Anacostia Waterfront Community Fair on 1/26

District to Hold Anacostia Waterfront Community Fair on 1/26

District government staff, developers, public officials and nonprofit partners will be ready to discuss the status in the development and planning of highly anticipated projects including Hill East Waterfront, the Anacostia Riverwalk, Poplar Point, replacement of the 11th Street Bridges, The Yards and the replacement of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge.

The information fair will allow residents, business owners and interested parties to review, discuss, question and comment on these and other projects which are under construction and/or study.

For more information on the Anacostia Waterfront, the Community Information Fair and other ways to get involved, visit www.ddot.dc.gov.

What The District will host a community fair to provide information to residents about the billions of dollars worth of development and transportation projects underway along the Anacostia Waterfront.

When Saturday, January 26, from 1 pm to 5 pm.

Where St. Coletta of Greater Washington
1901 Independence Avenue, SE
Note: The venue is located at the Stadium Armory Metrorail Station (Blue/Orange Lines).

Who The leadership and staff of the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), District Department of Transportation (DDOT), Office of Planning (OP) and other government agencies involved in the initiative. Developers and nonprofit organizations will provide specific information on their respective projects and programs along the river.

1 comment:

Tom Aloisi said...

hey, I attended this fair, thinking few people would be interested in seeing what is going on, but I was wrong. The place was packed!