City Services

Mayor's 311 Service
The Mayor's City Wide 311 request services allows for individuals to notify the city of items in need of repair or maintenance such as potholes, downed tree branches, broken traffic signals, and more. The MVTCID is committed to utilizing the online site as well as calling into 311 to request services for the neighborhood. If you see a problem, please report it to 311. It would go a long way for our MVT residents and businesses to also provide information to the City.

ANC6E
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6E covers the Mount Vernon Triangle CID.

Councilmember Charles Allen
Councilmember Charles Allen is the Ward 6 representative, which includes the vast majority of Mount Vernon Triangle.

DC Department of Transportation
The Department of Transportation is responsible for planning, designing, and maintaining roads and sidewalks.

DC Office of Planning
The Office of Planning has been instrumental in the development of Mount Vernon Triangle through the MVT Action Agenda in 2003 and the Public Realm Design Study of 2006. Today, both plans are coming to fruition with new buildings, retail, streets, and sidewalks.

DC Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs
The Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs handles many matters, including construction permits, public space permits, vending, liquor licenses, certificate of occupancy, basic business license, etc.

MPD — Police Service Area 102 and 103
The Metropolitan Police Department convenes community meetings every second Thursday of the month for the new PSA 102 and 103.

DC Department of Public Works
The DC Department of Public Works is responsible for cleaning the streets, sidewalks, and alleys, as well as trash removal.

DC Department of Parks & Recreation
The Department of Parks & Recreation is responsible for maintaining and programming parks, pools, and recreation centers, including Cobb Park (Park 1089) at the intersection of 2nd and Massachusetts Avenue, NW.

Northwest1 Library
The Northwest1 Library recently reopened on the east side of Mount Vernon Triangle at the Walker Jones Education Campus and offers book lending, CDs, DVDs, classes, computer lab, job training, lecturers, and story time.

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
WMATA provides bus and Metrorail service to the DC area. Mount Vernon Triangle is ringed by Metro stations: Mt. Vernon Square/Convention Center, Gallery Place/Chinatown, Judiciary Square and Union Station. Bus service consists of the P6, X2, 80, 96, D4, and Circulator.

goDCgo.com 
This site provides transit solutions for getting from here to there in DC.

DC Circulator
The DC Circulator connects the south side of Mount Vernon Triangle to Union Station and Georgetown as well as provides service around the Washington Convention Center to the SW Waterfront, around the National Mall, and now Downtown to Woodley Park.