On June 24, the City will hold the fourth and final Community Dialogue in the What’s Next Alexandria planning process from 7 to 9 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 2932 King Street. Participants will review the draft elements of the Civic Engagement Handbook and work collaboratively to develop a communications and outreach infrastructure to guide future participation in public decision-making processes in the City. The draft elements of the Civic Engagement Handbook will be posted for community review on the What’s Next Alexandria website in advance of the June 24 meeting, with opportunity for comment continuing through part of the summer, and in advance of City Council review in the fall.
What’s Next Alexandria is a City initiative to collaborate with the community on improving and expanding public participation in City decision-making processes.
Childcare and simultaneous Spanish translation will be provided. If you cannot attend the meeting in person, the City will offer the opportunity to participate online in real time via a “Virtual Table.” For more information about the meeting and the virtual table, call 703.746.3855 or visit alexandriava.gov/WhatsNext.
Transportation options to the event include DASH bus AT-5 and AT-6 or Metrobus 28A, which stops at T.C. Williams High School. Check schedules at www.wmata.com and www.dashbus.com. On-site parking is available, but rides and carpooling are encouraged. For assistance with rides and carpooling, call 703.746.3855.
The City of Alexandria is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended. To request a reasonable accommodation, e-mail Graciela Moreno at Graciela.Moreno@alexandriava.gov or call 703.746.4666, Virginia Relay 711