Code of the District of Columbia

Subchapter V. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.


Part A. General.

§ 1–309.01. Purpose; definitions.

(a)(1) Section 1-207.38 provides that the Council shall, by act, divide the District of Columbia into neighborhood commission areas and establish, for each such area, an Advisory Neighborhood Commission. Such § 1-207.38 was to be effective only if a majority of the qualified electors voting in the charter referendum voted for the establishment of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.

(2) In the charter referendum a majority of the qualified electors did vote to establish such Commissions, and it is the purpose of this part to implement the provisions of § 1-207.38.

(b) Repealed.

(c) For the purposes of this part, the term:

(1) “Board” means the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics.

(2) “Commission” means Advisory Neighborhood Commission.

(2A) "Commissioner" means a member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission.

(2B) "Community" means those residents who reside within a Commission area.

(2C) "DCAPA" means the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure Act, approved October 21, 1968 (82 Stat. 1204; D.C. Official Code § 2-501 et seq.).

(3) “Emergency” means an action taken to immediately preserve the public peace, health, safety, welfare, or morals pursuant to § 2-505(c).

(4) “Gender identity or expression” shall have the same meaning as provided in § 1-1401.02(12A).

(5) "OANC" means the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions established by § 1-309.15.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 2, 22 DCR 2065; Oct. 30, 1975, D.C. Law 1-27, § 4, 22 DCR 2472; Sept. 20, 1977, D.C. Law 2-16, § 2(a), 24 DCR 3336; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(a), 31 DCR 3952; Mar. 6, 1991, D.C. Law 8-203, § 3(a), 37 DCR 8420; Jun. 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 2(a), 47 DCR 2741; June 25, 2008, D.C. Law 17-177, § 2(a), 55 DCR 3696; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(a), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-252.

1973 Ed., § 1-171a.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 13-135 added subsec. (c).

D.C. Law 17-177, in subsec. (c), added par. (4).

Cross References

Criminal justice supervisory board, authority to promulgate rules of procedure, see § 3-904.

Applicability

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to repeal the delayed applicability provision. Therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(a) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.


§ 1–309.02. Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas.

There are hereby established in the District of Columbia Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas, the boundaries of which shall be as depicted on the maps of the District of Columbia annexed to and made a part of this part.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 3, 22 DCR 2066; Oct. 30, 1975, D.C. Law 1-27, § 4, 22 DCR 2472; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(a), 31 DCR 3952.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-253.

1973 Ed., § 1-171a-1.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-309.03.

References in Text

“Maps of the District of Columbia annexed to and made a part of this act,” referred to in this section, are set forth in 22 DCR 2074 to 2081.

Editor's Notes

District boundaries established: Pursuant to §§ 1-309.03 and 1-1011.01, § 2 of D.C. Law 5-13 established the boundaries of both Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas and single-member districts within Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas.


§ 1–309.03. Single-member districts.

(a) The Council shall, by act, establish single-member districts for each of the neighborhood commission areas in § 1-309.02. Such districts shall be established in a timely manner following the receipt of alternate plans from the ward task forces on Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, established by § 1-1041.01. Each single-member district shall have a population of approximately 2,000 people, and shall be as nearly equal as possible. The boundaries of the single-member districts shall conform to the greatest extent possible with the boundaries of the census blocks which are established by the United States Bureau of the Census. Each advisory neighborhood commission area shall be located to the greatest extent possible within the boundaries of 1 election ward. An advisory neighborhood commission area may be located within 2 election wards if the location results from the limitations of census geography or if the location promotes a rational public policy, including, but not limited to, respect for the natural geography of the District, neighborhood cohesiveness, or the development of compact and contiguous areas. Upon adoption of the act establishing such districts, the Council shall cause a description of the boundaries of each such district to be published in the District of Columbia Register.

(b) The Council shall, by act after public hearing by the Council’s Committee of the Whole, make such adjustments in the boundaries of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission single-member districts and the Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas as are necessary as a result of population shifts and changes. Such adjustments shall be made in a timely manner following the receipt of alternative plans from the ward task forces on Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, established by § 1-1041.01. Any adjustments made less than 180 days prior to a regularly scheduled election shall not be effective for that election.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 4, 22 DCR 2066; Oct. 30, 1975, D.C. Law 1-27, § 4, 22 DCR 2472; June 23, 1981, D.C. Law 4-14, § 2(a), 28 DCR 2132; Mar. 16, 1982, D.C. Law 4-87, § 5(a), 29 DCR 433; Mar. 10, 1983, D.C. Law 4-199, § 7, 30 DCR 119; June 22, 1983, D.C. Law 5-13, § 3, 30 DCR 2433; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(a), 31 DCR 3952; Mar. 8, 1991, D.C. Law 8-240, § 3, 38 DCR 337.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-254.

1973 Ed., § 1-171b.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-1041.02, § 25-336, and § 25-340.01.

Cross References

Elections, ward task forces, reports, see § 1-1041.02.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary (90 day) establishment of boundaries, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Emergency Act of 2002 (D.C. Act 14-359, April 30, 2002, 49 DCR 4639).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Establishment Emergency Amendment Act of 2002 (D.C. Act 14-451, July 23, 2002, 49 DCR 7873).

For temporary (90 day) establishment and applicability of Advisory Neighborhood Commission and single-member district area boundaries, see §§ 2, 3 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Emergency Act of 2012 (D.C. Act 19-341, April 8, 2012, 59 DCR 2788).

For temporary (90 days) amendment of this section, see § 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5C Allotments Authorization Emergency Amendment Act of 2014 (D.C. Act 20-297, March 14, 2014, 61 DCR 2564, 20 DCSTAT 3064).

Temporary Legislation

Section 2 of D.C. Law 19-145 establishes boundaries for Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas and single-member districts within Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas.

Section 3 of D.C. Law 19-145 provided:

“Sec. 3. Applicability of boundaries.

“(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the ANC and SMD boundaries set forth in section 2(a) shall apply as of January 2, 2013.

“(b) The ANC and SMD boundaries set forth in section 2(a) shall apply for purposes of administering the November 6, 2012 election, including determining qualifications for candidacy and the residence of a person signing a nominating petition for the November 6, 2012 election.”

Section 7(b) of D.C. Law 19-145 provided that the act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect.

Editor's Notes

District boundaries established: Pursuant to §§ 1-309.03 and 1-1011.01, § 2 of D.C. Law 5-13 established the boundaries of both Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas and single-member districts within Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas.

District boundaries established: D.C. Law 6-7, effective July 17, 1985, amended the narrative descriptions of the boundaries of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions 5A, 5B, 8A and 8C, and amended the map description of the boundaries of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 8A.

Pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, § 2 of D.C. Law 9-112 established the boundaries of both Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas and single-member districts within Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas.

D.C. Law 9-174, effective October 3, 1992, amended D.C. Law 9-112 to change the boundaries of single-member districts 1C03, 1C04, and 1C05.

Pursuant to section (a) of this section, § 2 of D.C. Law 14-133, as amended by § 2 of D.C. Law 14-213, established boundaries for Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas and single-member districts within Advisory Neighborhood Commission areas.

Section 18 of D.C. Law 14-310 amended § 2(a) of D.C. Law 14-133 to change the narrative descriptions of the boundaries of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions SMD 3D01 and SMD 3D06.

Section 2(a) of D.C. Law 19-157 established, pursuant to section 4(a) of the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, effective October 10, 1975 (D.C. Law 1-21; D.C. Official Code § 1-309.03(a)), Advisory Neighborhood Commission (“ANC”) areas and single-member district (“SMD”) areas within ANC areas, the boundaries of which shall be depicted on the official maps of the District of Columbia according to the following legal descriptions:

