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CLICK HERE to make a tax deductible contribution toward completing the Bay Trail in Richmond via the non-profit San Francisco Bay Trail Project. Be sure to mark your donation "for the Bay Trail Project in Richmond” either on the mail-in form or under "Gift Note/Special Instructions" on the form for secure credit card donations.

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Oppose BNSF's Attempted Land Grab at Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad is fighting East Bay Regional Park District's plans to complete the Bay Trail between Ferry Point and Keller Beach and connect the lagoon area to the Bay shoreline. Strong support from park users is needed to prevail against this attempt to block shoreline access. Please go to https://www.stopbnsf.com to learn how you can help and sign the on-line petition.

Participate in Ferry to Bridge to Greenway Plan
The City of Richmond is developing the Ferry to Bridge to Greenway Plan to improve bicycling and walking to the new Richmond Ferry, the upcoming RichmondSan Rafael Bridge multi-use trail and the Richmond Greenway. Your help is needed to help shape the Plan’s vision and recommendations.
TAKE A QUICK SURVEY about walking and bicycling in Richmond, simply using your cell phone. Text “active” to 510-900-5861.
CHECK OUT THE PROJECT WEBSITE to learn about the plan, find out about upcoming meetings and events, and provide additional feedback at https://ferry2bridge2greenway.com

 

Contact Information for Richmond, California Elected Officials
Name Address Phone

 Tom Butt, Mayor
  tom.butt@intres.com

235 East Scenic Avenue
Richmond, CA 94801

236-7435 (W)
237-2084 (H)

Demnlus Johnson III, Councilmember
demnlus_johnson@ci.richmond.ca.us

440 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond 94804

 

Eduardo Martinez, Councilmember
eduardomartinezrichmond@gmail.com
P.O. Box 5252,
Richmond, CA 94805
712-4934
Nat Bates, Councilmember
natbates@comcast.net
440 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond 94804  

Jael Myrick, Councilmember
jael_myrick@ci.richmond.ca.us

27 Maine Ave
Richmond, CA 94804

620-6636

Ben Choi, Councilmember
ben.wb.choi@gmail.com

163 Bayside Court
Richmond, CA 94804

378-0318

Melvin Willis, Councilmember
mrmelvinwillis@gmail.com
440 Civic Center Plaza
Richmond, CA 94804
412-2050
Richmond City Council Meetings
Tuesdays, 6:30 PM, Council Chambers, 440 Civic Center Plaza. 
CLICK HERE
 for agendas. Televised on KCRT, Channel 28
Individual Email Addresses of Planning Commissioners and City Staff
Planning Commissioners
Jen Loy: jenloy@berkeley.edu
Claudia Garcia, claudiagarcia.cal@gmail.com 
Andrew Butt: andrew.butt@intres.com
Sheryl Lane: sherylelane@yahoo.com
Marilyn Langlois: langlois-rine@comcast.net
Nancy Baer nbaer48@yahoo.com
Yu-Hsiang (Michael) Huang ; michael_huang@gensler.com

TRAC: tracbaytrail@earthlink.net

Do you want to help complete the Bay Trail in Richmond?
If so, this page will tell you when action is needed. Typically this will take the form of attending public meetings or sending emails to elected officials and government agencies asking their support for completing the Bay Trail in Richmond. Email TRAC asking to be added to the Richmond Bay Trail Network if you would like to be informed of such opportunities.