Public Information


Contra Costa County

Contra Costa Public Health Services
Tambien en Español

City of Richmond, CA
450 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond, CA 94804

Phone: 620-6500

The Richmond Museum of History
400 Nevin Avenue, Richmond, CA
Phone: (510) 235-7387

Public Library – West Side Branch
135 Washington Avenue

Richmond Fire Department
140 West Richmond Avenue, For reporting fires call 911, For Business call 620-6591

Richmond Police Department
401 27TH St, For reporting emergencies call 911, For Business call 620-6591

Washington Elementary School

West Contra Costa Unified School District

US Post Office
102 Washington Avenue, Mon-Fri, 9:30 AM-1 PM and 2 PM-5 PM, Phone: 510-232-9693

Business & Tourism

Point Richmond Business Association
Meets second Wednesday of every month at 12 Noon at the Hotel Mac Conference Room

Richmond Chamber of Commerce

Richmond Convention & Visitors Bureau
229 Tewksbury Avenue
Richmond CA 94801

Of Local Interest

Craneway Pavillion
Historic Ford Assembly Plant
1414 Harbor Way South

East Brother Light Station
Historic lighthouse converted into a Bed and Breakfast Inn perched atop an island in the bay.

“I’m Not Compulsive!  I Do This All the Time!”

Point Richmond Community Center
139 Washington Avenue
Phone: 510-233-6881

Point Richmond Neighborhood Council
Last Wednesday of the month, 7:30 PM
Point Richmond Recreation Center
39 Washington Avenue (by the Library)

Point Richmond History Association
139 Washington Avenue, Thur and Sat 11:30 AM-2 PM, Phone: 510-235-1336 or 234-5334

Rosie The Riveter
Looking for women who worked at the Kaiser Shipyards during World War II

Red Oak Victory Ship is a floating museum
World War II ship built in Richmond, CA

Red Oak Victory Amateur Radio Club

Richmond Bay Trail
Working to complete the Bay Trail in Richmond

Richmond Museum of History
Wonderful old things!

Local Nonprofits

Achieve Learning offers free and low-cost academic services to students
Phone: (510) 903-2224

Contra Costa County Syringe Exchange – Harm Reduction Supplies – Phone: (510) 377-9448

Greater Richmond Interfaith Program
Promoting human dignity and social justice in West County
 – 165 22nd Street

Ivy League Connection
A privately financed scholarship program
for West CC Unified School District

Milo Foundation – a non-profit domestic animal sanctuary

PRAM (Parents, Resources and More) is an inclusive, community-driven, non-profit that supports families with young children (birth through age 5) in the greater Richmond, California area

Richmond Community Foundation
1014 Florida Ave – Phone (510) 234-1200

Richmond Promise
Building a future where all children has access to high- quality education

Richmond Public LIbrary Foundation

Richmond PAL – Richmond Police Activities League – opportunities through sports and education for at-risk youth.

Youth Enrichment Strategies opens the door to opportunity for Richmond Youth

Miscellaneous Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous 
Mondays at 7 PM: Speaker Discussion Meeting at Methodist Church
201 Martina 
@ West Richmond Ave.

Richmond Volunteers
A Cities of Service Initiative
440 Civic Center Plaza

The Plunge (Richmond Natatorium)
Bay Area’s largest heated indoor pool.
1 East Richmond Avenue,
Phone: 510-620-6820

Richmond / San Francisco Bay Ferry

Women’s Westside Improvement Club
President Diane Diani

Phone: 510-685-3762

Houses of Worship

Dharmata Foundation
Buddhist Temple
235 Washington Avenue

First United Methodist Church
201 Martina at West Richmond Avenue
Sunday Worship: 11AM,
Phone: 510-236-0527 dan@dandamonmusic.com

Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church
301 W. Richmond at Santa Fe,
Sat Vigil Mass: 5PM. Sun Mass: 9:30 AM,
Mon, Tue, Wed, & Fri Masses: Noon
Phone: 510-232-1843

First Church of Christ, Scientist
112 Washington Avenue
Sunday Services 10:00am
Wednesday Testimony Meeting 7 PM
Phone: (510) 233-1209

Come visit our town!