of Richmond until July 31, 2008. Adopted: April 15, 2008
9-08 N.S. 9-08 N.S.
Amending the Density Bonus regulations of the Richmond Municipal Code (RMC, Chapter 15.04.810.050) to allow rounding the total number of units up to the next even number when the calculation results in an odd number of total units with approval of a conditional use permit. Adopted: April 1, 2008
8-08 N.S. 8-08 N.S.
Amending the text of the Zoning Ordinance to define mini-storage warehouses and to add such use to the lists of uses requiring a Conditional Use Permit in all Industrial Districts. March 18, 2008
7-08 N.S. 7-08 N.S.
Adoption, by the electorate of the City, of Ordinance No. 7-08 N.S. on February 5, 2008, decreasing the City of Richmond's Telecommunications Users' Tax from 10% to 9.5% and to reflect technological advances. March 18, 2008
6-08 N.S. 6-08 N.S.
Extending the Temporary Moratorium on the Acceptance, Processing and Approval of Applications and Permits to Construct, Modify or Place Wireless Telecommunication Facilities within the City of Richmond until April 25, 2008. Adopted: March 4, 2008
5-08 N.S. 5-08 N.S.
Amending Chapter 8.16 of the Richmond Municipal Code which establishes the Fire Prevention Code and adopts the 2007 California Fire Code. Adopted: March 4, 2008
4-08 N.S. 4-08 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the revised classification of Custodial Maintenance Supervisor (Salary Range 052F: $5,129 - $6,209/month). Adopted: February 19, 2008
3-08 N.S. 3-08 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Park Steward (Salary Range 879: $12.21 - $15.07/hr.). Adopted: February 19, 2008
2-08 N.S. 2-08 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensations for the classification of Communication Shift Supervisor (Salary Range: $5,580 - $6,743/month). Adopted: January 8, 2008
1-08 N.S 1-08 N.S
Revising the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Capital Projects Manager, (Salary Range 070D $8,310-$10,050/month). Adopted: January 8, 2008
47-07 N.S. 47-07 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 to increase the solid waste collection rates to reflect a 3.29% change in the Consumer Price Index. Adopted: December 11, 2007
46-07 N.S. 46-07 N.S.
Revising the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Environmental Manager (Salary Range 061E $6487-7886/month). Adopted: December 4, 2007
45-07 N.S. 45-07 N.S.
Adopt the Urgency Ordinance Extending the Temporary Moratorium on the Acceptance, Processing and Approval of Application and Permits to Construct, Modify or Place wireless Telecommunication Facilities with the city of Richmond from 45 days to six months. Adopted: October 30, 2007
44-07 N,S, 44-07 N,S,
Adding Chapter 2.35 to the Richmond Municipal Code to establish a fee in the amount of 5% of a State video franchise holder's gross revenues, a fee in the amount of 1% of video service provider gross revenues to support public, educational and governmental (PEG) access programming, and a schedule of penalties for breach of customer service standards. This item was reviewed by the Finance Committee at its meeting of September 11, 2007. Adopted: October 16, 2007
43-07 N.S. 43-07 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 at 0.14%, which is unchanged from the prior year. Adopted: October 16, 2007
42-07 N.S. 42-07 N.S.
To enact the first Tuesday in May as the deadline for submitting the proposed annual budget to the City Council every fiscal year and require that the City Council adopt the budget by June 30. Adopted: October 2, 2007
41-07 N.S. 41-07 N.S.
Adding Chapter 11.97 to the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond to require the reporting of lost or stolen. Adopted: October 2, 2007
40-07 N.S. 40-07 N.S.
Adding Chapter 11.98 to the Richmond Municipal Code Entitled Banning of the Possession of Large-Capacity Magazines. Adopted: October 2, 2007
39-07 N.S. 39-07 N.S.
Revising the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Assistant Engineer (Salary Range 53:$5,684-$6,908/month. Adopted: October 2, 2007
38-07 N.S. 38-07 N.S.
Revising the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Associate Civil Engineer, Salary Range: 061E $6,487-$7,886/month. Adopted: October 2, 2007
37-07 N.S. 37-07 N.S.
Revising the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Senior Civil Engineer (Salary Range: 064C 7,510 - $9,129/month). Adopted: October 2, 2007
36-07 N.S. 36-07 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Administrative Service Analyst (Salary Range: $5,541-$6,696. Adopted: October 2, 2007
35-07 N.S. 35-07 N.S.
