Capital Bikeshare Expansion; Annual Waterfront Walk on June 4; Alexandria Jaycees Honor Employees at Community Appreciation Night.
Major Street Resurfacing Program: Night Paving Begins; City Recognized by GFOA for Excellence in Financial Reporting; Casa Chirilagua to Manage Conservatory Center; New Pedestrian Bridge Opens at Seminary Road and I-395; Governor’s Visit to Recognize Drug Addiction Treatment Clients and Staff; Code Administration Employee Appointed to National Fire Protection Association Strategic Plan Team.
Paving Program Update; North Van Dorn Complete Streets Project; City Employees Participate in Spring2ACTion 2016; City Urban Planner Honored with NFBPA Award.
Upcoming Public Meeting for the Potomac Yard Metrorail Station; King Street Complete Streets Public Meeting – April 21; Motorcoach Ambassador Program; Housing Trust Fund Report Issued.
Route 1 at E. Reed Ave. Intersection Improvement Project Community Meeting; Braddock Road Metrorail Station: City of Alexandria and WMATA Joint Development Analysis; Gretchen Bulova Appointed To State Advisory Council.
Maintenance on Mount Vernon Trail; Two New Murals in Alexandria; Alexandria Health Department Urges HOA Managers to “Fight the Bite”; Alexandria Named Among Top 20 Most Charming Small Cities; City Employees Win Salute to Women Awards.
King Street Night Operations Resume; Reduced Speed Limits on Seminary Road and Quaker Lane; Residential Food Waste Collection Pilot; Snow Response Survey; Free Wi-Fi Service Coming to Carlyle; Alexandria Fire Department Announces Assistant Chiefs; City Hires New Purchasing Agent; Alexandria Environmental Health Specialist to Represent Virginia in National Association.
Ad Hoc Motorcoach Task Force Appointed; Metro to Conduct Emergency Response Drill around Eisenhower Ave. Station; Edsall Rd. and South Pickett St. Pedestrian Improvements Meeting; Rolling Traffic Signal Outages Expected as City Upgrades System; New Website Design Launched; Audrey P. Davis Appointed To State Historical Records Advisory Board; Potomac Yard Trail Awarded; High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program Recognized; Alexandria Fire Department Receives Award for Best Practices in Health & Safety.
New Capital Bikeshare Stations; Windmill Hill Park Shoreline Tree Work & Community Update Meeting; King Street Holiday Lights Update; Telegraph Road and Duke Street Interchange Invasive Species Control Program; Mobile Technology Tool for Cultural Resources Survey.
Interim Fitzgerald Square Community Meeting; King Street Complete Streets Public Meeting.
Duke Street Pedestrian Improvements at I-395; Ad Hoc Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Advisory Committee; Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Update; Virginia Department of Health and Alexandria Health Department Conclude Ebola Monitoring.
I-395 HOV Ramp at Seminary Road to Open Next Week; Payne and Fayette Combined Sewer Separation Project Update.
Tree Maintenance Work to Begin in Fort Ward Park and Museum Area; Carlyle Pop-Up Café; Pedestrian Improvements at Taylor Run at Janney’s Lane and Monroe Avenue; New Parking Meters Installed in Potomac Yard; Scheduled Closure of I-395.
Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Confederate Memorials and Street Names Appointed; City Partnership Featured in VHDA Publication; Renovations Underway at Lynhaven Apartments.
National Park Service Announces Additional Jones Point Park Recreation Plan Community Meetings; Alexandria City Pharmacy Achieves Perfect Audit Findings; Twelve Years of Early Childhood Prevention Programming Has Reached Thousands of Alexandria Children.
National Park Service to Consider Expansion of Activities at Jones Point Park; Upcoming Events.
South Waterfront Community Meetings; Duke Street Improvements; Update on Beauregard Plan Available; Halloween on Lee Street; Fall 2015 Street Smart Campaign Kickoff; City Holds Resurfacing Rodeo October 29; City Converts to New Trash Collection System, Improves Employee Safety; DCHS Hosts Key Language Access Events.
Pegram, Strawberry Run and Hooff’s Run Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project; Old Town North Tone Up and Check In Event, October 10; Officials from Minnesota Visit Metroway and Potomac Yard; Get Your 30 for 30 Fitness Pass at Chinquapin; City Schedules Judy Lowe Neighborhood Park Dedication; King Street Holiday Light Installation Begins.
