Citizens Association of Georgetown | CAG
The Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) preserves the historic character, quality of life and aesthetic values of Georgetown. CAG runs a number of community programs including organizing Block Captains, Trees for Georgetown, Concerts in the Park, and an Oral History Project. CAG monitors and advocates for issues regarding traffic, parking, trash, rat abatement, and public space. Students are welcome to attend monthly meetings to learn more about the community we share.
Burleith Citizens Association (BCA)
The Burleith Citizens Association (BCA), is a volunteer organization representing all residents and property owners in Burleith and is dedicated to promoting our community’s quality of life. The BCA sponsors numerous community events throughout the year to give residents a chance to meet and renew acquaintances with neighbors, GU colleagues, students, and local officials, including a winter holiday party, summer picnic, family friendly Halloween party, and neighborhood clean ups. We invite students to participate in these events, join the BCA, and help us enhance Burleith’s quality of life.
Foxhall Community Citizens Association (FCCA)
The Foxhall Community Citizens Association (FCCA) is a volunteer organization for the neighborhoods west of the Georgetown University Campus and Glover Archibald Park that promotes the general interest of residentsand homeowners. The FCCA organizes annual community events including a family friendly neighborhood party, a community yard sale, a Halloween costume party, and an annual clean up of Hardy Park. The FCCA publishes a newsletter six times a year and maintains an email listserv. FCCA holds monthly membership meetings at the Hardy Recreation Center with guests speakers of interest to FCCA members.
Cloisters West Homeowners Association (CWHOA)
The Cloisters West community is incorporated as a homeowners association that oversees the tree-lined community located in the northwest corner of historic Georgetown. The CWHOA is comprised of a five member governing board who are elected from the homeowners. The CWHOA seeks to protect the interests of residents and homeowners and governs by adherence to the standards embodied in their Covenants. CWHOA holds monthly board meetings and is responsible for maintaining and enhancing common areas while also assuring the quality, attractiveness, and investment values of the entire community.