The urgency ordinance establishing a temporary moratorium on the acceptance, processing an approval of appl8ication and permit to construct, modify or place wireless communication facilities within the City of Richmond. Adopted: September 18, 2007
34-07 N.S. 34-07 N.S.
Adding the Chapter 6.45 to the City of Richmond Municipal Code establishing Green Building requirement for the City Building project. Adopted: September 18, 2007
33-07 N.S. 33-07 N.S.
Revising the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Executive Assistant to the City Manager (Salary Range: $5,256-6,392/month). Adopted: September 18, 2007
32-07 N.S. 32-07 N.S.
To increase the mayor’s salary by 25% from $37,200 to $46,500. Adopted: September 11, 2007
31-07 N.S. 31-07 N.S.
Rezoning the Canyon Oaks II Project Site. Adopted: July 31, 2007
30-07 N.S. 30-07 N.S.
Amending Section 9.20 by adding Subsection 9.20.200 of the Richmond Municipal Code to allow the County code enforcement officers to enforce Richmond Municipal Codes regarding illegal trash dumping and trash accumulation in the incorporate are of North Richmond. The City Council approved the first reading on April 17, 2007. Adopted: July 31, 2007
29-07 N.S. 29-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Neighborhood Safety Director (Salary Range: $5,950 - $11,050/month). Adopted: July 31, 2007
28-07 N.S. 28-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation of or the new classification of Executive Secretary I/II (Salary Range: 38C $4,187 -$5,091/month and 38D $4,617- $5,613/month respectively). Adopted: July 31, 2007
27-07 N.S. 27-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Public Safety Technology Supervisor (Salary Range: 068F, $7,493-$9,110/month). Adopted: July 31, 2007
26-07 N.S. 26-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Environmental Manager (Salary Range: $5,862 - $7,135/month). Adopted: July 31, 2007
25-07 N.S. 25-07 N.S.
Implementing a more comprehensive salary plan for classification in the Exempt and Confidential Management Group over a three year period, and 2) discuss with the appropriate bargaining units those identified classification which are 10% or more out of market and which are difficult to recruit (added as result of the June 14, 2007, Finance Committee Meeting). Adopted: July 31, 2007
24-07 N.S. 24-07 N.S.
To increase the salaries of councilmembers form $13,464 to $16,830 in FY 2007/08. Adopted: July 31, 2007
23-07 N.S. 23-07 N.S.
Amending Chapter 7.68 of the Richmond Municipal Code to authorize the Chief of Police to regulate the operation of taxicabs within the City of Richmond and to establish the maximum number of taxicabs permitted to operate with the City. Adopted: July 17, 2007
22-07 N.S. 22-07 N.S.
Amending Sections 9.22.100 and 9.22.120 of the Municipal Code related to code enforcement and the abatement of public nuisance. Adopted: July 17, 2007
21-07 N.S. 21-07 N.S.
Amending Section 7.40 of the municipal Code by Adding Section 7.40.500 pertaining to prohibiting entities performing curb painting services without first obtaining permission for the property owner. Adopted: June 26, 2007
20-07 N.S. 20-07 N.S.
Establishing the wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Recreation Director. Adopted: June 19, 2007
19-07 N.S. 19-07 N.S.
That contains a description of the previously approved eminent domain program of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency pursuant to the Redevelopment Plans (the
18-07 N.S. 18-07 N.S.
Amending the wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Code Enforcement Manger. Adopted: June 5, 2007
17-07 N.S. 17-07 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 3.20 to allow Planning Commission members to remain in office until successors are appointed and to establish a quorum of the Planning commission as a majority of the currently serving members, but no fewer that three (3). Adopted: June 5, 2007
16-07 N. S. 16-07 N. S.
Amending Chapter 6.06 Historic Structure Code of Richmond Municipal Code increasing the HAPC membership form seven to nice members. Adopted: June 5, 2007
15-07 N.S. 15-07 N.S.
Authorizing amendments to the following Redevelopment Plans for Project Areas No. 1-A (Eastshore Park), 1-B (Pilot), 1-C (Potrero), 3-A (Galvin), 6-A (Harbor Gate), 8-A (Hensley), 10-A (Downtown), 10-B (Nevin), 11-A (Harbour), and 12-A (North Richmond) (collectively the
14-07 N.S. 14-07 N.S.
