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COVID-19 Information & Updates

Help stop the spread of COVID-19. Learn about testing, how to stay safe and what to expect when you receive a call from a health official.

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City Completes New Station 203

The up-to-date facility provides better support for modern fire/EMS apparatus, equipment and operations.

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Public Hearing on American Rescue Plan Act Funding Uses

Provide input on potential uses of American Rescue Plan Act funding by requesting to speak at the virtual public hearing on June 19, or providing written feedback by June 18. 

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City Supports World Refugee Day

Alexandria will join others around the world in recognizing World Refugee Day, June 20, to show inclusion, support and awareness of individuals and families who were forced to flee their countries.

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City Seeks Input to Set Duke Street In Motion

The City announces “Duke Street In Motion,” a planning and design study focused on ensuring transit improvements to be made along the Duke Street corridor will align with users’ needs, wants, and expectations.

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Don Hayes Appointed Acting Alexandria Police Chief

City Manager Mark B. Jinks has announced the appointment of Assistant Chief Don Hayes as Acting Chief of Police for the City of Alexandria, effective June 25. Hayes succeeds Chief Michael L. Brown, who is retiring.

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City Celebrates the 77th Anniversary of D-Day

Join the City of Alexandria in honoring the 77th Anniversary of D-Day with virtual events.

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City Celebrates Pride Month

The City will celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) Pride Month in June through a series of virtual workshops, a lecture, the display of Progress Pride Flags at Market Square (301 King St.) in front of City Hall, and more.

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Alexandria Outdoor Pool Season

The City's outdoor pools will be open Saturday, June 26, through Labor Day, Monday, September 6. The Potomac Yard Park Interactive Fountain opens May 29 and will operate through October 15.

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