The Town of
Richmond is located in the western foothills of the Green Mountains on the eastern edge of the Lake Champlain valley. The Winooski River bisects the town of 4,090 residents from east to west, as does Interstate 89, the New England Central Railway and U.S. Route 2. The Town, organized in 1794, is home of the Round Church, a 16-sided meetinghouse built in 1813 that is recognized as a National Historic Landmark.
RICHMOND TRANSPORTATION PLAN
This Plan will serve as the Transportation Element ready for inclusion in the new Town Plan slated for completion in May 2016. Richmond has received a Municipal Planning Grant to undertake a public participation process to guide the rewrite of the 2012 Town Plan.
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RICHMOND: OUR TOWN, OUR FUTURE
Our Town, Our Future is a community planning process designed to help Richmond, Vermont’s residents and stakeholders choose the future they want for the community. Led by the Town Plan Committee and Planning Commission, the process will allow us to create a community vision for the future and a plan for making it happen.
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VERMONT ROUTE 2 BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN SCOPING STUDY
This study presents a conceptual alignment analysis for a pedestrian and bicycle path between Richmond Village and the I-89 Exit 11 Park & Ride. This study also considers other alternatives, such as on-road improvements, that would improve conditions for walking and biking.
MORE ON THE ROUTE 2 BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN SCOPING STUDY »
- Bridge Street Bicycle & Pedestrian Feasibility Study »
- Camels Hump Middle School Short-Term Design Recommendations »
- Richmond Village Parking Study »
- All of our past Richmond planning studies can be found here »