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Do you have an issue that you believe our ANC can and should address? Need help finding the right DC resource? I'll do my best to help. Interested in a neighborhood briefing (Zoom for now and in person when we can)? Let me know.

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Neighborhood Events

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COVID-19 Vaccine Info

Adults 65 and over may register to get the  vaccine at vaccinate.dc.gov or can call the DC Call Center  at 1-855-363-0333, if they cannot or do not want to use the web portal.

Locate DC Resources

Need help finding the right DC government resource to meet your needs or address an issue? Click here for info. If you still need help, contact Meg.

Latest News

Check for the latest news from Meg and others about ANC developments, special meetings, neighborhood briefings and announcements of interest to our neighborhood.

Neighborhood Events

Check here for info on regularly scheduled meetings times and other events of interest in our neighborhood.  To get your event listed, use the contact form below.

Our trash and rat abatement program has launched! Help us achieve Rat Riddance.

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Streateries 101 webinar, Friday April 23 at 10AM

Streateries 101: What small businesses need to know By Matthew Holden<www.dupontcircleanc.net/wordpress/author/matthewholden/>. Published on April 15, 2021<www.dupontcircleanc.net/wordpress/2021/04/15/streateries-101-what-small-businesses-need-to-know/>....

April Newsletter

My April issue of my newsletter, The 2BO ONE, is out! You can read it here. To get your own copy of future issues click here.

Rent Relief Webinar video now available

Last week we brought you a webinar with Professor Susan Bennett on rent relief for small businesses. The video of that webinar is now posted on our Resources page. Look for it under the Webinars drop down in the Resources for Small Business section. Click here to be...

News Regarding New COVID Vaccine Registration Procedures

Mayor Bowser and DC Health Announce Path Forward for Registering for a Vaccination Appointment (WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Health, led by Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt, announced updates to the process of registering for a vaccination appointment in...

ANC Meetings:

Regular meetings are on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. In accord with the District's COVID-19 response plans, meetings will be online. Check the News section of the site for details.

Our trash and rat abatement program has launched! Help us achieve Rat Riddance.

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MEG
ROGGENSACK

ANC Commissioner for District 2B01

Representing you on the Advisory Neighborhood Commission means understanding your needs. That’s why my number-one priority is getting to know as many of you as I can and welcoming your stories and experiences. You’ve told me that these issues are priorities for our neighborhood:

Facilitate broader community engagement on our work including a shared vision for Dupont’s future.

Supporting our small businesses  and residents through this pandemic.

Identifying practical and sustainable solutions for the unhoused and those seeking affordable housing.

 Advancing DC Statehood.

Have a question or want to get involved?

Join the conversation

  • Throw out and idea or a concern. Meg values your input and would like to hear from you.
  • Keep up to date with neighborhood news and developments by signing up for our email newsletter.
  • Attend a a neighborhood briefing (learn about them by signing up for updates).
  • Volunteer to work on a neighborhood committee or project.

About our ANC

An ANC is a non-partisan, neighborhood body made up of locally elected representatives called Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners. They are a unique feature of the District’s Home Rule Charter.  The Commissioners, who serve two-year terms without pay, are elected at DC Elections in November in even-numbered years (e.g. 2016). The ANCs were established to bring government closer to the people, and to bring the people closer to government. Learn more here.

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