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Last Updated: 2015-02-25

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Saturday, June 21, 2014 -- Downtown Richmond

Vendor registration for the 2014 RVA Streets Alive! Event is now open! Click here

New route featuring Broad Street and Brook Road!

Inspired by open streets projects all over the world, this event is about closing streets to cars and opening them to the public -- for one day -- to create a whole new healthy, sustainable and vibrant city street experience. FREE and open to everyone to do what you wish -- run, walk, bike, roller blade, WHATEVER! Make sure to check out the vendors lining the streets with free activities for the entire family!

Check out highlights from the 2013 event:


RVA Streets Alive! Is FREE and open to everyone!


The event runs from 10 a.m. Until 2 p.m.
For more information, please click here.

The Route

Broad Street from 2nd to N. Henry Street and Brook Road from Adams to Leigh Street.
For a map of the route, click here.


On-street parking is free in downtown on weekends.

Vendor Opportunities

Any activity that promotes an active and healthy lifestyle is encouraged along the streets which will be closed to vehicular traffic. We are looking for a diverse mix of different sports organizations, active lifestyle groups, preventative health & wellness programs, and any other organization that wants to promote physical activity. To apply to be a vendor, please fill out this form.

Thank you to all our event sponsors:

Mayor Dwight C. Jones' Healthy Richmond Campaign, Sports Backers, Richmond City Health District, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation, The Community Foundation serving Richmond and Central Virginia.

To view the press release for the announcement of the 2nd Annual RVA Streets Alive! click here.

For more information about RVA Streets Alive!, including volunteer opportunities, please visit:

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