Registration for Spring & Summer 2015 activities is now Open! Registration opened March 18 for City residents and March 20 for nonresidents. Register online or in-person at the new Registration & Reservation Office located at the Lee Center at 1108 Jefferson St. The Registration & Reservation Office, a single source for information about recreation programs, facilities and reservations, is open for walk-in or phone support at 703.746.5414 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.
> Registration is Open Now for Spring Break Camps & some Winter Programs
> Registration Information
Each year since 1988, the City of Alexandria has sponsored a civic ceremony observing the Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holocaust. The City’s ceremony, which is planned by a committee of Alexandria citizens, is the only local government-sponsored commemoration of the Holocaust in the Washington metropolitan area.
It's Your Turn to Lead
The event includes educational exhibits, demonstrations, hands-on activities for all ages and features the Upcycling Showcase, where students will showcase their creative interpretation of Earth day through literature, fashion, visual arts and performing arts.
Summer camps and activities are available for youth ages 2-17 and include sports, dance, creative arts, computer, chess, enrichment, nature, adventure, Out of School Time (residents only) and classic camps. The Summer of Smiles brochure makes planning the summer even easier with an index listing camps by week offered and age group.
> Download 2015 Guide Now
> Spring Camps are filling fast! Click here for available camps
Commissions compose a formal system through which citizens can advise City Council on issues affecting the City. Commission meetings are open to the public and vacancies are posted on the Boards & Commissions
website. RPCA's commissions include the Beautification; Commission for the Arts; Park & Recreation; and Waterfront.
An environmental management system is a set of management
processes and procedures that allow RPCA to analyze, control and reduce the
environmental impact of its activities, products and services and operate with
greater efficiency and control.
Consistent with the City Council approved 2003 Windmill
Hill Park Plan, the City of Alexandria is working with a design team led by
Kimley-Horn, with input from the community, to implement the replacement of the
current bulkhead and shoreline improvements.
The City continues to expand program
opportunities for every member of family and I encourage every resident of
Alexandria to take advantage of the activities and facilities the Department
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