Amending the wages, salary, and compensation for City Councilmembers clarifying the payment of medical premiums for retired members of the City Council and allowing for the payment of said premiums for non-PERS medical plans. Adopted: April 17, 2007
13-07 N.S. 13-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation, for the new classification of Community Service Technician (Salary Range: $3,323 -$4,039/month). Adopted: April 17, 2007
12-07 N.S. 12-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Port Administrator (salary ranges: $7,293 - $8,828/month). Adopted: April 3, 2007
11-07 N.S. 11-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Workforce Program Coordinator (salary ranges: $4,471 - $5,433/month). Adopted: April 3, 2007
10-07 N.S. 10-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Senior Employee Benefits Analyst (salary ranges: $5,998 - $7,254/month). Adopted: April 3, 2007
9-07 N.S. 9-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Employee Benefits Analyst (salary ranges: $5,328-$6,438/month). Adopted: April 3, 2007
8-07 N.S. 8-07 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.16 of the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond to establish a procedure for filing vacancies on the City Council. Adopted: March 20, 2007
7-07 N.S. 7-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Financial Analyst (salary range: $5,328 - $6,441/month). Adopted: March 6, 2007
6-07 N.S. 6-07 N.S.
Amending the Human Relations and Affirmative Action Commission (HRAAC) Ordinance, Chapter 3.58 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: February 20, 2007
5-07 N.S. 5-07 N.S.
Amending the Richmond Municipal Code Section 9.52.040 to include trains bells, sirens, horns, whistles, and similar audible warning devices as permissible exception to the Community Noise Ordinance (CNO) only to the extent that the use of such devices is permitted under stat and federal law. Adopted: February 20, 2007
4-07 N.S. 4-07 N.S.
Rezoning to Planned Area (PA) Development the site known as “Terminal One” for the Point Richmond Shores Residential Condominium Development Project. Adopted: February 20, 2007
3-07 N.S. 3-07 N.S.
Adding a Comprehensive Planning Fee to the Master Fee Schedule to recover the cost of comprehensive planning activities, including maintenance of the General Plan, Specific Plans, and the Zoning Ordinance. Adopted: January 23, 2006
2-07 N.S. 2-07 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of head of Reference (Librarian) (salary range: $5,257 - $6,412/month). Adopted: January 23, 2007
1-07 N.S. 1-07 N.S.
Amending Section 2 of the City of Richmond Ordinance No. 25-06 N.S. setting forth City Council compensation so that the mayor’s salary complies with the City Charter and with AB 1234, Local Agencies: Compensation and Ethic. Adopted: January 16, 2007
63-06 N.S. 63-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Redevelopment Contract Administrator II (salary range: $5,823 - $7,043/month). Adopted: November 21, 2006
62-06 N.S. 62-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Lead Payroll Coordinator (salary range: $5,027 - 6,085/month). Adopted: November 21, 2006
61-06 N.S. 61-06 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 12.17 governing connections to the City's sanitary sewer system. Adopted: November 14, 2006
60-06 N.S. 60-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Operations Administrator (Salary Range: $4,209 - $5,034/month). Adopted: October 17, 2006
59-06 N.S. 59-06 N.S.
Extending the moratorium on new crematoriums, until September 1, 2007. Adopted: October 17, 2006
58-06 N.S. 58-06 N.S.
Imposing a moratorium on new crematoriums. Adopted: September 19, 2006
57-06 N.S. 57-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the classification of Communications Shift Supervisor (Salary Range: $5,173 - $6,251/month). Adopted: September 19, 2006
56- 06 N.S. 56- 06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for part-time classifications represented by SEIU Local 790 (Budgeted Financial Impact for Fiscal year 2006-07 is $118,164). Adopted: September 19, 2006
55-06 N.S. 55-06 N.S.
Setting the tax rate for the Tax Override Pension Fund for fiscal year 200607 at 0.14 pursuant to section 13.16.010 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: July 25, 2006
54-06 N.S. 54-06 N.S.
Amending Chapter 2.52 of the Municipal Code setting forth City Council authority to enter into and competitively negotiate contract in connection with the Civic Center Master Development project in furtherance of development of City-owned properties. Adopted: July 25, 2006
53-06 N.S. 53-06 N.S.
Updating the Business Opportunity Ordinance – Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 2.50. Adopted July 25, 2006
52-06 N.S. 52-06 N.S.
