Neighborhood Walks on hold until Spring

Neighborhood safety walks will take a break for the remainder of fall and winter. Look for their return when warm weather is back in the Spring. Our first Spring walk is scheduled for Tuesday, March 17. Our monthly safety walks aim to make our neighborhood safer by promoting the visibility of neighbors walking together as eyes and ears on the street, and by closely communicating with local law enforcement and security professionals. We note safety problems - illegal dumping, burned out street lights or trees blocking street lights, overgrown shrubbery, graffiti, abandoned vehicles, etc. - and report them to 311, and then forward complaint numbers to the CVCBD sanitation team. We follow up un

Neighborhood Walk - Tuesday, October 15, 7:30 p.m.

Our monthly safety walks aim to make our neighborhood safer by promoting the visibility of neighbors walking together as eyes and ears on the street, and by closely communicating with local law enforcement and security professionals. We note safety problems - illegal dumping, burned out street lights or trees blocking street lights, overgrown shrubbery, graffiti, abandoned vehicles, etc. - and report them to 311, and then forward complaint numbers to the CVCBD sanitation team. We follow up until complaints are resolved. If we observe suspicious activity, police officers patrolling with us or working in the area investigate. Join neighbors for this month's walk with Tony Brown, Safety Directo

Storm drain painting in Abell

On September 28, neighbors painted colorful marine images around the storm drains in Abell to help bring attention to the waterway system that leads to the Chesapeake Bay.

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