March edition of 4th Precinct MPACT set for Thursday night

Your monthly chance to get involved in your neighborhood and participate in the community.

The March MPACT Meeting (Mayor’s Participation, Action, and Communication Team) for the city’s 4th Precinct is set for this Thursday, March 19th at Linwood Holton Elementary School.

Personnel from Code Enforcement, Richmond Police, Public Utilities and Public Works will be in attendance to update residents and take questions.

It’s a great chance to get involved in the community and voice concerns, provide feedback, and participate in creating neighborhood-level solutions.

Guest speakers will include Officer Paul Lewis with the Richmond Police Department, who will give an overview of the Neighborhood Watch Program, as well as Travis Bridewell, an Operations Manager with Public Works, plus Jakob Helmboldt, the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Coordinator, who will give speak on the recently added bike lanes in Northside.

4th Precinct Code Supervisor Michael Payne will also be available to give an update on his department’s activities.

The meeting begins at 6:00 PM.

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Trevor Dickerson

Trevor Dickerson loves all things Richmond and manages RVANews’ West of the Boulevard and West End community sites.

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