Local Resources

Ward 3 Vision “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 protecting the character of our residential neighborhoods and bringing the vitality of urban life to our commercial corridors.”

Greater Greater Washington “Greater Greater Washington is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization that brings people together online and offline to discuss, organize, and advocate for an inclusive, diverse, growing Washington, DC region where all people can choose to live in walkable urban communities.”

Coalition for Smarter Growth “The Coalition for Smarter Growth is the leading organization in the Washington DC region dedicated to making the case for smart growth. Our mission is to promote walkable, inclusive, and transit-oriented communities, and the land use and transportation policies and investments needed to make those communities flourish.”

Washington Interfaith Network “WIN envisions the use of public lands for allocated to mixed income-affordable housing and low and middle-income homeownership opportunities that help create and build generational wealth.”

Ward 3 Bike Advocates “Ward 3 Bicycle Advocates (W3BA) is a group of citizens who ride bikes to work, for errands and for fun. We are working to make Ward 3 of Washington, D.C. a safer place where people of all ages and abilities can get around by bicycle.

Cleveland Park Main Street “The District Bridges Cleveland Park Main Street program serves the businesses, organizations, and individuals who live, work and play in this unique community. Our Main Street programs provide direct technical assistance to local businesses to help them thrive. We also plan local events and promotions that draw people to the neighborhoods, create volunteer opportunities, and connect stakeholders.”

Woodley Park Main Street “Mission: To promote and plan the improvements of the cultural, physical, and economic qualities of Woodley Park, and maintain those improvements, to make the neighborhood an exemplary place to live, work, and play.”

Van Ness Main Street “Aims to preserve our neighborhood’s natural resources
while enthusiastically ​embracing smart, transit-oriented development
​that supports our diverse small businesses.”