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Includes the Insights Report, CURA Analysis Reports (demographics, land use, market analysis, projections, and urban design), and the Draft Parking Study Report
The comment period has closed. The comment period ran from June 1 to July 13, 2020.
PDR staff in reviewing all the comments received.
Preliminary statistics from Community Consultation #3
comments entered in the interactive PDF
logged via the interactive WikiMap
were asked during 11 virtual summits (watch the recordings below)
participated in the virtual summits (60 people on average at each). For reference, during Community Consultation #1 PDR hosted 7 open houses with 258 total attendees (36 people on average at each) and during Community Consultation #2 PDR hosted 7 forums with 224 total attendees (32 people on average at each).
360 views and 643 downloads
of the virtual summit recordings as of July 15, 2020
PDR staff hosted 11 virtual summits related to places and topics in the draft Richmond 300 Master Plan.
The summit recordings and materials are below.
Priority Growth Node Summits
Greater Scott's Addition
Downtown (focus on Coliseum)
Downtown Section - including Downtown Core, Jackson Ward, Monroe Ward, Shockoe, and Manchester
Route 1 / Bellemeade / Bells
Southside Plaza Area
Stony Point Fashion Park
Commerce Road Meeting