Agenda: Alexandria has engaged in civil civic dialogue in Alexandria for more than 20 years. We hold monthly non-partisan programs that “take a look at the issues without taking sides.” Programs are held the fourth Monday in September, October, November, January, February, March, and April. Our final program takes place the third Monday of May.
Police officers, firefighters and EMTs risk their lives to keep us safe. What is Alexandria doing for them? Should police wear body cameras? What is the future of volunteer firefighting? Come meet and ask questions to Alexandria‘s Police […]
As part of the deal that landed Amazon in Arlington, Alexandria will become the new home of Virginia Tech graduate school. How will the Innovation Campus at the current Potomac Yard movie theater reshape the city? Virginia Tech […]
Will aging seniors be forced out of Alexandria? What is the future of memory care, and how will a growing population of people with dementia live in the city? What are the challenges and opportunities for aging in […]
T.C. Williams High School has more students than it can handle, forcing School Board members to make difficult decisions about how to handle the crush of new students. In September, the Alexandria School Board voted to expand T.C. […]
Agenda Alexandria to consider the changing nature of the city’s streets and sidewalks. Alexandria adopted a Complete Streets policy back in 2011, and ever since that time, pedestrians and drivers have seen many changes. From the creation of […]