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

You you listen to CM Cheh’s remarks from last night here.
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Going Solar in Cleveland Park: What you need to know

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

If you missed Thursday’s meeting, you can watch it here
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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. 

Resources:

Meeting on Status of Connecticut Avenue Reversible Lanes Study

Tuesday, February 23, 2021 from 7-8:30pm

ANC 3C is holding a meeting to learn more about the current status of the Connecticut Ave Lane Study which considers safety improvements like adding protected bike lanes and removing the reversible lanes. District Department of Transportation will present for 45 minutes followed by 45 minutes of Q&A. 

This event is co-sponsored by CPCA with ANC 3C, Cleveland Park Smart Growth, and Woodland-Normanstone Neighborhood & Association

Zoom Linkhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/81865545376?pwd=RitITitHWFpNdDVJT3RaYXgzTzI0dz09

Zoom and other info for Tonight’s CPCA Member meeting on DC Comp Plan

Dear fellow members,
Please join us tonight, Thursday, November 5th at 6:30 to discuss the proposed amendments to the DC Comprehensive Plan.  Check your email for the Zoom link to attend.

The proposed amendments are here: https://plandc.dc.gov/ 
For your convenience below are links to the current and the proposed “future land use map” (or FLUM) and generalized policy map, which reflect the specific changes proposed for the neighborhood:

Current Maps:
Future Land Use Map
Generalized Policy Map

Proposed maps:    
https://plandc.dc.gov/page/future-land-use-map-and-generalized-policy-map

Lastly, this PDF contains the results of the member survey.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete it.  We received 74 responses, a strong rate of return, representing approximately 25% of the membership.  As explained in the survey, the goal was to get a sense for what issues are important to members; tonight we hope to drill down a bit more regarding why and how this should inform comment to the DC Council.

See you tonight.  By the way, if you have not already renewed your membership, please do.  You can renew online or print off a hard copy form to mail in at:  https://www.cpcadc.org/join-or-renew/.
Thank you as always for your support and engagement,
Barr Weiner President