Description of ANC 1A Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Spring Road; East on Spring Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road to Park Place; South on Park Place to Michigan Avenue; West on Michigan Avenue to Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to the continuation of Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Fuller Street; West on Fuller Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Spring Road the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Spring Road; East on Spring Road to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Ogden Street; Northwest on Ogden Street to Perry Place; West on Perry Place to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Spring Road, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Perry Place; East on Perry Place to Ogden Street; Southeast on Ogden Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to Holmead Place; South on Holmead Place to Monroe Street; Southwest on Monroe Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Newton Street; Northwest on Newton Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Perry Place, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Harvard Court; South along a line bearing due south from the intersection of Columbia Road and Harvard Court to its intersection with Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Irving Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Spring Road and 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to Holmead Place; South on Holmead Place to Park Road; Northeast on Park Road to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Spring Road; West on Spring Road to 14th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Newton Street; Southeast on Newton Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Monroe Street; Northeast on Monroe Street to Holmead Place; South on Holmead Place to Park Road; Southwest on Park Road to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Irving Street; West on Irving Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Newton Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street and Park Road; Northeast on Park Road to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street to Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Kenyon Street; West on Kenyon Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to Irving Street; West on Irving Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Park Road, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Spring Road and 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Spring Road; Northwest on Spring Road to 13th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe Street and Park Road; East on Park Road to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Newton Place; East on Newton Place to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Park Road; East on Park Road to Park Place; North on Park Place to Rock Creek Church Road; West on Rock Creek Church Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Monroe Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe Street and Park Road; East on Park Road to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Newton Place; East on Newton Place to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Lamont Street; West on Lamont Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Keefer Place; West on Keefer Place to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Kenyon Street; West on Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Monroe Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A10 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Sherman Avenue and Kenyon Street; South on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; East on Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue to Park Place; North on Park Place to Park Road; West on Park Road to Warder Street; South on Warder Street to Lamont Street; West on Lamont Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Keefer Place; West on Keefer Place to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Kenyon Street; West on Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A11 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Kenyon Street and Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to Kenyon Street; East on Kenyon Street to Sherman Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1A12 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Columbia Road; South on 16th Street to Fuller Street; East on Fuller Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to the continuation of Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Columbia Road; West on Columbia Road to Harvard Court; South along a line bearing due south from the intersection of Columbia Road and Harvard Court to its intersection with Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to 16th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 1B Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fuller Street and 16th Street; East on Fuller Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to the continuation of Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; East on Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East and then southeast on Michigan Avenue to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Bryant Street; West on Bryant Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to T Street; West on T Street to Wiltberger Street; South on Wiltberger Street to S Street; West on S Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to U Street; West on U Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Fuller Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd Street and V Street; South on 2nd Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to T Street; West on T Street to Wiltberger Street; South on Wiltberger Street to S Street; West on S Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to V Street; East on V Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to W Street; East on W Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to V Street; East on V Street to 2nd Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of S Street and 8th Street; North on 8th Street to V Street; West on V Street to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to W Street; West on W Street to 10th Street; North on 10th Street to Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to S Street; East on S Street to 8th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th Street and Clifton Street; North on 13th Street to Fairmont Street; East on Fairmont Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to Sherman Avenue; South on Sherman Avenue to Barry Place; West on Barry Place to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to Clifton Street; West on Clifton Street to 13th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 12th Street and Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Belmont Street; West on Belmont Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to V Street; East on V Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to Florida Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to V Street; East on V Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Chapin Street; West on Chapin Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to New Hampshire Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Chapin Street and 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Clifton Street; East on Clifton Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to Florida Avenue; West on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Belmont Street; West on Belmont Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Chapin Street; West on Chapin Street to 15th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Euclid Street; North on 16th Street to Fuller Street; East on Fuller Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Girard Street; East on Girard Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to University Place; South on University Place to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to the continuation of Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to 16th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th Street and Girard Street; West on Girard Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to University Place; South on University Place to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Clifton Street; East on Clifton Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Girard Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th Street and Fairmont Street; North on 13th Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard Street to Sherman Avenue; North on Sherman Avenue to Columbia Road; East on Columbia Road to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to 13th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B10 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Columbia Road; East on Columbia Road to Michigan Avenue; East and then southeast on Michigan Avenue to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Bryant Street; West on Bryant Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Howard Place; West on Howard Place to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; East on Fairmont Street to the continuation of 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Girard Street; West on Girard Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Columbia Road, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B11 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Sherman Avenue and Euclid Street; South on Sherman Avenue to Barry Place; West on Barry Place to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to W Street; East on W Street to Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to V Street; East on V Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to W Street; East on W Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to V Street; East on V Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Bryant Street; West on Bryant Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Howard Place; West on Howard Place to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Fairmont Street; West on Fairmont Street to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to Sherman Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1B12 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of U Street, and New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to V Street; East on V Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to S Street; West on S Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to U Street; West on U Street to New Hampshire Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 1C Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and U Street; West on U Street to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line extending Harvard Street from the east; East along said line extending Harvard Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to U Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th Street and Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to Kalorama Road; East on Kalorama Road to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Florida Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to Kalorama Road; East on Kalorama Road to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Biltmore Street; East on Biltmore Street to Cliffbourne Place; North on Cliffbourne Place to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Rock Creek; Southwest along Rock Creek to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Wyoming Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street and Wyoming Avenue; East on Wyoming Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to Biltmore Street; West on Biltmore Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Wyoming Avenue, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Calvert Street and Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line extending Harvard Street from the east; East along said line extending Harvard Street to Harvard Street; East on Harvard Street to Adams Mill Road; Southwest on Adams Mill Road to Summit Place; East on Summit Place to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Ontario Road; Southeast on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Southwest on Lanier Place to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to Adams Mill Road; Southeast on Adams Mill Road to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to Biltmore Street; West on Biltmore Street to Cliffbourne Place; North on Cliffbourne Place to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Rock Creek, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Adams Mill Road and Summit Place; East on Summit Place to 18 Street; South on 18th Street to Ontario Road; Southeast on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Northeast on Lanier Place to Quarry Road; Southeast on Quarry Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on Columbia Road to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to Adams Mill Road; Southwest on Adams Mill Road to Summit Place, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Columbia Road and 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Kalorama Road; Southwest on Kalorama Road to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to Euclid Street; West on Euclid Street to Ontario Road; North on Ontario Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on Columbia Road to the continuation of Ontario Road; Northwest on Ontario Road to Lanier Place; Northeast on Lanier Place to Quarry Road; Southeast on Quarry Road to Columbia Road; Northeast on Columbia Road to 16th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th Street and Florida Avenue; North on 18th Street to Adams Mill Road; Northwest on Adams Mill Road to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Lanier Place; Northeast on Lanier Place to Ontario Road; Southeast on Ontario Road to Columbia Road; Southwest on Columbia Road to the continuation of Ontario Road; South on Ontario Road to Euclid Street; East on Euclid Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Kalorama Road; Southwest on Kalorama Road to Ontario Road; South on Ontario Road to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Seaton Street; East on Seaton Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to U Street; West on U Street to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 18th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1C08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Kalorama Road; Southwest on Kalorama Road to Ontario Road; South on Ontario Road to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to Seaton Street; East on Seaton Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to U Street; East on U Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Kalorama Road, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 1D Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock Creek and a line extending Piney Branch Parkway from the east; East along said line extending Piney Branch Parkway to Piney Branch Parkway; Continuing east on Piney Branch Parkway to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to its end; Continuing west along a line extending Harvard Street to the west to Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line extending Piney Branch Parkway from the east, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1D01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th Street and Newton Street; East and then southeast on Newton Street to Brown Street; Northeast on Brown Street to Oak Street; Southeast on Oak Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Monroe Street; Northwest on Monroe Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Kenyon Street; West on Kenyon Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Newton Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1D02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th Street and Newton Street; North on 17th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Northeast on Piney Branch Parkway to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Oak Street; Northwest on Oak Street to Brown Street; Southwest on Brown Street to Newton Street; Northwest on Newton Street to 17th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1D03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th Street and Newton Street; North on 17th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Southwest on Piney Branch Parkway to Beach Drive; Continuing southwest along a line extending Piney Branch Parkway to Rock Creek; Southwest along Rock Creek to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to Walbridge Place; South on Walbridge Place to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street, and continuing east on a line extending Lamont Street to 19th Street; Southeast on 19th Street to Kilbourne Place; East on Kilbourne Place to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Newton Street; East on Newton Street to 17th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1D04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Monroe Street; Northwest on Monroe Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Monroe Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 1D05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Irving Street; South on 16th Street to Harvard Street; West on Harvard Street to its end; Continuing west on a line extending Harvard Street to Rock Creek; Northwest along the centerline of Rock Creek to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to Walbridge Place; South on Walbridge Place to Lamont Street; East on Lamont Street, and continuing east on a line extending Lamont Street to 19th Street; Southeast on 19th Street to Kilbourne Place; East on Kilbourne Place to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Kenyon Street; East on Kenyon Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Irving Street; East on Irving Street to 16th Street, the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 2A Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek and a line extending N Street from the east; East on said line to N Street; East on N Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to Ward Place; Southeast on Ward Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 17th Street; East on Pennsylvania Avenue to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on Independence Avenue, S.W. to 14th Street, S.W.; Southwest on 14th Street, S.W. to the George Mason Memorial Bridge; Continuing southwest on the George Mason Memorial Bridge to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest on the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection across the Potomac River to the center of the mouth of Rock Creek; Northeast along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue; East on Pennsylvania Avenue to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on Independence Avenue, S.W. to 14th Street, S.W.; Southwest on 14th Street, S.W. to the George Mason Memorial Bridge; Continuing southwest on the George Mason Memorial Bridge to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest along the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection with the Arlington Memorial Bridge; Northeast on the Arlington Memorial Bridge to its intersection with the northeastern shoreline of the Potomac River; Southeast along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending 23rd Street, N.W. to the south; North along said line to 23rd Street; Continuing north on 23rd Street to the E street Expressway; East on the E Street Expressway to 21st Street; North on 21st Street to F Street; East on F Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek with a line extending N Street from the east; East on said line to N Street; Continuing east on N street to 23rd Street South on 23rd Street to L Street; West on L Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest along Pennsylvania Avenue to the centerline of Rock Creek; Northeast along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of Rock Creek; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to I Street; West on I Street to 26th Street; North on 26th Street to K Street; West on K Street to the centerline of Rock Creek; Northwest along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of Rock Creek and K Street; East on K Street to 26th Street; South on 26th Street to I Street; East on I Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Virginia Avenue; Northwest on Virginia Avenue to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to F Street; East on a line extending F Street to the centerline of I-66; South on said centerline of 1-66 to the E Street Expressway; East on the E Street Expressway to 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to Lincoln Memorial Circle; Continuing south along a line extending 23rd Street to its intersection with the northeast shoreline of the Potomac River; Northwest along said shoreline of the Potomac River to the Arlington Memorial Bridge; Southwest on the Arlington Memorial Bridge to the District of Columbia—Commonwealth of Virginia boundary at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northeast along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection to the center of the mouth of Rock Creek; North along the centerline of Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 24th Street and H Street; East on H Street to 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to the E Street Expressway; West on the E Street Expressway to the centerline of I-66; North on said centerline of I-66 to its intersection with a line extending F Street from the west; West on said line to F Street Continuing west on F Street to 25th Street; North on 25th Street to Virginia Avenue; Southeast on Virginia Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of N Street and 23rd Street; East on N Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to Ward Place; Southeast on Ward Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire to N Street; East on N Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to Washington Circle; Continuing northwest on a line extending Pennsylvania Ave across Washington Circle to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 24th and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to I Street; West on I Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to F Street; East on F Street to 21st Street; South on 21st Street to the E Street Expressway; West on the E Street Expressway to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to H Street; West on H Street to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to I Street; West on I Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2A08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of I Street and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to F Street; West on F Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to I Street; East on I Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 2B Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and 19th Street; Northeast on Florida Avenue to U Street; East on U Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to S Street; West on S Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Vermont Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; West on Pennsylvania Avenue to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to N Street; West on N Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Ward Place; Northwest on Ward Place to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to N Street; West on N Street to 25th Street; Continuing west on a line extending N Street west to the centerline of Rock Creek; North along the centerline of Rock Creek to P Street; East on P Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning; [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Swann Street; East on Swann Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Riggs Place; West on Riggs Place to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to R Street; West on R Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and R Street; East on R Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Dupont Circle; Clockwise around Dupont Circle to its southwestern intersection with New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to O Street; West on O Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to P Street; East on P Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New Hampshire Avenue and 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Dupont Circle; Counter-clockwise around Dupont Circle to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to R Street; East on R Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Riggs Place; East on Riggs Place to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th Street and S Street; East on S Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 17th Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 15th Street; South on 15 Street to Vermont Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; West on Pennsylvania Avenue to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of P Street and 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to O Street; East on O Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Dupont Circle; Counter-clockwise around Dupont Circle to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Jefferson Place; East on Jefferson Place to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to N Street; West on N Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Ward Place; Northwest on Ward Place to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to N Street; West on N Street to 25th Street; Continuing west along a line extending N Street west to the centerline of Rock Creek; North on the centerline of Rock Creek to P Street; East on P Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New Hampshire Avenue and Q Street; East on Q Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Jefferson Place; West on Jefferson Place to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Dupont Circle; Counter-clockwise around Dupont Circle to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and U Street; East on U Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to T Street; West on T Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Swann Street; West on Swann Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Florida Avenue; Northeast on Florida Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2B09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and U Street; East on U Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to S Street; West on S Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to T Street; East on T Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 2C Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of I Street and Vermont Avenue; East on I Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Mt. Vernon Place; East on Mt. Vernon Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; South on along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to the point where it crosses beneath Constitution Avenue; East on Constitution Avenue to its intersection with a line extending north from the center line of South Capitol Street through the center of the Capitol building; South along said line to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 15th Street, S.W.; North on 15th Street, S.W. to 15th Street; Continuing north on 15th Street to H Street; West on H Street to Vermont Avenue; North on Vermont Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2C01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of I Street and Vermont Avenue; East on I Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Mt. Vernon Place; East on Mt. Vernon Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to H Street; West on H Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Independence Avenue, SW; West on Independence Avenue to 15th Street, S.W.; North on 15th Street, S.W. to 15th Street; Continuing north on 15th Street to H Street; West on H Street to Vermont Avenue; North on Vermont Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2C02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Massachusetts Ave and 5th Street; Southeast on Massachusetts Ave to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; South along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to its intersection with a line projected east from G Street; West along said line to G Street; Continuing West on G Street to 5th Street; North along 5th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 6th Street and H Street; East on H Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to G Street; East on G Street and continuing east along a line projecting G Street to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; South along said eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to the point where it crosses beneath Constitution Avenue; East on Constitution Avenue to its intersection with a line extending north from the center line of South Capitol Street through the center of the Capitol building; South along said line to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue, S.W. to 9th Street, S.W.; North on 9th Street, S.W. to 9th Street; Continuing north on 9th Street to E Street; East on E Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 2D Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Rock Creek; South on Connecticut Avenue to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to P Street; West on P Street to Rock Creek; North on Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2D01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Rock Creek; South on Connecticut Avenue to California Street; West on California Street to 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to Bancroft Place; West on Bancroft Place to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Rock Creek; Northeast on Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2D02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and California Street; South on Connecticut Avenue to Florida Avenue; Southwest on Florida Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to P Street; West on P Street to Rock Creek; North on Rock Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to Bancroft Place; East on Bancroft Place to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to California Street; East on California Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 2E Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park and the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South along the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and along a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park south to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; South along the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line to its intersection with the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge; Northeast from said intersection to the center of the mouth of Rock Creek; North along the centerline of Rock Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest along Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to the northwest boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West along the northwest boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on Whitehaven Parkway to the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park; West on said boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park and the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South along the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park to the Georgetown Medical Center Service road just south of the New Research Building; East on said road to the Lombardi Cancer Center; Continuing east along the southern edge of the Lombardi Cancer Center to the Pasquerilla Health Center; South along the western edge of the Pasquerilla Health Center to the Leavey parking garage; East along the northern edge of the Leavey parking garage to the existing campus road immediately to the east of the garage. North on said road to Reservoir Road; East on Reservoir Road to 35th Street; North on 35th Street to S Street; East along a line extending S Street east to 34th Street; North on 34th Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on Whitehaven Parkway to the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park; Continuing west along the southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover Archbold Park to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 38th Street and Reservoir Road; South along the existing Georgetown University campus road to a point equidistant from the Darnall Hall building and the westernmost Henle Village building; Northeast along a line equidistant from the Darnall Hall building and the Henle Village buildings until extending as far north as the northwest corner of the northernmost Henle Village building; East to the western property boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School; Counterclockwise around the property boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School to P Street; East on P Street to 35th Street; North on 35th Street to Volta Place; East on Volta Place to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Q Street; East on Q Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to S Street; West on S Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 34th Street; South on 34th Street to its intersection with a line extending S Street east from 35th Street; West along said line to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Reservoir Road; West on Reservoir Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 35th Street and Volta Place; East on Volta Place to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Q Street; East on Q Street to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to Dumbarton Street; West on Dumbarton Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street to 35th Street; North on 35th Street to N Street; West on N Street to 36th Street; North on 36th Street to O Street; West on O Street to 37th Street; North on 37th Street to P Street; East on P Street to 35th Street; North on 35th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 37th Street and Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street and continuing west along the southern border of Census Tract 2.01 to its intersection with the eastern border of Glover Archbold Park; North on said border of Glover Archbold Park to the Georgetown Medical Center service road just south of the New Research Building; East on said road to the Lombardi Cancer Center; Continuing east along the southern edge of the Lombardi Cancer Center to the Pasaquerella Health Center; South along the western edge of the Pasquerilla Health Center to the Leavey parking garage; East along the northern edge of the Leavey parking garage to the existing campus road immediately to the east of the garage. South on said road, passing west of Harbin Hall, to its intersection with a line extending O Street from the east; East on said line to its intersection with a line extending the western edge of the New North Building to the north; South along said line and continuing south along a line passing to the west of the New North building and pass between the Village C West buildings and the Village C East building, to an existing campus service road between the Village C East building to the north and the New South building to the south: In an easterly direction on said service road and an eastward extension of said service road passing to the north of the New South building, the Village A buildings and the Lauinger building to 37th Street; South on 37th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and the southern border of Census Tract 2.01; East on said southern border of Census Tract 2.01 to Prospect Street; Continuing East on Prospect Street to a driveway 100 feet east of the curb at 36th Street; North along said driveway to a point 150 feet distant; East from said point to a point 130 feet distant; North from said point along the walkway between the Nevils Building and Loyola Hall to N Street; East on N Street to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Prospect Street; East on Prospect Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Dumbarton Street; East on Dumbarton Street to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to M Street; East on M Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of Rock Creek; Southwest along the centerline of Rock Creek to its mouth; Southwest from the center of the mouth of Rock Creek to the intersection of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge and the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest along the District of Columbia boundary line on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park south; North along said line to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 31st Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 28th Street; South on 28th Street to P Street; East on P Street to its intersection with the centerline of Rock Creek; Southwest along the centerline of Rock Creek to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania to M Street; West on M Street to 31st Street; North on 31st Street to the point of beginning Q Street. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Whitehaven Street; East on Whitehaven Street to the northwest boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; Easterly along said northwest boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to Whitehaven Street; East on Whitehaven Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of Rock Creek; Southeast along the centerline of Rock Creek to P Street; West on P Street to 28th Street; North on 28th Street to Q St; West on Q Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to S Street; West on S Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2E08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 37th Street and Prospect Street; North on 37th Street to its intersection with a line extending an existing campus service road between the Village C East building to the north and the New South building to the south; West along said line and said service road to its intersection with a line extending the western edge of the New North Building to the south; North along said line to its intersection with a line extending O Street from the east; West along said line extending O Street to its intersection with an existing campus road immediately to the west of Harbin Hall; North to a point equidistant from the Darnall Hall building and the westernmost Henle Village building; Northeast along a line equidistant from the Darnall Hall building and the Henle Village buildings until extending as far north as the northwest corner of the northernmost Henle Village building; East to the western property boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School; Counterclockwise around the property boundary of the Georgetown Visitation School to P Street; West on P Street to 37th Street; South on 37th Street to O Street; East on O Street to 36th Street; South on 36th Street to N Street; East on N Street to a walkway between the Nevils Building and Loyola Hall, 230 feet east of the curb at 36th Street; South along said walkway to a point 155 distant; West from said point to a point 130 feet distant along a driveway; South along said driveway to Prospect Street; West on Prospect Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 2F Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and S Streets, N.W.; East on S Street, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, N.W. to 9th Street, N.W.; South on 9th Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East on N Street, N.W. to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention Center; South along said alley to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South on 7th Street, N.W. to Mt Vernon Place, N.W.; West on Mt. Vernon Place, N.W. to Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W.; West on I Street, N.W. to the portion of 15th Street, N.W. that lies to the west of McPherson Square; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning; [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F01 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and S Streets, N.W.; East on S Street, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to Vermont Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Vermont Avenue, N.W. to Q Street, N.W.; West on Q Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F02 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 15th and Q Streets, N.W. East on Q Street, N.W. to 13th Street, N.W.; South on 13th Street to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to 15th Street, N.W.; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F03 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street and Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle to Vermont Avenue; Southwest on Vermont Ave NW to Thomas Circle; Counterclockwise around Thomas Circle to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F04 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of N Street, N.W. and Vermont Avenue, N.W. Northeast on Vermont Avenue to Logan Circle; Counterclockwise around Logan Circle to 13th Street, N.W.; North on 13th Street, N.W. to Q Street, N.W.; East on Q Street, N.W. to Vermont Avenue, N.W.; Northeast on Vermont Avenue, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, N.W. to 10th Street, N.W.; South on 10th Street, N. W. to N Street, N.W.; West on N Street, N.W. to the point of beginning; [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F05 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street, N.W. and Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to Thomas Circle; Clockwise around Thomas Circle to Vermont Avenue, N.W.; North on Vermont Avenue, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East on N Street, N.W. to 13th Street, N.W.; South on 13th Street, N.W. to L Street, N.W.; West on L Street, N.W. to 14th Street, N.W.; South on 14th Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W.; West on I Street, N.W. to 15th Street, N.W.; North on 15th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F06 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 10th Street, N.W. and P Street, N.W.; East on P Street, N.W. to 9th Street, N.W.; South on 9th Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; East on N Street, N.W. to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention Center; South along said alley to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South on 7th Street, N.W. to Mt Vernon Place; West on Mount Vernon Place to Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; North on 11th Street, N.W. to M Street, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 10th Street, N.W.; North on 10th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F07 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 13th and N Streets, N.W.; East on N Street, N.W. to 10th Street, N.W.; South on 10th Street, N.W. to M Street, N.W.; West on M Street, N.W. to 13th Street, N.W.; North on 13th Street, N. W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 2F08 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 13th and M Streets, N.W.; East on M Street, N.W. to 11th Street, N.W.; South on 11th Street, N.W. to I Street, N.W.; West on I Street, N.W. to 14th Street, N.W.; North on 14th Street, N. W. to L Street, N.W.; East on L Street, N.W. to 13th Street, N.W.; North on 13th Street, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 3B Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 39th Street; South on 39th Street to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to Observatory Circle—U.S. Naval Observatory property line; Counter-clockwise around said property line to its intersection with the northwest property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; South along said property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to Whitehaven Street; Southwest on Whitehaven Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West along Whitehaven Parkway to the Southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover-Archbold Park; West along said southern boundary of the eastern leg of Glover-Archbold Park to the point where it intersects the eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park; North along said eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park to its intersection with a line extending W Street from the west; West along said line extending W Street from the west to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3B01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Tunlaw Road and Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to 39th Street; Northwest on 39th Street to Edmunds Street; West on Edmunds Street to 42nd Street; Continuing west along a line extending Edmunds Street west to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to its intersection with New Mexico Avenue; Southeast on New Mexico Avenue to Tunlaw Road; East on Tunlaw Road to Fulton Street; Northeast on Fulton Street to Watson Place; Northeast on Watson Place to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Fulton Street; West on Fulton Street to 39th Street; South on 39th Street and continuing south along a line extending 39th Street to Tunlaw Road; Southeast on Tunlaw Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fulton Street and Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to Observatory Circle—Naval Observatory property line; Counter-clockwise around said property line to its intersection with the northwest property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; South along said property boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park to Whitehaven Street; Southwest on Whitehaven Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to 35th Street; South on 35th Street to Whitehaven Parkway; West on Whitehaven Parkway to 37th Street; North on 37th Street to Tunlaw Road; Northwest on Tunlaw Road to its intersection with a line extending 39th Street from the north; North on said line extending 39th Street to 39th Street, and continuing north on 39th Street to Fulton Street; East on Fulton Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and a line extending Edmunds Street from the east; East along said line extending Edmunds Street and continuing east on Edmunds Street to 39th Street; Southeast on 39th Street to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to W Street; West on W Street to its intersection with a line extending east from the portion of W Street west of Glover-Archbold Park; Continuing west on said line extending east from the portion of W Street west of Glover-Archbold Park, to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park and Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 39th Street; South on 39th Street to Watson Place; Southwest on Watson Place to Fulton Street; Southwest on Fulton Street to Tunlaw Road; West on Tunlaw Road to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New Mexico Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to the point of beginning; [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Calvert Street and Tunlaw Road; Southeast on Tunlaw Road to 37th Street; South on 37th Street to its intersection with the southern property line of Whitehaven Park; West along said southern boundary of Whitehaven Park to the eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park; North along said eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with a line extending east from the portion of W Street west of Glover-Archbold Park; East on said line extending W Street to its intersection with W Street, and continuing east on W Street to 40th Street; North on 40th Street to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 3C Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Van Ness Street and Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Quebec Street; East on Quebec Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on Idaho Avenue to Rodman Street; Continuing northeast along a line extending Idaho Avenue to the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; East along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to the southwest corner of Melvin Hazen Park; East on the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park and continuing cast along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Rodman Street; West on Rodman Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on said alley to Porter Street; East on Porter Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to the northern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue; Northeast along said northern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue and continuing northeast along a line extending said property line to Melvin Hazen Creek; East on Melvin Hazen Creek to Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to the northwestern boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West along said northwestern boundary of said Dumbarton Oaks Park to its intersection with the property boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory; Clockwise around said property boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Klingle Road and Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Garfield Street; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Cleveland Avenue; Northwest on Cleveland Avenue to 31st Street; North on 31st Street to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to Woodley Road; Continuing east on Woodley Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Garfield Street; East on Garfield Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Klingle Road; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 27th Street; South on 27th Street to Woodley Road; West on Woodley Road to 29th Street; North on 29th Street to Cortland Place; West on Cortland Place to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock Creek and Melvin Hazen Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Klingle Road; West on Klingle Road to its intersection with a line extending the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb Street to the south; North on said line extending the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb Street and continuing north on said property line to Macomb Street; West on Macomb Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to its intersection with the southern property boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805; East along said southern boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805 to its intersection with Porter Street; Northwest on Porter Street to Quebec Street; East on Quebec Street to the eastern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue; Counter-clockwise around the eastern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to its northern-most point; East along a line extending the northern property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue east to Melvin Hazen Creek; East on Melvin Hazen Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Reno Road and Rodman Street; East on the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park and continuing east along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Rodman Street; West on Rodman Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on said alley to Porter Street; East on Porter Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to the northern property line of 3601 Connecticut Avenue; Clockwise around said property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Porter Street; Southeast on Porter Street to its intersection with the southern property boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805; West along said southern boundary of Square 2222 Lot 805 to its intersection with Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Newark Street; West on Newark Street to 34th Street; North on 34th Street to Ordway Street; West on Ordway Street to 36th Street; North on 36th Street to Porter Street; West on Porter Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to Quebec Street; East on Quebec Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on Idaho Avenue Rodman Street; Continuing northeast along a line extending Idaho Avenue to the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; East along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Van Ness Street and Wisconsin Avenue; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Newark Street; West on Newark Street to Idaho Avenue; Southwest on Idaho Avenue to Macomb Street; West on Macomb Street to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Newark Street; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Macomb Street; West on Macomb Street to the behind the properties fronting along the west side of Wisconsin Avenue; South on said alley to the southwest property corner of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue; East on the south property line of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue and continuing east along a line extending said property line east to Wisconsin Avenue; South on Wisconsin Avenue to Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to Idaho Avenue; Northeast on Idaho Avenue to Newark Street; East on Newark Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Woodley Road; East on Woodley Road to Klingle Road; East on Klingle Road to Cortland Place; East on Cortland Place to 29th Street; South on 29th Street to Garfield Street; West on Garfield Street to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to Cleveland Avenue; Southeast on Cleveland Avenue to Calvert Street; East on Calvert Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Rock Creek; Southerly on Rock Creek to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Whitehaven Street; West on Whitehaven Street to the northwestern boundary of Dumbarton Oaks Park; West along said northwestern boundary of said Dumbarton Oaks Park to its intersection with the property boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory; Clockwise around said property boundary of the U.S. Naval Observatory to Calvert Street; West on Calvert Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3C09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Porter Street; East on Porter Street to 36 Street; South on 36th Street to Ordway Street; East on Ordway Street to 34th Street; South on 34th Street to Newark Street; East on Newark Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb Street; South on the eastern property line of 2710 Macomb Street and continuing south along a line extending said property line south to Klingle Road; West and southwest on Klingle Road to Woodley Road; West on Woodley Road to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to its intersection with a line extending the southern property boundary of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue to the east; West on said line extending the southern property boundary of 3210 Wisconsin Avenue and continuing west on said property line to the alley at the rear of said property; North on said alley to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 3D Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southwest intersection of the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and Westmoreland Circle; Southwest along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary line to the Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Southeast along the Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park from the north; North along said line extending the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and continuing north along the eastern boundary of Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with a line extending W Street from the west; West along said line extending W Street to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to its intersection with Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to the southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Foxhall Road and W Street; East on W Street and continuing east along a line extending W Street to the east through Glover-Archbold Park to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New Mexico Avenue to Klingle Street; West on Klingle Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest on New Mexico Avenue to its intersection with a line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New Mexico Avenue to the west; East along said line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New Mexico Avenue, and continuing east along a line extending said property boundary to the east to its intersection with the rear property boundary of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue; Northeast along said rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with southeastern boundary of the American University property identified as Square 1601 Lot 3; Southwest along said southeastern property boundary of Square 1601 Lot 3 to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest along New Mexico Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to Foxhall Road; Southwest from said intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Foxhall Road to the northernmost point of Battery Kemble Park; South along the western boundary of Battery Kemble Park to its intersection with a line extending the southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park from the east; East along said line extending the southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to the southwest property corner of 4848 Dexter Street; East along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting along Dexter Street to the northernmost property comer of 4526 Foxhall Crescent; South along the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the southeast property corner of 4501 Foxhall Crescent; In an easterly direction to the northwest property corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing south along the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the southwest property corner of 2300 Foxhall Road; East along the rear property boundaries of properties fronting along the northern side of W Street to Foxhall Road; South on Foxhall Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Massachusetts Avenue and Fordham Road; Southwest on Fordham Road to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to Glenbrook Road; West on Glenbrook Road to Loughboro Road; West on Loughboro Road to Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Glenbrook Road; East on Glenbrook Road to Millwood Lane; East on Millwood Lane to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the American University service road northeast of Roper Hall; Northwest along said service road to Letts Hall; Southwest along a line equidistant from Letts Hall and Anderson Hall to its intersection with the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rockwood Parkway; West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting along Rockwood Parkway to the southeast property corner of the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816; Clockwise around said American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816 to its northeast corner; Clockwise around the boundary of the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 1 to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Massachusetts Avenue and Fordham Road; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; Southwest along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary line to MacArthur Boulevard; South on MacArthur Boulevard to Little Falls Road; East on Little Falls Road to its end along the boundary of the Sibley Hospital property identified as Square 1448N Lot 806; Clockwise around the property boundary of said Sibley Hospital property to Dalecarlia Parkway; South on Dalcarlia Parkway to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Palisade Lane South on Palisade Lane to Manning Place; East on Manning Place to Maud Street; South on Maude Street to Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Klingle Street; East on Klingle Street to Arizona Avenue; Northeast on Arizona Avenue to Loughboro Road; West on Loughboro Road to Millwood Lane; West on Millwood Lane to Glenbrook Road; West on Glenbrook Road to Macomb Street; North on Macomb Street to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Glenbrook Road; East on Glenbrook Road to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to Fordham Road; East on Fordham Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and MacArthur Boulevard; South on MacArthur Boulevard to Little Falls Road; East on Little Falls Road to its end along the boundary of the Sibley Hospital property identified as Square 1448N Lot 806; Clockwise around the property boundary of said Sibley Hospital property to Dalecarlia Parkway; South on Dalecarlia Parkway to Loughboro Road; East on Loughboro Road to Palisade Lane; South on Palisade Lane to Manning Place; East on Manning Place to Maud Street; South on Maude Street to Macomb Street; Southwest on Macomb Street to Klingle Street; East on Klingle Street to Arizona Avenue; Southwest on Arizona Avenue to Canal Road; Continuing southwest along a line extending Arizona Avenue to the Commonwealth of Virginia—District of Columbia boundary on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest along said Virginia shore of the Potomac River to the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along said State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at Loughboro Road and Arizona Avenue; Southwest on Arizona Avenue to Canal Road; Continuing southwest along a line extending Arizona Avenue to the Commonwealth of Virginia—District of Columbia boundary on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Southeast along said Virginia shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending Whitehaven Parkway from the northeast; Northeast along said line extending Whitehaven Parkway to the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway and MacArthur Boulevard; Northwest on MacArthur Boulevard to U Street; East on U Street to 48th Street; North on 48th Street to W Street; West on W Street to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to its intersection with a line extending the southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park to the west; West along said line extending the southern boundary of Wesley Heights Park west to the western boundary of Battery Kemble Park; North along the western boundary of Battery Kemble Park to its northernmost point; North from said northernmost point of Battery Kemble Park to the intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Foxhall Road; West on Nebraska Avenue to Loghboro Road; West on Loughboro Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park and the southern boundary of Whitehaven Park; West from said intersection of Glover-Archbold Park and Whitehaven Park along a line connecting to the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway and Foxhall Road; Southeast on Foxhall Road to Salem Lane; West on Salem Lane to 45th Street; Southeast on 45th Street to Q Street; Southwest on Q Street to MacArthur Boulevard; Northwest on MacArthur Boulevard to U Street; East on U Street to 48th Street; North on 48th Street to W Street; West on W Street to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the southwest property corner of 4848 Dexter Street; East along the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting along Dexter Street to the northernmost property corner of 4526 Foxhall Crescent; South along the rear lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the southeast property comer of 4501 Foxhall Crescent; In an easterly direction to the northwest property corner of 2400 Foxhall Road; Continuing south along the rear property lines of the properties fronting along the west side of Foxhall Road to the southwest property comer of 2300 Foxhall Road; East along the rear property boundaries of properties fronting along the northern side of W Street to Foxhall Road; South on Foxhall Road to W Street; East on W Street and continuing east along a line extending W Street to the east across Glover-Archbold Park to the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park; South along the eastern boundary of Glover Archbold Park to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New Mexico Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to the American University service road northeast of Roper Hall; Northwest along said service road to Letts Hall; Southwest along a line equidistant from Letts Hall and Anderson Hall to its intersection with the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rockwood Parkway; West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting along Rockwood Parkway to the southeast property corner of the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816; Clockwise around said American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 816 to its northeast corner; Clockwise around the boundary of the American University property identified as Square 1600 Lot 1 to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Ward Circle and continuing southeast on a line extending Massachusetts Avenue across Ward Circle; Continuing southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to its intersection with the southeastern boundary of the American University property identified as Square 1601 Lot 3; Southwest along said southeastern property boundary of Square 1601 Lot 3 to New Mexico Avenue; Northwest along New Mexico Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New Mexico Avenue and a line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New Mexico Avenue to the west; East along said line extending the northern property boundary of 3301 New Mexico Avenue, and continuing east along a line extending said property boundary to the east to its intersection with the rear property boundary of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue Counterclockwise around said rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to the southeast property corner; East along a line extending east from said southeast property corner to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold park; South along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to New Mexico Avenue; Northeast on New Mexico Avenue to Klingle Street; West on Klingle Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Macomb Street; East on Macomb Street to New Mexico Avenue; North on New Mexico Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway and Foxhall Road; East from said intersection along a line connecting to the intersection of the eastern boundary of Glover-Archibold Park and the southern boundary of Whitehaven Park; Southeast on the eastern boundary of Glover-Archibold Park, extending said boundary along a line south to the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; Northwest along said Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line where it follows the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River to its intersections with a line extending Whitehaven Parkway from the northeast; Northeast along said line extending Whitehaven Parkway to the intersection of Whitehaven Parkway and MacArthur Boulevard; Southeast on MacArthur to Q Street; Northeast on Q Street to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Salem Lane; East on Salem Lane to Foxhall Road; North on Foxhall Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3D10 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Van Ness Street; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to the southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to Ward Circle and continuing southeast on a line extending Massachusetts Avenue across Ward Circle; Continuing southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to the northwest property corner of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue; Counterclockwise around the rear property line of 4100 Massachusetts Avenue to the southeast property corner; East along a line extending east from said southeast property corner to its intersection with the centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way within Glover-Archbold Park; North along said centerline of the former Arizona Avenue right of way to Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 3E Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 41st Street and the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; South on 41st Street to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 38th Street; South on 38th Street to Warren Street; West on Warren Street to 39th Street; South on 39th Street to Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to the southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3E01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 41st Street and Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to 38th Street; South on 38th Street to Alton Place; West on Alton Place to Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Nebraska Avenue on Tenley Circle; Counterclockwise around Tenley Circle to Yuma Street; West on Yuma Street to 44th Street; South on 44th to Windom Place; West on Windom Place to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to Albemarle Street; East on Albemarle Street to 46th Street; North on 46th Street to Burlington Place; East on Burlington Place to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Brandywine Street; East on Brandywine Street to 41st Street; North on 41st Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3E02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Western Avenue and Fessenden Street; East on Fessenden Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Burlington Place; West on Burlington Place to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to Albemarle Street; West on Albemarle Street to 47th Street; South on 47th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Westmoreland Circle; Clockwise around Westmoreland Circle to the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3E03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; Southeast on Wisconsin Avenue to Garrison Street; East on Garrison Street to 42nd Street; South on 42nd Street to Fessenden Street; East on Fessenden Street to 41st Street; South on 41st Street to Ellicott Street; East on Ellicott Street to Belt Road; Southwest on Belt Road to 41st Street South on 41st Street to Brandywine Street; West on Brandywine to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Burlington Place; West on Burlington Place to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Fessenden Street; West on Fessenden Street to the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; Northeast on the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3E04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary and 41st Street; South on 41st Street to Reno Road; Southeast on Reno Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 41st Street; North on 41st Street to Belt Road; Northeast on Belt Road to Ellicott Street; West on Ellicott Street to 41st Street; North on 41st Street to Fessenden Street; West on Fessenden Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Garrison Street; West on Garrison Street to Wisconsin Avenue; Northwest on Wisconsin Avenue to the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3E05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 44th Street and Yuma Street; East on Yuma Street to Tenley Circle; Clockwise around Tenley Circle to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to Alton Place; East on Alton Place to 38th Street; South on 38th Street to Warren Street; West on Warren Street to 39th Street; South on 39th Street to Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to its intersection with a line extending TindAll streets to the southeast; Northwest along said line extending TindAll streets to 44th Street; Southwest along 44th Street to the northeast property corner of 4412 Sedgewick Street; South along the property boundary of 4412 Sedgewick Street to its southeast corner; Northwest along the rear property boundaries of the lots fronting along the south side of Sedgewick Street to 45th Street; Southwest on 45th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to Windom Place; East on Windom Place to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 3F Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Broad Branch Road; Southeast on Broad Branch Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Military Road; East on Military Road to Rock Creek; South along Rock Creek to Melvin Hazen Creek; West along Melvin Hazen Creek to its intersection with a line extending the shared property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue and 3701 Connecticut Avenue to the northeast; Southwest along said line extending the shared property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue and 3701 Connecticut Avenue, and continuing southwest along said shared property boundary to Connecticut Avenue; South on Connecticut Avenue to Porter Street; West on Porter Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on said alley to Rodman Street; East on Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; West along said rear property boundaries and continuing west along the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to the intersection with a line extending Idaho Avenue from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Idaho Avenue to Idaho Avenue; Continuing southwest on Idaho Avenue to Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Warren Street; East on Warren Street to 38th Street; North on 38th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3F01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Reno Road and Yuma Street; East on Yuma Street to Connecticut Avenue; South on Connecticut Avenue to the rear property boundaries of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; West along said rear property boundaries and continuing west along the southern boundary of Melvin Hazen Park to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to the rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street; West along said rear property lines of the properties fronting on the north side of Rodman Street to the intersection with a line extending Idaho Avenue from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Idaho Avenue to Idaho Avenue; Continuing southwest on Idaho Avenue to Quebec Street; West on Quebec Street to Wisconsin Avenue; North on Wisconsin Avenue to 39th Street; North on 39th Street to Warren Street; East on Warren Street to 38th Street; North on 38th Street to Windom Place; East on Windom Place to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3F02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Windom Place; East on Windom Place to its end along the southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park; Continuing East along said southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to the northeast property corner of the Howard University property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; South along the eastern boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 to its intersection with the northwest corner of the Levine School of Music property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809; Clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809 to its intersection with the southeast corner of the previously referenced Howard University property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; Clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 to its intersection with Van Ness Street; West on Van Ness Street to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3F03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Linnean Avenue and Broad Branch Road; East along Broad Branch Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Military Road; East on Military Road to Rock Creek; South along Rock Creek to Broad Branch; North along Broad Branch to Soapstone Creek; West along Soapstone Creek to the easternmost extent of Soapstone Valley Park; Clockwise around the boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to Albemarle Street; East on Albemarle Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to Appleton Street; East on Appleton Street to 31st Street; North on 31st Street to Gates Road; West on Gates Road to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 32nd Street; North on 32nd Street to Davenport Street; West on Davenport Street to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to Ellicott Avenue; East on Ellicott Avenue to the southeast corner of Census Block 13.01 3001; North along the eastern boundary of said Census Block 13.01 3001 to Fessenden Street East on Fessenden Street to Broad Branch Terrace; North on Broad Branch Terrace to 33rd Street; Northeast on 33rd Street to Linnean Avenue; North on Linnean Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3F04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Davenport Street; East on Davenport Street to 32nd Street; South on 32nd Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Gates Road; East on Gates Road to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to Appleton Street, West on Appleton Street to 32nd Street; South on 32nd Street to Albemarle Street; West on Albemarle Street to the intersection of Albemarle Street and the northwest corner of Soapstone Valley Park; South along the border of said Soapstone Valley Park to Windom Place; West along Windom Place to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description SMD 3F05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Linnean Avenue; South on Linnean Avenue to 33rd Street; Southwest on 33rd Street to Broad Branch Terrace; South on Broad Branch Terrace to Fessenden Street; West on Fessenden Street to the northeast corner of Census Block 13.01 3001; South along the eastern boundary of said Census Block 13.01 3001 to Ellicott Street; West on Ellicott Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Brandywine Street; West on Brandywine Street to 36th Street; North on 36th Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; and Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3F06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to 36th Street; South on 36th Street to Brandywine Street; East on Brandywine Street to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Yuma Street; West on Yuma Street to Reno Road; South on Reno Road to Windom Place; West on Windom Place to 38th Street; North on 38th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to Reno Road; North on Reno Road to Nebraska Avenue; North on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3F07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Van Ness Street; East on Van Ness Street to its end at the boundary of the Howard University property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810 to its intersection with the southwest corner of the Levine School of Music property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809; Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property identified as Square 2049 Lot 809 to its northwest corner at its intersection with the eastern property boundary of the previously referenced Howard University property identified as Square 2049 Lot 810; North along said eastern property boundary of Square 2049 Lot 810 to its northeast corner at its intersection with the southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park; East along said southern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to the easternmost extent of the Park; North along the eastern boundary of Soapstone Valley Park to Soapstone Creek; East along Soapstone Creek to Broad Branch; South along Broad Branch to Rock Creek; South along Rock Creek to Melvin C. Hazen Creek; West along said Melvin Hazen Creek to its intersection with a line extending the northern property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to the northeast; Southwest along said line extending the northern property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue, and continuing southwest along said northern property boundary of 3601 Connecticut Avenue to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Porter Street; West on Porter Street to the alley behind the properties fronting on the west side of Connecticut Avenue; Northwest along said alley to Rodman Street; East on Rodman Street to Connecticut Avenue; North on Connecticut Avenue the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 3G Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Southeast along Rock Creek to its intersection with Military Road. West on Military Road to 27th Street; South on 27th Street to Broad Branch Road. West on Broad Branch Road to Nevada Avenue; Continuing west on Nevada Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to Reno Road; Northwest on Reno Road to its intersection with the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Northeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3G01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Southeast along Rock Creek to its intersection with a line extending Beech Street from the west West along said line extending Beech Street and continuing west on Beech Street to a line extending Barnaby Street from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Barnaby Street to Aberfoyle Place; East on Aberfoyle Place to 31st Street; Southwest on 31st Street to Tennyson Street; West on Tennyson Street to 33rd Street; North on 33rd Street to Upland Terrace; West on Upland Terrace to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Northeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3G02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Beech Street and a line extending Barnaby Street from the southwest; East on Beech Street and continuing east along a line extending Beech Street east to Rock Creek; South along Rock Creek to Military Road. West on Military Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Utah Avenue. Northwest on Utah Avenue to Tennyson Street; East on Tennyson Street to 31st Street. Northeast on 31st Street to Aberfoyle Place; Northwest on Aberfoyle Place to Barnaby Street. Northeast along a line extending Barnaby Street to the northeast to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3G03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Utah Avenue and Nebraska Avenue; Southeast on Utah Avenue to 27th Street; South on 27th Street to Broad Branch Road.; West on Broad Branch Road to Nevada Avenue; Northwest on Nevada Avenue to Legation Street; East on Legation Street to Broad Branch Road; Northwest on Broad Branch Road to Morrison Street; East on Morrison Street to Nebraska Avenue; Northeast on Nebraska Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3G04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and Upland Terrace; East on Upland Terrace to 33rd Street; South on 33rd Street to Tennyson Street; East on Tennyson Street to Utah Avenue. Southeast on Utah Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to Morrison Street; West on Morrison Street to Broad Branch Road; Northwest on Broad Branch Road to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary. Northeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3G05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary and Broad Branch Road; Southeast on Broad Branch Road to Legation Street; West on Legation Street to Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Jocelyn Street; West on Jocelyn Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; North on Chevy Chase Parkway to Legation Street; West on Legation Street to Connecticut Avenue; Northwest on Connecticut Avenue to Chevy Chase Circle; Counterclockwise around Chevy Chase Circle to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3G06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the northeast intersection of Chevy Chase Circle and the State of Maryland—District of Columbia boundary; Clockwise around Chevy Chase Circle to Connecticut Avenue; Southeast on Connecticut Avenue to Legation Street; East on Legation Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; South on Chevy Chase Parkway to Kanawha Street; West on Kanawha Street to 38th Street; North on 38th Street to Military Road; West on Military Road to Reno Road; Northwest on Reno Road to 41st Street; North on 41st Street to the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary; Northeast along the State of Maryland-District of Columbia boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 3G07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Military Road and Reno Road; East on Military Road to 38th Street; South on 38th Street to Kanawha Street; East on Kanawha Street to Chevy Chase Parkway; South on Chevy Chase Parkway to Jocelyn Street; East on Jocelyn Street to Nevada Avenue; Southeast on Nevada Avenue to Nebraska Avenue; Southwest on Nebraska Avenue to Reno Road; Northwest on Reno Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC4A Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and Rock Creek; Northeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the northern tip of the District of Columbia; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Missouri Avenue; West on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest on Colorado Avenue to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Piney Branch Parkway; Southwest on Piney Branch Parkway to Beach Drive; Continuing southwest along a line extending Piney Branch Parkway southwest to Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary line and Rock Creek; Southeast on Rock Creek to Sherrill Drive; East on Sherrill Drive to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Alaska Avenue; Northeast on Alaska Avenue to Geranium Street; West on Geranium Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Northgate Road; Northeast on Northgate Road to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Northwest on the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the northern tip of the District of Columbia; Southwest on the District of Columbia-State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and Northgate Road; Southwest on Northgate Road to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Geranium Street; East on Geranium Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Northwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alaska Avenue and Geranium Street; Southwest on Alaska Avenue to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Underwood Street; East on Underwood Street to Luzon Avenue; Northeast on Luzon Avenue to Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Geranium Street; West on Geranium Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Luzon Avenue and Van Buren Street; Southwest on Luzon Avenue to Somerset Place; East on Somerset Place to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Van Buren Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Somerset Place; South on 16th Street to Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort Stevens Drive to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Peabody Street; East on Peabody Street to 13th Place; North on 13th Place to Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort Stevens Drive to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the portion of Rittenhouse Street west of 13th Street; West on Rittenhouse Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Somerset Place; West on Somerset Place to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street and Peabody Street; East on Peabody Street to 13th Place; North on 13th Place to Fort Stevens Drive; East on Fort Stevens Drive to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Missouri Avenue; West on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest on Colorado Avenue to Madison Street; West on Madison Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock Creek and a line extending Joyce Road from the northeast; Northeast along said line extending Joyce Road to Joyce Road; Continuing Northeast on Joyce Road to Morrow Drive; Southeast on Morrow Drive to Kennedy Street; East on Kennedy Street to Colorado Avenue; Northeast on Colorado Avenue to Madison Street; West on Madison Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Fort Stevens Drive; West on Fort Stevens Drive to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Luzon Avenue; Northeast on Luzon Avenue to Underwood Street; West on Underwood Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Sherrill Drive; West on Sherrill Drive to Rock Creek; South on Rock Creek to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4A08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rock Creek and a line extending Joyce Road from the northeast; South on Rock Creek to a line extending Piney Branch Parkway from the northeast; East on said line extending Piney Branch Parkway to Piney Branch Parkway, and continuing northeast on Piney Branch Parkway to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Morrow Drive; Northwest on Morrow Drive to Joyce Road; Southwest on Joyce Road, and continuing southwest along a line extending Joyce Road southwest to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 4B Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and Georgia Avenue, N.W.; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Kennedy Street, N.E.; West on Kennedy Street, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.E.; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to Riggs Road, N.E.; Southwest on Riggs Road, N.E. to Missouri Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Missouri Avenue, N.W. to Longfellow Street, N.W.; West on Longfellow Street, N.W. to Shepherd Road, N.W.; Northwest on Shepherd Road, N.W. to 7th Street, N.W.; South on 7th Street, N.W. to Longfellow Street, N.W.; West on Longfellow Street, N.W. to Georgia Avenue, N.W.; North on Georgia Avenue, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Cedar Street; South and then west on Cedar Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Butternut Street; West on Butternut Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Highland Avenue; West on Highland Avenue to 9th; North on 9th Street to Elder Street; West on Elder Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Elder Street; East on Elder Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Highland Avenue; East on Highland Avenue to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Butternut Street; East on Butternut Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Cedar Street; East on Cedar Street to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Southeast along said centerline of the WMATA right of way to Aspen Street; West on Aspen Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Van Buren Street; West on Van Buren Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to Rittenhouse Street; West on Rittenhouse Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to Roxboro Place; West on Roxboro Place to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Sheridan Street; West on Sheridan Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Rittenhouse Street; West on Rittenhouse Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to Sheridan Street; East on Sheridan Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Roxboro Place; East on Roxboro Place to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Oglethorpe Street; West on Oglethorpe Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Nicholson Street; West on Nicholson Street to Missouri Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to Nicholson Street; East on Nicholson Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Oglethorpe Street; East on Oglethorpe Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Longfellow Street; West on Longfellow Street to Shepherd Road; Northwest on Shepherd Road to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Longfellow Street; West on Longfellow Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 3rd Street and Van Buren Street; East on Van Buren Street to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Southeast along said centerline of the WMATA right of way to New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue, N.E., to McDonald Place, N.E.; West on McDonald Place, N.E. to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Milmarson Place; West on Milmarson Place to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Longfellow Street; West on Longfellow Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to Missouri Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Rittenhouse Street; East on Rittenhouse Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and Cedar Street; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to New Hampshire Avenue, NE; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue, N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Northwest along said centerline of the WMATA right of way to Van Buren Street; West on Van Buren Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Aspen Street; East on Aspen Street to the centerline of the WMATA right of way; Northwest along said centerline of the WMATA right of way to Cedar Street; East and then north on Cedar Street to the point of beginning . [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B08 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Southeast along said District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to 6th Street, N.E.: South on 6th Street, N.E. to Oglethorpe Street, N.E.; West on Oglethorpe Street, N.E. to 3rd Street, N.E.; South on 3rd Street, N.E. to Riggs Road, N.E.; Southwest on Riggs Road, N.E. to Missouri Avenue (at North Capitol Street); Northwest on Missouri Avenue, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to Longfellow Street, N.W.; East on Longfellow Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street, N.W. to Milmarson Place, NW; East on Milmarson Place, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to MacDonald Place, N.E.; East on McDonald Place, NE to New Hampshire Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4B09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary and 6th Street; Southeast along said District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to Oglethorpe Street; East on Oglethorpe Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 4C Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Missouri Avenue and Georgia Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest on Colorado Avenue to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street along the property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield Place; West on Delafield Place to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Missouri Avenue and Georgia Avenue; Northwest on Missouri Avenue to Colorado Avenue; Southwest on Colorado Avenue to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Ingraham Street; East on Ingraham Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Hamilton Street; East on Hamilton Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Kennedy Street and 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Crittenden Street; East on Crittenden Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Buchanan Street; East on Buchanan Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Decatur Street; East on Decatur Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Hamilton Street; West on Hamilton Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Ingraham Street; West on Ingraham Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Kennedy Street; West on Kennedy Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Crittenden Street; South on 16th Street to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to Arkansas Avenue; Northeast on Arkansas Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Allison Street; East on Allison Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Crittenden Street; West on Crittenden Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Upshur Street; South on 16th Street to Spring Road; East on Spring Road to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Upshur Street; West on Upshur Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street and Allison Street; South on 14th Street to Arkansas Avenue; Southwest on Arkansas Avenue to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Taylor Street; East on Taylor Street to Kansas Avenue; Northeast on Kansas Avenue to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Iowa Avenue; Northwest on Iowa Avenue to Allison Street; West on Allison Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th Street and Taylor Street; South on 13th Street to Spring Road; Southeast on Spring Road to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Shepherd Street; West on Shepherd Street to Kansas Avenue; Northeast on Kansas Avenue to Taylor Street; West on Taylor Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Buchanan Street; South on Georgia Avenue to Allison Street; West on Allison Street to Iowa Avenue; Southeast on Iowa Avenue to Georgia Avenue; South on Georgia Avenue to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Shepherd Street; East on Shepherd Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Grant Circle; Clockwise around Grant Circle to its northeast intersection with New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Allison Street; West on Allison Street to Illinois Avenue; Northwest on Illinois Avenue to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Shepherd Street; South on Georgia Avenue to Rock Creek Church Road; East on Rock Creek Church Road to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Upshur Street; West on Upshur Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Shepherd Street; West on Shepherd Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southeast intersection of Sherman Circle and Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Allison Street; East on Allison Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Southwest on New Hampshire Avenue to Grant Circle; Counter-clockwise around Grant Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Upshur Street; East on Upshur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Webster Street; East on Webster Street to its intersection with Rock Creek Church Road along the property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield Place; West on Delafield Place to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4C10 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the southern intersection of Grant Circle and 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Rock Creek Church Road; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road to Webster Street; West on Webster Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Upshur Street; West on Upshur Street to Illinois Avenue; Northwest on Illinois Avenue to Grant Circle; Clockwise around Grant Circle to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 4D Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to Shepherd Road; East on Shepherd Road to Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Rock Creek Church Road; Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street along the property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Delafield Place; West on Delafield Place to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4D01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to Shepherd Road; East on Shepherd Road to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Ingraham Street; West on Ingraham Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4D02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Shepherd Road and 5th Street; East on Shepherd Road to Longfellow Street; East on Longfellow Street to Missouri Avenue; Southeast on Missouri Avenue to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Ingraham Street; West on Ingraham Street to New Hampshire Avenue; South on New Hampshire Avenue to Gallatin Street; West on Gallatin Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4D03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 4th Street and Gallatin Street; North on 4th Street to Jefferson Street; West on Jefferson Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Delafield Place; East on Delafield Place to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Gallatin Street; West on Gallatin Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4D04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 9th Street and Jefferson Street; East on Jefferson Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to Emerson Street; West on Emerson Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Ingraham Street; East on Ingraham Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4D05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Ingraham Street; South on North Capitol Street to Rock Creek Church Road; Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road to its intersection with Webster Street along the property boundary of the Rock Creek Parish Cemetery property identified as Parcel 01110037; Clockwise around said property boundary of Parcel 01110037 to its intersection with Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Gallatin Street; East on Gallatin Street to New Hampshire Avenue; Northeast on New Hampshire Avenue to Ingraham Street; East on Ingraham Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 4D06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Buchanan Street and Illinois Avenue; West on Buchanan Street to Georgia Avenue; North on Georgia Avenue to Emerson Street; East on Emerson Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to Farragut Street; East on Farragut Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Decatur Street; West on Decatur Street to Kansas Avenue; Southwest on Kansas Avenue to Sherman Circle; Clockwise around Sherman Circle to its southeast intersection with Illinois Avenue; Southeast on Illinois Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 5A Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Riggs Road; East on Riggs Road, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to Kennedy Street, N.E.; East on Kennedy Street, N.E. to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to its intersection with a line extending 16th Street, N.E. from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending 16th Street, N.E. to 16th Street, N.E.; South on 16th Street, N.E. to Buchannan Street, N.E.; East on Buchannan Street, N.E. to 17th Street, N.E.; South on 17th Street, N.E. to Webster Street, N.E.; West on Webster Street, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to Michigan Avenue, N.E.; West on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to 14th Street, N.E.; North on 14th Street, N.E. to Varnum Street, N.E.; West on Varnum Street, N.E. to 10th Street, N.E.; South on 10th Street, N.E. to Taylor Street, N.E.; West on Taylor Street, N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Michigan Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Irving Street; West on Irving Street, N.W. to Kenyon Street, N.W.; West on Kenyon Street, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; North on Park Place, N.W. to Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue and Kennedy Street; East on Kennedy Street to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Galloway Street; West on Galloway Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue and Galloway Street; East on Galloway Street to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to its intersection with a line extending 16th Street from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending 16th Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Buchannan Street; East on Buchannan Street to 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Webster Street; West on Webster Street to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue and 8th Street; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Michigan Avenue; West on Michigan Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to Varnum Street; West on Varnum Street to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to Taylor Street; West on Taylor Street to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to its intersection with a line extending Buchanan Street from the east; East along said line extending Buchanan Street to Buchanan Street, and continuing east on Buchanan Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Fort Totten Drive and Bates Road; Northeast on Bates Road to its northernmost extent; Continuing northeast along a line extending Bates Road northeast to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to Irving Street; Northwest on Irving Street to the access ramp to North Capitol Street northbound; Northwest on said access ramp to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Scale Gate Road; East on Scale Gate Road to Harewood Road; North on Harewood Road to Taylor Street; East on Taylor Street to Hawaii Avenue; Northwest on Hawaii Avenue to Fort Totten Drive; Northwest on Fort Totten Drive to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A05 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. and Harewood Road, N.W.; Southwest on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; South on Park Place, N.W. to Kenyon Street, N.W.; East on Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to Irving Street, N.E.; Northwest on Irving Street, N.E. to the access ramp to North Capitol Street northbound; Northwest on said access ramp to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Harewood Road; Northwest on Harewood Road, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A06 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Fort Totten Drive, N.E. and Allison Street, N.E.; Southeast on Fort Totten Drive, N.E. to Hawaii Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on Hawaii Avenue, N.E. to Taylor Street, N.E.; West on Taylor Street, N.E. to Harewood Road, N.E.; South on Harewood Road, N.E. to Scale Gate Road, N.E.; West on Scale Gate Road, N.E. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Harewood Road; Northwest on Harewood Road, N.W. to Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.; Northeast on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to Allison Street, N.W.; Northeast on Allison Street, N.W. to Allison Street, N.E.; Continuing northeast on Allison Street, N.E. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A07 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Riggs Road; East on Riggs Road, N.E. to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to its intersection with a line extending Bates Road, N.E. from the southwest; Southwest along said line extending Bates Road, N.E. to Bates Road, N.E., and continuing southwest to Fort Totten Drive, N.E.; North on Fort Totten Drive, N.E. to Allison Street, N.E.; Southwest on Allison Street, N.E. to Allison Street, N.W., and continuing southwest to Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.; North on Rock Creek Church Road, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5A08 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue, N.E. and Kennedy Street, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to Buchanan Street, N.E.; West on Buchanan Street, N.E. to its end at 6th Street, N.E.; Continuing west on a line extending Buchanan Street, N.E. west to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Riggs Road, N.E.; Northeast on Riggs Road, N.E. to South Dakota Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 5B Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Taylor Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Taylor Street to 10th Street; North on 10th Street to Varnum Street; East on Varnum Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to Webster Street; East on Webster Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to its end at Eastern Avenue; Northeast on a line extending 16th Street northeast to its intersection with the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Randolph Street; West on Randolph Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Quincy Street; West on Quincy Street to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Monroe Street; West on Monroe Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to Jackson Street; West on Jackson Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5B01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue and Webster Street; East on Webster Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to Buchanan Street; West on Buchanan Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to its end at Eastern Avenue; Northeast on a line extending 16th Street northeast to its intersection with the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Randolph Street; West on Randolph Street to 24th Street; South on 24th Street to Quincy Street; West on Quincy Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Monroe Street; West on Monroe Street to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue to Bunker Hill Road; Northeast on Bunker Hill Road to Otis Street; East on Otis Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th Street and Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to 20th Street; South on 20th Street to Jackson Street; West on Jackson Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Monroe Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Taylor Street and the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; East on Taylor Street to 10th Street; North on 10th Street to Varnum Street; East on Varnum Street to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Otis Street; West on Otis Street to Bunker Hill Road; Southwest on Bunker Hill Road to Michigan Avenue; Southwest on Michigan Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; North along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description ANC 5C Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue and Quincy Street; East on Quincy Street to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to Randolph Street; East on Randolph Street to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending M Street from the west; West along said line extending M Street to the easternmost extent of M Street along the southern property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; Northwest on Mount Olivet Road to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its first intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 814 to its northernmost point at its intersection with the western boundary of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 837; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 837 to its northernmost point at its intersection with Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Jackson Street; East on Jackson Street to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5C01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue and Quincy Street; East on Quincy Street to 24th Street; North on 24th Street to Randolph Street; East on Randolph Street to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Monroe Street; West on Monroe Street to Clinton Street; Southwest on Clinton Street to Myrtle Avenue; Southwest on Myrtle Avenue to South Dakota Avenue Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5C02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of South Dakota Avenue and Myrtle Avenue; Northeast on Myrtle Avenue to Clinton Street; Northeast on Clinton Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Bladensburg Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to its intersection with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; West along said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to Montana Avenue; North on Montana Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Evarts Street; East on Evarts Street to 26th Street; North on 26th Street to Franklin Street; East on Franklin Street to Vista Street; Northeast on Vista Street to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Bladensburg Road and South Dakota Avenue; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southeast along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along said centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; West along said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to its intersection with a line extending South Dakota Avenue from the northwest; Northwest along said line extending South Dakota Avenue, and continuing northwest on South Dakota Avenue to 33rd Place; Northeast on 33rd Place to Fort Lincoln Drive; Northwest on Fort Lincoln Drive to 31st Place; Southwest on 31st Place to South Dakota Avenue; Northwest on South Dakota Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5C04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Bladensburg Road and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to 31st Place; Northeast on 31st Place to Fort Lincoln Drive; Southeast on Fort Lincoln Drive to 33rd Place; Southwest on 33rd Place to South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to its end at New York Avenue; Continuing southeast on a line extending South Dakota Avenue southeast to its intersection with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; East on said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along said centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending M Street from the west; West along said line extending M Street to the easternmost extent of M Street along the southern property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; Northwest on Mount Olivet Road to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its first intersection with New York Avenue; East on New York Avenue to its eastern intersection with the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Counterclockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to northbound Montana Avenue; North on Montana Avenue to its intersection with the centerline of the CSX railroad tracks; East on said centerline of the CSX railroad tracks to Bladensburg Road; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5C05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of W Street and 15th Street; East on W Street to Montana Avenue; South on Montana Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its eastern intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 814 to its northernmost point at its intersection with the western boundary of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 837; North along said western boundary of Square 3605 Lot 837 to its northernmost point at its intersection with Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to Montana Avenue; Southeast on Montana Avenue to 14th Street; In a southerly direction on 14th Street to Downing Street; Northeast on Downing Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5C06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and 17th Street; South on 17th Street to Evarts Street; East on Evarts Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to W Street; West on W Street to 15th Street; In a northerly direction on 15th Street to Downing Street; Southwest on Downing Street to 14th Street; In a northerly direction on 14th Street to Montana Avenue; Northwest on Montana Avenue to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5C07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Monroe Street and South Dakota Avenue; Southeast on South Dakota Avenue to Vista Street; Southwest on Vista Street to Franklin Street; West on Franklin Street to 26th Street; South on 26th Street to Evarts Street; West on Evarts Street to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Jackson Street; East on Jackson Street to 20th Street; North on 20th Street to Monroe Street; East on Monroe Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 5D Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and the southwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; Southeast on Florida Avenue to Benning Road; East on Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North along the centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending M Street from the west; West along said line extending M Street to the easternmost extent of M Street along the southern property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; Northwest on Mount Olivet Road to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its first intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its intersection with the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5D01 Boundaries.

