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[58], On August 6, 2012, a fire erupted in the Chevron refinery, resulting in 15,000 residents in the surrounding area seeking medical treatment. Its four shipyards produced an amazing 747 large ships and set production records. There were 2,538 (7.0%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 427 (1.2%) same-sex married couples or partnerships. The projects have been the subject of much civic debate; supporters contend that the often cash-strapped government would get a major new source of revenue, while opponents air their concerns over the ramifications, including an increase in already high crime rates, lowered property values, and worsening neighborhood quality of life. Critics also questioned the inclusion of wealthy neighborhoods such as "the area near the Richmond Country Club". Starting in the early 2000s, the city began an aggressive redevelopment effort spurring exurban tract housing, condominiums, townhomes, a transit village, and terraced hillside subdivisions. The city's electricity and gas is provided by the Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E). The new ferry will take only half an hour to San Francisco and will use the existing terminal and parking facilities at Ford Point in Marina Bay. Richmond also has number of local parks and two large regional parks are under the authority of the East Bay Regional Parks District, a consortium of most of the Parks and Recreation lands and facilities of Alameda and Contra Costa County. Many of these workers lived in specially constructed houses scattered throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including Richmond, Berkeley and Albany. Since 1996, new homes have increased in price by 32%,[32] and there has been a 65.6% increase in the total amount of new dwellings built annually. Trapped small animals, Milliken, 1995:18. 26.53% of the population were Hispanic or Latino, of any race. [34], Like most of the Bay Area, Richmond is made up of several microclimates. Wildcat Canyon Regional Park is the city's largest park at 2,428 acres (10 km2). NIAD has a gift shop. Fortunately, Richmond's turbulent and productive home front years were well chronicled and photographed. [69] Treeskunk Productions a video game animation studio is based in the town. [39], After a baby gray whale was beached on the Point Richmond shore in May 2007, its rotting corpse became bothersome to neighbors. There is a synagogue in the Hilltop Green District.[104]. Note that we cannot accept online reports involving known suspects, suspect descriptions or surveillance records. Thousands Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Richmond. The development is part of the city's downtown revitalization efforts. Richmond is one of two cities, the other being San Rafael, California, that sits on the shores of both San Francisco Bay and San Pablo Bay. Point Isabel Regional Shoreline is the largest off-leash dog park in the United States.[106]. January and February are the rainiest months. Health officials recorded 2,964 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday, marking … Amtrak provides intercity passenger rail service from Richmond Station, an intermodal connection shared with the BART system. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad purchased the railroad making their terminus at Richmond. Cheques post-dated for the due date on your bill are acceptable. The median age was 33 years. RCMP were … Passengers continuing on to Los Angeles or other points in Southern California may transfer at Bakersfield for connecting Amtrak Thruway bus services. The unincorporated communities of East Richmond Heights, Rollingwood, Hasford Heights, and El Sobrante lie to the east. ; To report a crime, or for immediate police assistance, contact your local RCMP detachment or the police service of jurisdiction in your area. There were 36,044 housing units at an average density of 1,202.3 per square mile (464.2/km2). Striped bass, bat rays, leopard sharks, surf perch, jacksmelt, sturgeon, white croaker, and flounders are also found. Richmond had commuter ferry service from the Richmond Ferry Terminal to the San Francisco Ferry Building on weekdays and Fisherman's Wharf on weekends in addition to special Giants Ballpark service during the baseball season. [28][29] Many of them settled in the East Bay, from Richmond to Oakland, before World War II. The second Amtrak line, the Capitol Corridor runs from San Jose to the state capitol, Sacramento, through Richmond, Fairfield, and