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Route 1 South Housing Affordability Strategy Revised Draft Document

July 16, 2018

In January 2018, the Department of Planning and Zoning launched a community planning process for the Route 1 South Housing Affordability Strategy in partnership with the Office of Housing and the Department of Transportation and Environmental Services, and with grant support from the Virginia Housing Development Authority.

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City Of Alexandria Academy Programs Accepting Applications For Fall 2018

July 10, 2018

The City of Alexandria invites the community to learn more about City government through the upcoming City Academy, Senior Academy, Community Fire Academy, Community Police Academy, Community Sheriff’s Academy, and Community Commonwealth’s Attorney Academy.

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Alexandria City Council Raises Next Mayor, Council Salaries

June 25, 2018

The Alexandria City Council voted unanimously on Saturday to increase the salaries of the next mayor and City Council to $41,600 and $37,500 per year respectively. The current mayor earns $35,000 per year and members of City Council earn $27,500 per year.

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Alexandria Beautification Commission Launches Effort To Beautify City Medians And Public Spaces

June 25, 2018

On June 15, the Alexandria Beautification Commission saw a year's worth of planning and working with the City of Alexandria come to fruition with the installation of native and sustainable plant material in three medians at the heavily trafficked intersection of King Street, Quaker Lane and Braddock Road.

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Route 1 South Housing Affordability Strategy Community Meeting And Working Draft Document Update: June 28

June 25, 2018

In January 2018, a community planning process began for the Route 1 South Housing Affordability Strategy. Community members are invited to review, comment and/or suggest alternatives to the proposed recommendations in the working draft Strategy document released June 4. Comments are due by 5 p.m., Thursday, June 28.

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Construction Work Scheduled At Fort Ward Athletic Facility And Minnie Howard Field

June 22, 2018

The City of Alexandria’s Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities is conducting a maintenance project on the synthetic turf field at Fort Ward Athletic Facility, 4421 West Braddock Road and  Minnie Howard, 3701 West Braddock Road.

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Letter To The Community From Alexandria City Manager Mark Jinks

June 21, 2018

To the Alexandria Community – Since the 1970s, the City has worked closely with residents and businesses towards the vision of a new Potomac Yard Metro Station.  After decades of hard work, we are closer than ever to the significant transit, environmental and economic benefits the station will provide.

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Regional Outage Affects 911 Calls And Texts From Verizon Wireless Phones

June 21, 2018

Due to a regional outage, calls and texts from Verizon Wireless phones may not reach 911 centers. The problem also affects the Alexandria Police non-emergency number (703.746.4444). If you need immediate police, fire, or emergency medical assistance, please use a landline or another wireless provider to call or text 911

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Slover Retires After 30 Years

June 20, 2018

Mac Slover will retire on June 29 from the Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities after 30 years of service.

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Northern Virginia Juvenile Detention Commission Will Not Renew Federal Contract

June 20, 2018

Although the Northern Virginia Juvenile Detention Commission decided some weeks ago that they would not renew a one-year contract with the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement, the Commission announced that decision today. The decision was in no way affected by the current immigration crisis at the U.S. southern border as no contract beds were used to house children separated from their parents.

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