The Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities "Fits Your Life." Whether you are looking for a class, sport league, casual walk on more than 20 miles of trails, or want to volunteer, we have something for everyone.
Registration for Spring & Summer 2016 classes and activities opens for City Residents on Wednesday, March 16 and Nonresidents on Friday March 18. Register online or in-person at the new Registration & Reservation Office located at the Lee Center at 1108 Jefferson St. > Registration Information
The Fund fosters public/private partnerships and cultivates innovative ways for residents to have a greater stake in improving the park and recreation facilities that they use. These partnerships will also provide opportunities for developing positive relationships between the City and the community.
A unique way for collectors to acquire original art from
regional artists. Interested consumers / collectors can purchase a
"share" consisting of six pieces of locally produced artwork
(one from each artist). Shares will include photography, glass, pastels,
watercolors and ceramics.
Old Town's newest Farmer's Market is open Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Montgomery Park at 901 N. Royal St. The market features local growers, bakers, and other area providers of wholesome foods including Twin Springs, Grace's Pastries, Bread & Water, and Relay Foods year round, weather permitting. The market is presented by the Old Town North Community Partnership and supported by the City of Alexandria and Yogis for Positive Change.
On May 5, the Alexandria City Council voted unanimously to adopt a $678.5 million General Fund Operating Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017, which began July 1, 2016. Working in Focus Area Teams, staff built a budget framework that directly linked the funds Alexandria spends on providing programs and services to the results the community values.
The City’s Waterfront Plan envision a new public plaza at the foot of King Street called Fitzgerald Square. The plaza encompasses the City owned properties of 1 & 2 King Street, and the existing King Street Park, totaling about one acre of land. When the Old Dominion Boat Club moves to Prince Street, the City plans to create an “interim” public space to enjoy until construction begins on the permanent park.
Consistent with the City Council approved 2003 Windmill Hill Park Plan, the City of Alexandria is working with a design team led by Kimley-Horn, with input from the community, to implement the replacement of the current bulkhead and shoreline improvements. > Updated Design - 90% Exhibit