Updating the Local Employment Ordinance – Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 2.56. Adopted: July 25, 2006
51-06 N.S. 51-06 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 12.17, “Private Sanitary Sewer lateral Connections”. Adopted: July 25, 2006
50-06 N.S. 50-06 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 12.16, “Sewer and Water Connections – General”. Adopted: July 25, 2006
49-06 N.S. 49-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Community Affairs Coordinator (Salary Range: $5,613 - $6,788/month). Adopted: July 25, 2006
48-06 N.S. 48-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Senior Assistant to the Mayor (Salary Range: $5,613 - $6,788/month). Adopted: July 25, 2006
47-06 N.S. 47-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Executive Assistant to the City Manager (Salary Range: $4,986 - $6,035/month). Adopted: July 25, 2006
46-06 N.S. 46-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Staff Assistant to the City Council (Salary Range: $4,986 - $6,035/month). Adopted: July 25, 2006
45-06 N.S. 45-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Investment Analyst (Salary Range: $5,613 - $6,788/month). Adopted: July 25, 2006
44-06 N.S. 44-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of City Clerk Technician (Salary Range: $3,110 - $3,779/month). Adopted: July 25, 2006
43-06 N.S. 43-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for classifications represented by IAFF Local 188 FY 2006-07 impact is $1,328,111. Adopted: July 25, 2006
42-06 N.S. 42-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for classifications represented by SEIU Local 790 FY 2006-07 impact is $1,170,351. Adopted: July 25, 2006
41-06 N.S. 41-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for classifications represented by Richmond Police Officers Association (RPOA). FY 2006-07 impact is $1,157,517. Adopted: July 25, 2006
40-06 N.S. 40-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for classifications represented by Richmond Police Management Association (RPMA). FY 2006-07 impact is $132,458. Adopted: July 25, 2006
39-06 N.S. 39-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for classifications represented by Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA). FY 2006-07 impact is $63,252. Adopted: July 25, 2006
38-06 N.S. 38-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for classifications represented by IFPTE Local 21. FY 2006-07 impact is $425,747. Adopted: July 25, 2006
37-06 N.S. 37-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for classifications represented in the Exempt and Confidential Management Group. Adopted: July 25, 2006
36-06 N.S. 36-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Public Works Administrative Manager (Salary Range: $5,316 - $6,788/month). Adopted: July 18, 2006
35-06 N.S. 35-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Code Enforcement Manager (Salary Range: $5,485 - $6,631). Adopted: July 18, 2006
34-06 N.S. 34-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Management Analyst (Salary Range: $4,057- $4,852/month). Adopted: July 18, 2006
33-06 N.S. 33-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Library and Recreation Supervisor (Salary Range: $4,615 - $5,590/month). Adopted: July 18, 2006
32-06 N.S. 32-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Public Works Facilities Maintenance Superintendent (Salary Range: $6,054 - $7,345/month). Adopted: July 18, 2006
31-06 N.S. 31-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Public Works Street Maintenance Superintendent (Salary Range: $6,054 - $7,345/month). Adopted: July 18, 2006
30-06 N.S. 30-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Library and Community Services Administrative Manager (Salary Range: $5,316 - $6,718/month). Adopted: July 18, 2006
29-06 N.S. 29-06 N.S.
Urgency ordinance updating the West Contra Costa Sub-Regional Transportation Mitigation Program (STMP) and providing for the immediate interim authorization for STMP fees. Adopted: July 11, 2006
28-06 N.S. 28-06 N.S.
Amending Chapter 15.12 updating the West Contra Costa Sub-Regional Transportation Mitigation Program (STMP) and providing for the immediate interim authorization for STMP Fee. Adopted: July 11, 2006
27-06 N.S. 27-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector. Adopted: July 11, 2006
26-06 N.S. 26-06 N.S.
Amending section 11.96.030 under Richmond Municipal Code, pertaining to the citation of homeless person for “camping’ in public when public shelter is unavailable. Adopted: June 27, 2006
25-06 N.S. 25-06 N.S.
Repealing Ordinances 10-04 N.S. and 21-06 N.S. and setting forth City Council compensations regarding cellular phone and facsimile monthly allowances to achieve compliance with AB 1234. Adopted: June 27, 2006
24-06 N.S. 24-06 N.S.
8% increase in wastewater fees for Richmond Municipal Sewer District No. 1. Adopted: June 20, 2006
23-06 N.S. 23-06 N.S.
Amending Section 7.04.320 of the Richmond Municipal Code to authorize the Tax Collector (Finance Director) to Withhold Business Licenses for Illegal Activity. Adopted: June 20, 2006
22-06 N.S. 22-06 N.S.
Amending the wages, salary, and compensation for City Councilmembers to include (1) the current cost of monthly medical insurance and (2) the extension of registered domestic partner coverage to City Councilmembers. Adopted: June 20, 2006
21-06 N.S. 21-06 N.S.
Extending optional coverage for Registered Domestic Partners to City Councilmembers. Adopted: June 6, 2006
20-06 N.S. 20-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Public Works Operations Administrator (Salary Range is $4,248 to $4,852 per month). Adopted: May 16, 2006
19-06 N.S. 19-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salary, and compensation for the new classification of Deputy Police Chief. Adopted: April 18, 2006
18-06 N.S. 18-06 N.S.
Amending Sections of the Richmond Municipal code pertaining to Code Enforcement. Adopted: April 4, 2006
17-06 N.S. 17-06 N.S.
Amending Section 9.24.080 of the Richmond Municipal Code for Better regulation of vicious dogs and other dangerous animal. Adopted: April 4, 2006
16-06 N.S. 16-06 N.S.
Amending Section 15.04810.050 Affordable Housing Density Bonus of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: April 4, 2006
15-06 N.S. 15-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salaries, and compensation for the classification of Legal Secretary ( Salary Range #40C, $ 3,862 -$4,695/mo) and amending General Employees Ordinance No. 33-01 N.S. Adopted: April 4, 2006
14-06 N.S. 14-06 N.S.
Establishing Wages, salaries, and compensation of for the new Classification of Engineering Operations Administrator (Salary Range #043D $4,057 - $4,852). Adopted: April 4, 2006
13-06 N.S. 13-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salaries, and compensation for new Classification of City Prosecutor (Salary Range #02.1 $4,990-$9,267/mo). Adopted: April 4, 2006
12-06 N.S. 12-06 N.S.
Establishing wages, salaries, and compensation for the Classification for Law Office Supervisor (Salary Range #135e $4759-$5,725) and amending Management Employees Ordinance No. 40-04 N.S. Adopted: April 4, 2006
11-06 N.S. 11-06 N.S.
Amending Police Office Ordinance No. 46-85 N.S. and increasing the salary of Police Officer Trainee from $2,493 per month to $4,000 per month effective January 5, 2006. Adopted: March 21, 2006
10-06 N.S. 10-06 N.S.
Amending Section 15.04.980.060 of the Richmond Municipal Code to provide for greater certainty on Appeals from the Planning Commission and Design Review Board. Adopted: March 21, 2006
9-06 N.S. 9-06 N.S.
Amending the Richmond Municipal Code (RMC) Sections 6.02.130 and 6.02.170 to limit the allowable time to complete a permitted building project and to provide for appeals there from Adopted: February 28, 2006
8-06 N.S. 8-06 N.S.
Amending Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 12.18 pertaining to Discharges to the Wastewater Treatment System, to include a Gas, Oils, and Grease (FOG) Program. Adopted: January 31, 2006
7-06 N.S. 7-06 N.S.
Adopt Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 33-01 N.S. establishing wages, salaries, and compensation for the classification of Modernization Programs Specialist (Salary Range is $3,848 to $4,602 per month. Adopted: January 17, 2006
6-06 N.S. 6-06 N.S.
Adopt Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 40-01 N.S. establishing wages, salaries, and compensation fro the classification of Labor Relations Manager (Salary Range is $6,497 to $7,822 per month). Adopted: January 17, 2006
5-06 N.S. 5-06 N.S.
Adopt Ordinance amending Chapter 7.104 of the Richmond Municipal Code to impose an annual license requirement on retail sellers of tobacco. Adopted: January 17, 2006
4-06 N.S. 4-06 N.S.
Review of procedures for permitting and expediting improvements at the Chevron Refinery and adopt the ordinance Amending Sections 6.20.020 and 6.02.200 to eliminated the exemption for Process Equipment, and repealing Section 6.02.200 to eliminate the Certified Inspection Program. Adopted: January 10, 2006
3-06 N.S. 3-06 N.S.
An Ordinance amending Sections 9.20.150 and 9.20.155 of the Municipal code of the City of Richmond establishing rates for the collection of solid wastes within the City of Richmond for 2006. Adopted: January 10, 2006
2-06 N.S. 2-06 N.S.
An Ordinance amending Chapter 13.57 (Richmond Tourism Business Improvement District) of the Municipal Code of the City of Richmond. This ordinance adds the Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau and provides a mechanism for the full implementation of the ordinance and the handling of funds collected pursuant to the ordinance. Adopted: January 10, 2006
1-06 N.S. 1-06 N.S.
An Ordinance amending Article IX of Chapter 9.55 of the Richmond Municipal Code pertaining to the reduction of air pollution by regulating the installation of wood-burning appliances. Adopted: January 10, 2006