Davis; some trains continue to the northern Sacramento suburb of Auburn. There were 24,018 families (66.5% of all households); the average family size was 3.43. There are also many private schools, mostly Catholic schools under the authority of the Diocese of Oakland. The city of Richmond was carved out of Rancho San Pablo, from which the nearby town of San Pablo inherited its name. The Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park is in Richmond, and commemorates women's shipbuilding and support for the war effort in the 1940s. There is also The Plunge, a natatorium which had been closed due to seismic safety issues but was re-opened in August 2010 after the retrofitting was completed. Grand Prize-Winning "Extreme Makeover" Website Is Unveiled! [107] This is in addition to a fireworks show at Marina Bay celebrating the July 4 and a Silly Parade, an event where people march down the street and generally act "weird" and silly. Vallejo Transit (line 80) and Fairfield/Suisun Transit (line 85) and Napa VINE (line 29) provide feeder services from the North Bay counties of Solano & Napa, primarily Vallejo but also Fairfield, Vacaville, and Napa and other cities to El Cerrito del Norte BART, these busses pass through Richmond. The medical system established for the shipyard workers at the Richmond Field Hospital eventually became today's Kaiser Permanente HMO. York Regional Police say a man who was found asleep at the wheel in an intersection in the township of King is facing impaired driving and firearms-related charges.. Police said they were … [31], Richmond is located at 37°56′09″N 122°20′52″W / 37.93583°N 122.34778°W / 37.93583; -122.34778.[8]. Many industries have been and are still sited in Richmond. 9,546 households (26.4%) were made up of individuals, and 2,707 (7.5%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. York Regional Police … The changes are covered by Phase I and use no new monies which would be required to completely implement the plan: Phase II. [112], The Port of Richmond, located in along the city's southern coast beside the Richmond Inner Harbor, handles the third-largest shipping tonnage in California annually,[113] a total of 19 million short tons. In June 2007, after engaging with the community for feedback with public hearings, AC Transit implemented the West Contra Costa County Service Plan which realigned existing service finds to reroute portions of certain lines, eliminate service to areas with low ridership, and replace service in some areas with service from a different route providing direct service to areas previously requiring tedious transfers. The agencies below are POST participating agencies and departments unless otherwise noted. This era also brought with it the innovation of daycare for children, as a few women could care for several dozen women's children while their mothers worked in the factories and shipyards. Marina Bay Parkway serves as a link between I-580 and the Marina Bay neighborhood, it turns into 23rd street after crossing 580. The city is also home to a radio controlled model airplane airport, Breuner Airfield that is located in Breuner Marsh a contested piece of land near Point Pinole Regional Park in the Parchester Village neighborhood. [51] "Over an 18-month period, if the men demonstrate better behavior, ONS offers them up to $1,000 a month in cash, plus opportunities to travel beyond Richmond. [84] Citing the people's opposition and the inability to negotiate several key points with the developer, the city council voted down the project in 2011. The Richmond Civic Center is currently undergoing a seismic upgrade and renovations program. Many buildings were damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. The Center engages youth and young adults in imagining and creating new worlds for themselves and new visions for their communities through the inspiration and discipline of rigorous training in world performance traditions. North Richmond to the west and San Pablo to the east are almost entirely surrounded by Richmond's city limits. 