At its June 25, 2013 meeting, Alexandria City Council discussed an unsolicited proposal it received from The St. James Group to build a sports and entertainment complex on the current site of Hensley Park on Eisenhower Avenue. The “Questions and Answers” section on the City’s website describes the general proposal, and an overview of the […]
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A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM EDT. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON ALONG AND SOUTH OF A SLOW-MOVING COLD FRONT. SOME STORMS WILL BECOME SEVERE AND WILL BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WIND GUSTS AND POSSIBLY LARGE HAIL.
It’s time for the annual Carlyle TMP survey to be completed by the workers and/or residents in your Carlyle Community property. This survey collects information about commuting habits and includes Carlyle specific questions about transit options for Carlyle.
Let your voice be heard… We’re getting tons of visitors on this site searching for this very topic so here’s your chance to help shape transportation management in the Carlyle neighborhood.
SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE TO PRODUCE MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL THROUGH THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON...PRIMARILY INTERSTATE 95 AND EAST. ONE TO TWO ADDITIONAL INCHES COULD CAUSE MORE FLOODING OR FLASH FLOODING. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS THAT CONDITIONS MAY DEVELOP THAT LEAD TO FLASH FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING IS A VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION.
Each year, the Mayor delivers the State of the City Address, providing the public with information, insights, and inspiration on City accomplishments, challenges, initiatives, and other highlights. This year’s State of the City, filmed at George Washington Middle School with students from Alexandria City Public Schools, addresses the City’s quality of life, development, youth, education, transportation, and more.
View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.
A portion of an Alexandria road will remain closed through Monday afternoon as crews repair a broken water main.
The City Council on Saturday June 15 approved a beautiful new residential tower for block 19 in the Eisenhower East area just outside our Carlyle neighborhood near the old ATA building. This will be a LEED certified building that will have 30-32 affordable housing units. This will be the third Paradigm building with Meridian in the name in the Carlyle/Eisenhower East neighborhood.
On Monday, June 24, the final Community Dialogue on the plan for improving and expanding community engagement in Alexandria is set for First Baptist Church, 2932 King Street from 7-9 p.m. Community members will come together to review a draft Handbook for Civic Engagement and map an outreach network. Those unable to attend in person will be able to watch live and interact with other viewers online at the “virtual table.”
The Chinquapin Park Recreation Center will close for day-to-day operations on Monday, June 17, to facilitate facility improvements. The scope of facility improvements is highly invasive, and requires the full closure of the facility to ensure public safety, reduce costs, and shorten the improvement period. The City looks forward to re-opening an improved Chinquapin Park Recreation Center for your use in the fall.
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