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Spring2ACTion: 24 Hours of Online Giving

What if we all gave on one day? "Spring2ACTion" on Wednesday, April 25, by participating in the 24-hour online fundraising event that connects donors with the local nonprofits and charitable causes they care about most, and encourages them to take action.

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Alexandria City Council Adopts Long Term Control Plan Update

On April 24, City Council took further steps to accelerate remediation of the City’s four combined sewer outfalls by adopting the Long Term Control Plan Update and approving an agreement to transfer ownership of the outfalls to AlexRenew.

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Community Health Assessment Kick-Off

Help improve the health of the Alexandria community by attending the Community Health Assessment Kick-Off meeting on April 26. Over the next year, Alexandria will develop a comprehensive Community Health Assessment. The process represents a grassroots effort to identify and address key health...

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Alexandria Celebrates Earth Day

The City will host the 25th Annual Alexandria Earth Day and Arbor Day celebration on April 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lenny Harris Memorial Fields at Braddock Park. 

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City Hosts “RecFest” Event on May 5

The City will host “RecFest” on Saturday, May 5, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., at Armistead L. Boothe Park. RecFest is an explosion of fun for the whole family, representing aquatics, exercise and fitness, sports, enrichment, creative and performing arts, environmental education, out-of-school time, and summer...

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Absentee Voting Begins April 27

Absentee voting for Virginia’s June 12 Democratic and Republican primary elections begins on April 27. Many Alexandria voters may be eligible to vote absentee. Check registration status, get a voter registration application, view sample ballots, and learn more about absentee voting. 

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Eleanor E. Breen Named Alexandria’s City Archaeologist

City Manager Mark Jinks has announced the appointment of Dr. Eleanor Breen as City Archaeologist.

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Building Safety Month Kick-Off Event

Celebrate building safety and the code professionals who help keep us safe. Join the City of Alexandria for the annual Building Safety Month Kick-Off event on Friday, May 4.

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2018 Resident Survey Findings Announced

Results of the survey will be used to guide the budget process, track progress on the City’s Strategic Plan, and provide data for performance reports.

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SolarizeAlexandria Campaign Returns

SolarizeAlexandria, a program to make it easier and more affordable for residents to install solar power systems on Alexandria homes, will hold its fourth annual campaign through May 31. 

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Neighborhood Cleanups, Pothole Patrol and Mulch Delivery

The City is preparing for warmer weather with its annual spring beautification efforts, including pothole repair, bulk trash collection, and mulch delivery, which residents can now order online.

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Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities Seeks Nominations for Awards

The Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities seeks applications for the Gerry Bertier Scholarship, and nominations for the John Duty Collins III Outstanding Advocate for Persons with Disabilities Award and Disability Awareness Awards.

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