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Bike & Roll Safety Day

Are you looking for safe streets to walk and bike on in Prince George's County? We're excited to partner with The Capital Market for their second annual community bike and roll safety day at Creative Suitland.

Capitol Heights Metro Station Area Walking Tour

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Latest Happenings


RSVP: Culmore Pedestrian Safety Rally & Public Meeting

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Join CSG and CASA for a rally, followed by the meeting, to demand urgent action to make Route 7 safer for the residents of Culmore and everyone who travels the road.
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Important public meeting and rally for safer streets in Baileys Crossroads

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CSG and CASA’s joint efforts have prompted an important public meeting next week! VDOT, in collaboration with Fairfax DOT and Supervisor Penny Gross, will hold a meeting to hear community requests for potential safety improvements for Route 7 in the Culmore neighborhood of Bailey’s Crossroads. 
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Exciting news for Chevy Chase DC!

Exciting news for Chevy Chase DC!

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Thanks to all those who took action and voiced support for creating a more inclusive, diverse, sustainable, and vibrant Chevy Chase DC. On July 12th, the DC Council voted unanimously to adopt the Chevy Chase Small Area Plan.
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Do you want to build an accessory apartment? We’ll help you talk to an architect!

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Have you been thinking about building an accessory apartment in your home or backyard? If so, take the next step and talk to a professional who knows a lot about how these projects are designed and built. Fill out this form to connect you with an experienced architect, Ileana Schinder, to discuss an
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ACTION ALERT: Route 7 at Culmore Pedestrian Safety Meeting

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The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), in collaboration with the Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) and the Office of Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross, will host a community meeting to discuss pedestrian safety and present potential solutions along Route 7/Leesburg Pike in the Culmore community. Residents and members of
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