24/7 Search and Technical Assistance: … North Las Vegas, Nevada[74] and California governments including El Monte[75] Fontana, the city of Ontario and San Bernardino County had considered such plans but decided not to pursue them. [32] The city also enjoys more than 80% sunshine seven months out of the year and 10 with 60% or more. Seacliff, at Point Richmond, is a development of luxury waterfront homes built on a terraced hillside. It is trying to enforce an injunction that would suspend their operating licenses. Point San Pablo yacht harbor accommodates hundreds of private boats. legislature. The House Rabbit Society has its national headquarters in Richmond. [83], In 2010 the city approved the environmental review of the plan in which the tribe agreed to contain development of the casino to the footprint of the buildings on the former naval depot site. The racial makeup of Richmond was 32,590 (31.4%) White, 27,542 (26.6%) African American, 662 (0.6%) Native American, 13,984 (13.5%) Asian (4.0% Chinese, 3.5% Filipino, 1.6% Laotian, 1.2% Indian, 0.7% Vietnamese, 0.6% Japanese, 0.4% Korean, 0.2% Pakistani, 0.1% Thai), 537 (0.5%) Pacific Islander, 22,573 (21.8%) from other races, and 5,813 (5.6%) from two or more races. Another endangered species in the city is the Santa Cruz tarweed which survives alongside Interstate 80. This has led to funding of improvements in the form of state grants. "Richmond's Historic Ford Point Building Craneway, "Rosie the Riveter – World War II Home Front National Historical Park: World War II in the San Francisco Bay Area", "Going Wiggy over Wig-Wags – Pt. TTCA Welcomes the City of Richmond Into the California Main Street Program. The USS Red Oak Victory is a restored World War II Victory ship, the 558th ship made in Richmond. York Regional Police say a 58-year-old Vaughan woman is dead after she was struck by a vehicle in Richmond Hill late Wednesday. The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge extends 5.5 miles (8.9 km) across San Pablo Bay. Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision in Richmond Hill Pedestrian deceased Driver remained at the scene Bayview Ave/Major Mackenize Dr to be closed for several hours Any witnesses to contact Major Collision Unit DI 1320 #RichmondHill, — YRP Duty Office (@YRPDutyOffice) December 24, 2020. [107] The Richmond Police Department, Fire Brigade, United States Marine Corps and other organizations participate in the parade. [16] The first post office opened in 1900,[16] and the city of Richmond incorporated in 1905. Some students sued the district in an attempt to eliminate the requirement. The voyage took approximately 45 minutes one-way. Point Richmond was originally Richmond's commercial hub, but a new downtown arose in the center of the city. Richmond borders Alameda, San Francisco, and Marin counties in the Bay and Red Rock Island. Giant Highway, named for the former Giant Powder Company, runs in the northern part of town between San Pablo Avenue and the Leroy Heights neighborhood. [33] Many of the city's community centers were closed in the early 2000s following budget miscalculations and financial difficulties. The Contra Costa Community College District serves all of Contra Costa County, and Richmonders who decide to attend a community college typically go to Contra Costa College, located in the neighboring city of San Pablo. The median income for a household in the city was $44,210, and the median income for a family was $46,659. Officers initially said a woman was taken to hospital in life-threatening condition, and in a tweet posted after midnight, announced that the victim died. [32] The city experiences virtually no snowfall, and brief hail annually. [82] Casino San Pablo has already been built in neighboring San Pablo, with 2,500 slots. The city has annual Juneteenth and Cinco de Mayo celebrations. More FBI Seeks Contract Linguists There is a pier into San Francisco Bay south of Point Molate for oil tankers. 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Richmond (/ ˈ r ɪ tʃ m ə n d /) is the capital city of the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States.It is the center of the Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and the Greater Richmond Region.Richmond … [73] The vote was on "[setting] up a Joint Powers Authority to bring more cities into the plan". This is in large part due to the efforts of Police Chief Chris Magnus, who established "community policing", which involves police officers engaging with affected high crime communities. The film documentary "Enough is Enough: Live From Tent City in Richmond, CA," details a grassroots movement of Richmond city residents to fight violence on their streets. Please read our Commenting Policy first. [21] In 1930 the Ford Motor Company opened the Richmond Assembly Plant, which moved to Milpitas in 1956. A specially built rail line, the Shipyard Railway, transported workers to the shipyards. "[52], In 2004, Richmond was ranked the 12th most dangerous city in America. Prior