The City Council holds a work session Monday on the Richmond 300 master plan, Powhatan seeks to fill a board vacancy, and New Kent supervisors elect chairmanships.
Noon today is the cutoff to apply for outdoor heat lamps from the city, proposed townhomes on Libbie Avenue go to the Planning Commission, and Ashland offers grant assistance.
A Southside wholesaler donates 200 outdoor heat lamps for small businesses in Richmond, and several boards meet this week with new leaders elected.
The Richmond City Council considers authorizing a land purchase in Shockoe Bottom, a business mentoring program seeks applications, and Goochland businesses are awarded COVID financial relief.
A museum is allowed to hold more events, Chesterfield adds $75 million to its spending plan, and Henrico launches a webpage for the “GreenCity” development.
A local housing nonprofit proposes two developments in Chesterfield, and the Richmond City Council considers adoption of an updated master plan.
Richmond rolls out a second round of grant funding assistance for small businesses, county managers deliver their “State of the County” addresses, and a 120-unit apartment complex is proposed in Hanover.
The City of Richmond completes a bond sale with reduced interest rates, a solar farm is proposed in Powhatan, and Henrico supervisors consider a rezoning.
Richmond taps a local restaurateur to serve as an industry liaison, restaurants in Powhatan are offered a winterization grant program, and officials cut the ribbon on new apartments in Jackson Ward.
A new pandemic relief program targets microbusinesses in Chesterfield, a mixed-use development project faces a deciding vote in Hanover, and Richmond and Powhatan seek input on land use plans.