The Edgewood Civic Association's boundaries cover the north beginning at North Capital Street and Michigan Avenue to 9th Street. On the east by the westbound tracks of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to New York Avenue, NE; thence along Florida Avenue, NE to North Capital Street to Michigan Avenue, NE. All of the communities are daily changing before our eyes. If you live in the civic association boundaries you live in an area full of rich history. Click here to explore more about the boundaries.
The Edgewood Civic Association consist of a Board of Directors (elected officials) who are a committed group of stakeholders, whose mission is to build and sustain a diverse community based upon its three principals: To Enhance, to educate and to advocate on behalf of all ciitizens who live, work, and are educated or worship within the Edgewood-Eckington communities boundaries.
Monday, September 23, 2019
Edgewood Commons at the View
635 Edgewood Street, N.E., WDC 20002
Crawford Hall, 9th Floor
Metropolitan Police Department- Public Safety Report
Matthew Baily, MRP - Bryant Street Project Update
Wendy Pohlhaus, U.S. Attorney's Office - 2nd Chance Amendment Act of 2019
Ed Buttarazzi, Director of Construction - 410 Rhode Island Ave NE (Old Suntrust Bank Building)
Edgewood Rec Center Update
News & Publications
Edgewood Recreation Center Construction Update
Proposal letter for Halfway house in Edgewood.
To enhance the quality of life by educating the members of the community concerning city wide programs such as housing, urban renewal, and public works by empowering all members of the community by involving them in the revitalization of all the neighborhoods within the Edgewood Civic Association boundaries and to design programs for the youth to energize and involve them in civic duties and responsibilities.