The Richmond Neighborhood Coordinating Council is the umbrella organization for the many Neighborhood Councils in Richmond, California.  Through the RNCC we work together to build stronger neighborhoods. This website will help you understand just what that means.

Here you will learn who we are, how we work together, and what issues concern us and how you can get involved.

You will find the agenda for our next meeting, records of past meetings, contact information for organizations that affect community life, and a history of the RNCC.

The Richmond Neighborhood Coordinating Council provides a forum for speakers who address a wide range of issues and causes in our city. If you wish to make a presentation at an RNCC meeting, here you can also download the Speaker Request Form.

In a nutshell, here you’ll find the resources that will help you help yourself and your community.


Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month (except holidays; no meeting in August) at the multipurpose room, (the basement of City Council Chambers), 27th St. between Nevin and Barrett, at 7:00 p.m.
To find out where and when your neighborhood council meets, go to the Members page.