Joint ANC Town Hall on DDOT’s Dockless Bike Program

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July 26 is Ward 2 Nats Night!

Join Councilmember Evans and your fellow Ward 2 neighbors for a great night of league leading Nats baseball at Nationals Park!

Ward 2 Night at Nationals Park
Wednesday, July  26th at 7:05pm 
Washington Nationals vs. Milwaukee Brewers 

If you would like complimentary tickets for the game please email your name, address, and phone number to Sarina Loy in Councilmember Evans’ office at

There is a 2 ticket limit per resident and tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis to Ward 2 residents only.

Tickets can be picked up at 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 106, next week on Monday, July 24th or Tuesday, July 25th from  10am-4pm. All tickets must be picked up by Tuesday, July 25.

Go Nats!

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Commercial trash compactor grants now available

Grants up to $13,500 now available to help D.C. businesses purchase or lease commercial waste compactors

The DC Commercial Waste Compactor Grants Program provides eligible District businesses with grants up to $13,500 for the purchase or lease of a commercial waste compactor to collect and compost bulk trash, waste and recyclables. Individual and multiple business applications will be accepted on a rolling basis starting on Friday, June 30, 2017 and ending at 2:00 p.m. PST on Friday, September 8, 2017.

Learn more about this program and start your application at:

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TOMORROW: Ward 2 Rodent Control Meeting with DOH


Attention: Business Owners, Property Managers, Community Members

The Department of Health (DOH) drafted a plan, entitled the “Community Hygiene Program” to reduce rodent activity and to enhance the community in an area of 1400 block of P Street NW, Ward 2. The plan includes an initial meeting, investigation, recommendations, inspections, outreach education, baiting and enforcement. DOH staff from the Food Safety, Rodent and Vector Control will partner with business owners, property managers and community members to implement the plan.

DOH will be available to discuss the “Community Hygiene Program”, including objectives and timelines.  DOH will conduct training for business owners and managers on rodent exclusion and proper sanitation.  Please join DOH in the efforts to reduce rodent activity in Ward 2.

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CDC Consideration of Dacha Beer Garden HPRB & DDOT Applications Postponed

The ANC 2F Community Development Committee’s (CDC) consideration of the separate HPRB and DDOT public space applications for Dacha Beer Garden (1740 14th Street, NW) has been postponed to the July 26 CDC meeting, per the Applicant’s request.

View the updated June 28 CDC agenda here.

RELATED: ANC 2F’s formal protest of Dacha Beer Garden’s Class “C” Tavern license was received and filed by ABRA. The ABRA roll call hearing for Dacha’s application is scheduled for July 10 at 10:00am.

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Two Openings with the Logan Circle Community Association (LCCA) 

Recording Secretary

Are you detail-oriented, super organized and great with people?  Do you have strong administrative skills? LCCA is seeking a qualified candidate to volunteer to serve as Recording Secretary of the Board of Advisors. This seat on the LCCA board is being vacated by an active and committed long-term board member who is leaving the area — and leaving an enormous void.  The Recording Secretary replacement would be appointed by the LCCA President and serve out the balance of the term, which ends December 2017.  The appointee would then be eligible to run for a 3-year term as Recording Secretary — or for any other seat up for election at that time.

LCCA is the civic association for the Logan Circle area. Filling this seat would be a great way to serve your community and get a peek at the inside workings of LCCA.  Serve now and decide later if you would like to make a larger, longer-term commitment. Must live within LCCA boundaries.

If you are interested in learning more, please go to and contact LCCA President at

2017 LCCA Holiday House Tour Chair

Are you an experienced event planner, great with people and looking for a way to use your skillset to help your community?

LCCA needs a volunteer to Chair the Logan Circle 2017 Holiday House Tour. This is LCCA’s only fundraiser to support our exciting and ambitious community-building agenda and you can help make it happen.

