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Office of Historic Alexandria Director Retires, Acting Director Named

City Manager Mark B. Jinks has announced that J. Lance Mallamo, director of the Office of Historic Alexandria (OHA), will retire effective November 30.  Deputy Director Gretchen M. Bulova will serve as acting director.

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City Tree Lighting Ceremony

Kick off the holiday season at the City’s annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Market Square on Friday, November 24, at 6 p.m. Admission is free and the event will occur rain or shine.

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Holiday Sharing Program Seeks Sponsors & Volunteers

Help make the holidays a little brighter for the needy through the City's Holiday Sharing Program! Sponsors are needed to donate clothing, gift certificates, and toys. The program also depends on volunteers to help register families, and sort, distribute, and deliver gifts. Make a donation or sign...

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City Hosts 'Navigator' to Assist with Health Insurance Enrollment

The City is hosting a trained "Navigator" to assist residents in obtaining health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act before the annual open enrollment period ends on December 15.

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City Invites Comment on Draft Vision Zero and Police Traffic Safety Plans

The City is soliciting public comments on two draft documents that will guide efforts to make Alexandria’s streets safer.

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Alexandria Again Recognized Among the Nation’s Top Digital Cities

Alexandria has been ranked among the top 10 cities of its size on the Digital Cities Survey for the 13th consecutive year. The annual program evaluates cities' approaches to information technology, community engagement, policy and operations.

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Fall Leaf Collection

The City's fall leaf collection program runs through December. Residents who receive City residential trash and recycling services have the option of raking leaves to the curb for vacuum trucks, bagging for curbside collection, or composting.

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