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City Manager Proposes Fiscal Year 2020 Budget; Presentation Feb. 28

Learn more about the City Manager’s proposed operating and capital budgets for Fiscal Year 2020, and participate in his public budget presentation on February 28.

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Winter Weather Preparedness

Responding to winter weather events is a top priority. Learn how the City prepares, and get familiar with Alexandria’s Snow Plan, Winter Weather Emergency System, and snow removal priorities.

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Virtual Information Session: Virginia Tech Innovation Campus

The City will hold a virtual information session on February 21, with Virginia Tech to discuss its broad vision for an Innovation Campus in Alexandria, and to answer related questions.

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Patrick Henry Recreation Center Opening Expo

The City invites the public to celebrate the opening of the new Patrick Henry Recreation Center on Saturday, February 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The expo will feature free activities and fun for all ages.

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Celebrate Black History Month in Alexandria

Celebrate Black History Month with special events and activities throughout February. Activities ranging from exhibitions and lectures to workshops and performances are available for people of all ages.

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Landmark Mall Re-Planning Process Community Workshop

Attend the next Landmark Mall Re-Planning Process community meeting on Wednesday, February 27, 7-9 p.m. at Patrick Henry Recreation Center to discuss draft plan recommendations. Can't make it in person? Watch and participate live online.  

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Alexandria Eco-City Summit

The City will host an Eco-City Summit on March 9, including an open house-style overview of the Environmental Action Plan 2030, the City’s sustainability roadmap.

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City Offers Free Tax Preparation Assistance

The City of Alexandria is offering free tax return preparation to eligible residents every Saturday, 9 a.m. - noon, from February 2 through Apr 13. Expert volunteers will help taxpayers ensure all applicable credits/deductions are applied for, including tax credits.

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Summer Camp Guide Now Available

Registration for summer camps is now open. Camp options include sports, creative and performing arts, nature, computers, STEM, and more. Registration is available online, or in-person at the Lee Center.  

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City Supports “Getting to Zero” and Recognizes National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In recognition of Black History Month and National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and to increase awareness about the “Getting to Zero Alexandria” campaign, the City will host a free screening of “Thicker Than Blood” on Thursday, February 28.

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Nominations Sought for Environmental Excellence Award

The annual Ellen Pickering Environmental Excellence Award honors community members who demonstrate a commitment to protecting the environment. Nominations are due by March 15.

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2019 Real Estate Assessments Reflect Stable to Moderate Increases

The City has issued assessments for all real property, reflecting stable to moderate increases in value across nearly all residential and commercial property types. Assessment notices, representing fair market values as of January 1, have been mailed to property owners and are available online.  

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Nominations Sought for Flora Krause Casey Public Health Award

The City is seeking nominations for individuals or groups who have made a significant impact on the public health and well-being of Alexandrians.

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City Continues to Offer Resources in Wake of Federal Shutdown

Alexandria continues to offer resources and information about food assistance, coping strategies, relief for taxpayers, and more.

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