Chairing does not sound like your thing but you have a lovely home … View more and you would be proud to show it off to help the community? The house tour needs homeowners to put their properties on the tour.

For more information, please contact LCCA President at

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Neighborhood Crime Meeting: May 3 @ 6:15pm (Before ANC 2F Meeting)

The Logan Circle Community Association and Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2F invite you to attend the

Logan Circle
Comprehensive Neighborhood
Crime Meeting


With Councilmember Jack Evans, Acting Chief of Police Peter Newsham, and members of the Metropolitan Police Department

May 3, 2017 from 6:15pm-7:15pm

National City Christian Church
5 Thomas Circle, NW

(enter through the 14th St, NW courtyard)

This meeting will take place immediately
before the ANC 2F May 3 regular monthly meeting.

This community meeting is being co-organized by Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2F and the Logan Circle Community Association. For more information visit and

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TOMORROW: Community Meeting with Councilmember Jack Evans

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Inauguration Weekend Parking Restrictions and Road Closures

The 58th Presidential Inauguration is expected to impact travel significantly and increase congestion across the nation’s capital. Following is information about the impact to ANC 2F and beyond.

Impact to ANC 2F
Street closures:
The below listed street closures are in effect for the perimeter surrounding the Washington Convention Center beginning on Friday, January 20 at 10 am until the events conclude at approximately 11 pm:

  • 7th Street, NW (from O St, NW to Massachusetts Ave, NW)
  • 9th Street, NW (from O St, NW to New York Ave, NW)
  • New York Ave, NW (from 6th St, NW to 10th St, NW)
  • Massachusetts Ave, NW (from 6th St, NW to 10th St, NW)
  • K Street, NW (from 6th St, NW to 10th St, NW)
  • Mt. Vernon Pl, NW (from 7th St, NW to 9th St, NW)
  • L St, NW (from 7th St, NW to 9th St, NW)
  • M St, NW (from 7th St, NW to 9th St, NW)
  • N St, NW (from 7th St, NW to 9th St, NW)
  • 8th St, NW (from O St, NW to N St, NW)
  • McCullough Ter, NW (N St, NW to M St, NW)
  • Public Alley between 9th St, NW and 8th St, NW (from O St, NW to N St, NW)

Vehicle restrictions:
Vehicle traffic restricted to residents or businesses within the restricted area. Parking restrictions (posted Emergency No Parking with ticketing and towing enforcement) begin at 6 am on Thursday, January 19, and end at 9 am on Sunday, January 22:

  • L St NW from 6th St NW to 7th St NW
  • L St NW from 9th St NW to 10th St NW
  • M St NW from 6th St NW to 7th St NW
  • M St NW from 9th St NW to 10th St NW
  • N St NW from 6th St NW to 7th St NW
  • N St NW from 9th St NW to 10th St NW
  • Blagden Alley NW from N St NW to M St NW
  • Blagden Alley NW from 9th St NW to 10th St NW
  • Shepherd Ct NW from M St NW to 10th St NW
  • Naylor Ct NW from O St NW to N St NW
  • Naylor Ct NW from 9th St NW to 10th St NW

Citywide impact

In addition to the closures associated with the inaugural ceremony and parade, there will be street closures for other events this weekend, including:

Visit for more information about bus parking, street closures, permits and licensing, and more.

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2017 Meeting Dates

The 2017 dates for the ANC 2F regular monthly meetings, the Community Development Committee (CDC) meetings, and ABRA Policy Committee (APC) meetings have been finalized.

As always, visit our website ( to verify the details for individual meetings, including any changes in date, time or location. The individual pages for the CDC and APC list Committee meeting dates, and the “Meetings” tab on our homepage lists dates for regular monthly meetings.

Meeting times: 7:00 p.m.

Meeting locations:

Meeting locations may vary and are subject to change.

Meeting agendas: draft meeting agendas are posted on our website 7 days in advance of the meeting.

> Download a one-page printable version of all 2017 meeting dates.

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