POINT RICHMOND - The first of two public meetings on the proposed 14-acre Terminal One waterfront project on Dornan Drive will be held Saturday at the Richmond Yacht Club.
The meeting is expected to be an informational session about some significant design changes developers have made to the proposal.
The meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. and is open to the public.
The RYC is located at 351 Brickyard Cove Road and is adjacent to the property of the proposed Terminal One project.
Wednesday, Nov. 8), there will be another Terminal One meeting, a public hearing conducted by the City of Richmond's Design Review Board.
That meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the multi-purpose room in the basement of the Richmond Civic Center Plaza.
The DRB will be listening to public (and developer) testimony as it considers a design review permit for the project.
The 316-unit, mostly residential project includes plans for condos as well as single family homes, a waterfront park, a small commercial component and improvements to the the San Francisco Bay Trail and neighboring streets.
A city project description of the project is available here: TERMINAL ONE.
Questions can be directed to Richmond city planner Lina Velasco at 510-620-6841 or via email: LINA VELASCO.