All streets are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Florida Avenue and the southwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; Southeast on Florida Avenue to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the Montana Avenue traffic circle; Clockwise around the Montana Avenue traffic circle to its western intersection with New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to its intersection with the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5D02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West Virginia Avenue and Mount Olivet Road; Southeast on Mount Olivet Road to Bladensburg Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Meigs Place; Northwest on Meigs Place to 16th Street; Southwest on 16th Street to Levis Street; Northwest on Levis Street to Holbrook Street; Northeast on Holbrook Street to Childress Street; Northwest on Childress Street to Trinidad Avenue; Southwest on Trinidad Avenue to Queen Street; Northwest on Queen Street to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5D03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Maryland Avenue and 21st Street; North on 21st Street to M Street along the southern property boundary of the National Arboretum; West along said southern property boundary of the National Arboretum to the intersection of Bladensburg Road and Mount Olivet Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5D04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 21st Street and M Street; East on M Street to its end; Continuing east on a line extending M Street east to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along said centerline of the Anacostia River to Benning Road; West on Benning Road to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Bennett Place; East on Bennett Place to 21st Street; North on 21st Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5D05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Maryland Avenue and 21st Street; South on 21st Street to Bennett Place; West on Bennett Place to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Benning Road; West on Benning Road to Bladensburg Road; Northeast on Bladensburg Road to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to 17th Street; North on 17th Street to L Street; East on L Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5D06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West Virginia Avenue and Oates Street; Southeast on Oates Street to Bladensburg Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5D07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of West Virginia Avenue and Queen Street; Southeast on Queen Street to Trinidad Avenue; Northeast on Trinidad Avenue to Childress Street; Southeast on Childress Street to Holbrook Street; Southwest on Holbrook Street to Levis Street; Southeast on Levis Street to 16th Street; Northeast on 16th Street to Meigs Place; Southeast on Meigs Place to Bladensburg Road; Southwest on Bladensburg Road to Oates Street; Northwest on Oates Street to West Virginia Avenue; Northeast on West Virginia Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 5E Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, N.W. ; East on Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 837; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its southernmost point at its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 814 to its southernmost point at its intersection with New York Avenue, N.E.; Continuing south across New York Avenue N.E. to the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point at its intersection with Florida Avenue, N.E.; Northwest on Florida Avenue, N.E. to New York Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on New York Avenue, N.W. to Kirby Street, N.W.; North on Kirby Street, N.W. to N Street, N.W.; West on N Street, N.W. to New Jersey Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue, N.W. to Florida Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.W. to Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to Bryant Street, N.W.; East on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street, N.W. to Michigan Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; North on Park Place, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Franklin Street and Michigan Avenue; Northeast on Michigan Avenue to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Franklin Street; West on Franklin Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Franklin Street and 6th Street; East on Franklin Street to the centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks; South along said centerline of the WMATA Metrorail tracks to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Evarts Street; East on Evarts Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E03 Boundaries.

