Pre-Final

Pre-Final Plan
Richmond 300: A Guide for Growth

PDF Downloads

Pre-Final Memo (2 pages)
Outlines the major changes between the Draft and Pre-Final versions of Richmond 300

Executive Summary (16 pages)
Download the low-resolution PDF (7 MB) or high-resolution PDF (15 MB)

Entire Plan (250 pages)
Download the low-resolution PDF (52MB) or high-resolution PDF (168MB)
Includes the Insights Report, CURA Analysis Reports (demographics, land use, market analysis, projections, and urban design), and the Draft Parking Study Report

Future Land Use Map

Explore the Future Land Use Map in the link below. The descriptions of all the categories are in the Richmond 300 plan starting on page 52.


Upcoming Meetings

September 16, 6PM 
Advisory Council Meeting 
Location: Held via Microsoft Teams - Meeting Link 
Purpose: PDR presentation on plan changes, Advisory Council discussion and consider approving the plan Meeting link and meeting materials to be posted on September 11 at www.richmond300.com/advisory

September 21, 1:30PM 
City Planning Commission  
Location: Held via Microsoft Teams 
Purpose: PDR presentation of the Plan. Planning Commission to receive public comment on the Plan. Meeting link to be shared on the Planning Commission agenda at https://richmondva.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx  

October 5, 1:30PM 
City Planning Commission  
Location: Held via Microsoft Teams 
Purpose: Planning Commission to receive public comment on the Plan.  Planning Commission to vote on the Plan. Meeting link to be shared on the Planning Commission agenda at https://richmondva.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx 

THANK YOU!

Thank you to all those who have helped create this plan:

  • 21 members of the Richmond 300 Advisory Council who have volunteered their time for the last 2.5 years to help guide the development of this plan
  • 209 participants in Richmond 300 Working Groups who crafted the goals, objectives, and strategies of the plan
  • Staff members from other City departments and partnering agencies who have provided their input throughout this process
  • Hundreds of members of civic and stakeholder groups who invited the Richmond 300 team to over 300 meetings to discuss the plan
  • Over 1,000 attendees of Richmond 300 meetings, either in person or virtual, who provided their thoughts on the future of Richmond
  • Thousands of RIchmonders who took the time to complete surveys and provide comments that shaped this plan 

We hope you see yourself and your input realized in this document.