RRHA is governed by a board of commissioners appointed by the Richmond City Council. Their role and responsibilities include establishing priorities and policies, advocacy, and review and approval of contracts.
Attend a Board Meeting
The Board of Commissioners meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm at the RRHA main office at 901 Chamberlayne Parkway, Richmond, Virginia 23220. Meetings are open to the public. Call 804-780-4200 to confirm the meeting date and time or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To address the RRHA Board of Commissioners, please submit an Online Public Comment Request Form.
Commissioners may also be contacted through the Executive Office at 804-780-4246.
Meet the Appointed Commissioners
W.R. “Bill” Johnson, Jr.
Veronica G. Blount
Patrice Shelton, CCHWSr
Eddie L. Jackson, Jr.
Harold Parker, Jr.
|Barrett Hardiman, Chair||July 27, 2020–January 9, 2024|
|Veronica G. Blount||September 14, 2020–January 9, 2024|
|W.R. “Bill” Johnson, Jr., Vice Chair||July 27, 2020–March 26, 2024|
|Charlene Pitchford||September 14, 2020–November 24, 2023|
|Patrice Shelton||September 14, 2020–October 25, 2022|
|Eddie Jackson, Jr.||June 13, 2022–April 26, 2026|
|Harold Parker, Jr.||June 13, 2022–January 12, 2025|
Read Recent News
- Meet RRHA’s New CEO Steven Nesmith –Tuesday, September 6, 2022 at 10 a.m. @ Baker Senior Apartments–WHEN: Tuesday, September 6, 2022 10 a.m. WHERE: Baker Senior Apartments, 100 West Baker Street, Richmond VA 23220Rear courtyard entrance In the Gilpin Court Community …
- RRHA Board Announced New CEO, Steven NesmithA former Assistant Secretary at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and former Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Commerce Department Economic Development Agency, Mr. Nesmith will take the helm of the organization on October 1, 2022.
- RRHA Board Responds to VPM Article Re: Creighton Court Development Plans for Low-income HousingEddie Jackson, Jr., outlines concerns about the accuracy of VPM’s report in “Creighton Court demolition moves forward without firm plans for low-income housing”.