Parking in Georgetown and Burleith - Community Meeting
Tuesday, May 28 at 6:30 p.m.
St. John's Church meeting room, 3204 O Street NW
Please come and contribute your views to a community meeting with the D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) and neighborhood organizations on parking in Georgetown and Burleith.
This will be the second community parking meeting, following an earlier meeting in January. DDOT's parking staff will give an overview and, based on earlier community discussion and available DDOT tools, further community input will be invited on the parking situations, issues and priorities of all involved. This is a meeting for DDOT to listen to the community.
The next concert in CAG's 2013 Concerts in the Park program is on June 16th - Father's Day Reggae Fest in Volta Park. Join us also the following week on June 23rd for the Rockin' Green concert with Rebecca McCabe which was cancelled on May 19th because of weather and rescheduled for June 23rd.
Next CAG Meeting - Wednesday, May 29th
Mayor Gray and Councilmember Jack Evans will be
the featured speakers at CAG’s annual awards and
elections meeting on Wednesday, May 29. They
will present CAG’s prestigious awards to outstanding community
leaders. The reception and meeting will be hosted by
historic Dumbarton House at 2715 Q Street. Read more >>
May President's Letter
A message from CAG President, Jennifer Altemus
Wow, it is strange to
think this is my last
president’s letter. The
last four years have been amazing.
I am eternally grateful to the
entire community for giving me... Read more >
The mission of the Citizens Association of Georgetown is to preserve the historic character,
to develop the aesthetic values of Georgetown as a place in which the Nation's Capital was planned,
to help protect the interests of the residents and homeowners, and to assist in making it a pleasant place in which to live.
The Citizens Association of Georgetown has, in one form or another, been representing the interests of Georgetown residents in local affairs for more than a century. The organization traces its roots to 1878, when the Georgetown Citizens Association was established as the District of Columbia's first civic group. Read more here...
We have a very engaged Board of Directors and active Committees working on historic preservation and zoning,
Alcoholic Beverage Control issues, public safety, beautification, Concerts in the Parks, the CAG Fall Gala,
traffic, parking, utilities, and more. CAG also sponsors a Public Safety Program that places private security guards on
patrol in our neighborhood to deter crime.
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