Nor’easter/Hurricane Joaquin Update; Updated City Marina Cameras Fully Operational; Survey Available for Feedback on Traffic Issues in Taylor Run & Clover College Park Areas; City, Health Department Participate in Partnership for a Healthier Alexandria Leaders Meeting; Alexandria Fire Department Wreath Laying & Memorial Service; Renovations at Alexandria Union Station; Housing Staff Chosen to Serve on State Housing Boards; Del Ray Neighborhood Residential Pattern Book & Conference Kick-Off.
Affordable Rental Housing Construction Nears Completion; Update: Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan; Duke Street Improvements.
Update: Community Meeting on Pedestrian Safety; Potomac Yard Metrorail Implementation Work Group (PYMIG) Meeting – Monday, September 21; Taylor Run Exposed Sewer Protection Project; Public Hearing Scheduled for the City’s Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for Housing Activities; Annual Fall Festival and Open House at Beatley Central Library.
Community Meeting on Pedestrian Safety – Monday, September 14; DASH Celebrates 5 Millionth King Street Trolley Rider; Annual Alexandria King Street Art Festival to Affect Parking on September 19 & 20; City Schedules Windmill Hill Geotechnical Assessment and Site Survey Work; Alexandria Health Department Hosts a Full Array of Adolescent Vaccines at its Second Back-To-School Tdap Clinic.
FY 2016 Street Resurfacing Update; Hume Springs Park Improvements to Begin Week of August 24; Park & Recreation Commission to Hold Public Hearing on Removing Designation from Three Unfenced Dog Exercise Areas; Virginia Housing Development Authority Supports City Housing Initiatives; Old Town Farmers Market Adds “Bike for Good” Food Gleaning Program; Southern Living Recognizes Old Town Farmers Market as One of South’s Best; Fire Department Submits VFIRS Hardware Grant Application; Department of Transportation & Environmental Services Announces Staff Changes.
Payne and Fayette Combined Sewer Separation Project Update; FY 2016 Resurfacing Program Begins; City Partners with First Home Alliance.
VDOT to Hold Public Information Meeting on Thursday, July 23; Update: Old Town Area Parking Study.
Community Engagement Invited on Oakville Triangle/Route 1 Corridor; City Schedules Chinquapin Park Recreation Center Geotechnical Study Work for Potential Swimming Pool Facility Expansion; Construction Begins on Street Resurfacing: Safety Improvements.
City Schedules Warwick Pool Geotechnical Assessment and Site Survey Work; Payne and Fayette Combined Sewer Separation Project Update; Trail Resurfacing Work Begins; City Collaborates with DASH to Operate Free Service on the Pool Bus Route; Alexandria Car Seat Program; Alexandria Health Department Marina Program Recognized.
City’s Fiscal Year 2016 Paving Program Starts Mid-July; Payne and Fayette Combined Sewer Separation Project; First Contemporary Architecture Symposium Hosted this Weekend; Children’s Free Summer Food Service Program; Mayor Receives Award from National League of Cities; Alexandria Resident Given Virginia Housing Coalition Game Changer Award.
Lunch Break Power Hour Program Debuts at John Carlyle Square Park; Comment Period Begins for Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load Phase 1 Action Plan; Alexandria Health Department Pilots a Full Array of Adolescent Vaccines at Back-To-School Tdap Clinic
Advisory Bike Lanes, Pedestrian Improvements Installed at Potomac Greens Drive; Kettering Foundation Selects Alexandria for National Research Exchange on Innovations in Public Participation
Royal Street Bus Garage Update; Four Mile Run Wetlands Restoration Project Update
A Snapshot of Persons Experiencing Homelessness in Alexandria; Public Invited to Braddock Interim Open Space Opening Celebration; Alexandria’s Commuter Challenge Results; Street Maintenance Update; Traffic Control Box Public Art Project.
One-Hour Early Start for Refuse & Recycling Collection; City Saves $3.5 Million on Debt Service; City Provides Testimony to Commonwealth Transportation Board for the 2016-2021 Six-Year Improvement Plan.
Landlord Survey Indicates Awareness and Compliance with the City's Voluntary Rent Guidelines; City of Alexandria Seeks Proposals from Non-Profit Organizations for Management Lease.
