Archive | November, 2022

ANC 3/4G Public Meeting on November 28, 2022 at 7 pm via Zoom (registration required)

The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development’s Director of Strategic Initiatives, Gilles Stucker, will return to discuss the public engagement process in the redesign of the Chevy Chase Civic Core Site. The Commission will also discuss member appointments for the Maret-ECC Sports Field Project Task Force. Agenda can be found here. […]

Notification of Public Surplus Meeting for the Chevy Chase Civic Site on December 15, 2022 at Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

The Commission received an email notification on November 15, 2022 from the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) regarding a Public Surplus Hearing for the Chevy Chase Civic Site, located at 5601 and 5625 Connecticut Avenue NW, which is located in Ward 3, ANC 3/4G-05. The purpose of this hearing […]

ANC 3/4G Seeking Resident Participation in Sports Field Project Task (register your interest by Nov 26th)

Background: Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3/4G is seeking expressions of interest from residents to participate in the Commission’s on-going role related to the development of a sports field on the property of the Episcopal Center for Children (ECC) at Utah and Nebraska Avenues NW. ECC has agreed to lease the property to the Maret School of […]

Notification from the National Park Service on the Upper Portion of Beach Drive

Upper Beach Drive will remain closed to vehicles year-round  Release Date: November 2, 2022  Contact: Chelsea Sullivan, Chelsea_Sullivan@nps.gov, 202-619-7177  WASHINGTON—After careful consideration, the National Park Service (NPS) has decided to keep the upper portion of Beach Drive closed to motorized vehicles year-round. This decision will allow visitors to enjoy the park’s recreation and nature opportunities 365 days a year.  In […]