at PO Box 73784, Washington, 20056 United States
For nearly 20 years, the U Street Neighborhood Association (www.ustreet-dc.org) has been the most active community-based organization in the U Street Area.
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The U Street Neighborhood Association Holiday Party will be Thursday, December 18th at the 9:30 Club Back Bar. The party is 7-9 pm with happy hour specials from 7-8. Come out and meet your neighbors. The only official business will be the election of the 2015 Board.
U Street Neighborhood Association Monthly Meeting this Thursday at 7 pm. Agenda will be posted soon.
(Parcel 42 is near Logan Circle/Shaw in Ward 2) The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) is proud to announce the launch of “Our RFP,” a Mayoral Initiative that will incorporate community engagement early in the request for proposals (RFP) process. Early engagement with the community will ensure that the public’s perspective and priorities are understood in conjunction with the District’s goals when crafting and issuing the RFP for this District-owned parcel. DMPED is piloting this new process for Parcel 42, located at 7th and Rhode Island Avenue in the Shaw neighborhood. The process is intended to provide transparency throughout the RFP process as well as accountability for delivering public benefits that are committed through the Our RFP Process. A first-of –its-kind DMPED Our RFP Public Workshop will be held on Saturday, June 13th at Howard Theatre from 10:00am to 12:00pm. The District will present information regarding this new initiative as well as provide a thorough analysis of the Parcel 42 site and neighborhood and market context. DMPED will also actively solicit feedback on how to shape the future development of this site from members of the public in attendance in the form of a facilitated break-out group session. At the end of the Workshop, an online engagement forum will be launched in order to solicit additional feedback and give those who are unable to attend the meeting an opportunity to participate. A follow up community meeting will be held in late July to reconnect with the community on the feedback received through the process and how it will be incorporated in the RFP.
U Street Neighborhood Association will be holding their monthly meeting this Thursday - May 14th, at 7 pm. We will be meeting at a new location which we will be using for the rest of the year - the Thurgood Marshall Center - 1816 12th St NW. We have asked JBG to come and update us on their multiple projects in our neighborhood, we will also hear the plans from the Friends of Harrison Recreation Center for the movie series this summer. Hope to see you. Brian Card President U Street Neighborhood Association 202-455-8762