CHA of RVA News
- The 2017 Budget Proposal is Now Available Sep 7, 2016
Each year visitors and residents come to our hill for fun, festivals and celebrations. We host a Saint Patrick’s Day festival, Hogtoberfest and other events. Each December, our Holiday Weekend includes candlelight walks, caroling, and more. Our residents open their homes during...Read More
We Church Hillians love where we live, and our association helps us to both prosper and remain historic. We safely watch out for each other. Our brick walkways and front-porch community enable us to live along side one another, chat under our large shade trees, and warmly...Read More
Many residents of Church Hill grew up here. New families are joining our association each year. Our school programs are striving to add new programs and initiatives. Local parents and our association are involved in strengthening our community. Churches, schools, parks and...Read More
We are where Richmond began. As a result, visiting here means stepping back in time. Whether it is to visit a Civil War hospital and medical museum, or St John’s church where Patrick Henry cried for “liberty or death,” our history runneth over. For walking tours, historic sites...Read More
Because we are the oldest neighborhood in Richmond, some of the first homes and businesses are also found here. Elegant Victorian, Federal and other historic homes make a walk through our neighborhood a visual architectural feast. Our Church Hill Association is here to help...Read More
Year ‘round in Church Hill, trees shade our walks and pathways. Parks abound in our community giving our residents and visitors places to roam, walk their pets, picnic, or take in the view of the city. In the spring we bloom and in the fall our streets seem paved with gold....Read More
Join our association. Live, work and play in a charming community of neighbors.
If you’ve dreamed of living in an historic home, or remodeling one of your own, our charm is unmatched in Richmond. Join our association and welcome to Church Hill.Read More
Our streets are dotted with lovely spaces, local businesses, and quaint retail and commercial space. Our association welcomes you to come work on the hill.Read More
Parks. Festivals. Shops. Restaurants. Coffee shops. And it’s all at the top of “the hill” overlooking Richmond. So bring the children, the dog and come play with us.Read More
CHPN is not affiliated with the Church Hill Association.
If you have concerns about our sidewalks, parking, roads,
bus transit or anything to do with our mobility around the
Church Hill area, please complete our survey. The CHA Transportation Committee is eager to advocate for needed improvements.