The Fan District Association



Holiday House Tour Update

Help us move the fun OUTSIDE!

Our Holiday House Tour Committee is looking for festive neighbors willing to deck their outdoor halls from Dec. 12-24th. 

As is the tradition, the parade will raise money for our parks and FDA programs (music in the parks, graffiti removal, etc) and for our zoned schools Fox, Binford and TJ as well as the local non-profits that have received grants in the past such as FeedMore and the Visual Arts Center. 

Dates: Dec 12 - 24th

Commitment:

  • Light/decorate your building exterior/yard
  • Display a yard sign provided by the FDA
  • Allow your address  to be listed on a mobile/online parade route

Who: Apartments, duplexes, and businesses are also welcome.

If you are interested in volunteering, sponsoring, or having your property considered please email HHT@fandistrict.org. During this dark year, help us light up the Fan and bring joy and much needed FUNding to our community!

 

Volunteer Positions:

The FDA is looking for a person to be in charge of the FanFare newsletter which is issued 3 times a year. Also, a position for Fan Village which is an effort to work with the elderly in the Fan. If you are interested in either of these positions, please email president@fandistrict.org.

Leaf Collection: 3 Options

  • 1.       Bagged leaf Collection- up to 10 bags collected on (or after trash day), place bags near Supercans.

  • 2.       Leaf Vacuum Service- Rake leaves to the property line, Pay $30 Service fee, Leaves will be vacuumed within 15 business days after payment and request have been received. Call 311 for leaf vacuum pickup.
  • 3.       DIY- Do it yourself- Dispose of leaves at the East Richmond Rd Convenience Center, or the Maury St- landfill, or  Hopkins Rd Transfer station. (see brochure for location address)


Graffiti Removal:

If graffiti is on your property and visible from a public right-of-way, such as street, sidewalk, or alley, the city has the authority to remove the graffiti. Please report all Graffiti through RVA311.  DPW will investigate and determine proper course of action.  In order to investigate grafiti on private property, the property owner will be required to fill out the Consent to Enter and Release of Liability Agreement form, sign, and mail to:

    City of Richmond
    Department of Public Works
    900 E. Broad St., Room 704
    Richmond, VA 23219

Due to limitations and or the nature of the graffiti, DPW reserves the right to refuse the removal of graffiti on private property.  The way the city will remove the graffiti will depend on the surface and type of material used. Painted surfaces may require repainting and the homeowner may need to supply the city with the paint. Unpainted surfaces like brick or concrete walls may be blasted with high pressure water/sand or water/baking soda.

See the adopt a Tree program on our web site.  Click Here.

News and Upcoming Events

  • 12/7 - Street cleaning begins in the Fan
  • 12/12 - Holiday House Tour 2020 begins
  • 12/14 - City Council to vote on building heights along Broad St. 
  • 11/28 - Toys for Tots collection begins at Long & Foster Strawberry St. office
  • 12/7 - Street cleaning begins in the Fan
  • 12/4-12/5 - Fox Elementary Christmas Tree Sale
  • 12/12-12/24 - 2020 Outside Holiday House Tour

Have a great photo? Email us your picture of yourself, family, house, garden, vacation, street, park, trees,... and you just might find it on the FDA website! 

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