The Town Council continues the tradition of collecting contributions for the Holiday Gift Fund. The Fund was initiated in 2010 to create a convenient and secure means for CCV residents to convey their appreciation and Season's Greetings to the wonderful Ecology crew members who collect our household waste, yard refuse and recyclable materials throughout the year. Town residents generously contributed nearly $13,000 to the Fund in December 2022. If you would like to contribute to the 2023 Fund, we have a few options for you. NEW THIS YEAR – ONLINE PAYMENT (preferred) You may contribute online at chevychaseviewmd.gov/holidayfund Submit [...]
Get out your decorations, lights, wreaths, extension cords and holiday family fun! With so many new neighbors and families in the Town, there is a lot of interest in fun traditions that only strengthens our sense of community and create lasting memories for all. Back by popular demand. We will continue the Annual Chevy Chase View Holiday Decoration Contest. Your families will have the opportunity to compete and/or vote for four categories: Children's Choice Award Clark Griswold "It's a Beaut" Award (No professional jobs) Best Wreath Award Most Spectacular Award Register your home! Each registered home will receive a [...]
Tomorrow, Wednesday, November 8th, M. T. Laney will be paving on Franklin Street between Connecticut Avenue and 4205 Franklin Street. No later than 7:30 AM, residents of this stretch of Franklin Street, who need their car during the day, should: 1. Park on Summit Avenue on the west side, which is the side with the even house numbers. 2. Park on Franklin Street between Cedar Lane and 4212 Franklin Street. The M.T. Laney flaggers will be accessible to residents who may need help with groceries, walking children to school or accompanying health care workers to residences. Hughes Landscaping will be coming through on both blocks of Franklin Street at 6:00 [...]
HALLOWEEN Update: Reyes Construction is working today, October 30th. At the end of the workday, M. T. Laney will make sure that this block of the roadway is fully secured and place cones along curbs. Franklin Street will be open to motorists (as usual). There will be NO Reyes Construction work on Franklin Street on Tuesday, October 31st, and Franklin Street will remain open to motorists until 5:00 PM. At that time, the M.T. Laney traffic crew will wrap yellow caution ribbon around the cones to guide trick-or-treaters to walkways. The weather forecast calls for winds tonight and tomorrow, and the crewmen want to apply the caution tape closer to the street [...]
Good news! Today, Reyes Construction, the concrete contractor for M. T. Laney, successfully completed the removal and replacement of the "marked in white" concrete curbs/gutters/driveway aprons portion of this work. Thank you to the Franklin Street residents who have been so gracious and patient with the crewmen this week. MT Laney - Franklin Street - Road Work Schedule Friday, 10/27 - 11/20 (estimated completion date) Repair of utility cuts in roadway begins. Paving of roadway begins, followed by speed hump installation and painting of speed humps, intersection stop bars and crosswalks. HALLOWEEN Update: Reyes Construction will work on Monday, October 30th. At the [...]
Tuesday, October 17, 2023 Stormwater Management and Climate Resilience Study Presentation 6:00 PM Monthly Council Meeting 7:00 PM The Town Council will meet at the new Town Meeting Room. Residents may attend in person or virtually. 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 [...]
Dear Residents, In early September, Washington Gas completed Phase #1 of the Washington Gas Franklin Street gas main replacement project. This work was completed in six weeks, largely due to the cooperation and patience of Washington Gas construction supervisor, Jeff Sirk, and all the Franklin Street residents directly affected by this work. Wednesday, October 18th, marks the beginning of Phase #2 of this project. MT Laney, the Washington Gas contractor for this phase, hopes to complete this work no later than the week of Thanksgiving (weather permitting). The work includes milling the roadway, replacing 1300 linear feet of concrete curb/gutter, replacement of [...]
Town Council will meet at the Town Office, Suite 120 10401 Connecticut Avenue on Monday, September 25, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. Immediately following the Call to Order, the Council will entertain a motion to enter closed session pursuant to the Open Meetings Act (Maryland Code, General Provisions Article), Sec. 3-305(b)(1) to discuss the appointment, employment, assignment, promotion, discipline, demotion, compensation, removal, resignation, or performance evaluation of appointees, employees, or officials over whom this public body has jurisdiction; any other personnel matter that affects one or more specific individuals.
Wednesday, September 20, 2023 Work Session 6:00 PM Monthly Council Meeting 7:00 PM The Town Council will meet in person at the new Town Meeting Room located at 10401 Connecticut Ave, Suite 103 Kensington, MD 20895 (commonly referred to as the "Bakers Union building") View Agenda 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 [...]
Bulk pick-up is Saturday, September 2. 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.