Spring Fling – Thursday, April 30

Join us for this delightful Museum District Association members-only event Thursday, April 30. The annual Spring Fling brings together neighbors and community supporters in a casual setting. Last year, over 120 people attended!  If you are not a member, you may join instantly online via PayPal (preferred), or at the door. For planning purposes, RSVPs are a must. If you plan to attend, please let us know by Monday, April  27, at RSVP@museumdistrict.org or leave a message at 804-410-1632 When:  …

Join the MDA in time for the Spring Fling

If you have not yet joined the Museum District Association as a 2015 member, now is the time! Why now? Our annual Spring Fling is coming up on April 30, and this members-only event promises to be an exceptional time. The event is a way for community members to get together in a casual setting at a neighbor’s home on Monument Avenue. The Museum District Association is able to host events like the Spring Fling because of the support of…

Spring Alley Clean Up – April 4

Neighborhood volunteers are needed to help reduce the amount of trash, appliances, and furniture littering our alleyways. Please contact Kimberly Reiff at 8​04­-410­-1632​ or via email.​ When: Sat., April 4; 7:45 am Where: Albert Hill Middle School ­ 3400 Patterson Ave …

Snow Removal Reminder

Snow is beautiful, but it can be unsafe if left on the sidewalks.  Please take care of yourselves, friends and neighbors by clearing the sidewalks in front of your house, and on the side street if you have a corner lot. Sec. 25-23 of the Code of The City of Richmond requires that snow must be removed within six (6) hours after the snow ceases to fall, or by 11:00 a.m. the next day if the snow ends during the…

MDA Town Hall – Wednesday, March 4

Wednesday, March 4 – MDA Town Hall Meeting The Museum District Association will host a neighborhood Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, March 4. This popular annual forum allows the MDA board to visit with neighbors, understand what is important to you, answer questions, and provide an ongoing dialogue. Please plan on attending to share your views on what is important to you as a resident or business owner in the Museum District. Representatives from the Police Department, Fire Department, and…

Arrest Made in Museum District Crime

This morning the Richmond Police Department announced that an arrest has been made in Monday night’s Hanover Avenue attack.  We are grateful for all the hard work of the RPD and Chesterfield County in apprehending the suspect. Remember to turn on porch lights at night, be aware of your surroundings, and, if you feel threatened or notice suspicious activity, contact the police immediately.  We want to make it harder for this type of crime to happen again in the Museum…

Neighborhood Public Safety Announcement

Richmond Police Needs Your Help Recently there was a vicious robbery that took place in the Museum District.  Violent crimes of this nature are very rare for the neighborhood and the Museum District Association is working with the Richmond Police Department sector 311 Lt. Stith to make sure this crime receives importance. The RPD has issued an advisory with the suspect’s photos. Click here for more information and to view the photos. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective…

Cancer Screening 9/18 @5-8pm

Visit Retreat Doctors’ Hospital today for free prostate cancer screenings and seminars. Please call 804-320-3627 to register. There will be free tailgate food from Triple Crossing brewery, and giveaways. Where: Retreat Doctor’s Hospital, corner of Grove Ave. and Robinson St. Day: Thursday, 9/18 Time: 5p-8p – Screenings; 5:30 & 6:30 – Seminars For more information, view the flyer.

Fall Alley Clean Up – Sept. 27 at 7:45 am

The Museum District Association will hold the Fall Alley Clean Up Saturday, September 27, and needs your help to keep our neighborhood clean! What:  Fall Alley Cleanup When:  Saturday, September 27; 7:45 – 11:30 AM Where: Albert Hill School, Patterson Avenue entrance. Coffee and doughnuts will be provided. The MDA coordinates two neighborhood alley cleanups each year (Spring and Fall) where neighborhood volunteers help reduce the amount of trash, appliances, and furniture littering our alleyways. To ensure a successful cleanup,…

Adopt-A-Tree Deadline August 15

Adopt-A-Tree by Friday, August 15 and the MDA Will Pay Half the Cost! Friday, August 15th is the deadline for Museum District Association members to submit your application to Adopt-A-Tree and have the MDA pay for 50% of the cost.  Note – you have to be a MDA member. The MDA will contribute $25 of the required $50 tax-deductible contribution for MDA members who wish to participate in this year’s program. Applications must be postmarked by Friday, August 15. Applications…