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The Committee of 100 on the Federal City

​Since its founding in 1923, the Committee of 100 on the Federal City has championed the fundamental values of the L’Enfant and McMillan Plans to sustain the distinction, beauty, and varied neighborhoods of the nation’s capital. As independent advocates for sound planning, we are active city-wide in land-use, housing, transportation, historic preservation, and the environment.

The Committee’s vision of a beautiful and livable city for all has guided the Committee’s actions and priorities throughout its history.

 

 

Conversations on Planning and Citizen Engagement

In the Spring of 2024, the Committee of 100 hosted two events on issues facing Downtown DC.

Creating a Vibrant Downtown

Part 1 – Recorded April 24, 2024

Pictured, from left to right, are Nancy MacWood, Vice Chair, C100; Vicki Davis, Managing Partner of Urban Atlantic; Gerren Price, President and CEO of the DowntownDC Business Improvement District;  John Rennie Short, Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland Baltimore; and Carol Aten, C100’s moderator.

 

Creating a Vibrant Downtown

Part 2 – Recorded May 16, 2024

Pictured, from the left to right, are Tracy Hadden Loh, a Fellow with the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking at Brookings Metro;  Leona Agouridis, President and CEO of the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District;  and Carol Aten, C100’s moderator. Not pictured is Paul R. Levy, Executive Director of the Center City Foundation in Philadelphia, who joined via Zoom.

Active Initiatives

Rental Housing Assistance

Rental Housing Assistance

The District of Columbia provides several forms of rental assistance to low-income tenants to promote housing stability and to avoid potential displacement...

Public Housing

Public Housing

C100 has recognized the crucial role of public housing for DC’s most vulnerable residents. Through the DC Housing Authority (DCHA), the District government...

Zoning Regulation Revisions

Zoning Regulation Revisions

The Zoning Act of March 1, 1920 established the Zoning Commission for the District of Columbia.  With impetus from the Lewis Commission of 1950, a more...

Downtown

Downtown

Office buildings dominate DC’s Downtown. However, the shift in office habits prompted by the coronavirus pandemic has caused Downtown to be emptier…

Housing

Housing

Mission Statement: The Committee of 100 on the Federal City advocates for a racially and economically inclusive city through policies and programs that will...

C100 Archives

Newsletter Archive

Past Committee of 100 Newsletters can be found by clicking the button below.

 

 

Paper Archives

The Committee of 100’s hard-copy archives for the years 1932-2011 are kept at the George Washington University Gelman Library.  Links to the finding aids are below and should help a researcher locate individual records at the library. Records later than 2011 are maintained by the C100 administrator.

Press Release Archive

Past Committee of 100 Press Releases can be found by clicking the button below.

 

 

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