The District Bridges Chevy Chase Main Street program serves the businesses, organizations, and individuals who live, work and play in this unique community. Our Main Street programs provide direct technical assistance to local businesses to help them thrive. We also plan local events and promotions that draw people to the neighborhoods, create volunteer opportunities, and connect stakeholders.
Tenleytown Main Street (TMS) is a community-based nonprofit organization that works with residents and local businesses to strengthen the economic vitality of Tenleytown. We seek to achieve a business district that is a thriving, walkable, and friendly neighborhood center that retains its small town feel with up-to-date urban amenities.
Aims to preserve our neighborhood's natural resources while enthusiastically embracing smart, transit-oriented development that supports our diverse small businesses.
The Chevy Chase Community Listserv is a moderated discussion forum where over 5,300 residents in Chevy Chase, DC and Maryland share information, seek advice and address community and area-wide issues. This listserv was founded on April 6, 2001 and is independent of any organization.
News about local businesses and items of interest to the local Chevy Chase community.
A neighborhood email list for people who live, work, and enjoy the Washington, DC neighborhood of Cleveland Park and other nearby neighborhoods. It's a way to meet, exchange news, and find out what's happening in the area. The Cleveland Park Listserv is Washington's most vibrant electronic community.
Forest Hills Connection is an e-magazine about news and life in our neighborhood, which for the purposes of this publication includes Wakefield, North Cleveland Park and the more-famous-but-not-officially-named Van Ness. We want to bring the activities, interests and talents within our community to light. We also hope to create a deeper sense of community.
Positive Aging SourceBook was founded in 1990 to provide individuals, families, and professionals with the most comprehensive listing of every retirement community, assisted living, nursing and rehab center and home care option in the DC, Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland. It has since expanded to two more regional editions covering the State of Maryland, and the Delaware Valley Region (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware).