Mark Your Calendar for Saturday, April 27, to Help Plan Our Community’s Future

MidCity Plan
Mid City East Initiative
Kick-Off Meeting and Open House
The Office of Planning (OP) and District Department of Transportation (DDOT) invite you to the first public meeting for the Mid City East Initiative to create a Small Area Plan and Livability Study for the neighborhoods of LeDroit Park, Bloomingdale, Eckington, Truxton Circle, Bates-Hanover and Sursum Corda.
They would like to get to know our residents and stakeholders and what is important to you!  They promise fun, informative and meaningful for all ages!
Meeting Location:
Community Academy
Public Charter School Auditorium
Topics Include:
Transportation & Environment
Housing & Redevelopment
Historic Resources
Commercial Revitalization
Parks & Open Space
If you require special accommodations to fully participate in this meeting, please call Joyce Tsepas at 202-535-1556 or email
As part of the kick-off, also join us for neighborhood walks or bike rides with the planning team!
Show us your neighborhood from your point of view!
Eckington Neighborhood
Meet at Sidewalk in front of McKinley Technical High School
Summit Place and T Street NE
4:30pm BIKE or WALK (April 26th)
Eckington Neighborhood
Meet at Capital Bikeshare station
Q Street NE and Eckington Place
Bring your own bike or rental available
Bloomingdale & Eckington Neighborhoods
Meet at southbound Bryant Street bus stop (route 80)
North Capitol and Bryant Street (NW corner)
6:30pm BIKE or WALK (April 26th)
Bloomingdale, LeDroit Park & Truxton Circle Neighborhoods
Meet outside Windows Cafe
First and Rhode Island Avenue NW
Bates-Hanover & Truxton Circle Neighborhoods
Meet at Catania Bakery
Near North Capitol and O Street NW
Bates-Hanover, Truxton Circle & Sursum Corda Neighborhoods
Meet at 1st and P Street NW
For more information about the Mid City East Initiative visit
Deborah L. Crain Kemp, CPM
Neighborhood Planner, Ward 5
DC Office of Planning
Suite E650
Visit the DC Office of Planning on Facebook and on Twitter @OPinDC