NoMA Farmers Market

The NoMa Farmers Market, organized by the NoMa BID and Metro Green Markets, continues today at 1200 First Street, NE, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The market runs every Wednesday through October 26th, and offers locally-grown produce, baked goods, dairy and meats, as well as prepared items like sauces and salsas. Get the first… More NoMA Farmers Market

City Council to Hear Community Testimony on Police Service Area Realignment

Geovani A. Bonilla will be testifying in support of Chief Cathy Lanier’s proposal to reduce the size of PSA 501 to focus only on the service area of Bloomingdale, BACA and Hanover Civic Association boundaries. COUNCILMEMBER PHIL MENDELSON, CHAIRPERSON COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY ANNOUNCES A PUBLIC OVERSIGHT ROUNDTABLE on The Metropolitan Police Department’s 2011 Police… More City Council to Hear Community Testimony on Police Service Area Realignment

BACA to Host Crime Watch Program – Block Captain Training Program

In Lieu of Traditional BACA meeting,  On Monday, July 11th, 5th District Metropolitan Police will be conducting a Crime Watch Program Training. The training will be opened to all 5th District Police Service Areas and hosted by BACA. Objectives will be: Provide attendees with crime prevention tips and skills Provide attendees with tools to organize… More BACA to Host Crime Watch Program – Block Captain Training Program

Inside Islam

Greetings All, Just keeping you informed. Please see the attached flier. The United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia and the Intercultural Management Institute at American University invite you to a viewing and discussion of the film: Inside Islam: What a Billion Muslims Really Think. This is a documentary film based on the… More Inside Islam

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE/E-CYCLING/SHREDDING SCHEDULED FOR SAT., JULY 2

REMINDER: NEXT HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE/E-CYCLING/SHREDDING SCHEDULED FOR SAT., JULY 2, @FT. TOTTEN TRANSFER STATION  Residents May Pickup Free Compost For Their Garden/Neighborhood Beautification Projects. The DC Department of Public Works announced today that the next monthly household hazardous waste/e-cycling/personal document shredding drop-off day is Saturday, July 2, between 8 am and 3 pm, at the… More HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE/E-CYCLING/SHREDDING SCHEDULED FOR SAT., JULY 2

Notice of Special ANC Meeting, Tuesday, July 5th at 7pm

Tuesday, July 5, 2011                                                                         The Summit 7:00pm -9:00pm                                                                                16 T Street NE                 SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING Notice & Agenda   Part I: Opening 7:00 pm Call to Order…………………..………………………………….…..Commissioner Edwards, Chairman Roll Call/Quorum.……………………………………Commissioner Youngblood, Recording Secretary Adoption of Agenda Part II: Purpose of Special Meeting  Consider Updated PUD Extension Request – 1600 North Capitol ST NW  Consider… More Notice of Special ANC Meeting, Tuesday, July 5th at 7pm

A Successful Neighborhood Event

     The Flower Power Garden Walk and Reception was a success. The Walk began atFloridaAvenueParkwith nearly 40 neighbors (including visitors fromArlington,VAand friends from Bloomingdale) taking place. Four groups of participants departed from the park and explored some beautiful gardens in the 2 mile walk.             The Reception that followed was in the beautify yard of… More A Successful Neighborhood Event