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About Woodland Heights Civic Association

The Woodland Heights Civic Association promotes the welfare of our historic Woodland Heights neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia, and its residents. Our neighbors volunteer their time to create a better and thriving place to live.

Member dues help us proudly support neighborhood and community efforts, including:

Friends of Forest Hill ParkPatrick Henry School of Science and Arts

About Woodland Heights

Woodland Heights AdvertisementWoodland Heights is an urban neighborhood south of the James River established in 1889 by the Southside Land & Improvement Company. The neighborhood includes access to adjoining Forest Hill Park, the James River Park System, Canoe Run Park, Carter Jones Park/Fonticello Park, and the McDonough Community Garden.

The neighborhood is recognized as one of the first streetcar suburbs in Richmond (1890), and later became a neighborhood within the city limits (1914). Our historic district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register (2009).