North & East, Richmond, California
North & East is a historic neighborhood in central Richmond, California.
The district is bounded by 23rd Street to the west, San Pablo Avenue to the east, Macdonald Avenue to the south, and lastly Bush and Moran Avenues to the north. Richmond Heights lies to the east and borders the neighborhood along San Pablo Avenue.
Salesian High School is located on the northern end of the area. The Macdonald 80 Shopping Center is a major shopping area for the community on the southern end; the area around the center features grocery stores, banks, and local small businesses.
The community is governed by the city of Richmond directly and has its own neighborhood council the North & East Neighborhood Council that delegates between the Central Richmond communities residents and businesses with local government. The council is headquartered at the Recreation Center at 3230 Macdonald Avenue.
Fix Our Ferals
Fix Our Ferals is a non-profit in the North & East District of Richmond, California. It is dedicated to spaying and neutering cats and dogs, and opened in 2012. In 2007 the clinic was credited along with other local organizations for, "significantly minimizing euthanasia, increasing adoptions, and lowering population by neutering" on a "shoestring" budget. In 2016 the clinic had to close temporarily due to funding "sustainability" issues. The center needed to raise $US50,000 in order to reopen. In 2017 the organization expanded from cats only to also serve dogs. The organization charged between 40 and 120 $US to spay and neuter pets and ferals in 2017 sliding scale depending on need.
- North & East Neighborhood Council page, City of Richmond website
- Richmond's Fix Our Ferals closes temporarily
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- Fix Our Ferals closed citing funding sustainability issues
- Richmond's fix our ferals clinic reopens
- Fix Our Ferals launches online fundraiser aiming to reopen
- Fix our ferals expands to include dogs
- Snapp shots pet spay neuter center reopens in Richmond
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