St. Elizabeths West Public Comments
Casey Trees recommends that the U.S. General Services Administration Select the Compact plan to preserve as many existing trees as possible at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) headquarters consolidation at St. Elizabeths west campus.
Events DC Response to Volunteer Comments on RFK Campus Redevelopment
Dear Volunteers, Thank you for providing the comments submitted by a number of Casey Tree Advocates on the first phase of the Robert F. Kennedy Stadium Campus Redevelopment Project.
Small Cell Design Guideline Comments
October 4, 2018 Public Space Committee District Department of Transportation 1100 4th Street SW Washington, DC 20024 RE: Small Cell Design Guideline Comments Dear Committee Members:…
Southern Hills Testimony
Testimony of Kristin Taddei, Planning Advocate, Casey Trees September 19, 2018 Before the Board of Zoning Adjustment on Redevelopment of 304 Livingston Terrace SE BZA Case…
Sustainability Guide For Historic Documents Public Comments
June 28, 2018 Julianna Jackson District of Columbia Office of Planning 1100 4th Street SW, Suite 650 East Washington, DC 20024 RE: Draft Sustainability Guide of…
Connecticut Ave Streetscape and Deck-Over Project Public Comments
May 16, 2018 Ali Agahi Project Manager District Department of Transportation 55 M Street SE, Suite 400 Washington, DC 20003 RE: Connecticut Avenue Streetscape and Deck-Over…
NCPC Parks and Open Space Element Public Comments
With the update to the Parks & Open Space Element of the Federal Comprehensive Plan, the commission has an opportunity to create robust policies that lead to greener and more inviting tree-filled parks that benefit our regional community.
St. Paul’s College Townhome Development Testimony
National Desert Storm Memorial Comments
Given these goals and results, we continue to urge NPS and NCPC to select the Constitution & 23rd site for the Memorial. Of all the potential Memorial locations, Constitution & 23rd is the only one that would grow tree canopy in downtown Washington, D.C.
Southeast Boulevard and Barney Circle Public Comments #2
We appreciate the opportunity to share our vision for a new Southeast Boulevard in Ward 6 – the ward with the lowest tree canopy in D.C. We look forward to working with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) during the design phase to incorporate new trees into a space where none exist today.
South Mall Campus Master Plan Public Comments
The Smithsonian Institution’s (SI) master plan to renovate the south mall campus involves replacing the roof system of the underground Quadrangle Building situated below the Enid A. Haupt Garden (the Garden). The most recent version of the EIS identifies Master Plan Alternatives B, D, and F.
Southeast Boulevard Environmental Assessment Public Comments
We appreciate the opportunity to share our vision for a new Southeast Boulevard in ward 6 – the ward with the lowest tree canopy in D.C. We look forward to working with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) during the environmental assessment (EA) and subsequent design phase to incorporate new trees into a space where none exist today.
LeDroit Park Green Infrastructure Public Comments
These installations will grow the tree canopy of LeDroit Park, benefitting residents and visitors. In order to further reduce the volume of stormwater runoff and pollution flowing into the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers, we suggest incorporating the following recommendations into this phase two design.
National Desert Storm War Memorial Public Comments
The two sites proposed for the Memorial showcase healthy, mature trees which provide shade, manage stormwater, and attract local wildlife. Designing a memorial that incorporates and preserves these trees will help the District achieve its environmental goals and enhance the visitor experience.
Casey Trees and C&O Canal Public Comments
The preservation and restoration of C&O Canal Park is a tremendous opportunity to transform an underused park into a prized community amenity. We want to ensure that the future C&O Canal Park maintains its historic natural landscape and grows tree canopy, so residents can enjoy a shady, tree-lined canal for many generations.