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Oakville Triangle and Route 1 Corridor Vision Planning Process

The City will host the first in a series of community meetings on Monday, April 1, to share information and answer questions related to Virginia Tech’s planned Innovation Campus, which will involve updates to the Oakville Triangle and Route 1 Corridor Plan.

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City Devotes Additional Resources to Pothole Repair

The City is devoting additional resources to pothole repair following this year’s harsh winter season, and is encouraging residents and businesses to help find and report potholes using Call.Click.Connect.

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Waterfront Park Ribbon-Cutting and Interactive Public Art Opening

The City will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the interim Waterfront Park on Saturday, March 30, from 10 to 11 a.m. Festivities will continue from 2 to 9 p.m. to mark the opening of a sound-responsive, interactive public art installation.

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Public Invited to Experience New Sound-Responsive Art Installation in Waterfront Park

Celebrate the unveiling of “Mirror Mirror,” a new interactive public art installation, on Saturday, March 30, with festivities throughout Waterfront Park from 2 to 9 p.m.

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City Eliminates Windshield Decals for Car Tax

On March 16, the Alexandria City Council voted unanimously to eliminate the requirement that vehicle owners display a windshield decal to indicate payment of the personal property tax.



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City Council Sets Potential 2019 Real Estate Tax Rate Range

On March 12, City Council voted that it will consider a 2019 calendar year real estate tax rate of up to $1.135 per $100 of assessed value, and a personal property tax rate of up to $5.56 per $100 of value on vehicles. No increase will be considered for the tax on business tangible property.



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Provide Input on Draft Mitigation Plan for Metrorail Summer Platform Work

The City is requesting input from residents, businesses and commuters on its draft mitigation plan to address a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority project that will close Alexandria Metrorail stations this summer.

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Alexandria Celebrates Women’s History Month

The City will host a variety of events to celebrate Women’s History Month in March. This year’s events span time periods from the 18th to the 20th centuries.

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Council Adopts 2019 Council Work Program

City Council unanimously adopted a 2019 City Council Work Program, which identifies the policies and initiatives City Council is committed to working on during the calendar year.

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Applications, Nominations Sought for ACPD Scholarship and Awards

The Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities (ACPD) is seeking applications for the Gerry Bertier Scholarship, and nominations for the John Duty Collins III Outstanding Advocate for Persons with Disabilities Award and two Disability Awareness Awards.

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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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