to winning the mayoral election, he served on the Richmond City Council for 20 years (from 1995 to 2015) and served as the city's vice-mayor in 2002 and 2012. It offers picnicking, sunbathing, wading, and swimming. [134] After putting the fire out steam continued to spew forcing crews to remain on site for hours to water the still heated area in order to prevent reignition. Many years ago, the ATSF offered rail car ferry service from Point Richmond to San Francisco. Deer, falcons, raccoons, ducks, foxes, owls, and mountain lions live in Wildcat Canyon and Point Pinole Regional Shoreline. An additional side project will add a bike lane/bike trail between the Richmond Greenway and the Ohlone trail at Potrero Avenue via 23rd Street, Carlson Boulevard, Cutting Boulevard, and Potrero. Marina Way and Harbour Way/Harbour Way South (formerly 14th Street and 10th Street respectively) run north-south. [99] Despite these efforts, soda consumption in Richmond schools has not diminished. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 91.2 males. It can be viewed from an adjacent fishing pier. In the 2006 city elections many candidates ran on platforms promising to reopen these community centers, most of which had been closed due to budget cuts. It is expected the create 500 new jobs and become a major economic contributor to the city. In 2004 it was purchased by developer Eddie Orton,[22] who converted it into an events center (Ford Point Building–The Craneway). Wildcat Canyon also hosts falcons and vultures. The wigwag is a type of railroad crossing signal that was phased out in the 1970s and '80s across the country. On average the yards could build a ship in 30 days. The city also created a redevelopment agency that refurbished Macdonald Avenue, funded the Metro Walk transit village, resurrected the Macdonald 80 Shopping Center, and created the Richmond Greenway rails-to-trails trail and urban farming project. [57] Keller Beach was closed to public access for swimmers. Search Crash Reports. Chief Steve Tanner went to Florida to deal with what's being called "a property matter." [84] Councilman Nat Bates remained a proponent of the plan with its projected 17,000 jobs, while the remainder of the council was chagrined at the fact that there was no guarantee that the jobs would go to Richmonders. Many of the people who moved to Richmond were black and came from the Midwest and South. A missing 26-year-old man from Richmond Hill was found safe after being separated from friends in Algonquin Park, police report. This may be due to San Francisco Bay's notorious fog and also the fact that a majority of Richmond lies on a flat coastal plain predominantly consisting of reclaimed tidal marshes, inter-tidal flats, and seep. Carlson Boulevard is the primary access from Downtown Richmond to the Richmond Annex neighborhood, starting from 23rd street and terminating at San Pablo Avenue just north of the Alameda-Contra Costa county boundary, feeding into the El Cerrito Plaza shopping center. The Ohlone were the first inhabitants of the Richmond area, settling an estimated 5,000 years ago. In a July 26, 1993, industrial accident, a General Chemical company rail tanker car containing oleum overheated and exploded in the General Chemical railyard. Sign On >> New to BuyCrash? This line was formerly operated by the Southern Pacific Railroad (SP). ; Kingdom Land Baptist Church; Grace Baptist Church; Grace Lutheran Church; Temple Baptist Church; Unity Church of Richmond; Holy Trinity Episcopal Church; First Mexican Baptist Church; Holy Mission Christian Center; St. David Catholic Church, Greater New Bethel Apostolic Ministries, formerly New Bethel Church of God in Christ, founded by Bishop A.D. Bradley in 1945; Faith Temple C.O.G.I.C., and Faith Tabernacle A.O.H. The park is a memorial to the six million women who labored on the home front, symbolized by the mythical figure "Rosie the Riveter". All Richmond schools have banned junk food, such as candy, soda, Twinkies, pizza, and other similar items in attempt to curb childhood obesity and change children's eating habits. The largest is Richmond, Virginia. Steeped in history, Richmond looks forward", "Ford Point bringing new life to Richmond". Richmond Hill Licensing Enforcement Officers and/or York Regional Police … A local cable TV station, KCRT-TV, mainly plays historical archives but also airs government-access television (GATV), city council meetings and music videos. [76] The vote made Richmond the first to accept the idea. Of the 34,625 households, 33.