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  • February 23, 2024 1:45 PM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

  • February 05, 2024 11:19 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Summer Camps Are Available For Youth Ages 3-13, Including Swimming, Basketball, Performing Arts, and More

    (WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) are reminding families that the summer camp lottery registration will open on Monday, February 12 and close on Monday, February 26. This year, DPR is offering summer camps for youth ages 3-13 at more than 50 DPR recreation centers across all eight wards. 

    “The Department of Parks and Recreation is our agency that brings the fun, and that is especially true at our summer camps,” said Mayor Bowser. “We implemented our summer camp lottery last year to address the summer camp scramble and to make our registration system more inclusive and equitable. We are looking forward to another fantastic summer camp experience and it starts with the lottery.”

    For the second year, families will register through the summer camp lottery system. The summer lottery system was established by DPR in 2023 to create a more inclusive and equitable registration system for enrolling youth in summer camps.

    DPR summer camps will operate this year in four sessions from June 26 to August 16, with before and after care also available for families. As with all DPR programs, reduced rates are available for qualifying families, but families must apply for reduced rates before February 26 to qualify. Families can register online for the summer camp lottery starting February 12 and learn more at

    “I am extremely excited about all we have in store for campers this summer,” said DPR Director Thennie Freeman. “The entire team at DPR is working tirelessly to ensure equity through our lottery process and create dynamic camp programs for children of all ages. DPR summer camps promise to be filled with exciting activities, learning opportunities, memorable moments and a few surprises.”

    Residents can also receive in-person assistance every day (except Sundays and President’s Day) for individuals who would like to register for the lottery in-person. A full list of locations and dates for in-person assistance is available at

    DPR will also hold two virtual information sessions for residents to learn more about summer camps and the lottery system. The first information session will take place on Wednesday, February 7 at 12:00 p.m. and the other will take place at 6:30 p.m. on the same day. Both sessions will cover the same information and one of the presentations will be posted online for any residents who did not get a chance to attend. More details about the information sessions are available at

    DPR summer camps for 2024 will include:

    ·  Little Explorers - Ages 3-5: Your little explorer will enjoy DPR’s signature day camp for little ones hosted at DPR recreation centers.

    ·  Discovery Camp - Ages 6-10: Children enjoy DPR's signature day camp hosted at DPR recreation centers.

    ·  Multi-Sport Camp - Ages 8-13: Day camp with a focus on sports skills and teamwork, hosted at DPR recreation centers.

    ·  Nothing But Net Camp - Ages 8-13: Enjoy a week of polishing up your basketball skills along with additional enrichment activities.

    ·  Cheer-nastics Camp - Ages 8-12: Join us for an exhilarating summer experience at CHEER-NASTICS camp for ages 8-12! Unleash your child's energy as they learn exciting cheer routines, perfect gymnastic flips, and build lasting friendships in a fun and supportive environment.

    ·  Aqua Day Camp - Ages 6-13: Campers will be instructed on breathing techniques, swim stroke mechanics and water safety awareness. Advanced activities will depend on the pace of the group. Each session will conclude with a swim meet.

    ·  Future EGOT Performing Arts Camp - Ages 6-10: Performing Arts camp offers participants the chance to explore their artistic side with this exciting camp! Learn the basics of a variety of performing arts genres, including dance, theatre, and spoken word. Share your talents with other camp participants and learn from each other as well. Be a star with DPR!

    ·  Little STEAM Engine - Ages 3-5: Join us for this introductory, age-appropriate camp highlighting science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Campers will explore science, music technology, art appreciation, and other activities.

    ·  Full STEAM Ahead - Ages 6-10: Join us for an action-packed camp focusing on science, technology, engineering, art and math. Campers will explore coding, music technology, art appreciation, and other activities.

    ·  Kitchen Confidential Culinary Camp - Ages 8-11: Sharpen your culinary skills, while learning about different cuisines, cultures, and customs. Develop healthy lifestyle tips and develop personal growth skills under instruction from experts in the food industry. Discover how fun and easy healthy cooking can be... and learn new skills that you can showcase to your family and friends!

    DPR also offers Therapeutic Recreation summer camps for children with and without developmental and intellectual disabilities. An application and assessment must be completed prior to enrollment. Details and a link to the application can be found at

    To learn more about the summer camps available and register through the summer camp lottery starting February 12, visit

  • February 05, 2024 11:17 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)


    February 2, 2024


    Mekdy Alemayehu (OP) 202.412.7828;

    DC Office of Planning Launches an Interactive Website Featuring 300 Black History Sites Across DC

    (WASHINGTON, DC) – In celebration of Black History Month, the DC Office of Planning (OP) launched a new website featuring an interactive map of 300 important Black history sites in the District. Residents can visit Black History Sites: Washington, DC to explore and learn about the people, places, and events that have shaped the history and culture of the nation's capital.

