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Chris A. Hilbert

  • Education: University of Tennessee - Knoxville (B.S. Finance and M.B.A.)
  • Richmond Residence: Ginter Park since October, 1995. Metro area since June, 1994.
  • Current Job: Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA), uderwriting loans for affordable apartments.
  • Previous Experience: Elected to represent the 3rd district on Richmond City Council in November, 2004 and has served in that capacity since January, 2005.
  • Favorite Restaurant: Northside Grille on Bellevue Ave.


Councilman Chris Hilbert hosting 3rd District Meeting

Meet the new commander of the fourth precinct, discuss the future of Chamberlayne Avenue, and learn about Granicus.

Northside 3rd District meeting tonight

Will include an opportunity to ask the new RPS Superintendent how things are going.

Councilman Hilbert hosting Northside 3rd District meeting Wednesday

Meeting starts at 6:00 PM at the Pine Camp Recreation Center.

City Council: A clear cut mistake

It’s a cold drizzly night, and there’s a sparse crowd for the inaugural Council session of 2013. Not much on the agenda, although it looks like the Redskins training camp has stepped in a big pile of doo-doo.

City Council approves Riverfront Plan, Redskins Deal

Monday was a neat night for a City Council: almost all of the streetlights were out through the Fan down to City Hall, and there were two BIG items on the agenda: the Riverfront Plan and “The Redskins Deal.”

City Council: A tale of two Richmonds

This week was Council’s last meeting until September. Here’s a look at how they closed out the session and a look at another Richmond’s Council meetings.

City Council: Fowl play

This week Council agrees to look into the costs and benefits of urban poultry.

Hilbert concerned about backyard chickens?

From the RTD: Not everyone is welcoming hens to the city with open arms. City Councilman Chris A. Hilbert, who represents the 3rd District, said some of his constituents have raised concerns about the idea. Residents have told him that city living is a…

Mayor is asked to pressure the School Board to giving Patrick Henry ownership of the school building

Ownership and the ability to secure a loan has been a stumbling block in Patrick Henry’s effort to renovate the rest of the school building on Semmes. According to Richmond members of city council have sent a letter to the mayor requ…

City Council: Things said and unsaid

With so much happening in recent weeks, Council was mum on many issues.