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Project to light up Richmond Greenway set for council approval – October 18, 2015

A project to rehabilitate the lighting system along the Richmond Greenway between San Pablo Avenue and 2nd Street is set to move forward.

On Tuesday, Richmond City Council is scheduled to vote on whether to approve a contract with NEMA Construction to install 110 new traffic-related electrical boxes and to completely rewire the lighting system along the ever-improving pedestrian and bicycle pathway. – Richmond Standard (full article)

Javier Reyes named ‘conservation hero’ for Richmond Greenway work – February 6, 2015

Javier Ochoa Reyes, 22, a program coordinator at Groundwork Richmond, has been named one of three Bay Nature Institute “Local Conservation Heroes” for his work in recruiting at-risk youth to help transform the Richmond Greenway. – Richmond Standard (full article)


Community Rejuvenation Project Completes New Murals in Richmond’s Greenway – August 30, 2012

(Richmond, CA) – Oakland-based artist collective Community Rejuvenation Project today announced the completion of its latest mural project: nine new murals between Harbor Way and Second St., as part of the Richmond Greenway project.- CRP Bay Area (full article)


Art on the Greenway exhibit a community effort to celebrate Richmond – 
October 03, 2012

The Richmond Greenway got a huge makeover this summer – from colorful murals to mosaic benches to hand-welded bike racks – thanks to $65,000 in grants through Richmond’s Neighborhood Public Art program. The summer’s projects culminated in a multimedia exhibit at the Richmond Art Center called Art on the Greenway that will remain until November 9, 2012. – Richmond Confediential (Full Article)

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