District of Columbia

Council of the District of Columbia

The Council of the District of Columbia is composed for 13 members, eight representing the city's wards, four elected at-large, and the chairman. The Council’s primary role is to make laws. Other responsibilities include oversight of multiple agencies, commissions, and boards.
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington  District Of Columbia  20004
United States
dccouncil@dccouncil.us (202) 724-8000 Website URL Facebook URL Twitter URL

D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT)

D.C.'s Department of Transportation (DDOT) develops and maintains the District's transportation system, including street maintenance, the Circulator bus network, and street trees.
55 M Street SE
Suite 400
Washington  District Of Columbia  20003
United States
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D.C. Office of Planning (OP)

The D.C. Office of Planning (OP) performs planning for neighborhoods, corridors, districts, historic preservation, public facilities, parks and open spaces, and individual sites.
1100 4th Street SW
Suite E650
Washington  District Of Columbia  20024
United States
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