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City Manager

  1. RICHMOND CLIMATE ACTION PLAN

    September 16, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Richmond City Council Chambers

    Are you interested in helping improve the environment and health of our community? Do you want to create more local jobs and improve programs like recycling, clean energy, and public transportation? Do you have ideas about making our community more prepared for the impacts of climate change? Please come to our second workshop and help make Richmond climate ready and resilient!

Community Events

  1. Richmond's National Drive Electric Week

    September 17, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Parking Lot across from Richmond Public Library

    Join us for Richmond's National Drive Electric Week celebration on Thursday, September 17, 2015. There will be experts at the event to answer questions and explain the technology to you.

Employment and Training

  1. Interview Techniques Workshop

    September 16, All Day @ RichmondWORKS Employment & Training Dept.

    Interview Techniques Workshop is presented by EDD Workforce Development Department -Before the Interview -Interviewing Essentials -Prepare Answers for Interviewer -Interview questions to ask

  2. Job & Career EXPO!

    September 30, All Day @ Richmond Memorial Auditorium and Convention Center

    Make Connections with Richmond companies & local education / training (Professional attire required and copies of your resume) Meet with Representatives: -Health Care / Medical -Information Technology -Construction, including Green Technology -Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing -and much more.... This even is brought to you by: The City of Richmond's Mayor's office & RichmondWORKS

Library Calendar

  1. Story Time at Main Library

    September 5, 11:00 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  2. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 7, 10:30 AM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  3. Story Time at Main Library

    September 9, 10:30 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  4. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 9, 3:30 PM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  5. Story Time at Main Library

    September 12, 11:00 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  6. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 14, 10:30 AM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  7. Story Time at Main Library

    September 16, 10:30 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  8. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 16, 3:30 PM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  9. Story Time at Main Library

    September 19, 11:00 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  10. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 21, 10:30 AM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  11. Story Time at Main Library

    September 23, 10:30 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  12. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 23, 3:30 PM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  13. Story Time at Main Library

    September 26, 11:00 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  14. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 28, 10:30 AM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  15. Story Time at Main Library

    September 30, 10:30 AM @ Main Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

  16. Story Time at Bayview Branch Library

    September 30, 3:30 PM @ Bayview Branch

    Join us for lively thirty-minute programs held regularly each week. Led by our talented librarians, children will hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Story times can help encourage brain development, increase vocabulary, and improve motor skills. At the same time, children, parents, and caregivers will be entertained by the combination of stories and activities, often centered on a theme. All of our story times are free, suitable for the entire family, and require no advance registration. If you are bringing a large group of children, please call ahead at (510) 620-6557.

Neighborhood Council Meetings

  1. Richmond Heights Neighborhood Council

    September 7, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Adult Ed Serra Campus

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  2. Parchester Village Neighborhood Council

    September 9, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Parchester Community Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  3. Crescent Park Apartments Residence Council

    September 9, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ 5000 Hartnett Avenue

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  4. Marina Bay Neighborhood Council

    September 9, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Harbor Master's Office

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  5. Park Plaza Neighborhood Council

    September 10, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Eastern Hill Methodist Church

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  6. Pullman Neighborhood Council

    September 12, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Seaport Missionary Baptist Church

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  7. Carriage Hills North Homeowners Association Meeting

    September 15, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Call for Location and more information

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  8. Coronado Neighborhood Council

    September 16, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Church of Christ

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  9. Hilltop Village Homeowners' Association

    September 16, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Homeowners' Association

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  10. Iron Triangle Neighborhood Council

    September 17, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Nevin Community Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  11. Laurel Park Neighborhood Council

    September 21, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Easter Hill Methodist Church

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  12. Parkview Neighborhood Council

    September 22, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Anderson Community Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  13. Shield's-Reid Neighborhood Council

    September 22, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Shield's Reid Community Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  14. Belding Woods Neighborhood Council

    September 22, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Chavez School Library

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  15. North & East Neighborhood Council

    September 23, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Senior Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  16. Santa Fe Neighborhood Council

    September 24, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Maritime Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  17. Atchison Village Neighborhood Council

    September 24, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Atchison Village Auditorium @ Collins & Curry

    Come find out what's happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns. Date subject to change

  18. Richmond Annex Neighborhood Council

    September 24, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Annex Senior Center

    Come meet your neighbors to discuss ideas and concerns regarding your community.

  19. May Valley Neighborhood Council

    September 24, 7:15 PM - 9:15 PM @ May Valley Community Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

  20. Point Richmond Neighborhood Council

    September 30, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Pt. Richmond Community Center

    Come find out what is happening in your neighborhood. You can also share your ideas and voice your concerns.

Planning

  1. Design Review Board Meeting

    September 16, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Multipurpose Room, Community Services Building, Basement Level

Public Meetings

  1. Economic Development Commission

    September 9, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM @ Multi-Purpose Room

    The purpose of this commission is to recommend long term economic development goals to the City Council and City officials as it concerns the overall economic development of the City. Come and join us!

  2. City Council Meeting

    September 15, 6:30 PM @ City Hall

  3. Point Molate Community Advisory Committee (PMCAC)

    September 21, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Multi-Purpose Room

    The Point Molate Community Advisory Committee works with the City Council, staff and other citizen advisory boards and commissions as appropriate to provide advice and input on all Point Molate matters; that reviews proposed Point Molate development budgets with City staff; and that makes Point Molate development expenditure recommendations, in conjunction with staff, to the City Council.

  4. City Council Meeting

    September 22, 6:30 PM @ City Hall

Recreation

  1. Richmond Swim Center Closure due to Maintenance

    January 1 - December 31

    The Richmond Swim Center is currently closed due to maintenance. Most swim programs have been relocated to the Richmond Plunge. For swim program schedules, please check our website at www.ci.richmond.ca.us/richmond or you may call the Richmond Plunge at (510) 620-6820. We apologize for any inconvenience.

  2. Aqua Zumba Fitness class

    September 12, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Richmond Plunge

    Join us for this Aqua Zumba fitness class at the Richmond Plunge. This is a fitness benefit for earthquake relief and recovery in communities in Nepal.