Alexandria City Government
Information, photos and video featuring important citywide and regional news, alerts, meetings, events, activities, initiatives, programs, and much more.
News, information, and events from the Office of Historic Alexandria's Archaeology Museum.
Campaign on Adolescent Pregnancy (ACAP)
Information, events, and updates focused on preventing teen pregnancy in Alexandria, and promoting healthy and constructive activities for Alexandria youth.
Community & Human Services (DCHS)
Learn more about DCHS programs, services and resources that improve our residents’ quality of life.
Farmers' Market Old Town Alexandria
Information on Old Town Alexandria's Market Square, one of the nation's oldest continually operating farmer's markets, serving as a primary way Alexandria residents have typically obtained their meat, dairy, fish, fruits and vegetables.
Information and updates from the Alexandria Fire Chief.
Information and updates from the Alexandria Fire Department.
Fund for Alexandria's Child
Information on programs, events and activities which benefit children in foster care and those at risk of abuse or neglect.
Gadsby's Tavern Museum
Information on tours, events, programs, and activities at the Office of Historic Alexandria's Gadsby's Tavern Museum.
GO Alex: Your Transportation Resource
Information about public transit and transportation alternatives such as ridesharing, bicycling, and walking.
Information on tours, events, programs, and activities from the Office of Historic Alexandria.
Information on programs, services, events and activities offered by the Office of Housing.
Information, news, programs, activities, events and more from the Alexandria Library.
Office of the Arts
Information about Public art, the Mobile Art Lab, the Torpedo Factory, and other cultural things to see and do in Alexandria.
Information about police department news, activities, events, programs, community outreach and more.
Recreation, Parks & Cultural Activities
Information on City recreation programs, activities, classes, camps, special events, and more!
Information about community outreach, employee achievements, detention center news and more.
Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum
Information on tours, events, educational outreach, activities and more at the Office of Historic Alexandria's Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum.
Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Alexadria
Information from SAPCA, an alliance of parents, youth, schools, city health and recreation agencies, media, nonprofits, businesses, policymakers and law enforcement.
Information and updates related to the contemporary exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center.
Information and resources from the City of Alexandria's youth development programs.
Torpedo Factory Art Center
Information and updates related to the Torpedo Factory Art Center, home to the nation’s largest collection of working-artists’ open studios under one roof.
Transportation & Environmental Services (T&ES)
Information about transportation projects and planning; trash and recycling; road maintenance; traffic; environmental information, and more.
Voter Registration & Elections
For election reminders and additional information.
Workforce Development Center
The Workforce Development Center (WDC) provides job preparation services to city residents who are unemployed or underemployed. Services are provided to a diverse population with varying skill levels, ranging from those with less than high school to advanced degrees. The WDC also serves as a no-cost resource to the business community by providing a broad range of services to employers, including applicant sourcing and prescreening, best practices consultation, customized hiring events, labor market information and a sector-focused Business Services Unit (BSU), who assists with workforce planning and optimization. The WDC works to expand community feedback and communication channels through social media platforms, community outreach and partnerships leveraged in the community.
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