Community Links

Government of the District of Columbia

John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004  (Here you can find links to popular online city services, featured sites and important links like: conducting DMV renewals, finding DC government agencies, paying parking tickets, filing your taxes online, finding a DC government job, finding individual income tax forms, locating a towed vehicle, visiting the PDA center, requesting city services, searching for unclaimed property.)

District City Council

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E

3265 S Street NW
Washington DC 20007

Ward 2 Council Member Jack Evans

Washington Metropolitan Police Department

District of Columbia Public Library

DC Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs

801 N. Capitol St. NE, 3rd Floor
Washington DC 20001

Old Georgetown Board/Commission of Fine Arts (OGB/CFA)

401 F Street NW, Suite 312
Washington DC 20001-2728

DC Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB)

DC Office of Planning
801 N. Capitol St. NE, 3rd Floor
Washington DC 20001

DC Permit Processing Center

941 N. Capitol St NE, Room 2300
Washington DC 20001

DC Boad of Zoning Adjustment (BZA)

441 4th St NW, Room 2100
Washington DC 20001

DC Preservation League

401 F Street NW, Room 324
Washington DC 20001

District of Columbia Office of Planning

801 N. Capitol Street NW, Suite 4000
Washington DC 20001

Georgetown Business Improvement District

Georgetown Business Association

Georgetown University Events

Georgetown Ministry Center

Georgetown Village

Department of Public Works

Department of Transportation

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Clean City Initiative

DC Public Schools

Info on child safety seats, bike helmets, traffic safety, etc. from the Metropolitan Police Department,a,1237,Q,542013,mpdcNav_GID,1523,mpdcNav,|,.asp

Federal City Council-sponsored project to improve the District

Activity Calendar for People with Disabilities


e-zine and e-newsletter about DC issues, with an extensive list of websites of interest to District residents

Cultural Tourism DC

Rose Park

Other Local Citizen Associations

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