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Please Pick Up After Your Pets!

2024-03-04T21:21:04-05:00

To the many of us that walk our dogs through the neighborhood, As the weather takes a turn for the better this week, it is great to see more people enjoying walks. However, It has come to our attention that there is a growing concern regarding the improper disposal of dog waste, particularly in areas where children walk to school or the school bus stops. We are writing to address this issue and emphasize the importance of responsible dog ownership for the safety and cleanliness of our community. It has been observed that there is a significant increase in incidents where dog [...]

Please Pick Up After Your Pets!2024-03-04T21:21:04-05:00

MDOT Recommendation: Franklin Street and Connecticut Avenue Intersection

2024-03-04T21:26:28-05:00

Dear Residents, The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) has identified challenges with left turns at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Franklin Street, both northbound and southbound. In response, the proposed solution is to restrict left turns from Franklin Street onto Connecticut Avenue, thereby preventing cross-through traffic on Franklin Street across Connecticut. MDOT suggests implementing a pilot program, typically lasting six (6) months. As part of this initiative, temporary flex posts, designed in an "S" curve, will be installed at the intersection to physically prohibit left turns from Franklin Street onto Connecticut Avenue and cross traffic. During the pilot [...]

MDOT Recommendation: Franklin Street and Connecticut Avenue Intersection2024-03-04T21:26:28-05:00

Monthly Town Council Meeting: Wednesday, February 21, 2024, at 7 p.m.

2024-02-20T15:24:26-05:00

The Town Council will meet at the Town Meeting Room on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, at 7 p.m. Residents may attend in person or virtually. View the Agenda To attend in person: Town Meeting Room: 10401 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 103 Kensington, MD 20895 Please use the driveway on the east side of the "Bakers Union" building. Meeting attendees are allowed to park in the A-level garage, which can be accessed from the rear parking lot behind the building.  Walk through the garage to the double utility doors that will lead you directly to the building’s two elevators for the A-Level elevator lobby.  Take either elevator to Floor 1. As soon as you [...]

Monthly Town Council Meeting: Wednesday, February 21, 2024, at 7 p.m.2024-02-20T15:24:26-05:00

Important Reminder When Filing Your 2023 Maryland State Tax Return

2024-02-12T19:46:02-05:00

By law, as a municipality, the Town of Chevy Chase View receives a portion of the Maryland state income tax the Town’s residents pay each year. This revenue represents the most significant source of the Town’s overall income and goes directly toward paying for services that the Town delivers to its residents instead of the county-provided services. Town residents DO NOT pay any additional State income taxes to live in Chevy Chase View. To ensure that the Town of Chevy Chase View receives all State income tax revenues due to the Town, we ask you to please take special care when completing your MD [...]

Important Reminder When Filing Your 2023 Maryland State Tax Return2024-02-12T19:46:02-05:00

Worried About the Rain This Coming Weekend?

2024-02-10T11:15:15-05:00

Dear Residents, If you were thinking about applying to the RainScapes program, now is the time to do it! The portal is closing very soon. RainScapes Program Director, Ann English, encourages everyone to apply now because the program will probably reach capacity and close the application window in February. The next application window will begin in August. You do not need to have a fully thought-out project to apply; you have the option to answer questions with “I don’t know.” Once you apply, a planner will be assigned to you. The planner will meet with you on your property to help you determine the best [...]

Worried About the Rain This Coming Weekend?2024-02-10T11:15:15-05:00

Update: Glenrose Water Main Break

2024-02-10T11:40:26-05:00

WSSC did not repair the water main break today. They are prioritizing the many water main breaks where homeowners are without water. WSSC will be on-site tomorrow to address the water main break at 4213 Glenrose Street. Water is running east to west near the curb on the block between Summit Avenue and Cedar Lane. Ice has accumulated. WSSC is sending a road crew tonight to treat the road. Please try to avoid the area until this repair has been completed. If you must travel on this block of Glenrose Street, please drive carefully.

Update: Glenrose Water Main Break2024-02-10T11:40:26-05:00

Glenrose Water Main Break

2024-02-10T11:39:05-05:00

There is a water main break at 4213 Glenrose Street. Water is running east to west near the curb on the block between Summit Avenue and Cedar Lane. Ice has accumulated. WSSC was on-site last night and informed us that a crew will be back on-site later this morning. Please try to avoid the area until this repair has been completed. If you must travel on this block of Glenrose Street, please drive carefully.

Glenrose Water Main Break2024-02-10T11:39:05-05:00

Trash and Recycling Services Suspended

2024-02-10T11:30:08-05:00

Ecology Services suspended their pickups for the day due to travel and safety concerns. Both trash and recycling will be picked up on Friday, 1/19/24. Please remove your toters from the curb until this Friday.

Trash and Recycling Services Suspended2024-02-10T11:30:08-05:00

MDOT Presentation and January Hybrid Council Meeting

2024-02-10T11:27:01-05:00

The Town Council will meet at the new Town Meeting Room. Residents may attend in person or virtually. Presentation 7:00 PM MDOT Representative to Present to Council a review of the study of Franklin Street and Connecticut Avenue intersection. A representative of Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) will remotely join the Town Council Meeting to present the findings of the most recent study regarding the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Franklin Street. At the Town’s request, the representative will enter discussion with the Town Council regarding possible measures to explore. All residents are welcome and encouraged to join in person or [...]

MDOT Presentation and January Hybrid Council Meeting2024-02-10T11:27:01-05:00
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