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Pandemic Umemployment Benefits – What Rights Do I Have?

End of the Pandemic Unemployment Benefits – What Rights Do I Have? Which benefits are ending? DC has had three special unemployment programs that expire September 4, 2021: Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation, or PEUC, extending the time you could receive regular … Continue reading

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End of Pandemic Benefits Fact Sheet

On September 4, 2021, in accordance with federal law, several federal unemployment benefits offered through the American Rescue Plan Act will end. If you are currently receiving one of the following benefits, this notice is important for you. The following … Continue reading

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Unemployment Benefits

The mayor has published the following information regarding unemployment benefits For those independent contractors who have gotten a financial lifeline from Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) payments, those payments will END on Sept. 4. This is because federal funding through the … Continue reading

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COVID Updates in DC

COVID MASKS UPDATE   Effective Saturday, July 31, 2021, all people 2 years and older will be required to wear masks indoors, no matter their vaccine status.  This updated guidance is in response to a significant increase in the daily COVID case rate.     … Continue reading

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Summer Holidays – No Construction Allowed

With a few holidays coming our way, we want to encourage everyone to stay safe and to remember that construction is not permitted on District holidays without an active after hours permit. On the following holidays construction work is illegal and … Continue reading

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DCRA Headquarters Reopening For In-Person Services

In response to improving health metrics across the District, DCRA will reopen on Monday, July 12. As of this writing, customers will enter the building using a numbered system to ensure that only safe numbers of people are admitted and … Continue reading

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DC Public Libraries Update

DC Public Libraries Update On June 1, the DC Public Library will increase occupancy at all open locations. Customers will be allowed to browse the collection and sit at a table or in lounge areas to read, study, or work. … Continue reading

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Mayor’s Vaccine and City’s program to help pay DC citizens rent and utility bills.

May 21, 2021 Letter from the Mayor Dear Washingtonians, On Saturday, May 1, more than 1,000 volunteers came out to help neighbors across DC make a plan to get vaccinated. Tomorrow, we will canvass the city again — at 9 … Continue reading

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Residential Parking Fees to Increase

The DC Department of Motor Vehicles (DC DMV) recently announced a new tiered structure for the residential parking permit (RPP) fee becomes effective June 1, 2021. The annual fee for a one-year RPP sticker for the first vehicle registered at … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Vaccines Available At Providence Ages 18 & Over

Starting May 1, 2021, DC Residents can either: (1) go to Providence for an unscheduled walk-in COVID-19 shot Monday thru Thursday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM ; or (2) Directly schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointments:  Providence will still offer 74 … Continue reading

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