Our Community  

Check out the Chevy Chase ANC 3/4G website  www.anc3g.org

Pre-school facilities serving Chevy Chase & surrounding area  click here

Lafayette Elementary School Renovation Project

For an overview of the project click here

To view the presentation (including visual plans for the project) from the recent March 30th community meeting, click here

Many organizations and institutions, both governmental and non-profit provide services to citizens of the CCCA neighborhood.  If you know of a service that should be listed at ChevyChaseCitizens.org please notify the Editor at editor@chevychasecitizens.org.


City Council Committee Chairs & Staff contacts
(click here)
Neighborhood Engagement Liaisons (Click HERE)
Boards and Commissions
Clearing Sidewalks
D.C. Department of Parks & Recreation
DC Public Library
Department of Transportation Traffic Study
Emergency & Non-Emergency Response Number for Police, Fire, & Ambulance Services 911
Reporting Potholes and Requesting DPW Services
DPW Snow Removal and Phone Numbers
Chevy Chase Advisory Neighborhood Commission - click here


Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad, bccrs.org301-652-1000
Chevy Chase Community Center, 202-282-2204
Chevy Chase Players, http://chevychaseplayers.org

Non-Profit Organizations Serving Chevy Chase

Avalon Theater
5612 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington DC 20015
202-966-6000 (Theater phone)
202-966-2149 (Business phone)
202-966-3466 (Fax)
E-Mail: info@theavalon.org

Friends of the Chevy Chase DC Library
c/o Chevy Chase DC Library , 5625 Connecticut Ave., NW , Washington DC 20015  

Friends of Chevy Chase Park
PO Box 42716, Washington DC 20015
Contact: Nikie Micheli, President,
Email: micheli@erols.com

Friends of Lafayette Park
Contact: Jeff Stoiber, President,
Phone: 202-986-4700, ext.213
Email: stoibhud@aol.com or click for website

Historic Chevy Chase D.C.
PO Box 6292 , Washington DC 20015-0292
Contact: Richard Teare, President
Northwest Neighbors Village (NNV): nonprofit volunteer organization that helps citizens of Chevy Chase, DC remain in their homes as they grow older.
Contact:  Marianna Blagburn, Executive Director
Phone:  202-777-3435
E-mail:  nnvillage@gmail.com
Web:  www.nwnv.org

Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home:   a nonprofit, full-service facility in Fiendship Heights that provides community residential, assisted living, and full nursing home care to low and moderate income seniors.
Contact:  Debra Lyle
Phone:  202-966-6667 (x3373)
E-mail: dlyle@lldhhome.org
Web:   www.lldhhome.org



School Resources
For parents new to the community or current residents looking for information on the public schools in the area, a website offers a wide range of information about the Districts’ public schools. www.dcschoolsearch.com is free and provides school listings, information about programs offered at each school, test scores, parent teacher associations and contacts in an easily searchable format.

General information on the DC Schools is available on the DCPS website (click here)

For the schools themselves, some of which have their own websites, click here.




CCCA maintains active affiliations with city and neighborhood groups that share its vision of a vibrant and involved Chevy Chase D.C. community. Click here to view the liaison representatives.


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