The Alexandria Health Department is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by COVID-19 coronavirus disease. Learn how you can help protect yourself and those around you.
It is dangerous and illegal for any unauthorized person to store, sell or use any fireworks — including sparklers — in Alexandria. Fireworks cause thousands of injuries and fires nationwide each year.
The City presents its newest public art installation, Wrought, Knit, Labors, Legacies, in Alexandria’s Waterfront Park (1 Prince St.). This new temporary installation is the second in the Site See: New Views in Old Town annual public art series, and will be on display through November 2020.
New traffic safety laws take effect in Virginia on July 1, as a result of legislation passed during the 2020 General Assembly Session. These new laws support and extend Alexandria’s commitment to Vision Zero, the City's initiative to end traffic-related deaths and serious injuries.
The City has received a Gold designation from the national SolSmart program for its continuing efforts to make it faster, easier and more affordable for homes and businesses to go solar.
Results of the survey will be used to guide the budget process; track progress on the City’s Strategic Plan; and provide data for performance dashboards.