Richmond

Constituent Services, Elected Officials, and Schools

Richmond City

Mayor - Levar M. Stoney
Separate to the branch of government that is the City Council, the Mayor's position serves as the Executive management of government services for the City of Richmond. The mayor is elected by Richmond city voters and must win a majority of votes in five of the nine Richmond Voter Districts. Duties of the Mayor include ceremonial support; proposing a draft Richmond City Government Fiscal Plan Budget for the City Council to use to establish the annual Richmond Government Budget; recommending an appointment for a Richmond Chief Administrative Officer for the consent of Council; and supervising said Officer in the delivery of day-to-day administration/oversight of government services. The Mayor serves a four-year term and can be re-elected one subsequent consecutive term. The next election is November 3, 2020.
 

Richmond City Council Members
The Richmond City Council is the governing body of the City of Richmond and the Mayor is elected to oversee it as Chief Administrative Officer. The City is divided into nine citizen geo-demographic voter districts, and these districts are used to elect the members of the City Council, Richmond City Public School Board of Trustees, and Mayor At-Large. These nine individuals are elected to create and amend local laws, provide policy and government oversight, appoint members to boards and commissions, and approve the annual budget for the Richmond City Government. In 2008, council member terms increased from two to four years. There are no term limits. The next election is November 3, 2020.


Richmond City School Board of Trustees
The Richmond City School Board of Trustees is a state function/entity that is separate from city government. This entity does not report to the Richmond City Council or Mayor. Residents in the voter districts elect School Board member to represent their voter district. This is a four year term.  The next election is November 3, 2020. 

Richmond City Superintendent of Schools - Jason Kamras

Jason Kamras is the new Superintendent of Schools effective February 1, 2018.  The Superintendent is responsible for overseeing and managing day-today school operations for all school within the city of Richmond. This position is appointed by the City's School Board of Trustees.

Richmond City Schools in District 68

Elementary Schools
J. B. Fisher Elementary School
3701 Garden Rd, Richmond, VA 23235

Website: https://www.rvaschools.net/JFES

Phone: (804) 327-5612

Principal: Mr. Cleveland Walton III


Mary Munford Elementary School

211 Westmoreland Avenue, Richmond, VA 23226

Website: https://www.rvaschools.net/MMES

Phone: (804) 780-6267

Principal: Mr. Greg Muzik

Southampton Elementary School

3333 Cheverly Rd, Richmond, VA 23225

Website: https://www.rvaschools.net/SHES

Phone: (804) 320-2434

Principal: Mrs. Sheleta Crews

William Fox Elementary School

2300 Hanover Ave, Richmond, VA 23220

Website: https://www.rvaschools.net/WFES

Phone: (804) 780-6259

Principal: Mrs. Daniela Jacobs

Middle Schools

Albert Hill Middle School

3400 Patterson Ave, Richmond, VA 23221

Website: https://www.rvaschools.net/AHMS

Phone: (804) 780-6107

Principal: Mrs. Cherita Sears

High Schools

Thomas Jefferson High School

4100 W Grace St, Richmond, VA 23230

Website: https://www.rvaschools.net/TJHS

Phone: (804) 780-6028

Principal: Ms. Tamara Mines

Virginia General Assembly Resources

Dawn's House Committee Assignments

Agriculture, Chesapeake, and Natural Resources (ACNR)

  • ACNR Subcommittee #2

  • ACNR Subcommittee #4

Militia, Police and Public Safety - Standing Committee (MPPS)

  • No Subcommittee Assignments at this time

House Page Leadership Program
2019 Session House Page Program Application Process is Closed

Each year the Speaker of the House of Delegates appoints 13 and 14 year-olds from across the Commonwealth to serve as House pages during the regular session of the General Assembly. These young people assist the members of the House of Delegates, the House Clerk's staff, and other legislative staff in the daily duties required for the successful operation of the House of Delegates during the session. If your child would like to participate in this program, please reach out to Delegate Adams' office at least two weeks before the deadline to set up an appointment for a letter of recommendation.

Legislative Services We Can Provide:

  • Educational information on the legislative process

  • Copies of bills and laws, studies, government forms, and other state publications

  • House and Senate Committee membership information

  • Legislative study committee and State Agency reports

  • Scheduling legislative meetings

  • Suggestions on advocacy

  • Voting records of legislators

Other Ways My Team Can Assist:

  • Advocacy before a State Agency

  • Assisting with State Capitol Tours and Virginia Tourism Information

  • Introducing Bills of interest to you

  • Legislative Publications

  • Presenting commending or memorial resolutions

  • Referrals to the appropriate agency at the Federal, State, and Local levels

  • Restoration of Rights

  • Scheduling speaking engagements for community groups, schools, or service organizations

  • Special recognition and congratulations for wedding anniversaries (50 years and over), birthdays of 80 years or older, 18th Birthdays (includes a greeting and voter registration package), and retirements.
    Please contact my team and allow several weeks turn around time for these recognitions.

  • State Publications

  • Virginia State Flags that have been flown of the State Capitol

OFFICE ADDRESS

 

Delegate Dawn M. Adams:

Pocohantas Building

900 E. Main Street, Room E426

Richmond, VA 23219

​Office: 804-698-1068

DelDAdams@house.virginia.gov

MAILING ADDRESS

Adams for Delegate:

PO Box 25331

Richmond, VA 23260​

844-384-5922

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