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 […]


September 24, 2018 | Reserve a Spot» What exactly is affordable housing? How much of it exists, and how much of it is gone? How does the city’s affordable housing trust fund work, and where does the money go? […]
February 25, 2019 The Howard Hughes Corporation has big plans for a redeveloped Landmark Mall, which will be an open-air mixed-use community with retail, residential and entertainment. What: Agenda Alexandria: Whither Landmark? Where: Hermitage, 5000 Fairbanks Ave, Alexandria VA 22311 […]
May 20, 2019 You’ve seen these things all over Alexandria. In the past few weeks, it seems like scooters are everywhere. City Council approved a nine-month pilot program late last year, but the spring weather is now creating […]
October 23, 2017 Half a century ago, entire blocks of King Street were demolished and replaced with modern buildings. What’s the legacy of urban renewal, and how does it influence today’s approach to preserving history and developing the […]
October 24, 2016 What are the impacts of Small Area Plans? What would your Alexandria neighborhood be without one? City planners and concerned citizens discuss how Alexandria grows and still stays “Alexandria.” Alexandria expends considerable taxpayer dollars as […]
NSF HQ with Metro passing by in Alexandria
April 24, 2017 Photo courtesy: National Science Foundation The National Science Foundation (NSF) is coming to town.  What does the NSF need and desire from the City for it to succeed?  What tax breaks were given to attract […]