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Union Station News – New Signage and Paint Striping at Columbus Plaza

The Union Station stakeholders continue to implement traffic enforcement and other recommendations for Columbus Plaza…

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DC BID Council Director’s OpEd About BIDs and Their Homeless Outreach Efforts

Natalie Avery, Executive Director of the DC BID Council, wrote an OpEd in the Washington Post last week…

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Capitol Hill BID and Ready, Willing & Working Testimonials

While our Ready, Willing & Working program is a charity, we’re also in the business of providing opportunity to the homeless and formerly incarcerated…

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Bike to Work Day is May 15; Register for Our Pit Stop at Eastern Market Metro Plaza

The Capitol Hill BID will be hosting a pit stop at the Eastern Market Metro plaza from 7:00AM – 9:00AM on Friday, May 15th.

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Spring Planting Has Begun!

The BID’s landscaping team has begun their spring planting with the public space planters along Barracks Row.

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BID Board Chairman Phil Truluck Stepping Down; Retiring from The Heritage Foundation After 38 Years

Phil Truluck, the BID’s Chairman of the Board since April 2014, has announced he is stepping down from his post at the end of the month…

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Recycling Program Continues to Expand with Twelve New Recycle Cans

New recycling receptacles will soon be coming to the Capitol Hill BID…

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DC Circulator Bus Stop Relocation Near Union Station; New Summer Hours Begin Monday, March 30

As of March 29th, buses on the Union Station to Navy Yard route will only serve the Union Station stop at Massachusetts Avenue, NE, and Columbus Circle, NE (westbound)…

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BID Awarded Keep America Beautiful – Cigarette Litter Prevention Program Grant

The BID is excited to announce that we have been awarded a Keep America Beautiful Cigarette Litter Prevention Program (CLPP) Grant for 2015!

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BID Taxes Can Now Be Paid Online via E-Check!

The Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) has implemented an eCheck payment option for property owners who would like to pay their Business Improvement District (BID) taxes online.

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Soft Opening for Information Pavilion on Union Station’s Bus Deck

If you’ve been to the Union Station parking garage and bus deck recently, you may have noticed some changes, including a new information pavilion…

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Join Us for Our Annual Membership Meeting Breakfast on February 24th

The BID’s Annual Membership Meeting Breakfast will be held Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at The Hill Center.

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BID Members: Please Sign and Return All Proxy Ballots to BID ASAP

The BID is asking all of its members to sign and return any and all proxy ballots they received in the mail.

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Tickets on Sale for 7th Annual Magic & Miracles

Tickets are on sale for Ready, Willing & Working’s 7th Annual Magic & Miracles benefit, “The Future is Bright,” to be held Thursday, December 4, 2014 at The Atlas Performing Arts Center on H Street, NE, from 6:00pm – 9:00pm.

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The UPS Store® on Capitol Hill Adds 3D Printing to Service Offerings

Following the successful launch of 3D print in six markets across the country, The UPS Store® is expanding 3D printing services…

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Capitol Hill BID Wins IDA Award for Ready, Willing & Working Program

Capitol Hill Business Improvement District named recipient of a 2014 Downtown Merit Award by the International Downtown Association for RWW

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Shop on AmazonSmile and Support Ready, Willing & Working

These days, nearly everyone shops on Amazon.com, so why not help support Ready, Willing & Working at the same time? Ready, Willing & Working (RWW) is a 501(c)3 non profit organization…

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Summer Hours In Effect for Circulator’s Union Station to Navy Yard Route

Enjoy Extended Circulator Hours This Summer and Bus to the Ballpark!

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Capitol Hill BID Seeking Event Planning Intern

The Capitol Hill BID is seeking a part-time (8-10 hr/week) event planning intern…

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Register Your CCTV With MPD

The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is reaching out to the business community to ask for your support…

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