ANC 6A Purpose

The Advisory Neighborhood Commissions consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods, including traffic, parking, recreation, street improvements, liquor licenses, zoning, economic development, police protection, sanitation and trash collection, and the District’s annual budget.

In each of these areas, the intent of the ANC legislation is to ensure input from an advisory board that is made up of the residents of the neighborhoods that are directly affected by government action. The ANCs are the body of government with the closest official ties to the people in a neighborhood.  Commissioners serve as unpaid volunteers.

The ANCs present their positions and recommendations on issues to various District government agencies, the Executive Branch, and the Council. They also present testimony to independent agencies, boards and commissions, usually under rules of procedure specific to those entities. By law, the ANCs may also present their positions to Federal agencies.

Grants: Special rules for the awarding of grants apply during the COVID-19 Health Emergency. ANCs may approve grants to an organization providing humanitarian relief, including food or supplies, during the public health emergency, or otherwise assisting in the response to the public health emergency anywhere in the District of Columbia, even if those services are duplicative of services also performed by the District government in its place. These special grant rules are scheduled to expire on October 10, 2020.

For information about the grant application process, visit the Other Documents page.


moveDC 2021 Survey

DDOT is requesting your help to get feedback on moveDC, the District’s long-range transportation plan. The press release below shares background on the plan and upcoming engagement opportunities.

Please fill out the survey, review the website, attend our engagement events, and share the links below with your networks:


DC Parent University

This is a resource for parents interacting with District of Columbia Public Schools while they navigate home education for their children.

Slow Street Initiative

To submit suggestions for or concerns about additional street designations in ANC 6A, please read the following document and click on the link for ANC 6A’s DDOT representatives.  Send your request to Ward 6 Community Engagement Specialist, Andrew DeFrank.

To respond to the DDOT questionaire for Slow Streets, please click on the following link:

Recordings of the April – July 2020 ANC 6A Meetings can be accessed at

Please scroll down this page to ANC 6A Virtual Meeting Information for instructions to access current ANC 6A commission and committee meetings on WebEx.

ANC 6A Virtual Meeting Information

Due to the ongoing Health Emergency in the District, ANC 6A’s commission and committee meetings will be conducted over WebEx.

Please note that community members joining meetings will be automatically placed in “Attendee” mode and will remain muted throughout the meeting. Community members should use the Q&A window to type questions or request to verbally relay their questions to Presenters or Commissioners.  At their discretion, the Chair will recognize individual community members to speak at which time individual’s lines will be temporarily unmuted. Individuals who need to make presentations regarding particular agenda items should coordinate logistics with the appropriate commissioner or committee chair, especially if any materials need to be shared with commissioners during the meeting.

Agendas for each meeting can be found on the Agendas page of this website.  Access details for each meeting can be found on the Community Calendar page of this website.

Using WebEx

On a Desktop or Laptop Computer:

    1. Click the “Attendee Link” for the meeting you want to join (listed below for each meeting). The Meeting Information page will appear.
    2. Under “Join Event Now”, enter your name, email address, and the meeting password.
    3. Click Join Now. If you have previously installed the WebEx extension, you will be joined to the meeting at this time.
    4. If you have not used WebEx before, the Cisco WebEx Meetings desktop app installer will download. Double-click the executable (.exe) file to join your meeting.
    5. Accept the Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
    6. You will be joined to the meeting.

If you would like to test your system before the meeting (and pre-install the WebEx browser extension) visit:

On a Tablet (iPad, etc.):

When using a tablet, it may be easier to pre-install the Cisco WebEx Meetings app before the meeting. When you want to join the meeting.

    1. Open the WebEx app.
    2. Press “Join Meeting.”
    3. Enter the event number. (Information for each meeting can be found under the meeting listing on the Community Calendar page.)
    4. Enter your name and email.
    5. Enter the event password.
    6. Join the meeting.

By Phone:

Call 202-860-2110 .
When prompted to enter the access code, use the “Event Number” for the meeting you wish to join.

Please note that Community members joining by phone will remain in Listen Only mode throughout the call and will not have the ability to speak at any point.

C Street NE Final Design Plans

Florida Avenue NE Streetscape – 90% Design

K Street NE Corridor Study

Register Your Child in DCPL’s Books from Birth Program to receive free books from birth until their 5th Birthday

17th & 19th Street Redesign Plans

Maryland Avenue Pedestrian Safety Project – 65% Construction Design

Reminder: Check the Community Calendar for cancellations

Public Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month, 7 p.m.
at Miner Elementary School, 601 15th Street NE.

ANC 6A Commissioners

Front Row: Sondra Phillips-Gilbert (6A07), Ruth Ann Hudson (6A05), Stephanie Zimny, (6A06), Marie-Claire Brown ( 6A01), Amber Gove (6A04), Chair

Back Row: Brian Alcorn, Treasurer (608), Mike Soderman, Secretary (6A03), Phil Toomajian, Vice-Chair (6A02)