Richmond submits final proposal for Smart Cities Challenge
The proposal includes initiatives that would minimize community impacts from major disasters, while also enhancing our quality of life in day-to-day activities.
2019 budget funds major increases for police and fire staffing
An additional 107 policing and fire staff are part of Richmond’s 2019 Operating Budget and 5 Year Financial Plan (2019-2023).
Minoru Centre for Active Living now open
The facility’s seniors centre and events centre will open at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, March 11. The aquatics and fitness centres within the facility will open at a later date.
Animal Aware / Hug-A-Tree
Children will learn how to stay calm and safe if they become lost in the outdoors in this Search and Rescue program. Then, families will get tips on how to safely view animals in the wild while keeping a respectful distance. Presented in partnership with Parks Canada.
Walk Richmond - Hugh Boyd
Enjoy a walk around one of North America’s single largest artificial turf fields that borders the Richmond Pitch and Putt golf course. A demonstration of the outdoor fitness circuit is offered following the walk.
BC Assessment sends assessment notices to all BC property owners every January. Click to watch a brief explanation video.
Smart Cities Challenge
The City of Richmond has submitted its ground-breaking, transformative Smart Cities Challenge proposal to Infrastructure Canada.
Richmond Olympic Experience (ROX)
A highly interactive and dynamic visitor experience, the ROX features interactive media, hands-on sporting simulations and displays.