From the Mayor’s office:

“Mayor Muriel Bowser is reminding the community that the Juvenile Curfew Enforcement Pilot, announced at a public safety situational update earlier this month, will begin on Friday, September 1. The pilot program will include support from the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD); Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS); Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA); Department of Behavioral Health (DBH); and Department of Human Services (DHS). Read More

“Correction: juvenile curfew enforcement applies to anyone under the age of 17.”

From the Mayor’s Office:

“Juvenile curfew enforcement will focus on 7 key areas. Youth will be brought to Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS), where the agency will connect with the youth and their families to proactively engage them and offer rehabilitative services and supports.” Read More


From a press release:

“The DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) is excited to announce an immersive celebration of youth and learning: Kids World debuts at Franklin Park for three fun-filled days: Friday, July 28, through Sunday, July 30. This action-packed weekend will be free and open to all and will feature a variety of creative pop-ups, hands-on activities, playful installations, and more to entertain and educate young visitors and their families. Attendees can expect to dive into the worlds of literacy, health and fitness, creativity, science and nature, and entrepreneurship. Read More

“Dear PoPville,

I wanted to bring some attention to an issue we are having in our neighborhood. A little over a year ago, our neighborhood dry cleaner moved (largely due to COVID). The small property at 1301 Florida Ave NW, which is on the ground floor of a residential four story apartment complex, was vacant for a bit. A smoke shop tried to move in but was denied by the zoning board because the store is just across the street from Cardozo high school (see photo above). Read More


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