On February 28, the City will host “A Community Conversation: Heroin and Other Opioids,” a town hall meeting focusing on the local impact of the national opioid crisis and how City programs and services are responding.
The City is hosting a series of community engagement opportunities for this planning process, including a community meeting, a walking tour, and a five-day charrette.
On February 20, City Manager Mark Jinks presented the Alexandria City Council with a proposed operating and capital budget for FY 2019, and a Capital Improvement Program for FY 2019-2028.
Black History Month is an annual recognition and celebration of the history, culture, achievements and contributions of African-Americans and persons of African descent. The City invites the public to celebrate Black History Month through events, activities, exhibits, and more.
The Community Matching Fund fosters public-private partnerships and cultivates innovative ways for residents to help improve park and recreation facilities. The Fund will accept applications for Fiscal Year 2019 from February 26 through April 16.