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This resource provides information about becoming involved in the formulation of the city's new sustainability plan - June 2011.
This report is comprised of the suggestions given by those attending the "Unpacking the 2010 Census; Poverty, Race and Jurisdiction." Forum on March 18th, 2011.
This is John Moeser's powerpoint presentation from a forum on unpacking the latest census data in regards to redistricting in Richmond VA. This presentation looks at the poverty rates for Richmond VA and the surrounding suburbs based upon race, gender, age. This reports also identifies the history of Richmond VA and the surrounding suburbs in regards to the poverty experienced today.
This audit requested by the City of Richmond calls for significant improvement within the division. This report outlines the salient findings as well as a comprehensive list of recommendations and observations.
The purpose of the study was to determine the feasibility of locating a hike/bike trail along the Route 5 corridor between Richmond and Williamsburg. The primary objectives of such a shared use (also referred to as multi-use) trail in the area would be to:
Offer multi-modal transportation options
Respond to the General Assembly
Promote tourism and economic development
Provide recreational opportunities
Highlight natural and cultural resources
Complement scenic qualities of the byway
GIS can bolster a community development organization’s
efforts by enhancing decision-making, resource allocation,
and strategic planning functions. In an age when knowledge
is power, GIS can offer distinctive tools that enable an
organization to gain an edge, provided the organization is
willing to make the necessary investment of time and
resources to develop a foundation in the GIS basics.
From page 14 on this report uses Richmond Virginia as a case study, looking directly at The Better Housing Coalitions use of community mapping for the Richmond Neighborhood Indicators Project.
This preliminary report was created for the benefit of The City of Richmond, partnering counties and corporate sponsors. This part of the report looks at market analysis, competitive facilities, promoter interviews, market surveys of the general public and corporate base, potential sites, cost estimates, facility characteristics and more.
This preliminary report was created for the benefit of The City of Richmond, partnering counties and corporate sponsors. This part of the report looks at the demographics of the Richmond metro area, population clusters, households, income, education, transportation and much more
This preliminary report was created for the benefit of The City of Richmond, partnering counties and corporate sponsors. The third part of this report contains the appendix which looks at the geographical ring surrounding our area, comparable market analysis, the driving distances and traffic analysis, large area events statistics, NCAA.ACC Tournament sites and much more
In efforts to create a community where walking and biking are integral components of our city, Mayor Dwight C Jones has created the Pedestrian, Bicycling and Trails Commission. In this report the commission looks at economic development, grants and funding opportunities to implement the changes needed to make our city more bike and pedestrian friendly. Community priorities, education and outreach, infrastructure and physical design and the accidents rates in our city for pedestrians and cyclists