Interested in working with your neighbors to articulate a comprehensive vision for our neighborhood? The first in a series of workshops for just this purpose has been sponsored by our new 5th District City Council Representative Parker Agelasto. Here’s more information from the Storefront for Community Design page for our neighborhood:
Storefront for Community Design invites residents and property owners in the Springhill neighborhood to take part in a three-part workshop series. The purpose of the Springhill Workshop Series is to define and illustrate the neighborhood’s vision for the future, with special emphasis on land uses, traffic and pedestrian circulation, and infrastructure improvements. Please come share your ideas about your neighborhood!
Three workshops will be held at the
Stonewall Place Community Meeting Space located at 1920 Stonewall Avenue. UPDATE: The first workshop will be held at the Storefront for Community Design offices at 205 E. Broad St. Check back for the location of subsequent workshops.
- Saturday, March 9 (10am – 12pm)
- Saturday, March 23 (10am – 12pm)
- Saturday, April 6 (10am – 12pm)
Stakeholders in the Springhill community will create a vision statement that will impact future development and infrastructure projects in the neighborhood.
All residents, renters, business and property owners are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be served. Please call Storefront at (804) 322-9556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or for further information.
Residents and property owners who are unable to attend these workshops may leave comments on this website or stop by Storefront for Community Design during business hours (Monday to Friday, 9-5pm). Storefront is located at 205 E Broad Street in Richmond, Virginia.
Please go to their website for more information and to monitor the materials created, and make sure to RSVP for the meeting tomorrow.