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The Greater Scott’s Addition Association has created the four following committees to focus on the areas that can provide the most impact to our neighborhood. We also want to ensure that it’s easy for our partners to work with us as well as for interested individuals to figure out how they can get involved. To that end, if you have an issue or idea that falls under one of these committees, feel free to reach out to any committee member.  If you’d like to volunteer on a committee, please let us know!

Livability

The Livability Committee is focused on the following areas to improve the overall experience of living in, working in and visiting Scotts Addition:

  • Public Spaces
  • Greening and Maintaining the Neighborhood
  • Public Art
  • Promoting Urbanism/Non-Car Living

Committee Members: Jeremy Hoffman, Jason Nicholas, Dennis Garza

Membership, Diversity and Residents

This committee is focused on serving our members and ensuring the association reflects and represents the needs of our constituents. Primary areas of focus are:

  • Expanding membership value and benefits
  • Coordination of general meetings and happy hours
  • Conducting periodic outreach to neighborhood to solicit input and feedback

Committee Members: Erin Wischer, Madeline Erikson, and Heather Montgomery

EAR Up

EAR up is a subcommittee that was formed to better serve our community to ensure that our community is constantly informed, educated and aware of all of the resources available to them to help them be more successful.

Committee Members: Wanda Goode, Max Malmgren, and der Au Michael

Marketing and Communications

The Communications Committee primarily focuses on these efforts to highlight our neighborhood and members:

  • Media Relations
  • Website and Social Media
  • Strengthening and Sharing Scotts Addition Brand

Committee Members: Greg Simos, Trevor Dickerson, Elle Correll, and Sandi Cauley

Infrastructure & Parking

Focused primarily on working with developers and the City of Richmond on influencing the direction of our neighborhood’s growth. Key responsibilities include:

  • Documenting neighborhood standards and infrastructure deficits
  • Partnership with Department of Public Works and City Planning on short and long-term needs for Scotts Addition

Committee Members: Jay Bayer, Jake Bloom, John Freeland, and Chris Tabor

Development

Focused primarily on working with developers and the City of Richmond on influencing the direction of our neighborhood’s growth. Key responsibilities include:

  • Vetting of land use, special use permit and zoning requests

Committee Members: Matt Raggi, Phil Crosby, and Dave Cuttino