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.
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 Manager will host a public presentation of the FY 2019 Proposed Budget on Thursday, February 22, at Beatley Library, from 7 to 9 p.m. The meeting will be streamed live online, and Jinks will answer questions from in-person attendees and online viewers.
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.
The City of Alexandria has issued real estate assessments for all property owners, representing the fair market value of properties as of January 1 and the second lowest increase in assessments in the last eight years. Assessment notices have been mailed to property owners and are available online. ...