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  • July 18, 2024 9:18 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    The CCCA hosted a well-attended meeting on July 16 for potential ANC 3/4G candidates at the Little Beast.  Attendees gathered to learn about the history of this unique office,  how to run an effective campaign, and what it is like to serve as a commissioner.  Speakers were Office of the ANC Director, Kent Boese and Denise Wiktor, General Counsel. Robert Gordon, former commissioner and Peter Lynch, current commissioner also spoke.

    For more information,  see the handout posted below. 

    ANC Candidate Handout.pdf


  • June 21, 2024 11:50 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Real Estate Report for Single Family Homes in Chevy Chase DC.

    May 16 - June 19, 2024

    There are 62 homes in this report. 11  active, 5 under contingent contract, 20 pending settlement, 26 closed/settled.

    To see full report go to:

    June 2024 Real Estate Report.pdf

    Past reports are listed under Neighborhood/Real Estate Reports

  • June 11, 2024 10:18 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    If you missed the RASE and Undesign The Redline event, you can check on it here. The password is !?jjy602.

    Thanks to Joy Bates Boyle for her work and presentation.  

    The Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3/4G standing committee on Racial and Social Equity (RASE) invites you to a virtual chat with Joy Bates Boyle, sponsor of Undesign the Redline, an exhibit and series of programs currently underway at the Cleveland Park Public Library. See more details about the exhibit at the link here: Undesign The Redline (


    Undesign the Redline is not about Metro!  It addresses the history of explicit race-based exclusion, specifically in Northwest DC.  That history can help us understand why inequities in housing and wealth persist and encourage us to ask how we can “Undesign” these wrongs.  (Suitable for middle-school aged children and older.)


    Ms. Boyle will discuss the Undesign the Redline exhibit and describe the programs offered before it closes on July 11.


    Undesign the Redline      


    A conversation with Joy Bates Boyle

    June 6, 2024

    5:00- 5:45 PM

  • May 28, 2024 10:49 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Please go to this link to view the CCCA Ward 4 Candidate Forum that was held on May 22.

    All CCCA videos can be reviewed by clicking on the News link at the top of the home page and selecting CCCA YouTube Channel.

  • May 21, 2024 9:34 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Real Estate Report for Single Family Homes in Chevy Chase, DC

    There are 56 homes in this report: 16 Active or coming soon, 5 under contract, 20 pending settlement, and 15 closed/settled.

    See full report below for details.

    May 2024 Real Estate Report.pdf

  • May 10, 2024 12:23 PM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    How to become a block captain!  If your block does not have one, find out how to sign up to become your block’s captain and share crime prevention tips with your neighbors. Block captains don’t only deal with crime prevention though. They help the block unite through the use of a block list. The block list has many uses. It makes coordinating holiday block parties and block yard sales easy. It provides help to neighbors when they travel by assisting them in contacting other neighbors and asking them to watch their homes and vehicles and assists neighbors who are home-bound and might need help picking up a prescription or food. Learn how Neighborhood Watch can help the residents on your block.

    For more details, see this video

    The link is

    Learn more crime prevention tips by watching the video.

    For more information, email

  • April 19, 2024 10:57 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Real Estate Activity Report for Single Family Homes in Chevy Chase, DC

    March 22, 2024 - April 18, 2024

    There are 35 homes listed in this report. 

    April 2024 Real Estate report.pdf

  • April 11, 2024 8:00 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    April 8, 2024



    In November 2023, a nomination for a Chevy Chase Historic District was submitted to the Historic Preservation Office (HPO) by the Chevy Chase DC Conservancy. In order to meet the expectations of the Historic Preservation Review Board, HPO has encouraged the applicants to conduct community outreach and education efforts on the proposal.  Based on the information that HPO has received to date, it is clear that public sentiment on the proposal is sharply divided. Additionally, HPO’s preliminary assessment is that the proposed boundaries are not sufficiently justified.

    Given the lack of community consensus and concerns about the proposed boundaries, as well as the need to conduct a citywide analysis in order to more effectively evaluate historic district nominations, HPO is not prepared to recommend that the current proposal for a Chevy Chase Historic District be considered by the HPRB at this time.   

    In Fall 2024, HPO will begin data collection, mapping, and equity analysis of historic resources across the District. This work will be critical in informing HPO’s evaluation of future historic district proposals. 

    HPO staff will continue to be available for inquiries from all residents and organizations about the recognition and protection of historic resources in their neighborhoods. 


  • April 04, 2024 4:00 PM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Below is a link to the Chevy Chase DC Conservancy Response submitted to the Historic Preservation Review Board.

    The Chevy Chase DC Conservancy Responds to HCCDC.pdf

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