Thanks to Chelsey Christensen for sending yesterday at 6:10pm:

“I’m not sure *how* this is possible but a car took out a sign and tree and made it’s way onto the sidewalk going the wrong direction on Michigan Ave NE (between 13th and 14th)

Traffic Calming needed ASAP!”


South Dakota and Delafield St NE

“Dear PoPville,

There has been a sign for Z Burger at the convenience store (formerly Four Seasons, now DC Supermart) at South Dakota and Delafield St NE for months – maybe a year?? When I was there last night, I asked about it and the owner said it will open by the end of this month. Read More


From the office of Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton:

“Last week, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) wrote the Director of the National Park Service, the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the General Manager and CEO of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to request a meeting to discuss the discovery of an unexploded ordinance on the Fort Totten Trail in the District of Columbia. Read More


view the interactive map

From the Mayor’s Office:

“Following two consecutive days of clear samples for most of the Advisory area, DC Water is lifting the Boil Water Advisory for a portion of the impacted area. DC Water has determined boundaries for a smaller impacted area which will remain under a Boil Water Advisory until two consecutive days of clear samples are obtained. Customers can view the interactive map or call the 24-Hour Command Center at (202) 612-3400 to verify if their residence falls within the area still affected. Customers located in the impacted area should continue boiling water for drinking and cooking until further notice.

Customers who are not located in this updated Advisory area can use tap water after running cold-water taps for 10 minutes before returning to normal water usage. Running the cold-water tap will replace water sitting in pipes during the advisory with fresh water from the water main.

The impact area which remains under an Advisory includes portions of neighborhoods in Queens Chapel, Michigan Park, North Michigan Park, Chillum Station and Terra Cotta.

It is anticipated sample results for the remaining impact area will be analyzed by Sunday morning, August 8.

Customers still affected by the boil water advisory should continue to follow these precautions: Read More


From MPD:

“On May 10, 2021, at approximately 8:05 PM Officers responded to the 900 block Rittenhouse Street NW for sounds of Gunshots. Once on the scene officers located multiple shell casing. No report of any injuries, however 3 vehicles were damaged. The incident is being investigated by the Fourth District Detective’s Office.

If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact the Metropolitan Police Department at 202-727-9099.”

and Read More

Not a Good Day/Night

10th and Otis Place, NW 7:37pm Saturday

From MPD 7:46pm: “Alert: Shooting Investigation in the1000 Block of Otis Place NW. No lookout at this time”

From MPD: “On January 16, 2021, at approximately 7:22 pm, members of the Metropolitan Police Department responded to the 3500 block of 14th Street NW for a shooting. Once on the scene a victim was located with a one gunshot wound. The Victim was treated at a local hospital and the Fourth District Detective’s office is investigating the incident.

If you have any information in regards to this incident contact the Metropolitan Police Department at 202-727-9099.”

Later from MPD: Read More


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