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COVID-19 Information & Updates

The Alexandria Health Department is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by COVID-19 coronavirus disease. Learn how you can help protect yourself and those around you.

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City Council Adopts Ordinance to Require Masks in Public Places

Effective October 1, masks will be required in indoor and outdoor public places, to help stop the spread of COVID-19. 

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City Hosts Free Drive-Through and Walk-Up Flu Shot Clinics

The Alexandria Health Department will host a drive-through clinic on September 26 at T.C. Williams High School, and a walk-up clinic on October 3 at Francis C. Hammond Middle School.

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Absentee Voting Begins Sept. 18 for Nov. 3 Elections

Absentee voting begins September 18 for the November 3 elections. Learn more about eligibility, deadlines and other requirements to cast an absentee ballot.

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City Reminds Residents to Complete the 2020 Census by September 30

Complete the Census today! Help ensure that our city gets the resources to provide the programs and services our community needs and deserves. You’ve got the power to shape Alexandria’s future for the next ten years.

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Purchase Bricks for Parker-Gray High School 100th Anniversary Memorial Walkway

The City and the Alexandria African American Hall of Fame invite the public to purchase personalized bricks to create a memorial walkway recognizing the 100th anniversary of Parker-Gray High School.

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City Recognizes National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. The City encourages everyone to prepare themselves and their loved ones now, and throughout the year, for any kind of emergency.  

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