Spring Pothole Campaign Update; Spring Clean-Up Underway.
Mayor Euille to Deliver State of the City Address; City of Alexandria Observes 28th Annual Days of Remembrance for Victims of Holocaust; New ACHSO Report Identifies Five Key Issues for Community; Old Town Farmers’ Market Awarded $11,650 For SNAP; Citywide Apartment Rents Increase in 2015; Stand Up For Transportation Day; Alexandria Jaycees Honor Employees at Community Appreciation Night.
Alexandria Continued to Experience Lows in Part I Crime in 2014; Public Comment Period Officially Begins on Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Potomac Yard Metro; Windmill Hill Park Shoreline Rehabilitation Community Meeting #2; Alexandria Commuter Challenge Begins April 13; Matthew Harwood Selected to Work on Reston Public Art Project.
Braddock Neighborhood Interim Open Space to Open; Potomac Yard Metrorail Station Planning Reaches Major Milestone with Completion of Draft Environmental Impact Statement; City of Alexandria Reaches Preliminary Agreement with Robinson Terminal South Developer to Require Barging for Construction Material; Virginia Supreme Court Upholds Decision Supporting Alexandria’s Waterfront Plan.
VDEQ Approves NRG’s Proposed Corrective Action Plan for Potomac River Generating Station Site; Construction Work Scheduled for Chinquapin Park; Beatley Central Library Architect Dies; Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Seeks Public Input; Real-Time Bus Arrival Displays at Crystal City-Potomac Yard Transitway Stations; Community Services Board to Hold Public Hearing.
Route 1 Traffic Detour Begins Sunday, March 15; T&ES Spring Pothole Campaign; Regional Housing Expo Scheduled for March 21.
Public Budget Presentation Rescheduled for March 11; Holmes Run Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Program; Community Homeownership Revitalization Program Funding Approved for Lower-Income City Homebuyers; Panel Discussion on Future Regional Housing Needs.
Update on Citywide Street Light Assessments; City Receives Recognition for King Street Bike Lanes; King Street Holiday Lights Schedule; Resources Available to Assist Residents with Disabilities.
City Schedules Community Meeting on the Chinquapin Aquatics Facility Feasibility Study; Backlick Run Stream Bank Stabilization; Alexandria Police Citizens Academy; City Awarded Fleet Assessment; Alexandria Health Department Earns Project Public Health Ready Recognition; Alexandria Courthouse Closing Protocol.
Alexandria Housing Trust Fund Named a Best Practice in Affordable Housing; Alexandria Health Department Reports Lower Teen Pregnancy Rate in 2013.
Dominion Virginia Power Delays Proposed Transmission Line Project; Alexandria’s Tourism Office Announces New Name; Successful Neighborhood Stabilization Program to Continue; City Recognized for Crystal City-Potomac Yard Transitway; City Announces Top Environmental Achievements for 2014; VDOT to Hold Information Meeting for I-395 South Widening Project.
Updates on Potomac Yard Metrorail Station Project; New PBS Series to be Set in Alexandria and Filmed in Virginia; Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to hold Public Meeting on Corrective Action Plan to Remediate the Potomac River Generating Station Site ; Potomac Interceptor Cleaning and Inspection Project Scheduled for February; Interim Drainage Improvements on Russell Rd. at Maury Elementary; City Awarded Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards; Renovations at Alexandria Union Station.
City Marina Dredging Update; First Windmill Hill Park Bulkhead Community Meeting; Update: Citywide Street Light Assessments.
Lee Center Complex to Close for Improvements; Alexandria Health Department Receives Grant as Mentor Program in Food Safety; Update: City Receives Grant for Stormwater Local Assistance; Pre-Qualification Applications for Beauregard Small Area Plan Residents.
Waterfront Community Open House and Waterfront Public Hearing; City Continues to Prepare for Ebola; Ad Hoc Monitoring Group on Waterfront Construction to Hold First Meeting; City of Alexandria Ready for Winter Weather;
Fight for Children Renews Agreement with City to Operate Boxing Club; King Street Holiday Light Installation Begins; RPCA Raises $218,000 Through Citywide Park Plan Alternative Funding Program; City Partners to Offer Training for Residents of Condominium Communities; Fall Street Smart Campaign Launches.