City Council will hold their annual budget retreat, where they will review feedback from the community meeting held on 10/13 and discuss priorities, economic factors and more in advance of providing budget guidance to the City Manager next week.
The Old Town Business & Professional Association (OTBPA) and the Old Town Boutique District invites Old Town businesses to the latest installment of 'Shop Talk'. Members of the Old Town BID Exploratory Committee will discuss the formation of a BID in Old Town. Representatives from the Small Business Development Center, Visit Alexandria and AEDP will also be present to discuss hot topics and address questions and concerns.
The City of Alexandria's Department of Transportation and Environmental Services will host a public meeting on the proposed Stormwater Management Fee. This public meeting will be geared towards receiving feedback on the specific details that non-profits, religious properties and other tax-exempt properties may have with the proposed framework.
The Alexandria Planning Commission will hold their regularly scheduled meeting. Items of interest include consideration of a Special Use Permits for a new restaurant at 1400 Duke Street and for retailer Floor & Décor at 4607 Eisenhower Avenue, as well as a Development Special Use Permit at 699 North Patrick Street, the redevelopment of the Ramsey Homes.
The Alexandria Planning Commission will hold a work session to receive an update on budget priorities.
The Alexandria Industrial Development Authority (IDA) will hold their regularly scheduled meeting.
Capitol Post will host their monthly Bunker Brews happy hour & networking event, presented by Four Block. Enjoy some bites & booze with our friends, members, and local companies and startups.
The Old Town North Small Area Plan Advisory Group will hold a meeting. Agenda items include presentations regarding the Second Street Green Infrastructure Demonstration Project, Autonomous Vehicles and Related Infrastructure, and the Old Town North Transportation Study.
Volunteer Alexandria's Annual Volunteer Recognition Event will pay tribute to all who give from the heart to volunteer time and talent. The winners include Kerry Donley, Vice Chair of the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership Board of Directors, who was selected for the Marian Van Landingham Lifetime Achievement Award. Registration Required.
City Council will hold their regularly scheduled legislative meeting. Items of interest include consideration of Proposed City Legislative Package for the 2017 General Assembly Session, Fiscal Year 2018 BFAAC Work Plan Discussion and an Oral Report on the I-395 Express Lanes Northern Extension Project.