Centennial Conversations — Planning for Industrial Neighbors


Conversations on Planning and Citizen Engagement


The Committee of 100 on the Federal City is marking our 100th anniversary by hosting seven public conversations on topics of interest to DC residents, neighborhood commissioners, elected officials, students, academics, neighborhood association members ­– all who care about our nation’s capital and call it home.

Planning for Industrial Neighbors

Trash Transfer Stations, Utilities and Bus Garages


How to best live with stuff you’ve got to have?

Uwe Brandes, Georgetown University Urban &

Regional Planning Program

Taalib-Din Uqdah, Northern Bus Barn Neighbors

Maureen Holman, DC Water

Thursday, April 13, 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Click here to register for this event.


Event is in person and will be recorded.  There will be time for questions from the audience.

  Light refreshments afterwards.

Location:  First Congregational UCC, 945 G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 – 10th, and G Streets, N.W.

Between Gallery Place and Metro Center stations.  $10 event parking in building garage at 980 G Place off 10 Street, N.W.

A beautiful and livable Washington, DC for all.