ANC 2E January Report  

January 18, 2022

Second District Public Safety Update    MPD Captain Steve Andelman of the second district joined the virtual meeting (held Jan. 6) to give an update on crime in the Georgetown area since his last appearance in early December. Andelman said both […]

Sidewalks, Streets, Schools, Parks and Politics: Top Town Topics of 2021 

January 11, 2022

Georgetown in 2021 was abuzz with news and events even though so many of the normal activities of business, shopping, dining out, schools, the university, night life, non-profit and town […]

Georgetown Parking Myths: The Never-Ending Story

June 20, 2021

The Georgetowner’s June 16 article — “Busting Myths About Georgetown Parking”  — generated numerous calls and responses from the residents of Georgetown. Concerns about parking in D.C.’s oldest neighborhood are almost […]

The District Gave Us Streateries. Now, We Need Parking. 

June 16, 2021

Walking the commercial streets of Georgetown these days the relief, even joy, of shoppers, salon, café and restaurant patrons, and even tourists is as visible as the streets active with […]

ANC 2E: DDOT, DC Water, Speed Limits, New High School

February 27, 2021

At tonight’s virtual meeting, the District Department of Transportation will give a presentation about its 2020 accomplishments and 2021 goals for Ward 2.

Sidewalk Widening Plans, Concerns in Georgetown

July 13, 2020

Can Georgetown’s brick sidewalks accommodate socially distanced diners, lines of customers, curbside pickups and drop-offs, sidewalk sales and pedestrians?

Wonder Woman Filming to Close Streets

June 11, 2018

The production team for the film “Magic Hour” plans to shut down Wisconsin Avenue from M Street to Volta Place from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 14.

Parking Coalition: No Authority, But Subtle Power

March 21, 2018

The Georgetown Parking Coalition is not the usual community organization profiled by The Georgetowner. Although its members are all well-known representatives of Georgetown’s most active and powerful community organizations, the Parking […]

Parking in Georgetown: Let’s Line Up the Numbers

March 7, 2018

As Originally Proposed, Georgetown Could Have Lost Up to 2,000 Visitor Spots In this issue, The Georgetowner celebrates the well-known residents and homes of Georgetown. All things real estate, home […]

Town Topics March 7, 2018


By Peggy Sands and Robert Devaney One-Sided Parking Sparks Lively Debate at ANC The topics of parking and traffic flows have often triggered heated exchanges at Georgetown community meetings. The […]