March 14th – Macomb Park Spring Clean Up

Macomb Park Spring Clean Up
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For families with small children, Macomb Park and Rec Center is the center of family life in Cleveland Park — especially in the spring and summer.

Join CPCA, Cleveland Park Main Street, and your neighbors for a Spring Clean-Up at Macomb Park, as we help get this beloved neighborhood asset ready for springtime play.

Saturday, March 14, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Please bring gloves, rakes, and brooms.
Coffee and refreshments will be provided.
Families welcome!

Macomb Park and Recreation Center
3409 Macomb St NW,
Washington DC 20016

January 16th meeting rescheduled for February 18th

Come hear:
Nancy Macwood, Chair, ANC3C
Barry Weise, Legisative Director for Council Member Bonds
Christy Respress, Executive Director, Pathways to Housing DC
Come share your thoughts on what we can do to help support diversity in Cleveland Park, a central tenet of CPCA’s mission.

Tuesday, February 18th, 6:30pm at the Cleveland Park Public Library

Neighborhood Diversity & Affordable Housing: Helping DC Programs Succeed

DC Affordable HousingAvailability of affordable housing is a critical issue for metropolitan areas across the country, including here in Washington, DC. DC is pursuing various efforts to increase the amount of such housing and access to it. This event will focus on understanding these efforts and ways to help make them succeed in our neighborhood.

November 21st Meeting: Proposed Changes for Cleveland Park and Ward 3 under DC’s Comprehensive Plan

Revisions proposed by DC’s Office of Planning call for increased development in Ward 3, including to permit greater commercial and residential density along Cleveland Park’s Connecticut Avenue business corridor, and for further consideration of additional development along Wisconsin Avenue from Friendship Heights down to and within Cleveland Park. See the proposed “land use” and “generalized policy” maps: https://plandc.dc.gov/publication/proposed-future-land-use-and-generalized-policy-maps.

Come hear the Director of the DC Office of Planning, Andrew Trueblood, explain the proposals and then share your questions and thoughts with Council Member Mary Cheh and the CPCA board.

Meeting will start promptly at 6:15 at the Cleveland Park Library on Thursday, November 21st, with remarks by Director Trueblood beginning at 6:30.
DC Office of Planning

Upcoming Fall 2019 Events

October 17th, 6:30pm.  CPCA Round-Up: What’s News in the Neighborhood, On Your Mind, and on CPCA’s Agenda?

What's On Your Mind?What’s News? Come hear about the Main Streets grant for our Connecticut Avenue business strip, from Brianne Dornbush, Executive Director of the organization coordinating the effort, District Bridges

What’s on your mind? We want to hear from you! Come tell us your concerns and ideas: what would you like CPCA to help address?

What’s on CPCA’s Agenda? Come hear more about what CPCA is working on right now and upcoming activities.

Cleveland Park Public Library, 6:30pm.

October 26th, 10am – 12noon. Stop, Drop and Roll! A Visit to Our Local, Cleveland Park Fire Station for Kids of All Ages

Engine Company 28Come to Cleveland Park’s historic firehouse. Check out the trucks, talk to our friendly neighborhood firefighters, and learn about fire safety.

Souvenirs and activities for the kids. And a great chance to show our appreciation for these men and women who put themselves in danger to save us from it.

DCFD Engine Co. 28, 3522 Connecticut Avenue

November 21st, 6:30pm. Revisions to the DC Comprehensive Plan: How Could Proposed Changes Affect Cleveland Park?

DC.GOVThe Office of Planning has announced it will release the revised Plan on October 15th. Further event details to follow.

Cleveland Park Public Library, 6:30pm.

January 16th, 6:30pm. Neighborhood Diversity & Affordable Housing: Helping DC Programs Succeed

DC Affordable HousingAvailability of affordable housing is a critical issue for metropolitan areas across the country, including here in Washington, DC. DC is pursuing various efforts to increase the amount of such housing and access to it. This event will focus on understanding these efforts and ways to help make them succeed in our neighborhood. More details to follow.

Cleveland Park Public Library, 6:30pm.