Partnership with Wider Circle: A Wider Circle (AWC), a wonderful organization whose goal is to collect re-usable furniture as well as many other household items, teamed up with the Town of Chevy Chase View to collect and redistribute items to people and families in need. A Wider Circle will be driving through the Town collecting Thursday, September 7, 2023. To schedule a curbside donation, please contact A Wider Circle via phone at 301-608-3504 or via email at furnis[email protected] no later than Friday, September 1, 2023.
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With the threat of severe weather increasing, the Maryland Department of Emergency Management has provided some helpful steps you can take to be prepared should severe weather impact you. Use the link below to access information. The Disaster Supply Kit contains useful information, and the “Know the Hazards" link in the lefthand column is very informative. Don't forget your pets as you prepare. Find Out More
Dear Residents, On behalf of the Town Council, I want to formally announce our new Deputy Town Manager, Denise Hitt. After an extensive recruiting and interview process, we are so fortunate that Denise, who is a Town resident, applied for this very important position. She started on July 10th and has been working with our Town manager over the past three weeks and is learning the many facets of municipal management. Now a bit more about Denise - Denise grew up close by in Bethesda, where she attended Walt Whitman High School. With a passion for criminology, she pursued [...]
Rebates will be provided on a first-to-apply basis, subject to the Program cap of $50,000 and applicant eligibility. To be eligible for a rebate, your project must be approved by the County and undertaken between August 1, 2023 and June 30, 2024, unless the Program is extended. Requests to the Town for a rebate must be submitted before October 15, 2023, unless the Program is extended.
Bulk pick-up is Saturday, August 5. As a reminder, heavy refuse includes major appliances (must have Freon removed), furniture, large toys, bicycles, and plumbing fixtures. Excluded are batteries, propane tanks, bricks, general construction debris, and iron pipes. Please have your items at the curb by 7:00 AM on Saturday as the truck comes through early.
The Town Council will meet in person at Christ Episcopal Church. Please park in the Everett Street Parking Lot and proceed through the side entrance down the stairs to the second classroom on the left of the hallway. View Agenda
UPDATE: Montgomery County RainScapes Program and CCV Supplemental RainScapes Rebate Program The RainScapes Rewards Rebate Program offers rebates to property owners who install RainScapes techniques such as rain gardens, rain barrels, conservation landscaping and other approved projects that help control stormwater. The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection will accept online applications for rebates of up to $7,500 for RainScapes projects on residential properties and up to $20,000 on commercial, HOAs, multifamily, or institutional properties. The county program took a planned pause on March 3, 2023, but currently plans to restart accepting applications on August 1 through October 15, 2023. CCV is offering [...]
Dear Residents, We have learned that Washington Gass will not be on site today, Tuesday, July 18. They have a project that needs to be finished (permit expires tomorrow). Work will resume Wednesday, July 19. Town Council of Chevy Chase View
Dear Residents, As previously reported Washington Gas and Light (WGL) will be replacing the gas main on Franklin Street between Summit Avenue and Connecticut Avenue. The start date is Monday, July 17th, weather permitting. This work will be performed by NPL, subcontractor for Washington Gas. Washington Gas will provide traffic controllers for the safety of the residents and the crew. The disturbance along this block of the Franklin Street roadway will be significant, as the gas line replacement work will be performed slightly right of the street’s center line, limiting traffic to one lane. There will be no parking permitted on either side [...]
Dear Residents, Tomorrow, Thursday, July 13, 2023, the Town's civil engineering contractor, Charles P. Johnson & Associates, Inc. (CPJ), will have a survey crew on site to mark the front property corners of the Franklin Street residences that will be affected by the previously reported upcoming Washington Gas main line replacement project. The property corners will show the edge of the public right-of-way, and the distance between the front property line and the back side of the curb. Specific Details: The property corners are metal pins/pipes/rebars that are in the ground and may or may not have colored plastic caps [...]