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Spring2Action: 24 Hours of Online Giving

What if we all gave on one day? "Spring2ACTion" on Wednesday, April 5, by participating in the 24-hour online fundraising event that provides a simple way to connect donors to local nonprofits and charitable causes they care about most and encourages them to take action. 

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City Prepares for Spring with Pothole Patrol and Neighborhood Cleanups

Spring weather is on the way and the City is starting its annual spring beautification and road repair efforts. Residents are encouraged to report potholes and street damage to Call.Click.Connect., and to place orders now for mulch to be delivered April through June.

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Spring & Summer Recreation Program Registration

Registration for spring and summer recreation programs and camps is now open for residents and non-residents. View the Program Guide and register online or in-person at the Registration & Reservation Office located at Lee Center at 1108 Jefferson St. 

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Metro SafeTrack Schedule 2017

Metro has released schedule information for the remaining SafeTrack Surges scheduled through June 2017. Surge #13, March 4 through April 12, will directly impact Alexandria riders, who are urged to use alternatives to Metrorail

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City Manager Proposes Fiscal Year 2018 Budget

On February 21, City Manager Mark B. Jinks presented Alexandria City Council with a proposed operating and capital budget for FY 2018, and a Capital Improvement Program for FY 2018-2027. 

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Nominations Sought for Environmental Excellence Award

The Alexandria Environmental Policy Commission and Alexandria Renew Enterprises are seeking nominees for the ninth annual Ellen Pickering Environmental Excellence Award, which honors those who demonstrate a commitment to protecting the natural environment. Nominations due March 30.

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Potomac Yard Metrorail Station Planning

The Potomac Yard Metrorail Station has received environmental approval from the federal government, with the issuance this week of Records of Decision by the Federal Transit Administration and the National Park Service. The new Metrorail station now moves into the design and construction phase.

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Winter Weather Preparedness

The City tracks potential storms 24 hours per day, and clears snow from publicly-owned roadways, sidewalks, paths, parking lots and squares. To learn more about preparedness, plowing priorities and how you can help, visit the City's Snow & Ice Control page.

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