Richmond VA > City Council Voter District 3

Last Updated: 2015-12-10

Chris A. Hilbert

The Honorable Chris A. Hilbert
Councilmember, Richmond City Council
Richmond Northside 3rd Voter District
     804.646.6055 (office tel)
     804.646.5468 (fax)
     email: email link
     email form (Recommended for public computers): email form link

Lisa Townes, Liaison 804.646.6055 (office tel)
     email: liaison email link
     email form (Recommended for public computers): liaison email form link

    • Employment
      • Senior Strategic Lending Officer, Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA)
    • Education
      • B. S., Finance (with Honors), University of Tennessee, Knoxville
      • M.B.A., University of Tennessee, Knoxville
      • Graduate, Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
      • Graduate, Leadership Metro Richmond, Class of 2005
    • Richmond City Council

      Richmond City Council Vice President (2019-2020)

      Richmond City Council President (2017-2018)

      Richmond City Council Vice President (2015-2016)

      • January 3, 2017 - December 31, 2020 (Elected November 8, 2016) (four-year term)
      • January 2, 2013 - December 31, 2016 (Elected November 6, 2012) (four-year term)
      • January 1, 2009 - December 31, 2012 (Elected November 2008) (four-year term)- NOTE 2
      • January 1, 2007 - December 31, 2008 (Elected November 2006) (two-year term)
      • January 1, 2005 - December 31, 2006 (Elected November 2004) (two-year term)- NOTE 1
    • NOTE 1:
      • On January 1, 2005, Richmond began operation under a Council-Mayor form of government, replacing the Council-Manager form of government that it had been in place during the previous 50 years. The new form of government separated the legislative and administrative functions of Richmond's citizen government into two distinct and separate entities. Prior to this change, Council's duties included managing the legislative, budgetary and oversight of administration of government services through a City Manager. In the new form of government, an "At-Large" Mayor is chosen to represent the city as a whole. The Mayor is elected upon receiving the most votes in each of at least five of the nine Richmond voting districts to provide management of the government administration of services through a Chief Executive Officer appointed by the Mayor and Council.
    • NOTE 2:
      • Beginning January 1, 2009, Richmond City Council elected terms changed from two-year to four-year terms. (Per Richmond Citywide referendum held on November 2, 2004 as required by Virginia General Assembly Acts of Assembly 2004 Chapter 514 Section 2. The residents/voters of the City of Richmond approved the election of members of Richmond City Council to four-year terms beginning with the election held November 4, 2008.)

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