The King Street Art Festival returns this Saturday and Sunday, September 22-23, transforming the City’s historic main street into a world-class outdoor art gallery. To accommodate the event, a number of parking restrictions will be in effect on King Street and the surrounding area.
On Friday, September 21, the City will celebrate PARK(ing) Day, a worldwide event promoting the importance of preserving and creating public green space in urban areas.
Treat your pooch to a late summertime dip at one of the City’s Annual Dog Swims. Following the end of the summer pool season, these annual events provide dogs with the opportunity to swim and play games in one of the City’s pools.
Absentee voting for the November 6 General Election starts Friday, September 21. Learn more about eligibility, deadlines and other requirements to cast an absentee ballot.
Nearly every year residential and commercial properties are threatened with the potential of tidal and wind-driven flooding from the Potomac River and/or low-land flooding. Get more information on how residents and businesses can be prepared for when flooding occurs.
A recent change in Medicaid rules increases eligibility for adults in Virginia between the ages of 19 and 64 who meet new income requirements, which vary by household size.