Due to COVID-19, the June meeting of the Westover Hills Neighborhood Association is canceled. Keep your eye out for an email update from WHNA President Ashley Hall.
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Hi neighbors, As the city moves forward towards a Phase 1 reopening, there have been suggestions around allowing outdoor dining to expand into parking lots, sidewalks, etc. There have also been ideas around expanding pedestrian-friendly open spaces, which could include public streets.
The City of Richmond is working with Richmond City Council to engage neighborhood associations and merchant associations to get their input on this short-term initiative. Councilwoman Kristen Larson reached out to me on behalf of WHNA to share our feedback. I, personally, like this idea as a way to support our local businesses and keep our community safely connected, but strongly welcome your thoughts as I share a representative voice of our neighborhood.
Please email your input and feedback to me at firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday May 28.
Please make note that Westover Hills Neighborhood Association Meetings will be held at 6:00 pm in 2020. The current schedule of meetings are:
- Feb 11
- Mar 10
- April 14
- May 12
- June 9
- July 14
- Aug (none)
- Sept 8
- Oct 13
- Nov 10
- Dec (none)
Keep up with neighborhood happenings, read the winter issue of the Westover Hills Rag.
Kristen Larson, 4th District City Council member, will hold the last 4th District meeting of the year tonight (Dec. 12) at 6 p.m. at the Huguenot Community Center, which is adjacent to Huguenot High School at 7945 Forest Hill Avenue. The meeting will include an update about the proposed navy Hill project. In addition, there will be updates from Larson and Jonathan Young, member of the Richmond School Board. Lt. Brian Prendergast of the Richmond Police Department will talk about the city’s partnership with Ring. All are welcome!