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Richmond Stormwater Master Plan

38.9 MB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Stormwater, Water Quality
Description:
Within this Plan, localized stormwater problems are examined at a larger scale (e.g., throughout the village core) to determine their relative contributions and aid in setting priorities for addressing challenges related to stormwater runoff. As adjoining municipalities also take increasingly comprehensive views of stormwater management issues and planning, these plans are one-stop resources that can improve coordination and increase opportunities for collaboration in meeting watershed-related needs across political boundaries.
Consultant:
Stone Environmental
Geography:
Richmond

Town of Richmond Stormwater Master Plan

38.9 MB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Storm Water, Stormwater
Description:
The ultimate objective of this stormwater master planning project is to support the Town in improving stormwater management, by providing a list of high priority water resource concerns and conceptual solutions that support the development and implementation of future restoration projects in an efficient and targeted manner.This Stormwater Master Plan first incorporates information from existing plans and datasets to create a single, town-specific resource to guide future stormwater management activities. The resulting stormwater management planning information and resources are included in Section 2 of this report.This Stormwater Master Plan also:  Provides a means for comparing anticipated benefits of individual stormwater improvement projects;  Provides recommendations to address stormwater problems, including a prioritized list of problem areas that can assist the Town in directing resources to high priority projects; and  Presents conceptual solutions for stormwater management measures in select high priority problem areas.
Consultant:
Stone Environmental
Geography:
Richmond

Vermont Route 2 Bicycle and Pedestrian Scoping Report: Town of Richmond

57.1 MB
Year:
2014
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
This study presents a conceptual alignment analysis for a pedestrian and bicycle path between Richmond Village and the I-89 Exit 11 park and ride. This study also considers other alternatives, such as on-road improvements, that would improve conditions for walking and biking.
Consultant:
Broadreach Planning & Design, Heritage Landscapes LLC., Stantec
Geography:
Richmond

Bridge Street Bicycle & Pedestrian Feasibility Study

29.5 MB
Year:
2010
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Infrastructure, Transportation
Description:
The Town of Richmond received a "Bridge Street Bicycle & Pedestrian Feasibility Study" Transportation Action Grant (TAG) from the Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning Organization. The purpose of this study was to develop streetscape design recommendations for improving pedestrian and bicycle circulation along the study area considering the following factors: safety, connectivity between village areas, utility infrastructure, existing community resources, economic development, character of the village, and natural resources along Bridge Street between Depot Street and Bridge Street’s southern end, and along Huntington Road between Bridge Street and Farr Street.
Consultant:
Broadreach Planning & Design, Heritage Landscapes LLC., Lamoureaux & Dickinson Consulting Engineers Inc.
Geography:
Richmond

Richmond Street Bridge

26.5 MB
Year:
2008
Theme:
Bridges, Infrastructure, Transportation
Description:
(none)
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report

309.8 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 1

922.3 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 3

3.4 MB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 5

101.6 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond