The ANC is seeking the community’s input on our collective vision for the future of the Chevy Chase Community Center.
The results will be used to report to the Mayor and the City Council recommendations on next steps to bring the Community Center up to the standards that the community expects and deserves. This 7-10 minute survey can be completed on line from any device by going to https://cccc.questionpro.com/
ANC Visits to Other Community Centers January 9-13, 2017
January 2017 Update – Working Group Site Visits (Jan. 9 – 13)
Click on the links below to access photos and drawings taken during the working group site visits to the following Department of Parks & Recreation (DPR) locations: Deanwood Recreation Center and Library, Raymond Recreation Center and the Rosedale Community Center and Library.
November 2016 Update
Click on the links below to access photos and drawings of the Chevy Chase Community Center. You may refer to these throughout the community engagement process as a reference point for our public discussions.
In fall 2014, Club 60+ (Chevy Chase’s wellness program for Ward 3 & 4 seniors), Northwest Neighbors Village and IONA Senior Services joined together and submitted a proposed resolution for ANC 3/4 G to consider.
The resolution cited the DC Office on Aging’s Age-Friendly DC initiative as the impetus for requesting immediate attention to renovate the Chevy Chase Community Center. Their resolution also drew attention to the fact that Ward 3 is one of only two wards across the city that still does not have a senior wellness center available for its senior residents today.
ANC 3/4G in recognition of its commitment to advise DC government on various issues including “recreation, social services, health and safety” unanimously passed the resolution 7:0. It was submitted to the Executive Office of the Mayor, the Department of Parks and Recreation, the DC Office on Aging (DCOA), the Chairman of the DC Council, Ward 3 & Ward 4 Councilmembers Cheh and Bowser and the Chair of the DC Council Committee on Health.
To date, there has been no response from any of the recipients. ANC 3/4G will resume its advocacy on behalf of our constituents in 2015 by reaching out to all of the various stakeholders that use the Chevy Chase Community Center inviting their participation and input to re-imagine what a renovated center could mean for all of our residents to enjoy.
If you would like to be a part of this effort, please contact ANC 3/4G’s Office Manager or the respective Commissioners working on this project – Commissioner Cook and Commissioner Shapiro.