NEW! All DC Election Results, District-wide, Ward, ANC, Are Available (posted 11/9)
All election results for District-wide, Ward, and ANC are available and are still being updated. This includes all Ward contests for Council and State Board of Education, as well as all ANC races across DC. You can also find results by Precint. Results will continue to be updated as votes are tallied.
NEW! Opal, New Chevy Chase Restaurant Now Open (10/8)
Opal, new restaurant at 5534 Conn. Ave. is now open. Friday, October 7 was its first day open to the public. Beautiful new interior and a full and attentive staff. Looks like a great addition to Chevy Chase's food scene.
DCRA Ceases To Exist October 1, Replaced by Two New Agencies, DOB & DLCP (9/29)
On October 1, 2022, the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) will cease to exist and will instead be split into two new agencies: the Department of Buildings (DOB) and the Department of Licensing and Consumer Protection (DLCP). Basically, one agency will be for permitting and policing illegal construction, the other for business licenses and consumer protection.
Barnaby Woods Article Featured in Washington Post (9/23)
Barnaby Woods, which is part of ANC3/4G, was featured in the print edition of the Washington Post's Local Living section on Sept. 22. The article, Barnaby Woods is the Best of Both Worlds" first appeared online on Sept. 14 and provides a nice snapshot of living there.
Chevy Chase Article Featured in Washington Post (8/3)
The Washington Post just published a story, Chevy Chase, D.C., is a ‘small town within a city.’ The subtitle of the piece is "The residents of the Northwest Washington neighborhood are active within their community."
Several events are highlighted as well as some items of historical significance.
NEW! The November issue of Chevy Chase News & Notes is now available. Highlights include: New owners for Child's Play; Meet Colin McClimans and Danilo Simic the creators of Opal, Chevy Chase's newest dining experience; Library and Community Center development schedule; DDOT moving ahead with Conn. Ave. vehicle and bike lane redesign; Leaf collection time again; Community events lined up for November; and many more local notes. Please subscribe to get this to get this, free and ad-free, newsletter emailed to you directly when published. Your information is never shared or used for any other purpose. Visit the Newsletter Archive for past issues.