Haunted Garden Meet and Greet @ Kingman Park Rosedale Community Garden.
Sunday, October 27, 2013 from 3pm-5pm
Family, Neighbor and Pet Friendly Event!
Join the fun…….Moon Bounce, Games; Build a Scarecrow, Best Costume, and Light Refreshments will be served!
Come dressed in your Halloween Best!
Also, Councilmembers and Candidates running for election have been invited to attend.
If you would like to volunteer or make a donation, please feel free to contact Lisa White (202) 706-4713 or Bob Coomber (202) 689-9377.
This event is sponsored by Kingman Park Rosedale Community Garden, KPR MOMS, Friends of Kingman Park ANC –SMD7D01 and YOU!
HAPPY 100TH BIRTHDAY TO FLORENCE GARNER!
Wishing Many More!
The Kingman Park Community
Department of Transportation
DDOT Celebrates Completion of Local 11th Street Bridge on September 7
Community Invited for Afternoon of Music, Food
and Fun for the Entire Family
(Washington D.C.) The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) cordially invites to the 11thStreet Local Bridge Community Celebration and Bridge Dedication on September 7, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Come join city officials, community leaders and businesses from Anacostia and Capitol Hill on the 11th Street Local Bridge for family- friendly activities, music and food. Additionally, officials will dedicate a plaque naming the new Local 11th Street Bridge as the “11th Street, Officer Kevin J. Welsh Memorial Bridge.”
The 11th Street Local Bridge will be transformed into a family-friendly venue featuring a main stage for entertainment, a variety of local food trucks and speakers from various District agencies. Attendees can visit table top booths to get more information about DDOT’s programs and initiatives as well as other District agencies at the “Information Lane.” Photo opportunities will be available from the local bridge’s scenic overlooks, which offer tranquil views of the Anacostia River and Nationals Park.
Transportation and Parking Accommodations
Free transportation to and from the event will be provided by DC Circulator buses. ADA-compliant shuttle buses will be provided to transport people with disabilities from the entrance points to the bridge to various locations along the bridge.
Be Safe and Have Fun!
Lisa White, ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01
Kingman Park Community,
This summer was a great one! Kingman Park crime stats were low and life was good this summer. Now that school has started and the community meetings will start again next month.
It is time to get back in gear. What type of changes, activities and events would you like to see in the community? What can you do to make Kingman Park a better place?
Do your part to make the Kingman Park Community atmosphere a little better. Get to know your neighbors. Smile at people. Wave your hand and say hello. Lend a helping hand. You can change things for the better in Kingman Park Community.
Getting Back in Gear to Work,
Lisa White, ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01 Kingman Park
26th Street N.E. Between Benning Road & Spingarn High School
To Be Closed For Two Months Beginning Tuesday, Sept 3rd
The DC Streetcar construction team will close 26th Street N.E. from Benning Road north to the construction entrance south of the now-closed Spingarn High School on Tuesday, September 3rd, for approximately two months. This is to allow the contractor to install two streetcar track switches in the westbound lanes of Benning Road on either side of 26th Street.
In advance of the closure, variable message boards will be placed near 26th Street and Benning Road to notify the public. Due to the closure, motorists will be unable to turn north on 26th Street from Benning Road to reach Langston Golf Course, the Phelps Architecture, Construction & Engineering High School, or the Browne Education Campus. Southbound 26th Street traffic between the construction entrance and Benning Road will be entirely blocked.
Westbound Benning Road traffic will be reduced to one lane from the Metrorail Overpass to 21st Street. Eastbound Benning Road traffic will be one lane from 21st Street to 26th Street, at which point two-lane traffic will be restored.
The construction team has worked closely with the principals of Phelps High and Browne Education Campus, DC Public Schools transportation officials, Metrobus officials, and the Langston Golf Course manager to develop the following detour plans:
To reach Phelps High and Browne Education Campus: Benning Road motorists may turn north on 17th Street, east on Maryland Avenue, south on 22nd Street which becomes I Street. Follow I Street for one block, then turn south on 26th Street. Follow 26th to the Browne Education Campus. From 26th, turn west on H Street, and follow H Street to the Phelps ACE High School entrance.
MOTORISTS: PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR STUDENTS CROSSING I STREET FROM 7:45-8:30 AM & 3:15-3:35 PM.
School-related Metrobus changes: Phelps and Browne schools are served by four daily Metrobus trips — one in the morning, and three in the afternoon.
- The morning S41 (Rhode Island Avenue Station-Phelps HS) will drop off students on Benning Road, eastbound, at Oklahoma Avenue near the gas station. It will skip the stops on Maryland Avenue.
- The afternoon S41 (Phelps HS- Rhode Island Avenue Station) will pick up students on Benning Road, westbound, at 26th Street near the golf course.
- The afternoon X2 school trip (Phelps HS-Lafayette Square) will pick up students on Benning Road, westbound, at 26th Street near the golf course.
- The afternoon X2 school trip (Phelps HS-Minnesota Avenue Station) will pick up students on Benning Road, eastbound, at Oklahoma Avenue near the gas station.
To reach the Langston Golf Course – Benning Road motorists have two options:
- Turn north from Benning Road into the golf course driving-range entrance which is just east of the Metrorail Overpass. Golf course management will provide shuttle-bus service from the driving-range parking lot to the Clubhouse at 26th Street.
- Turn north from Benning Road onto 17th Street, turn east onto Maryland Avenue, then south on 22nd Street which becomes I Street. Follow I Street for one block, then turn south on 26th Street, and proceed to the golf course entrance.
- Pedestrians may cross Benning Road at Oklahoma Avenue, but may not cross Benning at 26th Street. Pedestrians may walk north from Benning along 26th Street to reach Phelps High School, the Browne Education Campus, and the Langston Golf Course.
Thank you for your patience.
We encourage you to contact us at any time to share concerns or request more information. Please direct inquiries to: Margaret Gentry, 202.320.8534 or email@example.com. For DC Streetcar details, please go to dcstreetcar.com. This notice is posted online at dcstreetcar.com/construction/hbenning-construction/detailed-construction-updates
(Washington, DC) The DC Department of Public Works invites the public to attend DC’s annual free, citywide “Truck Touch” Saturday, June 15, 2013, from 9 am to 2 pm at RFK Stadium, Lot 7. DC government agencies will demonstrate and explain the vehicles used to clean and repair streets, change traffic lights, fix potholes, clear snow, provide emergency services and more. Mayor Vincent Gray’s official summer kick-off event will take place in the adjacent Lot 6 and will offer activities for kids of all ages as well as family services and information from 9 am until 5 pm.
This is the city’s sixth Truck Touch, which is coordinated annually by the DC Department of Public Works. The event will feature vehicles from all DC government agencies that provide infrastructure support and emergency and medical services. Agencies that provide direct services also will be on hand to offer information and a wide variety of mobile services from health screenings to voter registration information. Families can enjoy live music, skating, hoop contests, Segway rides, electric and hybrid vehicle test drives and much, much more.
What: Sixth Annual City-Wide Truck Touch and Summer Kick Off Event
When: Saturday, June 15, 2013, 9 am – 5 pm (Truck Touch portion ends at 2pm)
Where: RFK Stadium, Lot 6 & 7; 2400 East Capitol Street, NE
Free Food: Hot dogs, Popcorn and Sno Cones for attendees!