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14th Street Heights Main Street ProgramProgram to revitalize the 14th Street Heights business corridor. Newsletters, membership information, events.
16th Street Historic DistrictNational Park Service description.
Advisory Neighborhood CommissionsOverview of the governmental bodies that consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods.
ANC 2DRepresenting the Sheridan-Kalorama neighborhood.
ANC 2EServes the neighborhoods of Burleith, Foxhall-MacArthur, Georgetown, and Hillandale.
ANC 2FServes Logan and Thomas Circles, Blagdon Alley, the Old City, and Franklin Square. Also represents portions of Shaw.
ANC 3BServing the Glover Park and Cathedral Heights areas.
ANC 3CServing a portion of Ward 3's population.
ANC 3DRepresents Spring Valley, Wesley Heights, Palisades, Kent, and Foxhall Crescents.
ANC 3ERepresents the neighborhoods of Tenleytown and Friendship Heights.
ANC 5CRepresents Bloomingdale, Eckington, Edgewood, Truxton Circle, and portions of Brookland and Shaw.
ANC 6DServing Southwest DC.
ANC 7BRepresents several neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River, including Hillcrest, Fort Davis, Fort Dupont, Randle-Highlands, Penn-Branch, Fairfax Village, Naylor Gardens, and part of Fairlawn.
Blagden Alley-Naylor Court Historic DistrictMiddle-class residences, churches and small apartment buildings in a variety of Victorian architectural styles dating from the 1860s to the 1890s.
Burleith Citizens AssociationResidential community of small single-family row houses which was mostly developed in the 1920s. There are 532 houses in the neighborhood, which is bounded by 35th Street on the east, Reservoir Road on the south, 39th Street on the west and Whitehaven Parkway on the north.
Crestwood Neighborhood LeagueCrestwood is bounded by 16th Street to the East, Colorado Avenue to the North, and Rock Creek Park to the West and South.
DC NeighborhoodsNeighborhood-oriented guide to restaurants, stores, entertainment, and civic organizations from Adams Morgan to Woodley Park.
East of the ParkA community site for neighborhoods east of Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC. Includes news, crime reports, and directories of neighborhood institutions, merchants and civic groups.
Edgewood Terrace OnlineCommunity web site for this apartment complex near Catholic University in Northeast DC. Includes news, activity information, and a brief history of the community, including its decline in the 1980s and 1990s and its recent rebirth.
Forest Hills Citizens AssociationMeeting notes, information on membership, and a guide to the neighborhood.
Foxhall Community Citizens AssociationRepresents residents in the historic neighborhoods of Foxhall Village, Colony Hill, Indian Rock, and Georgetown Reservoir.
Glover ParkInformation on local businesses, entertainment and community events.
Glover Park - Linking a Community in Washington, DCResources linking the Glover Park community. Categorized links and information about the site's manager.
Golden Triangle BID (Business Improvement District)Offers programs and services that benefit the downtown business area. Features news, statistics, retail and restaurant guides and publications.
H StreetProvides residents of Capitol Hill, Near Northeast, Ivy City, Trinidad and Kingman Park with a resource for learning about and helping to plan the commercial corridor that connects all of these neighborhoods.
H-Net Neighborhood InformationLinks to maps of neighborhoods based on D.C. Office of Planning clusters and Office of Tax and Revenue definitions and to other neighborhood sites.
Hillcrest Community Civic AssociationRepresents residents in Hillcrest and Penn-Branch. Site includes event calendar, neighborhood photos, public works projects, and links.
Historic NeighborhoodsDescriptions of neighborhoods by the DC Heritage Tourism Coalition.
Klingle Road -- Repair Klingle RoadProvides information and facts about the street's repair and reopening.
Life in the DistrictDiscussion forum with topics of local interest.
Marshall Heights Community Development OrganizationWorks with the community to promote and expand economic opportunities in Ward 7 and to link residents with opportunities throughout the city and region.
Massachusetts Avenue Historic DistrictIncludes buildings fronting on Massachusetts Avenue from 17th St., NW to Observatory Circle. Features a history and a listing of properties of historical significance.
NeighborhoodInfo DCStatistical data on individual neighborhoods and the city overall, including resources for community development.
North Michigan Park Civic AssociationCommunity news and information.
Penn-Branch Citizens/Civic AssociationThe boundaries of the community served by the association extend from 38th Street East to Branch Avenue West, and from Pennsylvania Avenue South to Pope Branch Park North.
Randle Highlands Citizens Civic AssociationThe purpose of the Randle Highlands Citizens' Civic Association is to establish a viable civic association for citizens in the Randle Highlands area south of Pennsylvania Avenue - encompassing the boundaries of 25th to 30th Streets, SE and Pennsylvania Avenue to Texas Avenue, SE.
Southwest, DCGuide to the community south and west of the Capitol. Features census statistics, history, maps, businesses and attractions.
Strivers Section Historic District (NPS)National Parks Service description of Strivers' Section, roughly bounded by Swann St. NW on the south; Florida Ave. NW on the north and west; and the 16th Street Historic District on the east.
The New Capitol Park Towers Tenants AssociationAnnouncements, meetings and officers.
Truxton CircleEvents calendar, daily news, history, and community resources.
Washington DC RegistryPersonal and business home page listings, chat rooms, bulletin boards, personal ads, a job placement center, classified ads and local commentary.
Washington DC: A Guide to the Historic Neighborhoods and Monuments of Our Nation's CapitalA partnership project produced by the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places, the Washington, DC State Historic Preservation Office, the Historical Society of Washington, DC, the DC Heritage Tourism Coalition, the U.S. General Services Administration, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers.
Washington Post: Neighborhood PortraitsA series of Washington Post articles, each profiling a neighborhood in the city.
Washington Post: District Ward ProfilesThe eight political wards of the District of Columbia are profiled in this 1998 Washington Post series.
Washington Post: District Neighborhoods MapMap shows the location of DC neighborhoods.
Yahoo! Groups: TenleytownPublic forum for the Tenleytown area, including Tenleytown, AU Park and Friendship Heights. Free membership required.

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