The Scott’s Addition Boulevard Association is an eclectic group of business owners and residents working to make the Scott’s Addition neighborhood one of the best communities in which to live, work, and play in Richmond, Virginia.
The Association was founded in 2003 by a group of mainly business owners and developers with a common interest in what was then mainly a light industrial neighborhood well positioned for future growth. These founding members worked to create the Scott’s Addition Historic District, a National Historic District recognized beginning in 2005 that, through the use of historic tax credits, spurred much of the rapid development taking place today.
What We Do
Our organization, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit, exists to foster a sense of community in Scott’s Addition, be a collective voice for the concerns of business owners and residents, and works to improve our neighborhood day by day. Scott’s Addition is growing faster than any other area in Richmond, and as such, we’re focused on ensuring smart growth, mitigating growing pains such as parking and traffic, and improving infrastructure such as adding sidewalks, trash cans, and trees (among other projects).