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The Committee of 100 on the Federal City was founded in 1923 to act as a force of conscience in the evolution of the nation’s capital city. It was formed to sustain and to safeguard the fundamental values derived from the tradition of the L’Enfant Plan and the McMillan Commission — that give the nation’s capital so much of its distinction, its beauty, and its grace as a community.


The Planning Subcommittee responds to what is being proposed in a land use plan.


The Zoning Subcommittee seeks to promote land use policies and practices that are in conformance with the city’s Comprehensive Plan.

Parks & Open Space

The Parks and Open Space Subcommittee preserves parks and open space in Washington, D.C. in line with the principles of the McMillan Plan.


The Transportation Sub-Committee will advise the Board and membership in its ongoing efforts to connect all parts of the city and to reduce the impacts of commuter traffic.

Historic Preservation

The Historic Preservation Subcommittee protects and preserves the significant historic properties, vistas, landscapes, and archaeology of D.C.