All streets are in the northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and Summit Place; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to its intersection with the northwest corner of the CSX property identified as Square 3605 Lot 837; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 837 to its southernmost point at its intersection with the western boundary of the WMATA property identified as Square 3605 Lot 814; South along the western boundary of said Square 3605 Lot 814 to its southernmost point at its intersection with New York Avenue; Continuing south across New York Avenue to the northwest corner of the District Government property identified as Square 3584 Lot 815; South along the western boundary of said Square 3584 Lot 815 to its southernmost point at its intersection with Florida Avenue; Northwest on Florida Avenue to Eckington Place; North on Eckington Place to R Street; East on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to T Street; West on T Street to Summit Place; North on Summit Place to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to Summit Place; South on Summit Place to T Street; East on T Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to R Street; West on R Street to Eckington Place; Southwest on Eckington Place to Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to North Capitol Street; North on north Capitol Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New Jersey Avenue and R Street; East on R Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to Kirby Street; North on Kirby Street to N Street; West on N Street to New Jersey Avenue; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd Street and Rhode Island Avenue; South on 2nd Street to Randolph Place; East on Randolph Place to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Florida Avenue; Northwest on North Capitol Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to R Street; West on R Street to New Jersey Avenue; Northwest on New Jersey Avenue to Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to Rhode Island Avenue; Northeast on Rhode Island Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd Street and U Street; East on U Street to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Randolph Place; West on Randolph Place to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 2nd Street and Adams Street; East on Adams Street to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to U Street; West on U Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E09 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Park Place, N.W. and Kenyon Street, N.W. ; East on Kenyon Street, N.W. to Irving Street, N.W.; East on Irving Street, N.W. to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Michigan Avenue; East on Michigan Avenue, N.E. to Franklin Street, N.E.; Southeast on Franklin Street, N.E. to Lincoln Road, N.E.; South on Lincoln Road to Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue, N.E. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to Adams Street; West on Adams Street, N.W. to 2nd Street, N.W.; North on 2nd Street, N.W. to Bryant Street, N.W.; East on Bryant Street, N.W. to 1st Street, N.W.; North on 1st Street NW to Michigan Avenue, N.W.; Northwest on Michigan Avenue, N.W. to Park Place, N.W.; North on Park Place, N.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 5E10 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Lincoln Road and Franklin Street; East on Franklin Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to Evarts Street; West on Evarts Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Rhode Island Avenue; Southwest on Rhode Island Avenue to Lincoln Road; Northeast on Lincoln Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 6A Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 8th Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to Benning Road; East on Benning Road to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to C Street; East on C Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to the northern portion of East Capitol Street; West on the northern portion of East Capitol Street to 19th Street; Continuing west on East Capitol Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street, S.E. to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; West along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street, S.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to H Street; West on H Street to 7th Street; North on 7th to I Street; East on I Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description SMD 6A01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 8th Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to H Street; West on H Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to G Street; West on G Street to 8th Street North on 8th Street to H Street; West on H Street to 7th Street; North on 7th to I Street; East on I Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6A02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 11th Street and H Street; East on H Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to E Street; West on E Street to Maryland Avenue; Southwest on Maryland Avenue to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to G Street; East on G Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6A03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Maryland Avenue and E Street; East on E Street to 10th Street; South on 10th Street to C Street; East on C Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to the westbound portion of East Capitol Street north of Lincoln Park; West on East Capitol Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to Maryland Avenue; Northeast on Maryland Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6A04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of C Street and 12th Street; East on C Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street, S.E. to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; West along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street, S.E. to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street north of Lincoln Park; East on East Capitol Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6A05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 10th Street and E Street; East on E Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to C Street; West on C Street to 10th Street; North on 10th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6A06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 13th Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to H Street; East on H Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Gales Street; East on Gales Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Isherwood Street; West on Isherwood Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6A07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street and Benning Road; East on Benning Road to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 18th Street; South on 18th to D Street; West on D Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Gales Street; West on Gales Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6A08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 18th Street and E Street; East on E Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to C Street; East on C Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to the northern portion of East Capitol Street; West on the northern portion of East Capitol Street to 19th Street; Continuing west on East Capitol Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Isherwood Street; East on Isherwood Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to D Street; East on D Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 6B Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of a line extending South Capitol Street north and a line extending East Capitol Street west; East on said line extending East Capitol Street, and continuing east on East Capitol Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park; East along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 13 Street; North on 13th Street to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to its intersection with the property line of Congressional Cemetery; in an easterly direction along the property line of Congressional Cemetery to its easternmost point and continuing east on the same bearing to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to M Street; West on M Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to the Southeast Expressway; Northwest on the Southeast Expressway to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of a line extending South Capitol Street northward and a line extending East Capitol Street westward; East on said line extending East Capitol Street, and continuing east on East Capitol Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to A Street; West on A Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to North Carolina Avenue; Southwest on North Carolina Avenue to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to the Southeast Expressway; Northwest on the Southeast Expressway to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street and continuing north along a line extending South Capitol Street north to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 5th Street and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 9th Street. South on 9th Street to A Street; West on A Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to its first intersection with D Street; East on D Street to 9th Street; South on 9th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to its first intersection with D Street; West on D Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to D Street; West on D Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to North Carolina Avenue; Northeast on North Carolina Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to A Street; East on A Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the 3rd Street and D Street East on D Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to D Street; East on D Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to the Southeast Expressway; Northwest on the Southeast Expressway to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 9th Street and South Carolina Avenue; Northeast on South Carolina Avenue to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to C Street; East on C Street to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to K Street; West on K Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to M Street; West on M Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street the Southeast Expressway; Southeast on the Southeast Expressway to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to its first intersection with D Street; East on D Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 9th Street and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to the eastbound portion of East Capitol Street south of Lincoln Park East along said eastbound portion of East Capitol Street to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to 12th Street; South on 12th Street to C Street; West on C Street to 11th Street; South on 11th Street to South Carolina Avenue; Southwest on South Carolina Avenue to D Street; West on D Street to 8th Street; North on 8th Street to A Street; East on A Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of South Carolina Avenue and Kentucky Avenue; Southeast on Kentucky Avenue to C Street; East on C Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest on the Anacostia River to Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to the Southeast Freeway; East on Southeast Freeway to its intersection with a line extending 14th Street from the north; North along said line extending 14th Street and continuing north on 14th Street to Potomac Avenue; Continuing north along a line extending 14th Street north to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to its intersection with the portion of C Street north of South Carolina Avenue; East on said portion of C Street to South Carolina Avenue; Northeast on South Carolina Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and 12th Street; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to its intersection with a line extending 14th Street from the south; South along said line extending 14th Street and continuing south on 14th Street to its end at L Street; Continuing south along a line extending 14th Street south to the Southeast Freeway; West on the Southeast Freeway to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to K Street; East on K Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B08 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of East Capitol Street and 13th Street; East on East Capitol Street to 15th Street; South on 15th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to C Street; West on C Street to Kentucky Avenue; Northwest on Kentucky Avenue to South Carolina Avenue; Southwest on South Carolina Avenue to C Street; West on C Street to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to Independence Avenue; East on Independence Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B09 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to its intersection with the property line of Congressional Cemetery; In an easterly direction along the property line of Congressional Cemetery to its easternmost point, and continuing east on the same bearing to the centerline of the Anacostia River, Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to C Street; East on C Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6B10 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 15th Street and East Capitol Street: East on East Capitol Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to East Capitol Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 6C Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of New York Avenue, N.E. and Florida Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on Florida Avenue, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to I Street, N.E.; West on I Street, N.E. to 7th Street, N.E.; South on 7th Street, N.E. to H Street, N.E.; East on H Street, N.E. to 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to its end at 1st Street; Continuing west along a line extending East Capitol Street west to its intersection with a line extending South Capitol Street north; North along said line extending South Capitol Street north to its intersection with Constitution Avenue; West on Constitution Avenue, N.W. to the point where it crosses above the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; North along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to the point where it crosses below Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.; Southwest on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to New York Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on New York Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6C01 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Constitution Avenue, N.E. and 8th Street, N.E.; South on 8th Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to its end at 1st Street; Continuing west along a line extending East Capitol Street west to its intersection with a line extending South Capitol Street north; North along said line extending South Capitol Street north to its intersection with Constitution Avenue; East along Constitution Avenue, N.E. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6C02 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 and Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. to Massachusetts Avenue, N.E.; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue, N.E. to Columbus Circle, N.E.; Counter-clockwise around Columbus Circle, N.E. to F Street, N.E.; East on F Street, N.E. to 2nd Street, N.E.; South on 2nd Street, N.E. to the alley between E Street, N.E. and F Street, N.E.; In an easterly direction along said alley between E Street, N.E. and F Street, N.E. to 3rd Street, N.E.; South on 3rd Street, N.E. to E Street, N.E.; East on E Street, N.E. to 4th Street, N.E.; South on 4th Street, N.E. to Constitution Avenue, N.E.; West on Constitution Avenue, N.E. to the eastern boundary of Interstate 395; North along the eastern boundary of Interstate 395 to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 6th Street and F Street; East on F Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to Constitution Avenue; West on Constitution Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to E Street; East on E Street to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6C04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of North Capitol Street and H Street; East on H Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to I Street; East on I Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to H Street; East on H Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to F Street; East on F Street to 6th Street; South on 6th Street to E Street; West on E Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the alley between E Street and F Street; In a westerly direction along said alley between E Street and F Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to F Street; West on F Street to Columbus Circle; Clockwise around Columbus Circle to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6C05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 3rd Street and K Street; East on K Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to I Street; West on I Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to H Street; East on H Street to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to F Street; West on F Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to H Street; West on H Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6C06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New York Avenue and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to 8th Street; South on 8th Street to K Street; West on K Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to I Street; West on I Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to H Street; West on H Street to North Capitol Street; North on North Capitol Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 6D Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street, S.W. and Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on Independence Avenue, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to the Southeast Freeway (spur to Interstate 295); Due southeast on the Southeast Freeway (spur to Interstate 295) to 7th Street, S.E.; South on 7th Street, S.E. to M Street, S.E.; East on M Street, S.E. to 11th Street, S.E.; South on 11th Street, S.E. to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along in the centerline of the Anacostia River and the projection of that centerline to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; North along said Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River to 14th Street; North on 14th Street, S.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6D01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street and Independence Avenue; East on Independence Avenue to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to M Street; West on M Street to Maine Avenue; Northwest on Maine Avenue to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6D02 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Delaware Avenue, S.W. and M Street, S.W. . Northeast on Delaware Avenue, S.W. to I Street, S.W.; West on I Street, S. W. to 3rd Street, S.W.; North on 3rd Street, S.W. to G Street; Continuing north along a line extending 3rd Street to its continuation at E Street, S.W. , and continuing north on 3rd Street to Independence Avenue, S.W.; East on Independence Avenue, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to I Street, S.W.; East on I Street, S.E. to New Jersey Avenue, S.E.; Southeast on New Jersey Avenue, S.E. to K Street, S.E.; East on K Street, S.E. to 2nd Street, S.E.; South on 2nd Street, S.E. to L Street, S.E.; West on L Street, S.E. to 1st Street, S.E.; South on 1st Street, S.E. to Potomac Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Potomac Avenue, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to M Street; West on M Street, S.W. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6D03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Independence Avenue and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to I Street; East on I Street to Wesley Place; South on Wesley Place to K Street; East on K Street to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to M Street; East on M Street to Delaware Avenue; Northeast on Delaware Avenue to I Street; West on I Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street, S.W. to G Street; Continuing north along a line extending 3rd Street to its continuation at E Street, and continuing north on 3rd Street to Independence Avenue; West on Independence Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6D04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of M Street and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to the portion of O Street to its east; East on O Street to its end, and continuing east along a line extending O Street to its continuation at 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to P Street; West on P Street and continuing west along a line extending P Street to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; North along said Virginia Shore of the Potomac River to 14th Street; Northeast on 14th Street to Maine Avenue; Southeast on Maine Avenue to M Street; East on M Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6D05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of I Street and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to the portion of O Street to its east; East on O Street to its end, and continuing east along a line extending O Street to its continuation at 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to P Street; West on P Street and continuing west along a line extending P Street to the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River; South along said Virginia Shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the center line of the Anacostia River; Northeast along said line extending the center line of the Anacostia River and continuing northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to South Capitol Street; Northwest on South Capitol Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac Avenue to R Street; West on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Canal Street; Northeast on Canal Street to Delaware Avenue; North on Delaware Avenue to M Street; West on M Street to 3rd Street; North on 3rd Street to K Street; West on K Street to Wesley Place; North on Wesley Place to I Street; West on I Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6D06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Delaware Avenue and M Street; East on M Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac Avenue to R Street; West on R Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Canal Street; Northeast on Canal Street to Delaware Avenue; North on Delaware Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6D07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the Southeast Freeway (spur to Interstate 295) and South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to I Street; East on I Street to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey Avenue to K Street; East on K Street to 2nd Street; South on 2nd Street to L Street; West on L Street to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Potomac Avenue; Southwest on Potomac Avenue to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to the center line of the Anacostia River; Northeast on the center line of the Anacostia River to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to M Street; West on M Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to the Southeast Freeway (spur to I-295); Northwest on the Southeast Freeway (spur to I-295) to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 6E Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of T Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to Kirby Street; South on Kirby Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to M Street; West on M Street to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention Center; North on said alley to N Street; West on N Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to P Street; West on P Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to S Street; East on S Street to Wiltberger Street; North on Wiltberger Street to T Street; East on T Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6E01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 11th Street and S Street; East on S Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to R Street; East on R Street to Marion Street; South on Marion Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 7th Street; South on 7th Street to O Street; West on O Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to P Street; West on P Street to 11th Street; North on 11th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description SMD 6E02 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of T Street and Florida Avenue; Southeast on Florida Avenue to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey Avenue to O Street; West on O Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to Marion Street; North on Marion Street to R Street; West on R Street to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to S Street; East on S Street to Wiltberger Street; North on Wiltberger Street to T Street; East on T Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6E03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 9th Street and O Street; East on O Street to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to M Street; West on M Street to the alley running along the eastern side of the Washington Convention center; North on said alley to N Street; West on N Street to 9th Street; North on 9th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6E04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 5th Street and O Street; East on O Street to New Jersey Avenue; Southeast on New Jersey Avenue to N Street; East on N Street to Kirby Street; South on Kirby Street to New York Avenue; Southwest on New York Avenue to 7th Street; North on 7th Street to M Street; East on M Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6E05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New York Avenue and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; West on Massachusetts Avenue to 7th Street North on 7th Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6E06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New York Avenue and North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to L Street; West on a line extended west from L Street to 1st Street; North on 1st Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 6E07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of New York Avenue and 1st Street; South on 1st Street to a line extended west from L Street; East on said line extended west from L Street to North Capitol Street; South on North Capitol Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to New York Avenue; Northeast on New York Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 7B Boundaries.

