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Find Your Neighborhood Council and City Council District
Enhance your neighborhood's sense of community by participating in your neighborhood council and help improve the livability, safety, and appearance of your area.
Use the interactive map below to the right to help you identify which neighborhood and City Council District you live in, or download a neighborhood council districts map:
- PDF 8.5X11 Neighborhood Council Districts Map
- PDF Wall Sized 34X44 Neighborhood Council Districts Map
By default, the map shows City Council districts. To find your neighborhood, click on the "Layers" tab and check the "Neighborhood Council" box on the right-hand side.
Neighborhood Council City Services
Neighborhood councils will not be charged a facility rental or staffing fee for the use of a community center for regular council meetings and functions. Neighborhood councils also receive a one (1) time use of a park for their annual event (the use of the Convention Center and Swim Centers is not applicable).
Neighborhood councils also receive printing and mailing services, subject to funding availability as well as specification requirements. Please e-mail email@example.com to receive a copy of the Neighborhood Council Printing Guidelines and to coordinate your print job.
The City of Richmond also provides neighborhood dumpster days in partnership with neighborhood councils. Residents may drop off disposable items to dumpster locations in their neighborhood at no cost. When events are hosted in partnership with Sims Metal, neighborhood councils receive rebate donations for the metal recyclables that are brought in.
Neighborhood Council and Group Information
Get in touch with your neighborhood council or neighborhood group to get involved! View all available neighborhood council and group contact information:
The neighborhood council contact information and neighborhood groups listed below are based solely on submissions by the community. Some information may be outdated, and some groups may be inactive. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to inform us of any incorrect information.
- Atchison Village Neighborhood Council
- Belding Woods Neighborhood Council
- Brickyard Cove 1 HOA
- Brickyard Cove 2 HOA
- Brickyard Landing
- Carriage Hills North HOA
- Carriage Hills South HOA
- Castro Heights Neighborhood Council
- Coronado Neighborhood Council
- Cortez/Stege Neighborhood Council
- Crescent Park Resident Council
- Eastshore Neighborhood Council
- El Sobrante Hills Neighborhood Council
- Fairmede-Hilltop Neighborhood Council
- Greenbriar Neighborhood Council
- Hilltop District Neighborhood Council
- Hilltop Green HOA
- Hilltop Village HOA
- Iron Triangle Neighborhood Council
- Laurel Park Neighborhood Council
- Marina Bay Neighborhood Council
- May Valley Neighborhood Council
- Metro Walk HOA
- North & East Neighborhood Council
- Panhandle Annex Neighborhood Council
- Parchester Village Neighborhood Council
- Park Plaza Neighborhood Council
- Parkview Neighborhood Council
- Point Richmond Neighborhood Council
- Pullman Neighborhood Council
- Quail Hill Neighborhood Council
- Richmond Annex Neighborhood Council
- Richmond Heights Neighborhood Council
- Richmore Village/Metro Square Neighborhood Council
- Santa Fe Neighborhood Council
- Shields-Reid Neighborhood Council
- Southwest Richmond Annex Neighborhood Council
Richmond Neighborhood Coordinating Council (RNCC)
The Richmond Neighborhood Coordinating Council (RNCC) is the umbrella 501(c)3 organization for the many neighborhood councils in Richmond, California. Learn more about RNCC by visiting their website.
The purpose of the Richmond Neighborhood Coordinating Council is to:
- Provide a forum through which representatives from the Neighborhood Councils can exchange or pool ideas on community issues and help to solve neighborhood problems
- Direct and assist in the establishment and organization of Neighborhood Councils throughout Richmond, California.
- Provide a forum where Neighborhood Council disputes can be mediated, if requested to do so by all immediate affected neighborhood councils including, but not limited to serving as the final arbiter of Neighborhood Council boundaries.
- Coordinate actions among established Neighborhood Councils in Richmond, California.
- Function as a source of information concerning public and private agencies, city government and the legislative process.
- Engage in any activity that lawfully may be conducted by a corporation organized under the Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation Law for Charitable Purposes of California.
The Richmond Neighborhood Coordinating Council meets on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 pm. Meetings are currently taking place on Zoom. Visit the RNCC website for Zoom information.
RNCC Contact Information
Visit the RNCC website for contact information.