Richmond Highway: District Design Guidelines

Get InvolvedUrban Design Charrette

Community participation is an essential part of the development of these urban design guidelines.  There are a number of ways in which the county is engaging with community stakeholders. See the list in the table below for past and upcoming opportunities to provide feedback.


Feedback Opportunities + Project Schedule

Activity Timing Results
Community Workshop
Approximately 70 people attended the kick-off workshop and provided ideas about the desired character and appearance of the Richmond Highway corridor’s Community Business Centers.
December 8, 2018

North Gateway CBC
Penn Daw CBC
Beacon Groveton CBC
Hybla Valley / Gum Springs CBC
Woodlawn CBC

Pop-Up STUDIOS and Online Survey
The temporary studio showcased pedestrian-friendly streetscapes, building design ideas, and the results of the community workshop.  Participants attended in-person events or provided feedback online.

Spring 2019
April 4th & 6th

Pop-Up Results Summary

Pop-Up Images and Presentation Materials

Draft recommendations were shared with groups such as local HOAs, SFDC, MVCCA, and the Lee District Land Use Committee.
October 2019 - December 2019

Executive Summary

Outreach Presentation

Draft Document Public Review
Opportunity to review and provide feedback on the draft Guidelines.
December 2019 - January 2020 Stakeholder comments are being incorporated as appropriate to produce the final document.
Advisory Group
Select representatives from community groups and area professionals are providing on-going guidance to the county.
Completion and Submission to the BOS for Endorsement Spring 2020 Submission anticipated at the March 24, 2020 Board of Supervisors Hearing