    “Our city has been the home of many incredible Black leaders throughout its history. It has also been the scene of events and movements that shaped the culture in this city, across the nation, and around the world,” said Anita Cozart, Director of OP. “Celebrate Black History Month by exploring our local history and be inspired by those whose shoulders we stand on.”

    The Black History Sites website features a wealth of information, historic images, and location data that serves as a tour guide for visiting sites across the city. These sites span the District's history from 1791, through the Civil War and Civil Rights eras, to 1974 when DC gained Home Rule, and the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020. They highlight the social, cultural, and political movements that are central to DC’s heritage.

    The digital tour sites include well-known places like Howard Theatre where Black artists made their mark on the world to lesser-known civil rights sites, like the site of the former Childs Restaurant at 2 Massachusetts Avenue NW, where in 1949, 80 activists staged a sit-in to protest segregation policies. The sites include many of the schools, businesses, churches, recreational centers, communities, and homes where Black Washingtonians studied, worked, worshipped, played and consistently fought for their rights.

    For more information about the DC Office of Planning, please visit

  • January 12, 2024 11:54 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    This report covers November 11, 2023 through January 11, 2024

    There are 16 homes listed in this report.  5 active listings, 1 under contract, 6 pending settlement, and 4 closed.

    Click on the link to see the complete report.

    January 2024 Real Estate Activity.pdf

  • November 17, 2023 2:29 PM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Crimes went up by 13 percent in PSA 201 during the past 1 month when compared to the same dates a year before. 

    Here is the  detailed interactive report.

  • November 16, 2023 9:00 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Help Chevy Chase Main Street give back this Giving Tuesday (Nov. 28)! Participating businesses will be donating a portion of proceeds to a charity, so get your last minute holiday gifts while also contributing to a charitable cause!

    Go to link for more details

  • November 13, 2023 11:21 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    There are 29 homes listed in this report.  As of November 11, there are 12 listings, 2 homes under contract, 5 pending, 9 closed/settled between October 13 and November 11, 2023. 

    All details are in the report below. 

    Real Estate Report November 2023.pdf

  • November 03, 2023 4:10 PM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    As of Nov. 1, consumers in the District will be able to drop off home-use batteries of any kind for free at sites around the city, where they’ll be picked up for recycling.

    Map of drop-off sites that accept batteries: 

    The locator suggests drop-off sites near Chevy Chase include Ace Hardware at Tenleytown, and uBreakiFix locations in Bethesda and Cleveland Park.  

    I just dropped off batteries at the Tenleytown Ace Hardware.  Jory Barone

  • November 03, 2023 11:00 AM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    We are happy to announce that we have a new website address that reflects our recent name change:

    In early 2023, we changed our name to the Chevy Chase Community Association from the Chevy Chase Citizens Association to recognize our mission to be an inclusive neighborhood organization. Using the word “community” gives CCCA a valuable opportunity to broadcast a welcoming message that may help neighbors experience a higher level of connectedness to each other and may encourage neighbors to participate in community affairs, including programs developed by CCCA.

    Chevy Chase Community Association

    Please contact us at if you have any questions or comments.

    CCCA Executive Committee

  • October 26, 2023 2:00 PM | Jory Barone (Administrator)

    Trick or Treat on the Corridor!

    Start off your night of Trick or Treating with a visit to the local businesses on the Chevy Chase

    Main Street corridor. 

    From 3-6pm on Tuesday, October 31st, the following businesses will be welcoming trick or treaters! (Participating

    Businesses will have balloons outside storefront, provided by Child’s Play

    5606 Nail Spa (5606 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Art Sound Language (5520 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Avalon Theatre (5612 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Blue 44 Restaurant and Bar (5507 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Bread & Chocolate (5542 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Chevy Chase Wine & Spirits (5544 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Child’s Play (5536 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Circle Yoga (3838 Northampton St NW)

    Core72 (5502 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Fishery Seafood Market (5509 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Happy Go Bikes (5516 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Harmonic Studios (3815 Livingston St NW)

    Infinity Martial Arts (5520 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Little Beast (Chevy Chase Community Association) (5600 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Long & Foster Real Estate (20 Chevy Chase Circle NW)

    Monarch Paint & Design (5608 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Park Story (3813 Livingston St NW)

    Parthenon & Chevy Chase Lounge (5510 Connecticut Ave NW)

    President Valet Cleaners (5514 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Ramer’s Shoes (3810 Northampton St NW)

    Relaxed Nail Spa (5505 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Salon Familia (3817 Livingston Street NW)

    UPS Store (5614 Connecticut Ave NW)

    Wine & Organic (5714 Connecticut Ave NW)


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