Ad Hoc Monitoring Group on Waterfront Construction

In October 2014, the City established a citizens’ Ad Hoc Monitoring Group on Waterfront Construction to proactively address impacts such as noise, hauling, dust and other impacts, once development along the waterfront begins. Read more for members and meetings.

Page updated on Feb 21, 2018 at 1:29 PM

Purpose

The monitoring group membership is comprised of the following individuals representing the noted organizations.  These members serve as  liaisons between the Ad Hoc Monitoring Group and their respective organizations, keeping the lines of communication open regarding the progress of private and public development along the waterfront and to identify any concerns the community may have as such activity occurs. A City project team consisting of representatives from Code Administration, and the Departments of Transportation and Environmental Services; Project Implementation; and Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities is assisting the Ad Hoc Monitoring Group in this process.   


Membership

  • John Bordner, Chair, Representing the Waterfront Commission
  • Katy Cannady, Representing the Old Town Civic Association
  • Bert Ely, Representing the Friends of the Alexandria Waterfront
  • Charlotte Hall, Representing the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce
  • Barbara Saperstone, Representing the Waterfront Place HOA
  • Nina Randolph, Resident At-Large, Robinson Terminal North Neighborhood
  • Adam Hayes, Robinson Landing
  • Casey Frazier, Old Dominion Boat Club

Note: Active membership will change based on development project construction status.


Meetings & Materials

Unless otherwise posted, Monitoring Group meetings are held the first Monday of each month from  5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Sister Cities Conference Room, City Hall, 301 King St. 

Archived Meeting Information

  • January 22, 2018
  • February - No Meeting
  • March 5, 2018
  • April 2, 2018
  • May 7, 2018
  • June 4, 2018

City Contact: Pete Mensinger, Code Administration, 703.746.4210

Waterfront Construction Living Timeline

Archived Timelines


Private Development Project Updates

Indigo Hotel (Carr)

PROJECT COMPLETE - Section will not be updated 
Periodic updates and "look ahead schedules" will continue to be provided, and additional information and resources are available on the City's website.  Please forward this email to any neighbors not on this list and encourage them to send their email addresses to info@carrcc.com in order to be included in future emails. If you do not wish to be included in future emails, please reply to this email with "UNSUBSCRIBE" and we will remove you from the list.

Old Dominion Boat Club (ODBC)

PROJECT COMPLETE

Robinson Terminal South (RTS)

Robinson Terminal North (RTN)


Public Development Updates


How to Lodge a Noise Complaint

The Department of Transportation and Environmental Services, through its Office of Environmental Quality (OEQ) administers and enforces the provisions of the Noise Code. The Police DepartmentCode Administration, and Construction & Inspection Division are also responsible for enforcing the Noise Code. 

  • OEQ answers complaints during regular business hours. To lodge a complaint with OEQ, visit Call.Click.Connect. or call 703.746.4065. 
  • Code Administration enforces the construction, construction devices and power equipment provisions of the Noise Code. To lodge a complaint, visit Call.Click.Connect. or call 703.746.4200. 
  • The Police Department has a non-emergency phone number for complaints after regular business hours (after 5 pm on weekdays, during weekends, and Holidays when City Hall is closed). To lodge a complaint, please call 703.746.4444. 

When lodging a complaint, please remember to include:

  1. Provide a description of the noise your experiencing;
  2. Provide your contact information if you would like a return call;
  3. Provide the location of your complaint;
  4. Providfe the time, date, and duration of the complaint; and
  5. Provide any additional information that will assist the staff with resolving the issue.

Sec. 11-5-12 describes the civic and criminal penalties that may be imposed by DEQ for noise violations. DEQ makes every effort to work with individuals to resolve noise issues before resorting to punitive measures. 


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