“I offer fresh energy and ideas to help ensure all Richmond residents have a brighter tomorrow.”

  • Community Growth and Development

  • Diversity and Inclusion

  • Safe, Healthy, and Clean Neighborhoods

Join me — Ahmad

My Priorities

As your Councilmember, I will address the following priorities:

Neighborhood Safety

I support reform and reimagination of law enforcement practices with a renewed focus on mental health, job training and youth prevention services. We must focus on responsible, neighborhood-based safety that reduces gang violence, and property crimes while improving 911 response times for any family needing help.

Homelessness:

Homelessness is a moral and health crisis in West County and our city. I will expand partnerships with nonprofit providers and the County to expand counseling, substance abuse treatment, transitional housing, and job training for people in need, while ensuring our business districts, parks and public areas are safe and secure for everyone.

Job Creation

COVID is not only a health crisis, but a fiscal crisis. We must retain local businesses, fill our vacant storefronts, and continue efforts to train our local workforce and bring more jobs to Richmond.

Blight Removal and Pothole Repair

Dirty streets, abandoned buildings, and illegal dumping are issues in many parts of our city. Every resident deserves to live in a safe, healthy, and clean neighborhood. I will fight for our District’s fair share of money to address dumping, remove graffiti, and repair potholes and streets.

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Richmond City Resources

“I hope you find these COVID and City department contacts helpful.”

— Ahmad

Covid-19 health related issues, and resources: http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/3914/Richmond-Coronavirus-Info

Covid Testing (no doctor’s note required): 1 (844) 421-0804

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Emergency: 911

Downloadable Richmond Fire Readiness Guide:
https://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/DocumentCenter/View/53610/City-of-Richmond-Wildfire-Preparedness-and-Evacuation-Guide

File Online Police Report:
http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/3267/Online-Police-Report

Contra Costa County Crisis Support:
https://www.crisis-center.org/

Meals on Wheels: (510) 412-0166

Richmond Chamber of Commerce: (510) 234-3512

Pothole Repair: (510) 231-3011

Graffiti, Dumping & Blight Hotline: (510) 965-4905

Booker T. Anderson Community Center: (510) 620-6816

Richmond Senior Center: (510) 307-8087

Richmond Library (tableside service):
http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/105/Library

Get Food Richmond Food Bank:
https://www.foodbankccs.org/get-help/foodbycity/get-food-richmond.html

RichmondWORKS One-Stop Career Center: (510) 307-8014

RICHMOND’S DISTRICT 5

November 3rd is the first election where Richmond voters will be electing Councilmembers from their specific neighborhood districts.

Newly created City Council District 5 includes the following neighborhoods: Cortez/Stege, Eastshore, Laurel Park, Marina Bay, Panhandle Annex, Parkview, and Richmond Annex.

Please join me in voting in this historic election for our country and our City.