PENN Ave East

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Documents that impact Pennsylvania Avenue East Revitalization

  1. Pennsylvania Avenue East of the River Taskforce, Report on Community Workshop, 12/8/2001 


  2. East of Sousa Bridge Pennsylvania Avenue Revitalization Taskforce, Letter to Mayor Williams, Streetscape and Infrastructure Improvements to Penn. Ave.,  SE, 3/4/2002


  3. Bolan Smart Associates, Inc. Letter to Mary Finch, DC AIA, Pennsylvania Ave East - Retail Potential, 10/10/2002


  4. L'Enfant Square Market and Urban Design Analysis, Report Contributors: DC AIA, Washington Architectural Foundation, Bolan Smart Associates, Inc., Quinn Evans Architects, Marshall Heights CDO, DC Dept of Transportation, Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, DC Office of Planning, 10/2002


  5. National Capital Revitalization Corp (NCRC),  L'Enfant Square Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenue,1/2003


  6. The Anacostia Waterfront Framework Plan District of Columbia, Office of Planning November 2003) 


  7. District Department of Transportation, Pennsylvania Avenue SE Transportation Study Website (See next item below for report - 2003 DDOT Pennsylvania Avenue Traffic Study) 


  8. 2003 DDOT Pennsylvania Avenue Traffic Study


  9. East of Sousa Bridge Pennsylvania Avenue Revitalization Taskforce, Letter to Tony Freeman, The Redevelopment of the 2300 block of Pennsylvania Ave SE, East of the Sousa Bridge, 8/21/2004


  10. East of Sousa Bridge Pennsylvania Avenue Revitalization Taskforce, Letter to Mayor Williams and City Administrator Robert Bobb, The Redevelopment of Pennsylvania Ave SE, East of the Sousa Bridge, 8/21/2004


  11. District Department of Transportation, Great Streets Framework Plan Pennsylvania Avenue SE, March 2005 


  12. District Department of Transportation, Middle Anacostia River Crossings Transportation Study, June 2005


  13. DDOT- Revitalization of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE For the Great Streets Initiative Concept Design – Final Report Executive Summary, February 3, 2007


  14. DC Comprehensive Plan – Chapter 17 Far Northeast Southeast Area Element (Ward 7)


  15. DC Comprehensive Plan - Proposed revisions Chapter 17 Far Northeast Southeast Area Element (Ward 7)


  16. Office of Planning, Pennsylvania Avenue SE Corridor Land Development Plan, Study Area Conditions, January 2008 (Small Area Plan) 


  17. Bill 17-0915 - Downtown Anacostia and Pennsylvania Avenue Eminent Domain Authorization Act of 2008 Signed by Councilmember Marion Barry 2008 


  18. Fiscal Impact Statement: “Downtown Anacostia and Pennsylvania Avenue Eminent Domain Authorization Act of 2008.” Memo from N. Gandhi to Council Chair V. Gray dated 10/21/2008 


  19. Pennsylvania Avenue SE -SWOT Analysis, Retail Demand Analysis, Strategy & Preliminary Planning Diagrams-December 2009


  20. Fiscal Year DC 2011 Budget submission EB0-EB402-Pennsylvania Avenue SE Properties – Project Number EB-402


  21. Re-design & Improve Twining Square (Pennsylvania & Minnesota Avenues S.E. Intersection) 2012


  22. August 2014 - Office of Planning Development Summary Ward 7


  23. January 2015 - Office of Planning Development Summary Ward 7


  24. June 2015 Pennsylvania Ave-Minnesota Ave, S.E.Intersection Improvement Final Environmental Assessment and Findings of No Significant Impact


  25. Ward 7 Economic Advisory Council Established by Vincent Gray in 2017


  26. Ward 7 Economic Advisory Council Progress Report Fall 2017


  27. Change.org Petition to DC Council: Establish & Fund A Pennsylvania Avenue Main Street Program East of the River (2019-2020) 1137 signatures as if 2-17-20


  28. Petition to DC Council: Establish & Fund A Pennsylvania Avenue Main Street Program East of the River (1137 signatures) With Comments as of 2-17-20


  29. ANC7B Resolution for Pennsylvania Avenue East Main Street and Revitalization Funding submitted to Councilmember Vincent Gray for FY 2021 Budget Submission (document includes letters of support from Fairfax Village Community Association, Inc., Penn Branch Citizens Civic Association, Dupont Park Civic Association, and Randle Highlands Citizens Civic Association)


  30. Additional Letters of Support for Pennsylvania Avenue East Main Street and Revitalization Funding submitted to Councilmember Vincent Gray for FY 2021 Budget Submission (document includes letters of support from Pennsylvania Avenue Economic Development Committee and Marshall Heights Community Development Association, Inc.)


  31. "Complete Survey on Pennsylvania Ave Revitalization" Article from East-of-the River by LizO, March 3, 2020


  32. PDF Presentation - Revitalization of Pennsylvania Avenue.Survey Results dated March 7, 2020 (presented to community)


  33. "Opportunity Zones is a new (2018) federal program that provides tax incentives for investments in new businesses and commercial projects in low-income communities. Designated Penn Ave East communities include Dupont Park, Fairfax Village, Fairlawn, Hillcrest, Randle Highlands, and Twining.


 

Documents that impact Ward 7 and Other Historical Ward 7 & 8 Neighborhood Documents

  1. WDCEP Neighborhood Profile 2020.

  2. Ward 7 Heritage Guide 2013.

  3. East Washington Heights - Randle Highlands. Hillcrest, Penn Branch, Dupont Parl, Article by Jim Byers.

  4. Exploring Congress Heights.

 

Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenues Intersection Improvement Project.

  1. DDOT Project Website - Pennsylvania Avenue-Minnesota Avenue, SE, Intersection Improvement Project.

  2. National Park Service Project Website - Re-design & Improve Twining Square (Pennsylvania & Minnesota Avenues S.E. Intersection).

  3. DDOT Proposed Project Designs March 2014 for Pennsylvania Avenue-Minnesota Avenue, SE, Intersection Improvement Project.

  4. Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast Corridor Study - DDOT Proposed Project West side of the Sousa Bridge to 2nd Street SE near the U.S. Capitol. This ia a transportation planning study focused on improving safety and mobility for bicyclists, pedestrians, transit and vehicular travel along this east/west connection.