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 40.5% were married couples living together, 20.1% had a female householder with no husband present, and 33.5% were non-families. Point Molate would have a casino, resort, and a luxury shopping mall. [50] The program collects information and analyzes public records to determine "the 50 people in Richmond most likely to shoot someone and to be shot themselves." From 1917 and throughout the 1920s, the Ku Klux Klan was active in the city. Lines running through Richmond are: 16, 17, 18, 19, 30Z, C³, J, JX, JPX[121] This coincided with the repaving and streetscaping project of Macdonald Avenue. There was controversy in 2005 when the State Transportation Authority ordered the BNSF railroad company to upgrade the railroad crossing signals. The Richmond Sentinel provides relevant news and information to the community of Richmond, B.C., Canada. The partially burnt remnants of the ferry pier can still be seen at Point Richmond. Where and when can I pick up my police record check? The city council has four African Americans, four whites and two Latinos. This resulted in a 17-mile (27 km) area contaminated with the poisonous gas, and led to 25,000 people landing in the hospital. Point Richmond, a neighborhood in Richmond, is known for its small-town appearance. Two of the greatest changes will be extending BRT service to Richmond Parkway Transit Center and providing service along the Ohio Avenue corridor. Police say a 52-year-old man was treated in hospital for head injuries after being assaulted at around 7 p.m. by a man carrying a machete. During World War II the city sprawled and its population increased dramatically. Richmond, California has three sister cities, as designated by Sister Cities International: City in Contra Costa County, California US, 94801, 94802, 94804, 94805, 94807, 94808, 94850. [32], During the day the population shrinks by 6.2% due to commuting while 23.3% of the population works within the city limits. "If My Eyes Could Rewind THE REAL RICHMOND, CA STORY (Paperback) by Rodney "Alamo" Brown SEP Publishing (November 2013), "Refinery Town: Big Oil, Big Money, and the Making of an American City" (Paperback) by Steve Early Beacon Press (2017). This percentage is in the high 20s to mid 30s (%) May through October (the summer months) and climbs or descends through 40% to 70% during the winter.[32]. Read more: [66], Since an exit exam requirement was implemented for California high schools, the CAHSEE, some Richmond high school students have been protesting against it. Its major activity now is as a seaport, with 26 million tons of goods shipped through Port Richmond in 1993, mostly oil and petroleum products. An hour earlier, police say a 26-year-old man … [110] In 2010 the city began celebrating the Richmond Native American Pow-Wow in Nicholl Park, in 2012 this included area politicians and members of over 50 tribes from throughout the country.[111]. Before AC Transit and BART, the Key System provided a network of several rail lines on the East Shore and Suburban Railway.[116]. [88] In the early 2000s Gayle McLaughlin was the first Green elected to the council, with the support of the Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA), a coalition of liberal Democrats, progressive independents, and Greens. January is on average the coldest month. [100] The revenues would have been used to counter obesity through health and fitness campaigns and expenditures. Galaxy Desserts is run and operated in the city. The Richmond ferry terminal is at Ford Point located adjacent to the historic Ford Plant in Marina Bay which is now open as an industrial park and under renovation. The Richmond Fire Department is the fire and rescue service for Richmond, and by contract with Contra Costa County it also serves East Richmond Heights, and North Richmond. The climate is slightly warmer than the coastal areas of San Francisco, the Peninsula, and Marin County; it is however more temperate than areas further inland. The name "Richmond" predates incorporation of the city by more than fifty years. It contains Common real property data for 72 custodian organizations, including:. The former Richmond Shipyards were transformed starting in the late 1980s into a multiunit residential area, Marina Bay. [37] Richmond is one of the few places where you can find the rare Olympia oyster on the west coast, in the polluted waters along the refinery's shoreline. The 23rd Street business district has evolved into a predominantly Latino neighborhood over the last twenty years as have the storefronts.