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COVID-19 Response

Committed to Keeping Capitol Hill Clean & Safe

Capitol Hill BID (and all the DC BIDs) are in contact with DC Department of Public Works via periodic conference calls to ensure operations can continue as normally as possible. In addition to our regular routines, our clean team wipe down trash receptacles and bus shelters on a daily basis.

For the health and safety of our team members, schedules may be modified to limit unnecessary contact. The BID is prepared to continue to provide all clean and safe services to our community and update with any modifications if the need arises.

To stay up to date, don’t forget to subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter and follow us on Twitter @CapitolHillBID

Resources to Learn More

Government of the District of Columbia and Mayor Muriel Bowser have created a website dedicated to providing important information and resources specifically for people in the DC area. To learn more about safety and the most up to date news about COVID-19 in the District, visit https://coronavirus.dc.gov/.

The Capitol Hill Community has stepped up as well to create important resources for our neighborhood. For more specific information in Ward 6, Councilmember Charles Allen has been posting updates on his own website: www.charlesallenward6.com/Eastern Market Main Street and Barracks Row Main Street have also done their part compiling resources for residents and businesses owners.

Phase Two of ReOpen DC

Monday June 22, Mayor Bowser began Phase Two of reopening.

 Phase Two allowed the safe return of business such as indoor non-essential businesses with limited capacity, revised services from personal services by appointment, and limited indoor dining for restaurants. The entire plan for Phase Two of Reopening and related resources can be found at coronavirus.dc.gov/phasetwo.

Please remember that Phase Two continues to require all individuals to maintain a distance of at least six (6) feet from persons not in their household, wear a mask or face covering to protect yourself and others, and large gatherings of more than fifty (50) individuals continue to be prohibited