Help Us Determine What Public Amenities are Needed in Our CommunityTake part in this short community development planning survey for the greenspace located at the SW corner of the intersection of...
News & Information
Find what is happening in the Lamond-Riggs community and around our District home. The News & Information area will feature current events, security reports, construction and building project alerts, and other information that is most important to you as a Lamond-Riggs resident.
The Lamond-Riggs Citizens Association (LRCA) in conjunction with the North Michigan Park Civic Association (NMPCA) will be hosting two candidate forums in time for the upcoming District election races in June, 2022.
DC Public Library is committed to updating our Naming Policy for DC Public Library Spaces and Programs. Our goal is to provide various ways to receive input from stakeholders. As such, we invite District residents to participate by completing the survey below by Apr. 30 and/or participate in any of the other input opportunities.
Updates for March 14—March 19, 2022
Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the DC Department of Human Resources (DCHR) are encouraging residents to register for the District’s largest ever virtual hiring fair, “New Year, New Career.” The hiring fair will take place over two days, on Wednesday, March 16 and Thursday, March 17, from 10 am to 6 pm each day.
The Northeast Library celebrates its 90th Birthday on Friday, Mar. 11! The Northeast Library is the fourth oldest DC Public Library still in operation today. Designed by Albert L. Harris, DC’s Municipal Architect at the time, the two-story Georgian Revival-style brick library has been an integral part of the Capitol Hill community since.
March 7, 2022 Updates for March 7—March 14, 2022 Work will take place from 7AM - 4PM unless special permits allow otherwise. 4th Street NE will remain closed to non-construction related traffic and...
The following update was provided by Ms. Jaspreet Pahwa, DCPL Director, Capital Planning and Construction.
The much awaited Sanitary-Sewer tie-in work required to occur outside the construction fence is scheduled for Thursday March 3, 2022. The tie-in point is under the sidewalk on South Dakota Ave.
Shared Roots encourages District residents to grow food by connecting them to new food-growing opportunities while caring for and building community in the garden.
Thank-you for coordinating a Helping Hand Neighborhood Clean-Up. This program is used in collaboration between District Government and Neighboring Communities. These instructions provide general guidelines about the Helping Hand Program, and information required to complete the application process.