Wednesday, February 12th / 7:30 to 9:00AM


Ellwood’s Community Classroom

Presented By

The Virginia Chapters of the American Society of Landscape Architects & the American Planning Association


You are invited to GRinD (Greater Richmond in Design), an event sponsored by the Virginia Society of Landscape Architects and the American Planning Association (Virginia Chapter). GRinD provides the opportunity to bring the community together to discuss design trends and how they relate to the development of the Richmond Metropolitan Area.

Several jurisdictions in the Richmond area have been advancing plans to make streets more accommodating for people to walk and bike. Buzzwords like walkability and bike-friendly are used in transportation circles, but what do they mean for the average person? And assuming more walking and biking is an admirable goal, how can professional planners and designers help?

This month, join us for a panel discussion over coffee and breakfast as we talk about how street design is directly connected to the vitality of a community.


$8 to the public / Free to all VA ALSA & VA APA members



Register for class

There is limited seating for this discussion so you must register ahead of time.

Register online for the class now.


Email Lindsey Hightower at lindsey@vaasla.org.