All streets located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and a line extended west from Croffut Place; East on said line extended from Croffut Place to Croffut Place; Continuing East on Croffut Place to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to its southwestern intersection with Randle Circle; Counterclockwise around Randle Circle to Ft. Dupont Drive; East on Ft. Dupont Drive to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis Drive to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 42nd Street; South on 42nd Street to Ft. Dupont Street; Southwest on Ft. Dupont Street to Q. Street; Northwest on Q Street to Ft. Davis Street; Southwest on Ft. Davis Street to R Street; Southeast on R Street to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Naylor Road; Northeast on Naylor Road to 25th Street; North on 25th Street to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nicholson Street; Northwest on Nicholson Street to Anacostia Drive, S.E.; Continuing Northwest along a line connecting to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7B01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and a line extended west from Croffut Place S.E.; East on said line extended from Croffut Place to Croffut Place; Continuing east along Croffut Place to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nash Place; Northwest on Nash Place to Fairlawn Avenue; Continuing northwest along a line extending Nash Place to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and 28th Street; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to 30th Street; South on 30th Street extended across Ft. Circle Park to V Place; East on V Place to 31st Street; South on 31st Street to W Street; East on W Street to 32nd Place; South on 32nd Place to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to Naylor Road; North on Naylor Road to 27th Street; North on 27th Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to 28th Street; North on 28th Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacestia River and a line extending Nash Street to the northwest; Southeast along said line extending Nash Street to Nash Street; Continuing southeast on Nash Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to M Street; Southeast on M Street to 30th Street; South on 30th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 28th Street; South on 28th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 27th Street; South on 27th Street to Naylor Road; North on Naylor Road to 25th Street; North on 25th Street to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nicholson Street; Northwest on Nicholson Street to Anacostia Drive; Continuing northwest along a line connecting to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the southwest intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Randle Circle; Counter-clockwise around Randle Circle to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 34th Street; South on 34th Street to M Street; West on M Street to Branch Avenue; South on Branch Avenue to Pope Street; Southeast on Pope Street to Nash Place; West on Nash Place to Highwood Drive; Southeast on Highwood Drive to its second intersection with Carpenter Street; East on Carpenter Street to Texas Avenue; Southwest on Texas Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to Alabama Ave; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to 32nd Place; North on 32nd Place to W Street; West on W Street to 31st Street; North on 31st Street to V Place; West on V Place to 30th Street; North on 30th Street extended across Ft. Circle Park to M Street; Northwest on M Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and Branch Avenue; South on Branch Avenue to Denver Street; Southeast on Denver Street to Highview Terrace; Northeast on Highview Terrace to 34th Street; Southeast on 34th Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Naylor Road; Northwest on Naylor Road to Alabama Avenue; Northeast on Alabama Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7B06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeast on Pennsylvania Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to 34th Street; Northwest on 34th Street to Highview Terrace; Southwest on Highview Terrace to Denver Street; Northwest on Denver Street to Branch Avenue; North on Branch Avenue to Alabama Avenue; Northeast on Alabama Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7B07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the southeast intersection of Randle Circle and Massachusetts Avenue; Counter- clockwise around Randle Circle to Ft. Dupont Drive; East on Ft. Dupont Drive to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis Drive to Massachusetts Avenue; Southeast on Massachusetts Avenue to 42nd Street; South on 42nd Street to Ft. Dupont Street; Southwest on Ft. Dupont Street to Q Street; Northwest on Q Street to Ft. Davis Street; Southwest on Ft. Davis Street to R Street; Southeast on R Street to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to Texas Avenue; Northeast on Texas Avenue to Carpenter Street; West on Carpenter Street to Highwood Drive; West on Highwood Drive to Nash Place; East on Nash Place to Pope Street; Northwest on Pope Street to Branch Avenue; North on Branch Avenue to M Street; East on M Street to 34th Street; North on 34th Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 7C Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to 47th Place; South on 47th Place to Edson Street; West on Edson Place to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 46th Street; North on 46th Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 46th Street: North on a line extending 46th Street to the north Continuing north on 46th Street to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Meade Street; East on Meade Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the beginning point. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7C01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 48th Street and Jay Street; East on Jay Street to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to Hayes Street; East on Hayes Street to Division Avenue; South on Division Avenue to Cloud Place; West on Cloud Place to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Fitch Place; Northeast on Fitch Place to 49th Place; North on 49th Place to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; West on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to its intersection with the Watts Branch stream; West along the Watts Branch stream to its intersection with a line extending north from 48th Place; South along said line to Foote Street; West on Foote Street to 47th Place; South on 47th Place to Edson Place; West on Edson Place to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 46th Street; North on 46th Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 48th Street; North on 48th Street to the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7C02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Division Avenue and the Watts Branch Stream; Southeast along the Watts Branch Stream to 55th Street; South on 55th Street to Clay Place; East on Clay Place to 56th Street; South on 56th Street to Blaine Street East on Blaine Street to 57th Place; South on 57th Place to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 50th Street; North on 50th Street to Blaine Street; East on Blaine Street to Division Avenue; North on Division Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 49th Street and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; East on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 49th Place; South on 49th Place to Fitch Place; East on Fitch Place to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to Cloud Place; East on Cloud Place to Division Avenue; South on Division Avenue to Blaine Street; West on Blaine Street to 50th Street; South on 50th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 47th Street; North on 47th Street to 47th Place; North on 47th Place to Foote Street; East on Foote Street to 48th Place; North on 48th Place and continuing north on a line extending 48th Place to the Watts Branch Stream; East along the Watts Branch Stream to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the point of the beginning [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7C04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 44th Street and Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Lee Street; East on Lee Street to Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Division Avenue; South on Division Avenue to Hayes Street; West on Hayes Street to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 48th Street; South on 48th Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 46th Street; North on a line extending 46th Street to the north Continuing North on 46th Street to Jay Street; West on Jay Street to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7C05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 59th and Foote Street; East on Foote Street to Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 57th Place; North on 57th Place to Blaine Street; West on Blaine Street to 56th Street; North on 56th Street to Clay Place; West on Clay Place to 55th Street; North on 55th Street to Eads Street; East on Eads Street to 59th Street; North on 59th Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7C06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Division Avenue and Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Foote Street; West on Foote Street to 59th Street; South on 59th Street to Eads Street; West on Eads Street to 55th Street; South on 55th Street to the Watts Branch Stream; Northwest along the Waits Branch Stream to Division Avenue; North on Division Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description on SMD 7C07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Eastern Avenue; South on Eastern Avenue to Lee Street; West on Lee Street to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to Sheriff Road; West on Sheriff. to 45th Street; North on 45th Street to Meade Street; East on Meade Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of for ANC 7D Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant except where otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and Eastern Avenue; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Meade Street; West on Meade Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Sherriff Road; West on Sherriff Road to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Jay Street; East on Jay Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street and continuing south along a line extending 46th Street to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Grant Street; East on Grant Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to Foote Street; West on Foote Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Edson Place; East on Edson Place to 47th Place; North on 47th Place to 47th Street; South on 47th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Blaine Street; East on Blaine Street to Benning Road; Northwest on Benning Road to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street and continuing west along a line extending Grant Street to Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to Independence Avenue; Southwest on Independence Avenue to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to East Capitol Street; East on the northern spur of East Capitol Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to C Street; East on C Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to Benning Road; East on Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North-northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description for SMD 7D01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant except where otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street and Benning Road; East on Benning Road to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along the centerline of the Anacostia River to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to Independence Avenue; Southwest on Independence Avenue to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to East Capitol Street; East on the northern spur of East Capitol Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to C Street; West on C Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description for SMD 7D02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Anacostia Avenue and Douglas Street; Southeast on Douglas Street to Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Southeast on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to its intersection with the southeastern extension of the portion of Hayes Street north of Kenilworth Avenue; Northwest along said line to Hayes Street Continuing Northwest along Hayes Street to its intersection with the northwestern boundary of census block 96.02.1002.; Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1001; Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1000; Northeast along said boundary to its intersection with Jay Street; Southeast on Jay Street to Kenilworth Terrace; North on Kenilworth Terrace to Lee Street; Northwest on Lee Street to 40th Street; North on 40th Street to Anacostia Avenue; East on Anacostia Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description for SMD 7D03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Eastern Avenue and the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southeast on Eastern Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Meade Street; West on Meade Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Sherriff Road; West on Sherriff Road to Minnesota Avenue; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to Kenilworth Avenue; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue to Douglas Street; Northwest on Douglas Street to Anacostia Avenue; Southwest on Anacostia Avenue to 40th Street; South on 40th Street to Lee Street; Southeast on Lee Street to Kenilworth Terrace; South on Kenilworth Terrace to the Watts Branch Stream; Northwest along the Watts Branch Stream to the point where it meets the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7D04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Benning Road and the centerline of the Anacostia River; East on Benning Road to Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7D05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 44th Street and Grant Street; East on Grant Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to Foote Street; West on Foote Street to 45th Street; South on 45th Street to Edson Place; East on Edson Place to 47th Place; North on 47th Place to 47th Street; South on 47th Street to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to its intersections with a line extending 42nd Street south; North along said line to 42nd Street; Continuing north on 42nd Street to Blaine Street; East on Blaine Street to Benning Road; Southeast on Benning Road to 44th Street; North on 44th Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7D06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota Avenue Sherriff Road; East on Sherriff Road to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Jay Street; East on Jay Street to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to the point where it extends to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; Northwest on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to 44th Street; South on 44th Street to Benning Road; Northwest on Benning Road to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Grant Street; West on Grant Street to Minnesota Ave; Continuing west along a line extending Grant Street west to Kenilworth; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue to Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue; East on Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7D07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Northeast quadrant. Beginning at the point where the Watts Branch Stream meets the Anacostia River; East along the Watts branch Stream to Kenilworth Terrace; South on Kenilworth Terrace to Jay Street; Northwest on Jay Street to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1000; Southwest along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1001; Southwest along said boundary to its intersection with the northwest boundary of census block 96.02.1002: Southwest along said boundary to its intersection with Hayes Street; Southeast on Hayes Street to Kenilworth Avenue; Southwest on Kenilworth Avenue to Benning Road; West on Benning Road to the centerline of the Anacostia River; North on the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Descriptions of ANC 7E Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Texas Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 40th Street; Northeast on 40th Street to R Street; Northwest on R Street to Ft. Davis Street; Northeast on Ft. Davis Street to Q Street; Southeast on Q Street to Ft. Dupont Street; Northeast on Ft. Dupont Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Ft. Davis Drive; North on Ft. Davis Drive to Ridge Road; Southeast on Ridge Road to G Street; East on G Street to Benning Road; Northwest on Benning Road to B Street; West on B Street to Texas Avenue; North on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7E01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and G Street; South on Alabama Avenue to Hilltop Terrace; East on Hilltop Terrace to 46th Street; South on 46th Street to H Street; East on H Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Reed Terrace; West on Reed Terrace to 45th Place; North on 45th Place to Hillside Road; West on Hillside Road to Burns Street; Continuing West on a line extending Hillside Road to Ridge Road; Northwest on Ridge Road to G Street; East on G Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7E02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Ft. Davis Drive and Ridge Road; South on Ridge Road to its intersection with a line extending Hillside Road to the west; East on said line to Hillside Road; Continuing East on Hillside Road to 45th Place; South on 45th Place to Reed Terrace; East on Reed Terrace to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue; Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue to 40th Street; North on 40th Street to R Street; Northwest on R Street to Ft. Davis Street; Northeast on Ft. Davis Street to Q Street; Southeast on Q Street to Ft. Dupont Street; Northeast on Ft. Dupont Street to 42nd Street; North on 42nd Street to Massachusetts Avenue; Northwest on Massachusetts Avenue to Ft. Davis Drive; North on Ft. Davis Drive to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7E03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 51st and E Street; East on E Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to H Street, West on H Street to 46th Street; North on 46th Street to Hilltop Terrace; West on Hilltop Terrace to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to G Street; East on G Street to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7E04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Texas Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to 49th Street; South on 49th Street to Street Louis Street; South on Street Louis Street extended to Queens Stroll Place; East on Queens Stroll Place to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to G Street; West on G Street to Benning Road; Northwest on Benning Road to B Street; West on B Street to Texas Avenue; North on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7E05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 49th Street and East Capitol Street; East on east Capitol Street to Central Avenue; Southeast on Central Avenue to 51st Street; South on 51st Street to C Street; East on C Street to 53rd Street; South on 53rd Street to E Street; West on E Street to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to Queens Stroll Place; West on Queens Stroll Place to Street Louis Street: Northeast on Street Louis Street extended to 49th Street; North on 49th Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7E06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 51st Street and Central Avenue; Southeast on Central Avenue to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to E Street; West on E Street to 53rd Street; North on 53rd Street to C Street; West on C Street to 51st Street; North on 51st Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7E07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Central Avenue and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to Central Avenue; Northwest on Central Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 7F Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. and a line extended west from Grant Street, N.E.; East on said line to Grant Street, N. E.; Continuing East on Grant Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street to Benning Road, N.E.; Southeast on Benning Road, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; West on Blaine Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Texas Avenue, S.E.; South on Texas Avenue, S.E. to B Street, S.E.; East on B Street, S.E. to Benning Road, S.E.; South on Benning Road, S.E. to G Street, S.E.; West on G Street, S.E. to Ridge Road, S.E.; North on Ridge Road, S.E. to Ft. Davis Drive, S.E.; Southwest on Ft. Davis Drive, S.E. to Ft. Dupont Drive, S.E.; West on Ft. Dupont Drive, S.E. to Randle Circle, S.E.; Clockwise around Randle Circle, S.E. to Minnesota Avenue, S.E. ; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue, S.E. to Croffut Place, S.E.; West on Croffut Place, S.E. extended to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending east from the northern property line of the eastern portion of Congressional Cemetery; West along said line, and continuing in a westerly direction along said boundary of the Congressional Cemetery to its intersection with 19th Street, S.E.; North on 19th Street to Independence Avenue, S.E.; East on Independence Avenue, S.E. to East Capitol Street, S.E.; East on East Capitol Street, S.E. to Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7F01 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. and a line extended west from Grant Street, N.E.; East on said line to Grant Street, N. E.; Continuing east on Grant Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to Benning Road, N.E.; Southeast on Benning Road, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; West on Blaine Street, N.E. to 42nd Street, N.E.; South on 42nd Street, N.E. to East Capitol Street; West on East Capitol Street to Minnesota Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue, N.E. to Blaine Street, N.E.; Northwest on Blaine Street, N.E. to 35th Street, N.E.; Continuing Northwest along a line extending Blaine Street to Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7F02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of East Capitol Street and Texas Avenue; South on Texas Avenue to E Street; East on E Street to Alabama Avenue; South on Alabama Avenue to G Street; West on G Street to Ridge Road; Northeast on Ridge Road to E Street; East on E Street to 40th Place; North on 40th Place to Burns Street; Continuing north on Burns Street to C Street; West on C Street to Bums Place; Northwest on Burns Place to Bums Court; Continuing northwest along a line extending Burns Place to B Street; Northeast on B Street to East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD7F03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of B Street and Texas Avenue; East on B Street to Benning Road; South on Benning Road to G Street; West on G Street to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to E Street; West on E Street to Texas Avenue; North on Texas Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7F04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and B Street; East on B Street to Ridge Road; Southeast on Ridge Road to 37th Street; Southwest on 37th Street to Ely Place East on Ely Place to Ridge Road; South on Ridge Road to Ft. Davis Drive; South on Ft. Davis to Ft. Dupont Drive; West on Ft. Dupont Drive to Randle Circle; Clockwise around Randle Circle to Minnesota Avenue; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7F05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of East Capitol Street and Ridge Road; East on East Capitol Street to B Street; Southwest on B Street to its intersection with a line extending Burns Place to the northwest; Southeast on said line to Burns Place; Continuing southeast along Burns Place to C Street; East on C Street to Burns Street; South on Burns Street to 40th Place; South on 40th Place to E Street; West on E Street to Ely Place; West on Ely Place to 37th Street; North on 37th Street to Ridge Road; Northwest on Ridge Road to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 7F06 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and East Capitol Street; East on East Capitol Street to Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.; Northeast on Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. to its intersection with a line extending Blaine Street to the northwest; Southeast on said line to Blaine Street, N.E.; Continuing southeast on Blaine Street, N.E. to Minnesota Avenue, N.E.; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue, N.E. to Ridge Road S.E.; Southeast on Ridge Road, S.E. to B Street, S.E.; West on B Street, S.E. to Minnesota Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Minnesota Avenue, S.F. to Croffut Place, S.E.; West on Croffut Place, S.E. extended west to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; North along the centerline of the Anacostia River to point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 7F07 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street, S.E. and Independence, Avenue S.E.; East on Independence Avenue, S.E. to East Capitol Street, S.E.; East on East Capitol Street, S.E. to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Southwest along the centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending East from the northern property line of the eastern portion of Congressional Cemetery; West along said line, and continuing in a westerly direction along said boundary of the Congressional Cemetery to its intersection with 19th Street, S.E.; North on 19th Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 8A Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of the center line of the Anacostia River and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeasterly along a line extending to the intersection of Nicholson Street and Anacostia Drive; Southeast on Nicholson Street to Minnesota Avenue; Northeasterly on Minnesota Avenue to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Naylor Road; Continuing South on Naylor Road to Altamont Place; Southwest on Altamont Place to Good Hope Road; Northwest on Good Hope Road to 22nd Street; Southwest from said intersection across Fort Stanton Park to the intersection of 17th Street and Morris Road; West on Morris Road to Pomeroy Road; Southwest on Pomeroy Road to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; West on Douglass Road to Stanton Road; West on Stanton Road to Sheridan Road; North on Sheridan Road to Howard Road; Northwest on Howard Street to South Capitol Street; Continuing northwest on South Capitol Street to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along said centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8A01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the center line of the Anacostia River and Pennsylvania Avenue; Southeasterly along a line extending to the intersection of Nicholson Street and Anacostia Drive; Southeast on Nicholson Street to Minnesota Ave; Northeast on Minnesota Avenue to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to R Street; West on R Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Q Street; West on Q Street to 16th Street; North on 16th Street and continuing north along a line extending 16th Street to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8A02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 16th Street and Q Street; East on Q Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street to R Street; East on R Street to 19th Street; South on 19th Street to S Street; East on S Street to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street and continuing south along a line extending 22nd Street to Retta Gilliam Court; South along the western portion of Retta Gilliam Court to T Place; Southeast on T Place to its intersection with the western boundary of Census Block 76.05 2002; Southwest along said western boundary of Census Block 76.05 2002 to Good Hope Road; West on Good Hope Road to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Ridge Place; West on Ridge Place to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to the eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge; Continuing north on said eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to its intersection with a line extending 16th Street from the south; South along said line extending 16th Street to 16th Street; Continuing south on 16th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8A03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19th Street and R Street; East on R Street to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Q Street; East on Q Street to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Naylor Road; Continuing south on Naylor Road to Altamont Place; Southwest on Altamont Place to Good Hope Road; Northwest on Good Hope Road to its intersection with the western boundary of Census Block 76.05 2002; Northeast along said western boundary of Census Block 76.05 2002 to T Place; West on T Place to Retta Gilliam Court; North along the western portion of Retta Gilliam Court to its intersection with a line extending 22nd Street from the north; North along said line extending 22nd Street to 22nd Street; continuing north on 22nd Street to S Street; West on S Street to 19th Street; North on 19th Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8A04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 19th Place and Good Hope Road; East on Good Hope Road to 22nd Street; Southwest from that intersection along a line connecting to the intersection of 17th Street and Morris Road; West on Morris Road to Bryan Place; North on Bryan Place to Bangor Street; East on Bangor S.E. to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to Butler Street; Northwest on Butler Street to the southwest corner of Census Block 75.03 2001; Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to 16th Street; North on 16th Street to W Street; East on W Street to its intersection with a line extending 18th Street from the north; North along said line to 18th Street; Continuing North on 18th Street to U Street; East on U Street to 19th Place; North on 19th Place to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8A05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 14th Street and Ridge Place; East on Ridge Place to 16 Street; South on 16th Street to Good Hope Road; East on Good Hope Road to 19th Place; South on 19th Place to U Street; West on U Street to 18th Street; South on 18th Street and continuing south on a line extending 18th Street to W Street; Northwest on W Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to its intersection with Census Block 75.03 2001; Counterclockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to Butler Street; Southeast on Butler Street to 16th Street; South on 16th Street to Bangor Street; West on Bangor Street to Bryan Place; South on Bryan Place to Morris Road; Northwest on Morris Road to Bangor Street; Northeast on Bangor Street to the alley behind the properties along the east side of High Street; Continuing northeast along said alley to Cedar Street; Northwest on Cedar Street to 14th Street; North on 14th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8A06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge and the centerline of the Anacostia River; South along said eastern span of the 11th Street Bridge to 13th Street; Continuing south on 13th Street to Ridge Place; East on Ridge Place to 14th Street; South on 14th Street to Cedar Street; Southeast on Cedar Street, to the alley behind the properties along the east side of High Street; Southwest along said alley to Bangor Street; Southwest on Bangor Street to Morris Road; Northwest on Morris Road to High Street; Southwest on High Street to Howard Road; Northwest on Howard Road to Bowen Road; Southwest on Bowen Road to Howard Road; Northwest on Howard Road to South Capitol Street; Northwest on South Capitol Street to its intersection with the centerline of the Anacostia River; Northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8A07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Howard Road and Sheridan Road; Southeast on Howard Road to Bowen Road; Northeast on Bowen Road to Howard Road; Southeast on Howard Road to High Street; Northeast on High Street to Morris Road; Southeast on Morris Road to Pomeroy Road; Southwest on Pomeroy Road to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; Northwest on Douglas Road to Stanton Road; West on Stanton Road to Sheridan Road; North on Sheridan Road to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 8B Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Altamont Place and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Southern Avenue; Southwest on Southern Avenue to its intersection with Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending south from the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002; North along said line to the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002; Continuing north along the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 23rd Street; North on 23rd Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to Suitland Parkway; Northwest on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with a line extending Pomeroy Road to the west; East along said line to Pomeroy Road; Continuing east on Pomeroy Road to Morris Road; Southeast on Morris Road to 17th Street; Northeast from said intersection across Fort Stanton Park to the intersection of Good Hope Road and 22nd Street; Southeast on Good Hope Road to Altamont Place; North on Altamont Place to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8B01 Boundaries.

All streets located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Altamont Place and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Good Hope Road; Northeast on Good Hope Road to 24th Street; Southwest on 24th Street to Wagner Street; Southeast on Wagner Street to 25th Street; South on 25th Street to Ainger Place; Northwest on Ainger Place to Bruce Place; Southwest on Bruce Place to Fort Place; Northwest on Fort Place to Erie Street; West on Erie Street to 17th Street; Northeast from said intersection of Erie Street and 17th Street along a line connecting to the intersection of 22nd Street and Good Hope Road; Southeast on Good Hope Road to Altamont Place; Northeast on Altamont Place to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8B02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Good Hope Road and Naylor Road; South on Naylor Road to Gainesville Street; West on Gainesville Street to Knox Place; Southwest on Knox Place to Hartford Street; West on Hartford Street to Langston Place; North on Langston Place to Ainger Place; Southeast on Ainger Place to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to 25th Street; Continuing north on 25th Street to Wagner Street; Northwest on Wagner Street to 24th Street; Northeast on 24th Street to Good Hope Road; South on Good Hope Road to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8B03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning on the intersection of Bruce Place and Ainger Place; Southeast on Ainger Place to Langston Place; South on Langston Place to Hartford Street; East on Hartford Street to Knox Place; Northeast on Knox Place to Alabama Avenue; South on Alabama Avenue to Jasper Street; Southeast on Jasper Street to its intersection with the northwest corner of Census Block 74.08 1012; Counterclockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to Shipley Terrace; East on Shipley Terrace to Buena Vista Terrace; Northeast on Buena Vista Terrace to 30th Street; Southeast on 30th Street to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Suitland Parkway; Northwest on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with the southwest corner of Census Block 74.07 1000; North along the western boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with a line extending Gainesville Street from the west; West along said line extending Gainesville Street to Gainesville Street; Continuing west on Gainesville Street to its intersection with a line extending 17th Street from the north; North along said line extending 17th Street to 17th Street; Continuing north on 17th Street to Erie Street; East on Erie Street to Fort Place; Southeast on Fort Place to Bruce Place; Northeast on Bruce Place to point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8B04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Morris Road and 17th Street; South on 17th Street and continuing south on a line extending 17th Street to Gainesville Street; East on Gainesville Street and continuing east on a line extending Gainesville Street to its intersection with Census Block 74.07 1000; South along the boundary of said Census Block to Suitland Parkway; West on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with a line extending Pomeroy Road from the west; East on said line extending Pomeroy Road to Pomeroy Road; Continuing east on Pomeroy Road to Morris Road; East on Morris Road to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8B05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and Gainesville Street; East on Gainesville Street to Naylor Road; Southeast on Naylor Road to the District of Columbia— State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to 30th Street; Northwest on 30th Street to Buena Vista Terrace; Southwest on Buena Vista Terrace to Shipley Terrace; West on Shipley Terrace to its intersection with the southern corner of Census Block 74.08 1012; Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to Jasper Street; Northwest on Jasper Street to Alabama Avenue; North on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8B06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Oxon Run; West on Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending 21st Street from the north; North along said line extending 21st Street to 21st Street; Continuing north on 21st Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 23rd Street; Northwest on 23rd Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8B07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 21st Street and Savannah Street; South on 21st Street to Mississippi Avenue; Continuing south along a line extending 21st Street south to Oxon Run; West on Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending south from the eastern boundary of Census Block 73.04 1003; North along said line extending Census Block 73.04 1003 and continuing north along the eastern boundary of said Census Block to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 8C Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of the center line of the Anacostia River and South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Howard Road; Continuing south on Howard Road to Sheridan Road; South on Sheridan Road to Stanton Road; East on Stanton Road, S.E. to Douglass Road S.E.; Southeasterly on Douglass Road, S.E. to Stanton Road, S.E.; South on Stanton Road, S.E. to Pomeroy Road, S.E.; Southwest on Pomeroy Road, S.E. to Sheridan Road, S.F.; West on a line extending Pomeroy Road, S.E. west to its intersection with Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway to its intersection with the southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001; Southwest along said southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital East Campus; Southeast along said property boundary to the southern property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital East Campus; Southwest along said property boundary to its intersection with Alabama Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Alabama Avenue, S.E. to 11th Place, S.E.; South on 11th Place, S.E. to Trenton Place S.E.; East on Trenton Place S.E. to 13th Street, S.E.; South on 13th Street, S.E. to Mississippi Avenue, S.E.; West on Mississippi Avenue, S.E. to Wheeler Road, S.E.; South on Wheeler Road S.E. to its intersection with Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection with 4th Street, S.E.; South on 4th Street, S.E. to Atlantic Street, S.E.; West on Atlantic Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Xenia Street, S.W.; Northwest on Xenia Street, S. W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; South on 2nd Street, S.W. to Atlantic Street, S.W.; West on a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. west to its intersection with the centerline of the southbound lanes of Interstate 295; North along said centerline of Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Rice Street, S.W. to the east; West along said line to Rice Street, S.W.; Continuing west on Rice Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; North on Duncan Avenue S.W. to McChord Street, S.W.; West on McChord Street, S.W. to Chappie James Boulevard, S.W.; South on Chappie James Boulevard to Tinker Street, S.W.; West on Tinker Street, S.W. to Arnold Avenue S.W.; Continuing west on a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. to the west on line extending to Tinker Street, S.W. to the Commonwealth of Virginia-District of Columbia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; North along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with a centerline projection of the Anacostia River; Northeast along said centerline projection of the Anacostia River to the centerline of the Anacostia River; Continuing northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8C01 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of the Anacostia River and South Capitol Street; Southeast on South Capitol Street to Howard Road, S.E.; Southeast on Howard Road, S.E. to Interstate 295; Southwest on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending the southwest property boundary of the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Campus to the northwest; Southeast along said line to the property boundary of Sheperd Parkway; Clockwise around said property boundary of Sheperd Parkway to Lebaum Street, S.E.; Northwest on Lebaum Street, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; Southwest on 4th Street, S.E. to Newcomb Street, S.E.; Northwest on Newcomb Street, S.E. to 2nd Street, S.E.; Continuing on Newcomb Street, S.E. to the southwest to 2nd Street, S.E.; South on 2nd Street, S.E. to Oakwood Street, S.E.; Southeast on Oakwood Street, S.E. to Malcolm X Avenue, S.E.; West on Malcolm X Avenue, S.E. to its intersection with a line extending Waclark Place, S.E. from the south; South along said line extending Waclark Place, S.E. to Waclark Place, S.E.; Continuing south on Waclark Place, S.E. to Raleigh Street, S.E.; East on Raleigh Street, S.E. to Ester Place, S.E.; South on Ester Place, S.E. to Brothers Place, S.E.; Southwest on Brothers Place, S.E. to Highview Place, S.E.; Southeast on Highview Place, S.E. to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E. to Sterling Street, S.E.; Northwest on Sterling Street, S.E. to Raleigh Street, S.E.; Continuing northwest on a line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to the northwest to Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to Malcolm X Avenue, S.E.; West on Malcolm X Avenue, S.E. to MacDill Boulevard, S.W.; West on MacDill Boulevard, S.W. and continuing west along a line extending MacDill Boulevard, S.W. west to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary at the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; North along said shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending the centerline of the Anacostia River to the southwest; Northeast along said line extending the centerline of the Anacostia River and continuing northeast along the centerline of the Anacostia River to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8C02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Interstate 295 and Firth Sterling Avenue; Southeast along a line connecting said intersection to the western-most corner of Census Block 74.01 1039; Southeast along the boundary of said Census Block to Wade Road; Northeast on Wade Road to Sumner Road; Southeast on Sumner Road to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; South on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Malcolm X Avenue; West on Malcolm X Avenue to Newcomb Street Northwest on Newcomb Street to 5th Street; Southwest on 5th Street to Oakwood Street; Northwest on Oakwood Street to 2nd Street; North on 2nd Street to Newcomb Street; East on Newcomb Street to 4th Street; Northeast on 4th Street to Lebam Street; Southeast on Lebaum Street to the eastern-most point of the property boundary of Sheperd Parkway; Northeast along said property boundary of Sheperd Parkway to its intersection with the southwest property boundary of the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Campus; Northwest along said southwest property boundary of the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Campus and continuing northwest along a line extending said southwest property boundary to the northwest to its intersection with Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8C03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the northern intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and the property boundary of the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Campus; Clockwise around said property boundary of the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Campus to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to 11th Place; South on 11th Place to Trenton Place; East on Trenton Place to 13th Street; South on 13th Street to Mississippi Avenue; West on Mississippi Avenue to Wheeler Road; North on Wheeler Road to Wheeler Hill Drive; West on Wheeler Hill Drive to its intersection with a line extending 8th Street from the north; North on said line extending 8th Street to 8th Street; Continuing north on 8th Street to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue to 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Savannah Street; Southwest on Savannah Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; Northeast on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Highview Place; Northwest on Highview Place to Brothers Place; Northeast on Brothers Place to Esther Place: North on Esther Place to Raleigh Street; West on Raleigh Street to Waclark Place; North on Waclark Place and continuing north on a line extending Waclark Place north to Malcolm X Avenue; East on Malcolm X Avenue to Oakwood Street; Northwest on Oakwood Street to 5th Street; Northeast on 5th Street to Newcomb Street; Southeast on Newcomb Street to Malcolm X Avenue; East on Malcolm X Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8C04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Savannah Street and 5th Street; South on 5th Street to Trenton Street; West on Trenton Street to 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Atlantic Street; West on Atlantic Street to 1st Street; North on 1st Street to Wilmington Place; Southeast on Wilmington Place to Horner Place; North on Horner Place to Upsal Street; West on Upsal Place to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; Northeast on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Savannah Street; Northeast on Savannah Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8C05 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of MacDill Boulevard, S.W. and Interstate 295; South on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to the northwest; Southeast along said line extending Sterling Street, S.E. to Sterling Street, S.E.; Continuing southeast on Sterling Street, S.E. to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E.; South on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.E. to Upsal Street, S.E.; East on Upsal Street, S.E. to Homer Place S.E.; South on Horner Place, S.E. to Wilmington Place, S.E.; Northwest on Wilmington Place, S.E. to 1st Street, S.E.; South on 1st Street, S.E. to Atlantic Street, S.E.; West on Atlantic Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Xenia Street, S.W.; Northwest on Xenia Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; South on 2nd Street, S.W. to Atlantic Street, S.W.; West on a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. west to its intersection with Interstate 295; North on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Rice Street, S.W. from the west; West on said line extending Rice Street, S.W. to Rice Street, S.W.; Continuing west on Rice Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; North on Duncan Avenue, S.W. to McChord Street, S.W.; West on McChord Street, S.W. to Chappie James Boulevard, S.W.; South on Chappie James Boulevard, S.W. to Tinker Street, S.W.; West on Tinker Street, S.W. and continuing west on a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. west to the District of Columbia-Commonwealth of Virginia boundary at the Virginia shore of the Potomac River; North along said shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending MacDill Boulevard, S.W. from the east; East along said line extending MacDill Boulevard to MacDill Boulevard; Continuing east on MacDill Boulevard to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8C06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Howard Road and Interstate 295; South on Howard Road to Sheridan Road; South on Sheridan Road to Stanton Road; East on Stanton Road to Douglass Road; Southeasterly along Douglass Road to Stanton Road; South on Stanton Road to Pomeroy Road; West on Pomeroy Road and continuing west along a line extending Pomeroy Road west to its intersection with Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway, S.E. to its intersection with the southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001; Southwest along said southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 to its intersection with the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital East Campus; Northwest along said eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital to its intersection with Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Stanton Road; Northwest on Stanton Road to Wade Road; Southwest on Wade Road to its intersection with the eastern boundary of Census Block 74.01 1039; Northwest along the boundary of said Census Block to its western-most corner; North from said westernmost corner of Census Block 74.01 1039 along a line connecting to the intersection of Interstate 295 and Firth Sterling Avenue; East along Interstate 295 to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8C07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and 8th Street; South on 8th Street and continuing south along a line extending 8th Street south to Wheeler Hill Drive; East on Wheeler Hill Drive to Wheeler Road; South on Wheeler Road to Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to Trenton Street; East on Trenton Street to 5th Street; North on 5th Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 8D Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street, S.E. and Southern Avenue, S.E.; Southwest on Southern Avenue, S.E. to South Capitol Street; Continuing southwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the District of Columbia—Commonwealth of Virginia boundary line on the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River; North along said shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. to the west; East along said line to Tinker Street, S.W. to Chappie James Boulevard, S.W.; North on Chappie James Boulevard to McChord Street, S.W.; East on McChord Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; South on Duncan Avenue, S.W. to Rice Street, S.W.; East on Rice Street, S.W. to Westover Avenue, S.W.; Continuing east on a line extending Rice Avenue, S.W. east to its intersection with the centerline of the southbound lanes of Interstate 295; South along said centerline of Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. to the west; East on said line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; North on 2nd Street, S.W. to Xenia Street, S.W.; Southeast on Xenia Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Atlantic Street, S.E.; East on Atlantic Street, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; South on 4th Street, S.E. to Chesapeake Street, S.E.; East on Chesapeake Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8D01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street and the District of Columbia- State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along said District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Barnaby Road; North on Barnaby Road to Galveston Place; Northwest on Galveston Place to 6th Street; North on 6th Street to Chesapeake Street; East on Chesapeake Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8D02 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street, S.E. and 6th Street, S.E.; South on 6th Street, S.E. to Galveston Place, S.E.; East on Galveston Place, S.E. to Barnaby Road, S.E.; South on Barnaby Road, S.E. to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to its intersection with the southern-most point of Census Block 109.00 2002; Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with Irvington Street, S.W. ; East on Irvington Street, S.W. to Joliet Street, S.W.; North on Joliet Street, S.W. to 1st Street, S.W.; North on 1st Street, S.W. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Livingston Road, S.E.; North on Livingston Road, S.E. to 3rd Street, S.E.; North on 3rd Street, S. E. to Livingston Terrace, S.E.; East on Livingston Terrace, S.E. to 4th Street, S.E.; North on 4th Street, S.E. to Chesapeake Street, S.E.; East on Chesapeake Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8D03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Atlantic Street and 4th Street; South on 4th Street to Livingston Terrace; West on Livingston Terrace to 3rd Street; South on 3rd Street to Livingston Road; North on Livingston Road to Atlantic Street; East on Atlantic Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8D04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Chesapeake Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; South on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Galveston Street; East on Galveston Street to its intersection with the northwest corner of Census Block 109.00 1000; Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with South Capitol Terrace; South on South Capitol Terrace to Irvington Street; West on Irvington Street to its intersection with Census Block 109.00 2002 Counter-clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to the District of Columbia -State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along said District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to the Commonwealth of Virginia—District of Columbia boundary at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River. North along said shoreline of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending Magazine Road from the east; East along said line extending Magazine Road to Magazine Road Continuing east on Magazine Road to Chesapeake Street; Continuing east on Chesapeake Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8D05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southwest quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Forrester Street and South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to 1st Street; South on 1st Street to Joliet Street; Southwest on Joliet Street to South Capitol Terrace; North on South Capitol Terrace to its intersection with the southeast corner of Census Block 109.00 2000; Clockwise around the boundary of said Census Block to its intersection with Galveston Street; West on Galveston Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue; North on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to Forrester Street; East on Forrester Street to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8D06 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Brandywine Street, S.E. and 1st Street, S.E.; South on 1st Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Forrester Street, S.W.; West on Forrester Street, S.W. to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.W.; North on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, S.W. to Chesapeake Street, S.W.; East on Chesapeake Street, S.W. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to Brandywine Street, S. E.; East on Brandywine Street, S.E. to the point of the beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8D07 Boundaries.

Beginning at the intersection of Atlantic Street, S.E. and Livingston Road, S.E.; South on Livingston Road, S.E. to South Capitol Street; North on South Capitol Street to 1st Street, S.E.; North on 1st Street, S.E. to Brandywine Street, S.E.; West on Brandywine Street, S.E. to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Chesapeake Street, S.W.; West on Chesapeake Street, S.W. to Magazine Road, S.W.; Continuing west on Magazine Road, S.W. and a line extending Magazine Road west to the Commonwealth of Virginia—District of Columbia boundary at the Commonwealth of Virginia shore of the Potomac River. North along shoreline of the Potomac River to a line extending Tinker Street, S.W. from the east; East on said line extending Tinker Street, S.W. to Tinker Street, S.W.; Continuing east on Tinker Street, S.W. to Chappie James Boulevard, S.W.; North on Chappie James Boulevard to McChord Street, S.W.; East on McChord Street, S.W. to Duncan Avenue, S.W.; South on Duncan Avenue, S.W. to Rice Street, S.W.; East on Rice Street, S.W. and continuing east along a line extending Rice Street, S.W. east to Interstate 295; South on Interstate 295 to its intersection with a line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. from the east; East on said line extending Atlantic Street, S.W. to 2nd Street, S.W.; North on 2nd Street, S.W. to Xenia Street, S.W.; Southeast on Xenia Street to South Capitol Street; South on South Capitol Street to Atlantic Street, S.E. East on Atlantic Street, S.E. to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of ANC 8E Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 and Suitland Parkway; Southeast on Suitland Parkway to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue, S.E. to 23rd Street; South on 23rd Street to Savannah Street; West on Savannah Street to its intersection with the western boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 South along said western boundary and continuing south along a line extending said boundary south to its intersection with Oxon Run; East along Oxon Run to its intersection with Southern Avenue; Southwest along Southern Avenue to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to its intersection with Oxon Run; East on Oxon Run to its intersection with Wheeler Road; North on Wheeler Road to Mississippi Avenue; East on Mississippi Avenue to 13th Street; North on 13th Street to Trenton Place; West on Trenton Place to 11th Place; North on 11th Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with the southeastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital East Campus; Northeast along said property boundary to the eastern property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital East Campus; Northwest along said property boundary to its intersection with the southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001; East along said southern boundary to the point of the beginning [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8E01 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of the southern boundary of Census Block 74.01 2001 and Suitland Parkway; Southwest along said southern boundary of Census Block 74. 01 2001 to its intersection with the property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital East Campus; Clockwise around said property boundary of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to Congress Street; South on Congress Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with the northeast corner of Census Block 73.04 1002; South along the eastern boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Alabama Avenue; West on Alabama Avenue to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to Suitland Parkway; West on Suitland Parkway to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8E02 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Suitland Parkway and Stanton Road; East on Suitland Parkway to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to 22nd Street; South on 22nd Street to Savannah Place; Southwest on Savannah Place to 18th Place; Northwest on 18th Place to Alabama Avenue; Southwest on Alabama Avenue to Stanton Road; North on Stanton Road to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8E03 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant unless otherwise designated. Beginning at the intersection of 23rd Street and Alabama Avenue; Southeast on 23rd Street to Savannah Street; West on Savannah Street to 18th Street; North on 18th Street to Alabama Avenue; Northeast on Alabama Avenue to 18th Place; Southeast on 18th Place to Savannah Place; Northeast on Savannah Place to 22nd Street; North on 22nd Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8E04 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and 11th Place; East on Alabama Avenue to Congress Street; South on Congress Street to Savannah Street; East on Savannah Street to 15th Street; North on 15th Street to Alabama Avenue; East on Alabama Avenue to its intersection with the northeast corner of Census Block 73.04 1002; South along the eastern boundary of Census Block 73.04 1002 to Oxon Run; West along Oxon Run to its intersection with a line extending 13th Street from the north; North along said line extending 13th Street to 13th Street; Continuing north on 13th Street to Trenton Place; West on Trenton Place to 11th Place; North on 11th Place to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8E05 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of Wheeler Road and Mississippi Avenue; East on Mississippi Avenue to its intersection with a line extending 13th Street from the north; South on said line extending 13th Street to Oxon Run; East along Oxon Run to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to 12th Street; North on 12th Street to Bellevue Street; Southwest on Bellevue Street to Wheeler Road; North on Wheeler Road to the point of beginning [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8E06 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 4th Street and Oxon Run; Northeast along Oxon Run to Wheeler Road; Southeast on Wheeler road to Barnaby Street; Southwest on Barnaby Street to Atlantic Street; West on Atlantic Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Description of SMD 8E07 Boundaries.

All streets are located in the Southeast quadrant. Beginning at the intersection of 4th Street and Atlantic Street; East on Atlantic Street to Barnaby Street; Northeast on Barnaby Street to Wheeler Road; Southeast on Wheeler Road to Bellevue Street; Northeast on Bellevue Street to 12th Street; Southeast on 12th Street to the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary; Southwest along the District of Columbia—State of Maryland boundary to Chesapeake Street; West on Chesapeake Street to 4th Street; North on 4th Street to the point of beginning. [July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 2(a)].

Section 3 of D.C. Law 19-157 provided:

“Applicability of boundaries.

“(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the ANC and SMD boundaries set forth in section 2(a) shall apply as of January 2, 2013.

“(b) The ANC and SMD boundaries set forth in section 2(a) shall apply for purposes of administering the November 6, 2012 election, including determining qualifications for candidacy and the residence of a person signing a nominating petition for the November 6, 2012 election.”

Section 4 of D.C. Law 19-157 provided:

“Succession.

“(a) Except as provided in this section, each ANC shall be the successor in interest with regard to any assets, obligations, or agreements of its predecessor previously established by law.

“(b) The successor in interest to any agreement with an ANC as of December 31, 2012 shall be the ANC within whose boundaries the subject of the agreement is located. For purposes of this subsection, the term ‘agreement’ shall include any voluntary agreement executed pursuant to Title 25 of the District of Columbia Official Code, any agreement relating to a Planned Unit Development, zoning variance, or special exception, and any agreement relating to historic preservation.

“(c)(1) The financial assets of the ANCs in Ward 5 shall be collected on or after December 1, 2012, by the Chief Financial Officer, who shall then redistribute them on an equal per capita basis to the new ANCs in Ward 5 as soon as practicable after January 2, 2013.

“(2) The personal property of each of the ANCs in Ward 5 shall be transferred to the new Ward 5 ANC within which the property was located in 2012.

“(3) The records of each ANC in Ward 5 in 2012 shall not be destroyed by the 2012 ANC but shall be transferred to the appropriate ANC having primary interest in the matter to which the record relates. The financial records of each ANC in Ward 5 shall be transferred to the District of Columbia Auditor.

“(d)(1) The financial assets of ANCs 2C and 6C shall be collected on or after December 1, 2012 by the Chief Financial Officer, who shall then redistribute them on an equal per capita basis to the new ANCs 2C, 6C, and 6E as soon as practicable after January 2, 2013.

“(2) The personal property of ANCs 2C and 6C shall be transferred to the new ANCs 2C, 6C and 6E within which the property was located in 2012.

“(3) The records of ANC 2C and 6C in 2012 shall not be destroyed by the 2012 ANC but shall be transferred to the appropriate ANC having primary interest in the matter to which the records relates.

“(e) The assets, obligations, and records of each 2012 ANC in Ward 7 shall transfer to the new ANC in Ward 7 created by this act that primarily represents the same geographic area.

“(f) The Chief Financial Officer, in coordination with the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, shall reapportion the quarterly allotments for the periods on or after January 2, 2013 based on the requirements of section 738(e) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 824; D.C. Official Code § 1-207.38(e)) and the new ANC areas established by this act.”


§ 1–309.04. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Petition required; established by resolution.

(a) As soon as possible after October 10, 1975, but in no case later than 5 days after such date, the District of Columbia Board of Elections (hereinafter in this part referred to as the “Board”) shall:

(1) Make available to any resident of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission area copies of petition forms for collecting signatures of registered qualified electors in such area; and

(2) Publish in the District of Columbia Register and in at least 2 newspapers of general circulation in the District of Columbia, the number of registered qualified electors in each Advisory Neighborhood Commission area.

(b) Upon certification by the Board to the Chairman of the Council that 5 percent of the registered qualified electors of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission area have signed a petition calling for the establishment of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission in such area, the Council shall then establish by resolution a nonpartisan elected Advisory Neighborhood Commission for such area, with its members to be elected from the single-member districts established for such area. Nothing in this section shall be construed to permit an individual to sign more than 1 petition for the establishment of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 5, 22 DCR 2067; Oct. 30, 1975, D.C. Law 1-27, § 4, 22 DCR 2472; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(a), 31 DCR 3952; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(b), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-255.

1973 Ed., § 1-171c.

Applicability

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to repeal the delayed applicability provision. Therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(b) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.

References in Text

“This act,” referred to in subsection (a) of this section, is the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Act of 1975, D.C. Law 1-21.


§ 1–309.05. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Qualifications of members; nomination by petition.

(a)(1) No person shall be a member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission unless he:

(A) Is a registered qualified elector actually residing in the single-member district from which he was elected;

(B) Has been residing in such district continuously for the 60 days immediately preceding the day on which he files the nominating petitions as a candidate as such a member;

(C) Holds no other elected public office; and

(D) Has not been convicted of a felony committed while serving as a Commissioner.

(2) For the purpose of this subsection, the term “elected public office” means the Office of Mayor of the District of Columbia, Chairman or member of the Council of the District of Columbia, member of the District of Columbia Board of Education, and the Delegate to the House of Representatives.

(b)(1) Candidates for member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall be nominated by a petition:

(A) Prepared and presented to the Board in accordance with regulations of the Board no later than the 90th calendar day before the date of the election in which he intends to be a candidate; and

(B) Signed by not less than 25 registered qualified electors who are residents of the single-member district from which he seeks election.

(2) Such petitions shall be made available by the Board no later than the 120th calendar day before an election for members of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 6, 22 DCR 2068; Oct. 30, 1975, D.C. Law 1-27, § 4, 22 DCR 2472; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(a), (b), 31 DCR 3952; Feb. 5, 1994, D.C. Law 10-68, § 3(a), 40 DCR 6311; June 5, 2012, D.C. Law 19-137, § 201(b), 59 DCR 2542; July 13, 2012, D.C. Law 19-157, § 6, 59 DCR 5598; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(c), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-256.

1973 Ed., § 1-171d.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-309.06 and § 1-309.33.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 19-137, in subsec. (b)(1)(A), substituted “90th calendar day” for “60th calendar day”; and, in subsec. (b)(2), substituted “144th calendar day” for “90th calendar day”.

D.C. Law 19-157, in subsec. (b)(2), substituted “120th calendar day” for “144th calendar day”.

Applicability

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to repeal the delayed applicability provision. Therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(c) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 201(b) of Comprehensive Military and Overseas Voters Accommodation Emergency Act of 2011 (D.C. Act 19-230, November 16, 2011, 58 DCR 9942).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 201(b) of Comprehensive Military and Overseas Voters Accommodation Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2012 (D.C. Act 19-310, February 22, 2012, 59 DCR 1688).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 4 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Boundaries Emergency Act of 2012 (D.C. Act 19-341, April 8, 2012, 59 DCR 2788).

Temporary Legislation

Section 201(b) of D.C. Law 19-88, in subsec. (b)(1)(A), substituted “90th calendar day” for “60th calendar day” and substituted “144th calendar day” for “90th calendar day”.

Section 302(b) of D.C. Law 19-88 provided that the act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect.

Section 4 of D.C. Law 19-145, in subsec. (b)(2), substituted “120th calendar day” for “144th calendar day”.

Section 7(b) of D.C. Law 19-145 provided that the act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect.


§ 1–309.06. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Election of members; term of office; vacancies; change in residency; resignation; removal.

(a) Following the initial elections of members of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in November 1976, subsequent elections of such members occurred in November of odd-numbered calendar years through 1981. Beginning in 1984, general elections of members of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions shall take place on the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November of each even-numbered calendar year.

(b)(1) Each member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall serve for a term of 2 years which shall begin at noon on the 2nd day of January next following the date of election of such member, or at noon on the day after the date the Board certifies the election of such member, whichever is later.

(2) Repealed.

(3) Each member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission holding office at August 2, 1983, shall continue in office until noon on the 2nd day of January next following the date of the election provided for in paragraph (2) [repealed] of this subsection.

(c) Repealed.

(d)(1) Whenever a vacancy exists in the office of a Commissioner, and the vacancy does not occur within the 6-month period prior to a general election, the vacancy shall be filled pursuant to paragraph (6) of this subsection. No vacancy shall be filled if it occurs within the 6-month period prior to a general election.

(2) For purposes of this section, a vacancy is deemed to exist upon the publication of a notice of the vacancy in the District of Columbia Register.

(3) Within 90 days of the date that the Board declares a vacancy, the members of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission where the vacancy exists shall fill the vacancy pursuant to paragraph (6) of this subsection.

(4) Each person appointed or elected to fill a vacancy shall meet the qualifications set forth in § 1-309.05(a).

(5) Each person appointed or elected to fill a vacancy shall serve until a successor has been certified and sworn in pursuant to subsection (b) of this section.

(6)(A) Within 5 days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays) after the date that the Board declares a vacancy, the Board shall make available petitions for the purpose of obtaining the signatures of registered qualified electors within the affected single-member district.

(B) If petitions are not obtained by any registered qualified elector within the affected single-member district within 14 working days after the petitions have been made available, the Board shall recertify the vacancy by republishing the notice required by paragraph (2) of this subsection.

(C) Within 21 days of the date that the Board makes the petitions available, persons interested in filling the vacancy shall submit a petition to the Board that contains the signatures of at least 25 registered qualified electors within the affected single-member district. The Board, after a 5-working-day challenge period, shall transmit a list of the names of persons who qualify for membership on the affected Advisory Neighborhood Commission.

(D) If there is only one person qualified to fill the vacancy within the affected single-member district, the vacancy shall be deemed filled by the qualified person and the Board shall certify the filling of the vacancy by publication in the District of Columbia Register.

(E) If the Board transmits a list of qualified candidates containing more than one name, the affected Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall give notice at a public meeting that at the next regularly scheduled or special meeting there shall be an open vote of the qualified registered electors of the affected single-member district to elect a Commissioner. All registered qualified electors shall display their voter identification card or, alternatively, be listed as a voter in the affected single-member district on the voter registration list provided by the Board. The ballots shall be counted by at least 2 impartial vote counters. The results shall be read aloud by the Chairperson of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, or alternatively, by such Commissioners as the Chairperson shall designate. In the event that the Chairperson is vacant, the results shall be read aloud by the Commissioner presiding over the meeting.

(F) After a vacancy has been filled pursuant to this subsection, the affected Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall transmit to the Board a resolution signed by 2 officers of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission that states the winner of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission single-member district election and requests that the Board declare the vacancy filled. The resolution shall also be sent to the following:

(i) The Council;

(ii) The Mayor; and

(iii) The person appointed or elected by the Commission.

(G) The Board shall certify the filling of the vacancy by publication in the District of Columbia Register.

(e) Any member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission who ceases to reside in the single-member district from which he or she is elected shall be considered to have resigned, and the office shall be declared vacant.

(f)(1) Any member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission who resigns from the single-member district from which he or she is elected shall submit a letter of resignation to the Board of Elections and a copy of the letter to the Council, the Mayor, the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Chairperson of the member’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission, and the Vice Chairperson of the member’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission. The Board of Elections shall then declare the vacancy.

(2) When a vacancy occurs in an Advisory Neighborhood Commission and no letter of resignation is submitted as required by paragraph (1) of this subsection, the respective Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall petition the Board, by a resolution signed by the Chairperson and the secretary of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, to declare the vacancy. The resolution shall be considered by the Advisory Neighborhood Commission at a special Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting called for the purpose of considering the vacancy. Prior to the special Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting, the Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall make a good faith effort to notify, in writing, the Commissioner who is the subject of the resolution. Notice of the meeting shall be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the Commissioner no later than 15 days prior to the meeting, and shall provide that the Commissioner shall have an opportunity to rebut the alleged vacancy. The resolution, accompanied by minutes of the meeting at which the resolution was adopted and a list of those attending the meeting, shall be sent to:

(A) The Board of Elections;

(B) The Council;

(C) The Mayor; and

(D) The Commissioner, whenever the vacancy is due to removal or failure to continue the qualifications for office under § 1-309.05.

(3)(A) Any qualified elector may, within a 10-day period, challenge the validity of the resolution filed under paragraph (2) of this subsection, by a written statement duly signed by the challenger, filed with the District of Columbia Board of Elections and specifying concisely the alleged defects in said resolution. A copy of the challenged statement shall be sent by the District of Columbia Board of Elections to the Chairperson of the petitioning Advisory Neighborhood Commission.

(B) The District of Columbia Board of Elections shall receive evidence in support of and in opposition to the challenge and shall determine the validity of the challenged resolution not more than 30 days after the challenge has been filed. Within 3 days after the announcement of the determination of the District of Columbia Board of Elections with respect to the validity of the resolution, either the challenger or the affected single-member district commissioner may apply to the District of Columbia Court of Appeals for a review of the reasonableness of such determination.

(C) The District of Columbia Court of Appeals shall expedite consideration of the determination. The decision of such Court shall be final and not appealable.

(D) If the resolution is found to be valid, then the District of Columbia Board of Elections shall declare the vacancy.

(4) Any member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission may resign prospectively by submitting an irrevocable letter of prospective resignation to the Board, with copies to the Council of the District of Columbia, the Mayor, and the Chairperson of the member’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission. The letter shall be sworn, state that it is irrevocable, and give the date that the resignation shall become effective. The resignation shall become effective not more than 60 days following receipt of the letter by the Board. Upon receipt of such letter the Board shall declare the prospective vacancy and proceed to fill it as provided in subsection (d) of this section.

(5) The Board shall have the authority to declare and certify a vacancy on its own initiative, without regard to paragraphs (1) or (2) of this subsection, when:

(A) The office of a Commissioner remains vacant after a general or special election; or

(B) The Board determines, through its established procedures for the maintenance of the voter registration roll, that a Commissioner is no longer a registered qualified elector actually residing in the single-member district from which the Commissioner was elected.

(g) Repealed.

(h)(1) The Board shall maintain a list of the names, a current telephone number, and home addresses of all members of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, and shall share that list on a monthly basis with the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions established in § 1-309.15.

(2) The Board shall not release the social security numbers of Commissioners.

(3) This list shall be published at least semiannually in the District of Columbia Register. This list shall also be provided by the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions established in § 1-309.15, to the Alcohol Beverage Control Board, the Historic Preservation Review Board, the Redevelopment Land Agency, the Zoning Commission and the Board of Zoning Adjustment, and to any other District government entity that requests it.

(4) Any change, which may be due to resignation, election, moving, or for any other reason, shall be reported when it occurs by the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions to the Alcohol Beverage Control Board, the Historic Preservation Review Board, the Redevelopment Land Agency, the Zoning Commission, the Board of Zoning Adjustment, and to any other District government entity that requests it.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 8, 22 DCR 2070; Oct. 30, 1975, D.C. Law 1-27, § 4, 22 DCR 2472; Sept. 20, 1977, D.C. Law 2-16, § 2(b), 24 DCR 3336; Sept. 8, 1979, D.C. Law 3-15, § 2, 25 DCR 11003; June 23, 1981, D.C. Law 4-14, § 2(b), 28 DCR 2132; Aug. 2, 1983, D.C. Law 5-17, § 2, 30 DCR 3196; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(a), (c), 31 DCR 3952; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-116, § 3, 31 DCR 4018; Mar. 16, 1988, D.C. Law 7-92, § 2, 35 DCR 716; Mar. 6, 1991, D.C. Law 8-203, § 3(b), 37 DCR 8420; Mar. 11, 1992, D.C. Law 9-75, § 3, 39 DCR 310; Oct. 3, 1992, D.C. Law 9-174, § 3(a), 39 DCR 5859; Sept. 30, 1993, D.C. Law 10-18, § 2, 40 DCR 5455; Sept. 22, 1994, D.C. Law 10-173, § 3, 41 DCR 5154; Oct. 26, 1995, D.C. Law 11-66, § 2, 42 DCR 4324; Jun. 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 2(b), 47 DCR 2741; Mar. 23, 2010, D.C. Law 18-130, § 2, 57 DCR 1191; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(d), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-257.

1973 Ed., § 1-171e.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-309.11, § 1-309.34, and § 1-1001.17.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 13-135 rewrote subsec. (d), which formerly read:

“(1) Whenever a vacancy exists in the office of a Commissioner, and the vacancy does not occur within the 6-month period prior to a general election, the vacancy shall be filled pursuant to paragraph (6) of this subsection. No vacancy shall be filled if it occurs within the 6-month period prior to a general election.

“(2) For purposes of this section, a vacancy is deemed to exist upon the publication of a notice of the vacancy in the District of Columbia Register.

“(3) Within 90 days of the date that the Board declares a vacancy, the members of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission area where the vacancy exists

shall fill the vacancy pursuant to paragraph (6) of this subsection.

“(4) Each person appointed or elected to fill a vacancy shall meet the qualifications set forth in § 1-256(a).

“(5) Each person appointed or elected to fill a vacancy shall serve until a successor has been certified and sworn in pursuant to subsection (b) of this section.

“(6)(A) Within 5 days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays) after the date that the Board declares a vacancy, the Board shall make available petitions for the purpose of obtaining the signatures of registered qualified electors within the affected single-member district.

“(B) In the event petitions are not obtained by any registered qualified elector within the affected single-member district within 7 working days after the petitions have been made available, the Board shall recertify the vacancy by republishing the notice required by paragraph (2) of this subsection.

“(C) Within 21 days of the date the Board makes the petitions available, persons interested in filling the vacancy shall submit a petition to the Board that contains the signatures of at least 25 registered qualified electors within the affected single-member district. The Board, after a 5-working-day challenge period, shall transmit a list of the names of persons who qualify for appointment to the affected Advisory Neighborhood Commission area.

“(D) If there is only one person qualified to fill the vacancy within the affected single-member district, the area Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners shall appoint the qualified person to the vacant Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner position at its next regularly scheduled meeting.

“(E) If the Board transmits a list of qualified candidates containing more than one name, the affected area Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall give notice at a public meeting that at the next regularly scheduled meeting there shall be an open vote of the members of the affected single-member district to elect the new commissioner. All registered qualified electors shall display their voter identification card or, alternatively, be listed on the voter registration list (provided by the Board) as a voter in the affected single-member district. The ballots shall be counted by at least two impartial vote counters. The results shall be read aloud by the Chair of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, or alternatively, by such commissioners as the Chair shall designate.

“(F) After a vacancy has been filled pursuant to this subsection, the affected area Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall transmit to the Board a resolution signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission that states the winner of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner SMD election and requests that the Board declare the vacancy filled. The resolution shall also be sent to the following:

“(i) The Council of the District of Columbia;

“(ii) The Mayor; and

“(iii) The person appointed or elected by the Commission.

“(G) The Board shall certify the filling of the vacancy by publication in the District of Columbia Register.”;

rewrote subsec. (f)(2), which formerly read:

“When a vacancy occurs on an Advisory Neighborhood Commission and no letter of resignation is submitted as required by paragraph (1) of this subsection, the respective Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall petition the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, by a resolution signed by the Chairman and the secretary of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, to declare the vacancy. The resolution shall be considered by the Commission at a public meeting of the Commission. Prior to the meeting, the Commission shall make a good faith effort to notify, in writing, the Commissioner who is the subject of the resolution. Notice of the meeting shall be sent to the Commissioner no later than 20 days prior to the meeting by certified mail, return receipt requested, and shall provide that the Commissioner shall have an opportunity to rebut the alleged vacancy. The resolution, accompanied by minutes of the meeting at which the resolution was adopted and a list of those attending the meeting, shall be sent to: (A) The District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, (B) the Council of the District of Columbia, and the Mayor, and (C) the Commissioner, whenever the vacancy is due to removal or failure to continue the qualifications for office under § 1-256(a).”;

and rewrote subsec. (h), which formerly read:

“The Board shall maintain a list of the names and home addresses of all members of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.

“(1) This list shall be published at least annually in the District of Columbia Register. This list shall also be provided by the Board to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and to any other government agency that requests it.

“(2) Any change, which may be due to resignation, election, moving, or for any other reason, shall be reported when it occurs by the Board to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and to any other government agency that requests it.”

D.C. Law 18-130, in subsec. (d)(6)(C), substituted “membership on” for “appointment to”; rewrote subsec. (d)(6)(D); in subsec. (d)(6)(E), substituted “scheduled or special meeting” for “scheduled meeting”; and rewrote subsec. (f)(1).

Cross References

Elections, recall of elected officials, see § 1-1001.17.

Expiration of Law

Expiration of Law 11-66

Section 3(b) of D.C. Law 11-66 provided that the act shall expire on Sept. 30, 1999.

Applicability

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to repeal the delayed applicability provision. Therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(d) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Vacancy Emergency Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Act 13-145, October 18, 1999, 46 DCR 9906).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Vacancy Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Act 13-221, January 11, 2000, 47 DCR 467).

Temporary Legislation

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Election Temporary Amendment Act of 1992 (D.C. Law 9-257, March 25, 1993, law notification 40 DCR 6227).

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Special Election Repeal Temporary Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Law 11-17, May 27, 1995, law notification 42 DCR 2844).

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Vacancy Temporary Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Law 13-69, April 5, 2000, law notification 47 DCR 2626).

References in Text

“Paragraph (2) of this subsection”, which established the term of members elected in 1984, referred to in (b)(3), was repealed by D.C. Law 5-116, § 3(b), effective September 26, 1984.


§ 1–309.07. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Determination of election winners.

The candidate in each single-member district receiving the highest number of votes cast in such election shall be declared the winner, except that in the case of a tie the procedures set forth in § 1-1001.10(c) shall govern.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 9, 22 DCR 2071.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-258.

1973 Ed., § 1-171f.


§ 1–309.08. Boundary changes.

(a) Petitions for changes in the boundaries of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission area or single-member district within any such area may be filed with the Council of the District of Columbia during the month of January of the year in which elections for Advisory Neighborhood Commissions are to be held. Such petitions must be signed by at least 5 percent of the registered qualified electors of such Advisory Neighborhood Commission area.

(b) Upon certification by the Board to the Chairman of the Council that 5 percent of the registered qualified electors of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission have signed such a petition, the Council shall, after public hearing, accept or reject such petition.

(c) The Council shall accept or reject such a petition within 3 months after its receipt.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 10, 22 DCR 2071; Oct. 30, 1975, D.C. Law 1-27, § 4, 22 DCR 2472; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(a), 31 DCR 3952.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-259.

1973 Ed., § 1-171g.


§ 1–309.09. Conduct of elections.

(a) The Board is authorized to conduct the elections provided for in this part and to adopt, amend, repeal, and enforce such regulations as are deemed necessary to carry out the provisions of this part. The Board shall conduct such elections in the same manner as elections held under subchapter I of Chapter 10 of this title.

(b) For the purposes of this part, the term “registered qualified elector” means a qualified elector, as defined in § 1-1001.02, registered under § 1-1001.07.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 11, 22 DCR 2072; June 19, 1976, D.C. Law 1-72, § 7, 23 DCR 578.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-260.

1973 Ed., § 1-171h.


§ 1–309.10. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Duties and responsibilities; notice; great weight; access to documents; reports; contributions.

(a) Each Advisory Neighborhood Commission (“Commission”) may advise the Council of the District of Columbia, the Mayor and each executive agency, and all independent agencies, boards and commissions of the government of the District of Columbia with respect to all proposed matters of District government policy including, but not limited to, decisions regarding planning, streets, recreation, social services programs, education, health, safety, budget, and sanitation which affect that Commission area.

(b) The executive branch and any independent agency, board, or commission shall give 30-days written notice, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays, of: (1) the intent to acquire an interest in real property, either through purchase or lease; or (2) the intent to change the use of property owned or leased by or on behalf of the government; to the OANC, each affected Commission, the Commissioner representing a single-member district affected by said actions, and to each affected Ward Councilmember, except where shorter notice on good cause made and published with the notice may be provided, or in the case of an emergency, and the notice shall be published in the District of Columbia Register. In cases in which the 30-day written notice requirement is not satisfied, notification of such proposed government action or actions to the Commissioner representing the affected single-member district shall be made by mail. The Register shall be made available, without cost, to each Commission. A central record of all such notices shall be held by the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.

(c)(1) In addition to those notices required in subsection (b) of this section, each agency, board and commission shall, before the award of any grant funds to a citizen organization or group, before the transmission to the Council of a proposed revenue bond issuance, or before the formulation of any final policy decision or guideline with respect to grant applications, comprehensive plans, requested or proposed zoning changes, variances, public improvements, licenses, or permits affecting said Commission area, the District budget and city goals and priorities, proposed changes in District government service delivery, and the opening of any proposed facility systems, provide to each affected Commission notice of the proposed action as required by subsection (b) of this section. Each District of Columbia government entity shall maintain a record of the notices sent to each Commission pursuant to subsection (b) of this section.

(1A) All notices transmitted pursuant to this section may be by electronic mail, unless otherwise provided by law, or unless the party to be noticed requests in writing to receive first-class mail notifications. Requests for first-class mail notification under this subsection shall be sent to the OANC, which shall forward the requests to all Advisory Neighborhood Commission Liaisons.

(2)(A) The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (“ABC Board”) or its designee shall give notice to Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Commission or Commissions representing the area within 600 feet of where the applicant’s establishment is located, and the Commissioner representing an affected single-member district at least 45 calendar days prior to a hearing on applications for issuance or renewal of retailer’s licenses, class A, B, C/R, C/T, C/N, C/H, C/X, D/R, D/T, D/N, D/H, D/X, and consumption licenses for clubs, or for transfer of a license of any of these classes to a different location. The ABC Board or its designee party shall give notice by electronic mail, subject to paragraph (1A) of this subsection, posted not less than 5 calendar days prior to the first day of the 45-calendar-day notice period, and addressed to:

(i) The Commission office, with sufficient copies of the notice for distribution to each Commissioner;

(ii) The Chairperson of the Commission at his or her home address of record; and

(iii) The Commissioner in whose single-member district the establishment is located at his or her home address of record.

