Treat and Meet – Update

Unfortunately, due to the now 100% chance of rain predicted for Friday Oct 29, the Treat and Meet at Cathedral Commons sponsored by Giant Foods in cooperation with the Cleveland Park Citizens Association has been cancelled.  Instead, another holiday event  for the community will be planned for early December.

The CPCA would like to thank the many vendors, including CVS, Matchbox, Cactus Cantina, Barcelona, Silver Diner, Allure Spa and Proper Topper for their generous support.


Invitation to Celebrate Our Community
When: Friday, October 29th, 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Where: In front of the Giant on 3336 Wisconsin St. N.W.

Fall festival at Cathedral Commons

Giant Foods in cooperation with the Cleveland Park Citizens Association invite you for an evening of fun with live music, plenty of food and good company at an outdoor family get together.  Please join us to celebrate Halloween and support our wonderful neighborhood.  

Mask up!  Prizes for best masks in all age groups.  

Co-sponsored by the Cleveland Park Citizens Association and Giant Foods

Thank you to our participating vendors!  
Matchbox, CVS, Cactus Cantina, Barcelona, Allure Spa, Silver Diner, Proper Topper

Virtual Town Hall September 30th


SAVE THE DATE!
The Cleveland Park Citizens Association will hold a VIRTUAL TOWN HALL on Thursday, September 30th at 7:30-9:00 pm.

Join the conversation. Share your vision, interests and concerns with your Cleveland Park neighbors.

Prior to the open forum, participants will hear from Phil Thomas, President of the DC Federation of Citizens Associations, about pending issues of citywide concern and meet Briget Heidmous of Femme Fatale DC, who will talk about their experiences and expectations as newcomers to the CP neighborhood.

Recording: A recording of the meeting can be seen here

CPCA Annual Meeting June 17th

Member meeting to start at 6:45, followed by a public meeting where we welcome members of our community to join us in hearing from Councilmember Cheh to discuss things that have been happening this year of interest to the neighborhood and CPCA with which she has been involved, including –
– The Comprehensive Plan amendment process,
– Engagement with DDOT on the Connecticut Avenue traffic study,
– Hearst Park renovations, and more. 
Come hear her updates and perspectives and ask questions.


Member Meeting 6:45 pm
Meeting open to the public to hear from CM Cheh 7:15pm

Recording: You can listen to CM Cheh’s remarks from the meeting here


Going Solar in Cleveland Park: What you need to know

CPCA Meeting via Zoom, Thursday, May 20 at 7:30 pm

Recording: A recording of the meeting can be seen here 

Learn how you can participate in DC’s ambitious efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions citywide by embracing the use of solar energy. It’s easier than ever!

Steven Callcott, Deputy Director of the Historic Preservation Review Board, will discuss the HPRB’s recent reversal to allow for the installation of solar panels on the front facing roofs of homes in DC’s historic districts and, along with local architect Phil Eagleburger, will explain what this means for homeowners in Cleveland Park. 

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