The Chevy Chase Small Area Plan: Next steps to a stronger, more inclusive future? April 7 at 7:30pm via Zoom

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We Collaborate

We work with stakeholders to ensure that new development maximizes walking and public transit, minimizes commuter traffic, and brings much needed amenities for our neighborhood.

November/December 2019

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About Ward3Vision

Washington, D.C.’s Ward 3 stretches from Woodley Park and the Cathedral area north along the upper Wisconsin and Connecticut Avenue corridors.Ward3Vision is an active group of residents partnering with the Coalition for Smarter Growth to ensure that new development is positive and forward-thinking, and brings new life and vibrancy to our neighborhoods. We believe our community will benefit from an honest dialog with true inclusiveness and citizen engagement.

Our Mission

Ward3Vision is a group of residents who can imagine our neighborhoods as even better urban places – more walkable, sustainable, and vibrant. We work to ensure that D.C. grows in a way that is environmentally and socially responsible, positive, and progressive, while respecting the character of our residential neighborhoods and bringing the vitality of urban life to our commercial corridors.

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We Support

We are committed to working with residents, city officials and developers to ensure that new development maximizes walking and public transit, minimizes commuter traffic, and brings much needed amenities for our neighborhood.

  • Planning for revitalized and sustainable transit corridors, particularly Wisconsin Avenue and Connecticut Avenue
  • New growth near Metro stations and bus stops
  • Enhancing our existing neighborhoods by making them more walkable and increasing neighborhood-serving amenities
  • A mix of uses including residential and commercial
  • Innovative traffic and parking solutions
  • Housing that is affordable for low and moderate income families
  • Green building designs
  • Urban design and streetscape improvements

Steering Committee

  • David Cristeal, Chair
  • Tad Baldwin
  • Ellen Bass
  • Matt Bell
  • Leslie Dembinski
  • Ron Eichner
  • Allison Feeney
  • Tom Hier
  • Susan Kimmel
  • Susan Linsky
  • Ellen McCarthy
  • Jeff Norman
  • Steve Seelig
  • Bob Ward
  • John Wheeler