Trails For Richmond Action Committee
Map of the Richmond Bay Trail
San Francisco Bay Trail
Bikers on the Richmond Bay Trail
The Richmond Bay Trail
Map of the Richmond Bay Trail
Closing the Gaps in the Richmond Bay Trail
What you can do NOW for the Richmond Bay Trail
Richmond Bay Trail Events
Wayfinding Signs on the Richmond Bay Trail
About the Trails for Richmond Action Committee
Richmond BayTrail Links
We're In The News!
Email Trails for Richmond Action Committee
Home Page of TRAC

CLICK HERE to make a tax deductible contribution toward completing the Bay Trail in Richmond via the non-profit San Francisco Bay Trail Project. Be sure to mark your donation "for the Bay Trail Project in Richmond” either on the mail-in form or under "Gift Note/Special Instructions" on the form for secure credit card donations.

Winner of the 2008 Web Design Award from the State of California's Trails & Greenways
Website by


Act Now to Close the Gaps!

All is On Track for Now — No Action Needed


Contact Information for Richmond, California Elected Officials
Name Address Phone

 Tom Butt, Mayor

235 East Scenic Avenue
Richmond, CA 94801

236-7435 (W)
237-2084 (H)

Ada Recinos , Councilmember

440 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond 94804


Eduardo Martinez, Councilmember
P.O. Box 5252,
Richmond, CA 94805
Jovanka Beckles, Councilmember
P.O. Box 5299
Richmond, CA 94805

Jael Myrick, Councilmember

27 Maine Ave
Richmond, CA 94804


Ben Choi, Councilmember

163 Bayside Court
Richmond, CA 94804


Melvin Willis, Councilmember
440 Civic Center Plaza
Richmond, CA 94804
Richmond City Council Meetings
Tuesdays, 6:30 PM, Council Chambers, 440 Civic Center Plaza. 
 for agendas. Televised on KCRT, Channel 28
Individual Email Addresses of Planning Commissioners and City Staff
Planning Commissioners
Jen Loy:
Claudia Garcia, 
Andrew Butt:
Sheryl Lane:
Marilyn Langlois:
Nancy Baer
Yu-Hsiang (Michael) Huang ;

City Staff
City Manager Bill Lindsay:
Planning Director Richard Mitchell:

Do you want to help complete the Bay Trail in Richmond?
If so, this page will tell you when action is needed. Typically this will take the form of attending public meetings or sending emails to elected officials and government agencies asking their support for completing the Bay Trail in Richmond. Email TRAC asking to be added to the Richmond Bay Trail Network if you would like to be informed of such opportunities.