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City Launches “Alex311” Customer Service Initiative

The City has launched a new customer service initiative called Alex311, to connect customers to more than 175 City services in a variety of convenient ways. The service includes new web, mobile app, social media and phone options to submit requests for service or information.

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City Manager Proposes Funding to Reopen Storm-Damaged Portions of Holmes Run Trail

City Manager Marks Jinks has proposed $6 million in capital funds to restore public access to the portions of the Holmes Run Trail closed following damage sustained during heavy rainfall.

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Absentee Voting for March 3 Democratic Presidential Primary

The City reminds voters of absentee voting options for the Democratic Party presidential primary election on Tuesday, March 3. Voters in Virginia do not register by party, so any person registered to vote in Alexandria may vote in the March 3 primary. Learn more about eligibility, deadlines and...

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St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festivities

On March 7, celebrate Irish Heritage and St. Patrick’s Day in Old Town Alexandria. Festivities begin with the Fun Dog Show on Market Square at 10:30 a.m., followed by the parade at 12:30 p.m. Expect some road closures and heavy vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the event area.

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City Manager Proposes Fiscal Year 2021 Budget

On February 18, City Manager Mark Jinks presented the Alexandria City Council with a proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 General Fund Operating Budget of $799.9 million, which represents an increase of 4.5% over the current year. 

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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 25.

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Summer Camp Guide Now Available

Registration for summer camps opens February 12 for residents and February 14 for nonresidents. Camp options include sports, creative and performing arts, nature, computers, STEM and more. 

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