RiverRenew Stakeholder Advisory Group
At the September 22nd City Council Legislative Hearing, Resolution 21-0163 was unanimously passed, establishing a new Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) for RiverRenew. Building off the foundation from previous SAGs, this group will monitor construction progress on the Tunnel System Project, the largest infrastructure project in Alexandria's history.
The last Stakeholder Advisory Group meeting was held on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 7 PM. The meeting was held virtually and more information can be found here.
Past Information Regarding Stakeholder Advisory Group
Established through City Council Resolution No. 2850, a 13-member stakeholder advisory group (SAG) was formed to monitor the implementation of the Alexandria Renew Enterprises RiverRenew Project. This group is comprised of a diverse group of citizens representing Alexandria neighborhoods, businesses, environmental groups and other stakeholders. The stakeholder advisory group met several times in 2019 and recently restarted for the 2021 year. Please check RiverRenew for future education and outreach opportunities.
April 15, 2021 SAG Meeting
February 18, 2021 SAG Meeting
December 12, 2019 SAG Meeting
July 29, 2019 SAG Meeting
June 20, 2019 SAG Meeting
May 1, 2019 SAG Meeting
March 26, 2019 SAG Meeting
February 27, 2019 SAG Meeting
For more information about the SAG, including a description of the group membership, please visit the RiverRenew webpage.
Past Public Meetings Regarding the Combined Sewer System and the Long Term Control Plan Update
The City has been holding a number of public information meetings related to the Combined Sewer System Long Term Control Plan Update and the Combined Sewer System Permit issued by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality in August 2013. The agenda, presentation and video recording of these meetings can be found below.
April 5, 2018 - The City and AlexRenew held a public meeting to present the draft Long Term Control Plan and solicit comments and feedback.
May 20, 2017 - The City held a public information meeting to share information about how the new project deadline impacts the Combined Sewer System Long Term Control Plan Update submitted to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality in December 2016. A copy of the staff presentation and a link to the video recording of the meeting are below.
April 21, 2016 - A public meeting was held that presented the proposed framework to the community. Information related to the April 21st meeting, including the presentation, can be found below.
June 18, 2015 - A public meeting was held that explained the progress to date the City has made in developing an update to its Long Term Control Plan to comply with new regulatory requirements. Information related to this meeting, including the presentation, can be found below.
February 15, 2015 - A public meeting was held o present information related to its ongoing combined sewer system planning efforts that are required to meet new water quality regulations in order to reduce the impacts of combined sewer overflows on receiving waterways. The City is required to update its Long Term Control Plan to meet the new regulations and must submit it to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality by August 2016. The presentation, video recording, informational handout, and feedback form related to this meeting can be found below.
August 5, 2013 - A public meeting was held to present the draft CSS permit and inform residents how to provide comments on the permit to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.
- CSS Permit Informational Meeting & Public Hearing 08.05.2013 Agenda
- CSS Permit Informational Meeting & Public Hearing 08.05.2013 Presentation
- CSS Permit Information Meeting & Public Hearing 08.05.2013 Video
The City is also providing updates to City Council throughout the planning process.