Join our friends and neighbors in Hillcrest for their upcoming
Hillcrest Day 2019
Whether it’s a flood, blizzard, or hurricane, a disaster can strike the District at any moment. The effects can be devastating to both residents and businesses. A swift and coordinated private sector response can expedite recovery and restore normalcy in the District.
To better prepare and coordinate with the District’s private sector, The DC Business Emergency Management Operations Center (DC BEMOC) would like to invite you to the first bi-annual Business Preparedness day on September 17, 2019 from 9:00-3:00.
This 6 hour event will convene first responders, emergency managers and the District’s private sector partners to:
Pre-registration for this event is required by Friday September 13 by 5:00
For more information about this event or registration, contact DC.BEMOC@dc.gov
*Be prepared show a photo identification when you arrive. There is a free visitor parking lot available. If you prefer to take the Metro, the closest station is Anacostia and the following buses take you to HSEMA: A2, A4, A6, A8, and W3.
Click HERE to Register
Attend the 3rd Annual Ward 7 Business & Community Festival (Ward 7 Day) to purchase from vendors, collect information at the resource tables, socialize with your community, get some good food and have fun!
As our communities and nation continue to struggle with crime, guns, and racial inequity, Penn Branch neighbors gathered for National Night Out. A special thank you to Christopher Dyer DC Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants, MPDC Sixth District Durriyyah Habeebullah, Sixth District and 605 officers.
Thanks to Elson Nash, Stan Benton, Toni Reeves and others for your support and planning this event. And thank you to the many neighbors who came out to support National Night Out.
You can view more photos on our Facebook page, Twitter, and we will soon post to our website. Stay tuned for details about the PBCCA Community Day on August 17th on the 3600 Block of Texas Avenue!
Lots of items were sold including: ceramics, jewelry, kids stuff, bicycles, household goods, baked goods, and everybody’s favorite, Rita’s!
A special thank you to the Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church and Pastor Curry, the neighbors, vendors, businesses and all those who came out to support this event. We look forward to seeing you there again in June 2020.
Check out the picture Gallery below: