On Saturday, November 2, several group are coming together to engage around the proposed Floyd Ave “Bike/Walk Street” / Bike Boulevard. Please see the information below related to this event and RSVP if you plan to attend.
Due to an increasing demand for community updates and engagement around the proposed Floyd Ave “bike/walk street” (bike boulevard) project, Bike Walk RVA (a program of the Sports Backers), RideRichmond, and the City of Richmond are co-hosting a “mobile open house” and community discussion on Saturday, November 2.
Floyd Ave residents and nearby members of the community are invited to walk, bike, or jog along Floyd Ave with representatives from the City of Richmond, Sports Backers, RideRichmond, and dozens of their neighbors. We’ll discuss what we like about Floyd Ave and how we can work to make it even more safe and comfortable for people riding bikes, walking, and driving.
We’ll end the tour at the VMFA to continue the conversation with additional interested members of the community.
What: Floyd Ave “mobile open house” and community discussion
When: Saturday, November 2
- 10 to 11:30 AM: Floyd Ave “mobile open house”
- 12 to 2 PM: Community gathering to continue the discussion
Where: In the Fan and Museum District
- The “mobile open house” starts at Monroe Park (near Floyd Ave) at 10 AM
- The community gathering meetings in the VMFA’s Leslie Cheek Theater at 12 PM
RSVP (required) and more info here: http://bit.ly/mobileopenhouse