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City Manager’s Public Budget Presentation

City Manager Mark Jinks invites the public to a presentation of his proposed Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program on Thursday, February 20. The meeting will also be streamed live online, and Jinks will answer questions from in-person attendees and online viewers...

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2020 Real Estate Assessments Reflect Stable to Moderate Increases

The City has issued assessments for all real property, reflecting stable to moderate increases in value across nearly all residential and commercial property types. Assessment notices, representing fair market values as of January 1, have been mailed to property owners and are available online.

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George Washington Birthday Parade & Events

On Monday, February 17, attend the nation’s largest parade celebrating the birth of our first President. The parade includes thousands of participants such as historical, community and youth groups, bands, horses and canines. More events scheduled throughout the birthday weekend make it the...

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Alexandria Seeks Education and Outreach Volunteers for the 2020 Census

The City’s Complete Count Committee is offering training opportunities for volunteers to become Census Ambassadors, who will help residents learn about the 2020 Census. 

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Celebrate Black History Month in Alexandria

Join the celebration throughout the month of February, with special events and activities honoring the history, culture, achievements and contributions of African Americans.

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Salute to Women Awards Seeks Nominations

Know someone who has made a significant impact on women and girls in Alexandria? Nominate them for a Salute to Women Award!

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Summer Camp Guide Now Available

Registration for summer camps opens February 12 for residents and February 14 for nonresidents. Camp options include sports, creative and performing arts, nature, computers, STEM and more. 

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