[70]. The city of Richmond has eight community centers which are located within city parks. Despite the city making extreme headway in crime reduction and prevention, Richmond received widespread attention in 2009 when a girl was gang raped at a homecoming dance at Richmond High School. High school students practice cross-country in the park. The median age was 34.8 years. The city has four high schools: De Anza High School, Salesian College Preparatory, Richmond High School, and Kennedy High School. [32], 33.2% of the population aged 15 and over has never married, while 46.3% is currently wed. 11.1% have already divorced, 3.1% is currently separated, and 6.4% has been widowed. Furthermore, a great effort was made to provide a better transfer at Richmond Station as well as the Richmond Parkway Transit Center. Water is provided by the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD), while sewers are operated by the city government. Roads were closed in the area but have since reopened. The average wind speed is 6–9 miles per hour (10–14 km/h) with stronger winds from March through August; the strongest winds are in June. The Macdonald 80 Shopping Center is a commercial plot along the trunk route of Macdonald Avenue which has been designated the city's main street under the aforementioned program. [30], In 2006, the city celebrated its centennial. It will also follow the BART line to Richmond station and continue to Point Richmond. [citation needed], There are dozens of gathering places for various religions in the city, and some which are not represented in the city can be found nearby. Phase II has a target date of mid-2008.[117][118][119][120]. The Point, as it is known by locals, offers owner-operated stores, coffee shops, historic benches, and streetlights. 19,961 owned and … The city is within the 94801, 94803, 94804, 94805, and 94806 ZIP Codes.[33]. The Golden State Railroad Museum is a complex series of model railroad layouts in a museum in the Brickyard Cove area of Point Richmond. [66], Among Richmond residents, 64.56% residents speak English, 23.13% speak Spanish, 2.11% speak Tagalog, 1.75% speak Chinese, 1.20% speak Miao–Mien, 1.12% speak Laotian, 0.72% speak Punjabi, 0.54% speak Cantonese, 0.51% speak French, 0.5% speak Vietnamese, 3.49% speak other languages, none of which represents more than half of one percent of the population.[67]. It houses over 204,686 books, 4,014 audio materials, 5,277 video materials, and 491 serial subscriptions.[32]. [94], In 2019 the city approved "Power Plant Park" a marijuana farm consisting of 45 greenhouses on 18 acres north of North Richmond near Breuner Marsh and a solar farm. Nearly half (46.7%) speak a language other than the English language at home. The city expressed a desire to demolish the building at one point, but this was halted by the actions of a neighborhood preservation campaign which continues its mission to "Save the Plunge!". Chevron USA has a major oil refinery in the city, with a storage capacity of 15 million barrels (2,400 m3). [107] The Cinco de Mayo celebrations sponsored by the 23rd Street Merchant's Association attracts thousands and closes the entire length of the roadway. Woman dead after being struck by vehicle in Richmond Hill: police. Vetrazzo, an award-winning green business that manufactures Recycled Glass Countertops out of waste glass such as beer bottles and old traffic lights, is located in the refurbished Ford Assembly Plant. [100] Furthermore, the current 32% of Richmond children who are obese will increase the current 24% adult obesity rate to 42% according to the Contra Costa County Health Services. The average household income is US$52,794; $6,552 higher than the national average. The city can roughly be divided into the northern Hilltop/El Sobrante, eastern Central/East Richmond, downtown/Iron Triangle and Southern Point Richmond/Marina Bay areas. The Union Pacific Railroad (UP) has a mainline passing through Richmond. [35] Morning humidity is 75% to 92% year round; afternoon humidity is more variable. They are linked by the San Francisco Bay Trail. The U.S. is vaccinating nearly 1M people per day. 65.3% are employed, even with the national average. Most of the white men were overseas at war, and this opened up new opportunities for ethnic minorities and women. Part of the former shipyard is now a marina. Tree-lined San Pablo Avenue at Macdonald Avenue with an AC Transit BRT stop and businesses in eastern Richmond. 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