The Alexandria, Virginia government and the Alexandria Health Department (AHD) provide updates on coronavirus (COVID-19) in the City of Alexndria.
Alexandria Library announced that all facilities will be closed and outreach services suspended until further notice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Due to the on-going COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Alexandria, Virginia Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities (RPCA) has made the following service adjustments.
The City of Alexandria, Virginia invites the community to learn more about City government through the upcoming City Academy, Senior Academy, Community Fire Academy, Community Police Academy, Community Sheriff’s Academy, and Community Commonwealth’s Attorney Academy.
The Carlyle Towers Condominiums monthly newsletter ‘The Chronicle’ is published by the Board of Directors for the benefit of Carlyle Towers residents.
In addition to being very walkable and near public transportation, Carlyle has a plethora of car sharing locations in the neighborhood and around Alexandria, Virginia.
Two Capital Bikeshare (CaBi) docking stations are conveniently located in Carlyle and part of Alexandria, Virginia’s Bikeshare system.
We have learned that residents can expect INCREASED traffic and possible protests around the Courthouse today (Friday) as there is a case involving the recent Donald Trump executive order being heard at the Courthouse today.
A working smoke detector and sprinkler system is credited with saving the life of an Alexandria resident on Saturday October 11, 2014. Details…
Some of these changes affect Carlyle so pay attention below.
The City of Alexandria is under a Winter Weather Advisory until noon today. City crews have been working throughout the morning in response to this morning’s snowfall and are treating primary roads and some secondary routes; however, untreated surfaces, particularly in neighborhoods, may be dangerous. Residents are advised to use caution while driving today.
The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Flood Advisory for Alexandria and Washington, D.C. until 1:00 a.m. this evening. If you are out near the waterfront, you may want to jot the high tide times down.