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Jon Baliles

  • Education: Trinity Episcopal High School, University of Virginia, George Mason University (graduate school)
  • Residence: Lifelong Richmond resident. Grew up in Stratford Hills near Pony Pasture; resided in 1st District (Museum District) since Sept. 1997
  • Current Job: Insurance broker, web site owner (
  • Previous Experience: Plenty of political experience; never held elected office.
  • Favorite Restaurant: Where to begin?! Stella's, Mama Zu's/Edo's; Pescado's, Tarrant's, Zeus Gallery; Pasture, BellyTimber


City Councilman Jon Baliles joins race for Richmond mayor

The 1st District City Councilman announced his official bid for the city’s top position in a news release Monday afternoon.

City’s Chief Administrative Officer hosting town hall meeting November 17th

Selena Cuffee-Glenn will host a community meeting at Albert Hill Middle School to discuss a wide variety of issues.

School safety, funding should be top priorities, 1st District Councilman Baliles says

“…Council’s most important responsibility [is] to look at the Mayor’s proposed budget and make adjustments to help move the City forward.”

1st District meeting tonight

This meeting was rescheduled from last Tuesday due to snow closures

2015 RVA Street Art Festival location announced

An old property in Manchester will get a new coat of paint (or a million).

City Councilman Jon Baliles hosting 1st District town hall tonight

Bring your questions and concerns to Albert Hill Middle School tonight at 6:00 PM.

#rvacouncil reinvigorates Council meetings

A little hashtag is making big waves on Twitter streams.

1st District Town Hall Meeting July 22

Get the scoop on issues affecting your district

Baliles to introduce plan for City to buy Shockoe properties

Yet another development in the ongoing drama that is the Mayor’s Shockoe Redevelopment Plan.

1st District meeting Wednesday

From Jon Baliles: Please join us for our Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, May 28 from 6:00-7:30 pm at Albert Hill Middle School (3400 Patterson Avenue). This is a day later than usual since the Memorial Day Holiday moves the regular City Council meeting to Tuesday, May 27. We will discuss the Shockoe baseball proposal […]