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City Council Adopts Vision Zero Action Plan

On December 16, the Alexandria City Council adopted the Vision Zero Action Plan, a guidance document that will help the City achieve its goal of eliminating all traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2028.

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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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Celebrate the Holidays in Alexandria

Find seasonal information on holiday happenings in Alexandria, gifts and decorations, charitable giving opportunities, safety tips, and how to make your holiday "greener."

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City Officials Warn of Spike in Heroin Deaths

A recent spike in heroin deaths nearby has prompted City officials to urge residents who may be affected by opioid use to be aware of a deadly new strain of heroin.

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Holiday Sharing Program Seeks Donors & Volunteers

Help make the holidays a little brighter for those in need through the City's Holiday Sharing Program. Monetary and gift card donations for groceries or clothing are needed through December 22. The program also depends on volunteers to help register families and sort, distribute and deliver gifts. 

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City Launches Stormwater Utility Fee Viewer and Credits Program

The latest milestones in the implementation of the City’s Stormwater Utility Fee are the availability of a new online fee viewer and the launch of a credits program to recognize stormwater mitigation efforts by nonresidential property owners.

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Fall Leaf Collection

The City's fall leaf collection program runs through December. Residents who receive City residential trash and recycling services have the option of raking leaves to the curb for vacuum trucks, bagging for curbside collection, or composting.

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Office of Historic Alexandria Director Retires, Acting Director Named

City Manager Mark B. Jinks has announced that J. Lance Mallamo, director of the Office of Historic Alexandria (OHA), will retire effective November 30.  Deputy Director Gretchen M. Bulova will serve as acting director.

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