Thursday, December 01, 2016

DC Water: Bloomingdale Small Diameter Water Main Replacement Project public informational meeting -- Thursday, 12-08-2016

From: DC Water External Affairs <>
Date: Dec 1, 2016 10:00 AM
Bloomingdale Small Diameter Water Main Replacement Project Public Informational Meeting


Bloomingdale Small Diameter Water Main Replacement Project Public Informational Meeting

Tanya M. Hedgepeth

December 1, 2016

As part of its Capital Improvement Program DC Water has begun the replacement of the existing 8 and 12-inch cast iron water mains in the Bloomingdale area. These efforts will improve water quality, system reliability, and increase water pressure.

The scope of work also includes replacing service lines (lead and/or other) in public space, at no cost to area homeowners. Additionally, for those properties with lead service lines on their private property DC Water can simultaneously replace the service lines, if the homeowner elects to participate. However, private side service line replacement will be the financial responsibility of the homeowner.

Don’t miss this opportunity to receive more information on this project and learn how you can participate in the lead service line replacement program. Please see meeting information below:

Thursday, December 8, 2016 @ 7:00pm to 8:30pm
St. George's Episcopal Church
160 U Street NW 
Washington, D.C. 20001

For more information on this project or upcoming public meeting, please contact:
Peter Tinubu / 202-787-4337

Tanya Hedgepeth / 202-787-2202

Project Links
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Meeting Flyer -


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1 comment:

  1. Hi Scott -
    I am a journalism student at Georgetown and I am working on a capstone project that focuses on the DIY (Do it Yourself) music scene.
    One of the venues I am profiling is located in Bloomingdale;

    I would be interested in knowing how community association works with resident artists and neighbors to balance the needs of both?

    I would only need a few minutes of your time and can email you the questions in advance if that is helpful.
    Thank you for your assistance,
    Julian Notaro