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Attend Public Meeting on Restoration of Anacostia

The Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) will hold its first public meeting about the DC Anacostia River Corridor Restoration Plan on Thursday, September...

Preparing Your Roof for Winter

Harsh winter weather in DC may seem long ago, but for those living in Capitol Hill in 2010 the multiple blizzards of that winter...

Five Things to Know About Maintaining A Hill Home

One of the great things about buying a home on the Hill is that most of them are more than 100 years old. Each...

DC Opens Spray Parks Early for Hot Weekend Ahead

There are some hot days ahead!! With temperatures expected to reach the mid-90s this weekend, the DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) is...

Blue Plains – Working For Us All

Along the Potomac, virtually in the back yard of Anacostia, is Blue Plains, a remarkable place that we are so lucky to have.  Blue...

Preservation Café Looks at History of District’s Buried Streams

Like many modern cities, Washington, D.C. was once home to a vast network of streams, tributaries, and swimming holes which boasted evocative names like...

Free Events Introduce Residents to Urban Fishing

Would you like to go fishing but don’t know where to go or what equipment you need? The District's Fisheries & Wildlife staff can help...

Utility Bill Help From #Here2HelpDC

Have you checked your utility bills lately? With the “away” settings on thermostats collecting virtual dust, home internet routers working overtime, our electricity, water,...
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