Richmond’s new smoking regulations will enhance public health and safety
City Council has approved new regulations that will further limit smoking and vaping in public spaces and around City properties. The new regulations, aimed at enhancing public health and safety, will come into effect on May 1, 2018.
Expanded police presence coming to Richmond’s City Centre
Community Safety continues to be a top priority for Richmond City Council. A new 10,000 square foot City Centre Community Policing Office will be coming soon. It will be located in the City-owned building located at 6960 Gilbert Road.
City continues dialogue on proposed new homes for vulnerable people
The City is hosting a series of community forums regarding the proposed 40 new rental homes with 24/7 support services at 7300 Elmbridge Way. Interested participants are requested to complete a registration form at Richmond.ca/RapidResponsetoHomelessness.
Hawk and Owl Show
See live owls and birds of prey up close at this unique presentation by the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society. All ages welcome.
Two Solo Exhibitions: Karilynn Ming Ho and Ho Tam
Richmond Art Gallery presents an intriguing combination of lens-based work within its galleries and across the cities of Richmond and Vancouver. At the Gallery, two solo exhibitions by artists Ho Tam and Karilynn Ming Ho engage the aesthetic fade of desire.
Harvest Power Organic Odour Issues
Metro Vancouver urged to take stronger action to combat unacceptable odours produced by Harvest Power.
2018 assessment notices are in the mail. Click above to watch a short video on how assessments affect your property taxes.
Richmond Olympic Experience (ROX)
A highly interactive and dynamic visitor experience, the ROX features interactive media, hands-on sporting simulations and displays.