This website offers neighborhood news, announcements of local interests, current crime reports using CrimeView, and more. Our monthly meetings are opportunities for residents to hear from community police officers, city officials and other guests on topics affecting Richmond Heights. Meeting directions
June Neighborhood Meeting
June 3, 2013
Serra Adult Education School
6028 Ralston Ave. (map)
On the agenda:
Our neighborhood police officer, Jesse Sousa will give an update on crime trends in our neighborhood and answer your questions.
City of Richmond Budget: Bill Lindsay will be discussing the next Budget for the city of Richmond. Although every department in the city has a wish list, the Budget is trimmed to Balance on a priority system.
WriterCoach Connection is connecting our neighborhood meeting with Tom Waller to discuss WriterCoach volunteer opportunities for Richmond High School students who need your help. RHS has 75 community volunteer writing coaches serving 150 students. They are excited about expanding to serve an additional 100 Richmond High Students next fall.
You don’t have to be a writer or teacher to volunteer. Their in-depth trainings will give volunteers strategies for working effectively with students. Please register today for an upcoming Richmond training. Each of the training groups is two three-hour sessions.
RCH7 Thursdays 5/30 & 6/6 12:00-3:00 pm
RCH8 Wednesdays 6/19 & 6/26 12:00-3:00 pm
RCH9 TBD Late August/early Sep
National Night Out, early planning is better. We will try to have a discussion about NNO. The paper work with the Parks and Rec Dept. is complete and Tiller Park is reserved for August 6, 2013. Michelle Milam has arranged Portable toilet and hand wash station.
Neighborhood Clean Up: Rochelle Monk has let us know that July 13, 2013 is Richmond Heights clean up at Tiller Park. There will be containers for green waste, recyclable items, and other NON Hazardous Waste. Please do not bring televisions or any hazardous types of waste. Please DO bring I.D., P.G.&E. bill, or some form of proof to confirm that Richmond Heights Neighbors are getting to fill the bins before there is no room left.
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