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  • Writer's pictureTiffani Johnson

AlleyPalooza 2020

Good Afternoon,

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and Mayor Muriel Bowser has committed to eliminating all poor quality alleys in the District by 2024. We are continuing to perform alley restoration during this time and are thankful for your support and partnership.

Furthermore, DDOT has restored 731 alleys since 2015 as part of the AlleyPalooza Program, specifically 117 alleys in Ward 4. We have worked closely with the community and our stakeholders to develop the alley restoration list but if there are any additional locations you’d like to suggest, please let us know. As part of our continued effort to improve alleys in the District we want to ensure the community is represented and weighs as part of our decision-making process.

If a location you send isn’t able to be worked into the schedule this year, it will remain on our list of potential candidates for future alley restoration projects. If the location is selected, our team will disseminate notices to each of the impacted residents and the Advisory Neighborhood Commission prior to construction, which will include details regarding the project.

Lastly, for more information visit our PaveDC website to see what alleys have been completed, what is currently under construction and what is planned for your area.

Please send me any alley repair suggestions you may have by Monday, July 6th, 2020.


Sayra Molina

Program Analyst - Community Engagement

Office of the Director

District Department of Transportation

o. 202-671-4675

m. 202-714-9197 e.

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