Marina Bay Neighborhood Council


Due to the COVID-19 virus and the current “Stay-at-home order”, Marina Bay Neighborhood Council (“MBNC”) has canceled its June 10th, 2020 meeting.

Update: MBNC is working on scheduling an upcoming “Candidates Night”. This past January 21st, the City adopted an ordinance changing its election of City Council members from an at large system to an election by district. The upcoming November 3rd, General Election, City Councilmembers will be elected for the first time for Districts 1, 5 and 6. Marina Bay is located within District 5; so please check periodically this website at for future updates for the event.

Please visit the main COVID-19 City of Richmond page for essential information.

We hope everyone is safe and well and look forward to reconnecting soon.
Thank you!

Landscape & Lighting Maintenance District

This page provides updated information on the work done in the Marina Bay Landscaping & Lighting Maintenance District (MB LLMD). Our goal is to keep you informed about how your annual special assessment dollars are being spent. For a detailed list of the district’s accomplishments and current projects, please see the links at the bottom of this page.

The Committee is comprised of up to five Marina Bay homeowners, each approved of and appointed by their HOA Boards, two district business owners, the Harbor Master, a representative from the MBNC, along with representatives from the City of Richmond. We currently have openings for 2 district business owners. The entire committee consists of a maximum of 9 individuals.

Your Advisory Committee for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District meets monthly with City members, Jose Moreno, Supervisor of the Marina Bay District; Greg Hardesty, Parks and Landscaping Superintendent and Yader Bermudez, Director Of Infrastructure Maintenance and Operations. In each meeting, the Committee reviews the District Budget and labor tracking which details hours spent in sections of Marina Bay and hours spent on specific tasks. (For information about the District and the current budget, see the 2019-2020 Engineer’s Report below.) Also reviewed are the accomplishments of the last period and plans for the next month including areas requiring special attention and large projects. Between meetings, email is used to communicate problems to be addressed by the City Staff and respond to questions from the City.

Recent Accomplishments



Annual Engineer's Report