(B) In addition, the ABC Board shall provide to each Commission office, on a quarterly basis, a printed list of all Alcohol Beverage Control licenses due to expire in the ensuing 6 months. An Advisory Neighborhood Commission may object to the application in the manner set forth in § 25-115(c) and (e).

(3) The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs shall ensure that each affected Commission, the Commissioner representing the affected single member district, the affected ward Councilmember, and the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions is provided a current list at least twice a month of applications for construction, demolition, raze, and public space permits. The list may be provided by electronic mail, subject to paragraph (1A) of this subsection.

(4) The Office of Zoning shall ensure that each affected Commission, the Commissioner representing the affected single member district, the affected ward Councilmember, and the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions is provided notice of applications, public hearings, proposed actions, and actions on all zoning cases. The notice may be provided by electronic mail, subject to paragraph (1A) of this subsection.

(d)(1) Each Commission so notified pursuant to subsections (b) and (c) of this section of the proposed District government action or actions shall consider each such action or actions in a meeting with notice given in accordance with § 1-309.11(c) which is open to the public in accordance with § 1-309.11(g). The recommendations of the Commission, if any, shall be in writing and articulate the basis for its decision.

(2) At the close of business of the day after which the notice period concludes as provided in subsection (b) or (c) of this section, the affected District government entity may proceed to make its decision.

(3)(A) The issues and concerns raised in the recommendations of the Commission shall be given great weight during the deliberations by the government entity. Great weight requires acknowledgement of the Commission as the source of the recommendations and explicit reference to each of the Commission’s issues and concerns.

(B) In all cases the government entity is required to articulate its decision in writing. The written rationale of the decision shall articulate with particularity and precision the reasons why the Commission does or does not offer persuasive advice under the circumstances. In so doing, the government entity must articulate specific findings and conclusions with respect to each issue and concern raised by the Commission. Further, the government entity is required to support its position on the record.

(C) The government entity shall promptly send to the Commission and the respective ward Councilmember a copy of its written decision.

(4) Oral testimony shall be followed as if provided in advance in writing as required by paragraph (1) of this subsection when accompanied within 7 days by written documentation approved by the respective Commission, which supports the testimony.

(e) Reserved.

(f) Each Commission may present its views to any federal or District agency.

(g) The Commission shall not have the power to initiate a legal action in the courts of the District of Columbia or in the federal courts, provided that this limitation does not apply to or prohibit any Commissioner from bringing suit as a citizen.

(h)(1) Each Commission may initiate its own proposal for District government action. The District government entity to which the proposal is made shall acknowledge the proposal in writing to the initiating Commission within 10 days of receipt of the proposal and shall issue a status report to the initiating Commission within 60 days of receipt.

(2) Any Commission may hold public hearings on requested or proposed government actions. Commissions may invite public witnesses from any executive or independent entity to testify before the Commission. Within 45 days of the close of the public hearing, the Commission may submit to the Council a report detailing the Commission’s findings and recommendations to be included in any public record of the proposed government action.

(i)(1) Each Commission shall have access to District government officials and to all District government official documents and public data pursuant to § 2-531 et seq. that are material to the exercise of its development of recommendations to the District government.

(2) The Mayor shall provide to all Commissions, at no cost, current zoning and alcohol beverage control regulations, and any other regulations requested in writing by the respective Commission not available electronically, in order for Commissioners to adequately perform their responsibilities.

(j)(1) On or before November 30 of each year, each Commission may file an annual report with the Council and the Mayor for the preceding fiscal year. Such report shall include, but shall not be limited to:

(A) Summaries of important problems perceived by the Commission in order of their priority;

(B) Recommendations for actions to be taken by the District government;

(C) Recommendations for improvements on the operation of the Commissions;

(D) Financial report; and

(E) A Summary of Commission activities.

(2) Minority reports may be filed.

(k) Reserved.

(l) No Commission may solicit or receive funds unless specifically authorized to do so by the Council, except that receipt of individual contributions of $1,000 or less need not be approved by the Council. No person shall make any contribution, nor shall a Commission receive any contribution from any person which, when aggregated with all other contributions received from that person, exceeds $1,000 per calendar year. Each Commission shall file with its quarterly reports to the OANC required pursuant to § 1-309.13(j) details of all contributions received during the relevant period of time.

(m) Each Commission shall monitor complaints of Commission area residents with respect to the delivery of District government services and file comments on same with the appropriate District government entity and the Council.

(n) Each Commission shall develop an annual fiscal year spending plan budget for the upcoming fiscal year within 60 days of notification of the amount of the Commission’s annual allotment. Prior to adoption of the budget at a public meeting, the Commission shall present the budget at a public meeting of the Commission to elicit comments from the residents of the Commission area.

(n-1) By December 1 of each year, each Commission shall publish an annual report or newsletter that summarizes the activities of the Commission in service to the community over the preceding 12 months, including a highlighting of key issues voted upon, comments submitted to District agencies, and issuance of community grants.

(o) Each Commission may, where appropriate, constitute the citizen advisory mechanism required by any federal statute (unless specifically prohibited by federal statute).

(p) Each Commission that adopts recommendations regarding legislation pending before the Council shall forward a copy of the recommendations to the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (“Office”) and to the Secretary to the Council within 14 days after adoption. The Office shall keep a publicly accessible file of all Commission recommendations submitted pursuant to this subsection.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 13; as added Mar. 26, 1976, D.C. Law 1-58, § 2, 22 DCR 5454; Apr. 19, 1977, D.C. Law 1-120, § 3, 23 DCR 9924; Oct. 26, 1977, D.C. Law 2-30, § 2(a), (b), 24 DCR 3723; Apr. 30, 1988, D.C. Law 7-104, § 37, 35 DCR 147; Mar. 6, 1991, D.C. Law 8-203, § 3(c), 37 DCR 8420; Oct. 3, 1992, D.C. Law 9-174, § 3(b), 39 DCR 5859; Apr. 29, 1998, D.C. Law 12-91, § 2(a), 45 DCR 1312; Jun. 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 3(a), 47 DCR 2741; Mar. 6, 2002, D.C. Law 14-79, § 2, 48 DCR 11266; June 12, 2003, D.C. Law 14-310, § 3, 50 DCR 1092; Sept. 30, 2004, D.C. Law 15-187, § 104, 51 DCR 6525; Apr. 13, 2005, D.C. Law 15-349, § 2, 52 DCR 1997; Mar. 3, 2010, D.C. Law 18-111, § 2011, 57 DCR 181; Mar. 14, 2012, D.C. Law 19-102, § 2, 59 DCR 430; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(e), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-261.

1973 Ed., § 1-171i.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 2-502, § 2-551, § 6-641.09, § 9-425.02, and § 10-801.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 13-135, in the section heading added “notice; great weight; access to documents; reports; contributions”, and rewrote the section.

D.C. Law 14-79, in subsec. (l), substituted “$1000” for “$400” in two places.

D.C. Law 14-310, in subsec. (c)(1), inserted “before the transmission to the Council of a proposed revenue bond issuance,” after “organization or group,”.

D.C. Law 15-187, in subsec. (c)(2)(A), substituted “The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (‘ABC Board’) or its designee shall give notice to Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Commission or Commissions representing the area within 600 feet of where the applicant’s establishment is located, and the Commissioner representing an affected single-member district at least 45 calendar days prior to a hearing on applications for issuance or renewal of retailer’s licenses, class A, B, C/R, C/T, C/N, C/H, C/X, D/R, D/T, D/N, D/H, D/X, and consumption licenses for clubs, or for transfer of a license of any of these classes to a different location.” for “The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (‘ABC Board’) or its designee shall give notice to Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Commission representing the area in which the applicant’s establishment is located, and the Commissioner representing an affected single-member district at least 45 calendar days prior to a hearing on applications for issuance or renewal of retailer’s licenses, class A, B, C/R, C/T, C/N, C/H, C/X, D/R, D/T, D/N, D/H, D/X, and consumption licenses for clubs, or for transfer of a license of any of these classes to a different location.”

D.C. Law 15-349, in subsec. (b), substituted “District government actions or proposed actions, including (1) the intent to acquire an interest in real property, either through purchase or lease or (2) the intent to change the use of property owned or leased by or on behalf of the government,” for “District government actions or proposed actions”.

D.C. Law 18-111 added subsecs. (c)(3) and (4).

D.C. Law 19-102 added subsec. (p).

Cross References

National capital revitalization program, relation to other laws, see § 2-1219.07.

Sale of public lands, Mayor’s authority, notice to affected advisory neighborhood commission, see § 10-801.

Applicability

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to repeal the delayed applicability provision. Therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(e) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary (90 days) amendment of this section, see § 2(a) of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Transfer Authorization Emergency Amendment Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-35, Mar. 28, 2017, 64 DCR 3103).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Annual Contribution Emergency Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Act 14-125, August 3, 2001, 48 DCR 7932).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Annual Contribution Legislative Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Act 14-162, November 2, 2001, 48 DCR 10402).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2011 of Fiscal Year 2010 Budget Support Second Emergency Act of 2009 (D.C. Act 18-207, October 15, 2009, 56 DCR 8234).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2011 of Fiscal Year Budget Support Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2009 (D.C. Act 18-260, January 4, 2010, 57 DCR 345).

Temporary Legislation

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Annual Contribution Temporary Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Law 14-60, January 24, 2002, law notification 49 DCR 989).

Section 2 of D.C. Law 19-3 added a section to read as follows:

“Sec. 2. A plan to train Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners.

“(a) Within 90 days of the effective date of the One City Service and Response Training Emergency Act of 2011, effective February 15, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-16; 58 DCR 1534), the Mayor shall submit a plan to the Council on instituting a program to train Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners in responding to emergency situations to assist the efforts of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency and other applicable emergency response agencies.

“(b) In addition to other emergency situation training, the plan shall include training to properly respond to snow emergencies and down, or damaged, power lines.”

Section 4(b) of D.C. Law 19-3 provided that the act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect.

Short Title

Short title: Section 2010 of D.C. Law 18-111 provided that subtitle B of title II of the act may be cited as the “Expedited Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Notification Amendment Act of 2009”.

Transfer of Functions

The functions of the Department of Licenses, Investigations, and Inspections were transferred to the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs by Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1983, effective March 31, 1983.

References in Text

Section 25-115, referred to in subsection (c)(2)(B) of this section, is part of Title 25, D.C. Code, which title was amended and enacted by D.C. Law 13-298, effective May 3, 2001. For disposition of the subject matter of former Title 25, see the Disposition Table preceding § 25-101.

Editor's Notes

Authorization for the solicitation and acceptance of grant monies by Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2D: Pursuant to §§ 2 and 3 of D.C. Law 10-130, the Council authorized Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2D to solicit and accept grant monies for the funding of an employee to research development proposals within its boundaries. Section 4(b) of D.C. Law 10-130 provided that the act expires on December 31, 1995.


§ 1–309.11. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Meetings; bylaws governing operation and internal structure; officers; open meetings.

(a) Reserved.

(b)(1) Each Commission shall meet in public session at regular intervals at least 9 times per year at locations that are designed to reasonably accommodate the residents of the Commission area, depending on the issues to be considered by the Commission. The Commission may declare a quorum and take official action if a majority of single-member district Commissioners of the Commission is present, provided that a majority of the single-member districts have Commissioners on the Commission pursuant to § 1-309.06.

(1A) A Commissioner must be physically present at a public meeting in order to participate in the meeting, including being counted toward the presence of a quorum and voting on matters before the Commission.

(2) To the extent possible, each Commission shall, at its first meeting of the calendar year, adopt a schedule of regular Commission meetings for the remainder of the calendar year. Each Commission shall, at its public meetings, consider and make recommendations on matters before the Commission that may include, but are not limited to, actions or proposed actions of the Council, the Mayor, executive branch agencies, or any independent agency, board, or commission.

(3) Each Commission shall set aside a portion of each public meeting to hear the views of residents within the Commission area and other affected persons on problems or issues of concern within the Commission area and on proposed District government actions that affect the Commission area. Community views shall be adequately considered in positions taken by the Commission. Each Commission shall establish mechanisms to ensure the broadest dissemination of information with respect to Commission meetings, positions, and actions.

(c) Each Commission shall give notice of all meetings or convocations to each Commissioner and residents of the Commission area no less than 7 days prior to the date of such meeting. Shorter notice may be given in the case of an emergency or for other good cause articulated in the notice. Notice of regular and emergency meetings must include, but is not limited to, at least 2 of the following:

(1) Posting written notices in at least 4 conspicuous places in each single-member district within the Commission area;

(2) Publication in a city or community newspaper;

(3) Transmitting or distributing notice to a list of residents and other stakeholders in the community; and

(4) In any other manner approved by the Commission.

(c-1)(1) No fewer than 7 calendar days before any regular monthly public Commission meeting, the Commission shall:

(A) Publish a draft agenda for the meeting via each website the Commission maintains; and

(B) Transmit the draft agenda electronically to the OANC.

(2) The Commission shall retain the right to modify the draft agenda for a public meeting as necessary following publication of the draft agenda; provided, that the Commission shall only discuss or take official action upon an item added to a draft agenda after initial publication pursuant to this subsection upon official approval of the addition of the item to the agenda by the Commission.

(c-2) Any individual or entity whose property or business may be the subject of discussion or official action by a Commission may notify the Commission in writing that the individual or entity wishes to be directly contacted upon the placement of the property or business on a published draft agenda, and of the preferred method of contact. Any Commission so notified shall make a good-faith attempt to contact the notifying individual or entity in a timely manner, using the preferred method of contact specified, upon adding to a published draft agenda any matter directly pertaining to the property or business of the individual or entity.

(d) Each Commission shall establish bylaws governing its operation and internal structure.

(1) These bylaws shall include the following:

(A) The geographic boundaries of the Commission area;

(B) A statement of Commission responsibilities;

(C) Voting procedures;

(D) The establishment of standing and special committees, including provisions for giving public notice of all committee meetings;

(E) The manner of selection of chairpersons and other officers;

(F) Presiding officers;

(G) Procedures for prompt review and action on committee recommendations;

(H) The use of the Commission office and supplies;

(I) Procedures for receipt of, and action upon constituent recommendations at both the single-member district and Commission levels;

(J) Pursuant to § 1-309.13(c), the procedures for the filling of a vacancy in the office of treasurer; and

(K) Transition protocols for officer positions; and

(L) A tiebreaking procedure for Commission officer elections.

(2) Said bylaws shall be consistent with the provisions of this part and other applicable laws and shall be a public document.

(3) An up-to-date copy of each Commission’s bylaws and all amendments thereto shall be filed with the Council and the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions within 30 days of any amendment to the bylaws.

(d-1) No Commission shall be entitled to incorporation, provided that no member of the Commission may be liable for action taken as an elected representative from a single-member district.

(e)(1) Each Commission shall elect from among its members at a public meeting of the Commission held in January of each year, a Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Secretary, and Treasurer. Each Commission may also elect any other officers that the Commission deems necessary. For each Commission officer election, the Commission shall nominate a non-Commissioner to count ballots for officer positions.

(1A)(A) The Chairperson shall serve as convener of the Commission and shall chair the Commission meetings.

(B) The Vice-Chairperson shall fulfill the obligations of the Chairperson upon the absence, death, incapacitation, or resignation of the Chairperson.

(C) The Secretary shall ensure that appropriate minutes of Commission meetings are kept and that appropriate notice of Commission meetings is provided in accordance with subsection (c) of this section. The Secretary shall ensure that Commission meeting agendas, minutes, and written recommendations for other government entities are electronically transmitted to the OANC upon their completion.

(D) The Treasurer shall ensure that the responsibilities provided for in § 1-309.13 are fulfilled. No individual may serve as both the Chairperson and Treasurer simultaneously for any Commission.

(E) The views or recommendations of each Commission shall be presented only by its officers, Commissioners, or representatives appointed by the Commission at a public meeting to represent the Commission's views on a particular issue or proposed action.

(2)(A) Removal of any officer shall be undertaken at a special Commission meeting.

(B) A special Commission meeting to remove an officer shall be called if at least one-half of the elected Commissioners request in writing that the Chairperson take such action. After the request is made, the Chairperson shall schedule the meeting to take place within 30 days of receipt of the request.

(C) The Chairperson shall preside over the meeting unless the vote will affect the Chairperson’s own position. In that case, the vice-chairperson shall act as the presiding officer.

(D) Provided a quorum is present at the special Commission meeting called pursuant to subparagraph (B) of this paragraph, the vote of a majority of the Commissioners shall remove the officer from his or her office.

(3) Where not otherwise provided, the procedures of the Commission shall be governed by Robert’s Rules of Order.

(f) Chairmanship of each Commission committee or task force shall be open to any resident of the Commission area. The chairperson of each such committee or task force shall be appointed by the Commission. Each Commission shall make a good faith effort to involve all segments of the Commission population in its deliberations regardless of race, sex, age, voting status, religion, economic status, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.

(f-1) Committees and task forces of a Commission shall be advisory only, except that a Commission may officially adopt committee or task force determinations. A Commission shall not delegate official decision-making authority to any committee or task force.

(g) Each Commission, including each committee of a Commission, shall be subject to the open meetings provisions of § 1-207.42. No meeting may be closed to the public unless personnel or legal matters are discussed. Without limiting the scope of § 1-207.42, the following categories of information shall be specifically made available to the public subject to § 2-534:

(1) The names, salaries, title, and dates of employment of all employees of the Commission;

(2) Final decisions of the Commission, including concurring and dissenting opinions;

(3) Information of every kind dealing with the receipt or expenditure of public or other funds by the Commission;

(4) All documents not related to personnel and legal matters;

(5) The minutes of all Commission meetings; and

(6) Reports of the District of Columbia Auditor.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 14; as added Mar. 26, 1976, D.C. Law 1-58, § 2, 22 DCR 5460; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-111, § 2(d), 31 DCR 3952; Mar. 6, 1991, D.C. Law 8-203, § 3(d), 37 DCR 8420; Apr. 29, 1998, D.C. Law 12-91, § 2(b), 45 DCR 1312; Jun. 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 3(b), 47 DCR 2741; June 25, 2008, D.C. Law 17-177, § 2(b), 55 DCR 3696; Mar. 31, 2011, D.C. Law 18-350, § 3, 58 DCR 734; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(f), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-262.

1973 Ed., § 1-171j.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-309.10 and § 2-574.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 13-135 added “open meetings” in the section heading; and rewrote this section, which formerly read:

“(a) Repealed.

“(b) Each Commission shall meet in public session at regular intervals at least 9 times per year at locations that are designed to reasonably accommodate the residents of the Commission area, depending on the issues to be considered by the Commission. A Commission may declare a quorum and take official action if a majority of elected representatives of the Commission is present, provided that a majority of the single-member districts have representatives on the Commission pursuant to § 1-257. To the extent possible, each Commission shall, at its first meeting of the calendar year, adopt a schedule of regular Commission meetings for the remainder of the calendar year. Each Commission shall, at its public meetings, consider and make recommendations on matters before the Commission that may include, but are not limited to, actions or proposed actions of the Council, the Mayor, executive branch agencies, or any independent agency, board, or commission. Each Commission shall set aside a portion of each public meeting to hear the views of residents within the Commission area and other affected persons on problems or issues of concern within the Commission area and on proposed District government actions that affect the Commission area. Community views shall be adequately considered in positions taken by the Commission. Each Commission shall establish mechanisms to ensure the broadest dissemination of information with respect to Commission meetings, positions, and actions.

“(c) Each Commission shall give notice of all meetings or convocations to each Commission member and residents of the Commission area no less than 7 days prior to the date of such meeting. Shorter notice may be given in the case of an emergency or for other good cause. Notice of regular and emergency meetings may be given by:

“(1) Posting written notices in at least 2 conspicuous places in each single-member district within the Commission area;

“(2) Publication in a city or community newspaper;

“(3) Mailing notice to a mailing list; and

“(4) In any other manner directed by the Commission.

“(d) Each Commission shall establish bylaws governing its operation and internal structure.

“(1) These bylaws shall include a statement of Commission responsibilities, voting procedures, the establishment of standing and special committees, the manner of selection of chairpersons and other officers, procedures for prompt review and action on committee recommendations and procedures for receipt of and action upon constituent recommendations at both the single-member district and Commission levels. Said bylaws shall be consistent with the provisions of this act and other applicable laws and shall be a public document.

“(2) An up-to-date copy of each Commission’s bylaws and all amendments thereto shall be filed with the Council of the District of Columbia within 30 days of any amendment to the bylaws. No Commission shall be entitled to incorporation, provided that no member of the Commission may be liable for action taken as an elected representative from a single-member district.

“(e) Each Commission shall elect from among its members at a public meeting of the Commission held in January of each year a Chairperson, vice-chairperson, secretary, and treasurer. Each Commission may also elect any other officers the Commission deems necessary. The Chairperson shall serve as convenor of the Commission and shall chair the Commission meetings. The vice-chairperson shall fulfill the obligations of the Chairperson in the Chairperson’s absence. The secretary shall ensure that appropriate minutes of Commission meetings are kept and that appropriate notice of Commission meetings is provided in accordance with subsection (c) of this section. The treasurer shall perform the duties provided for in § 1-264. The views or recommendations of each Commission shall only be presented by its officers, Commissioners, or representatives appointed by the Commission at a public meeting to represent the Commission’s views on a particular issue or proposed action. Where not otherwise provided, the procedures of the Commission shall be governed by Robert’s Rules of Order.

“(f) Chairmanship of each Commission committee or task force shall be open to any resident of the Commission area. The chairperson of each such committee or task force shall be appointed by the Commission. Each Commission shall make a good faith effort to involve all segments of the Commission population in its deliberations regardless of race, sex, age, voting status, religious or economic status.

“(g) Each Commission shall be subject to the provisions of § 1-1504(a).”

D.C. Law 17-177, in subsec. (f), substituted “sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression” for “or sexual orientation”.

D.C. Law 18-350, in subsec. (d)(1)(D), substituted “special committees, including provisions for giving public notice of all committee meetings;” for “special committees;”; and, in subsec. (g), substituted “Each Commission, including each committee of a Commission, shall be subject” for “Each Commission shall be subject”.

Applicability

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to repeal the delayed applicability provision. Therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(f) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.


§ 1–309.12. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Joint meetings; involvement of neighborhood groups; service area coordinators; service area manager; citizen’s advisory mechanism.

(a) Commissions may meet jointly either formally or informally to deal more effectively with or respond to common issues and concerns. A Commissioner of an individual Commission may represent and participate in a formal joint meeting only after the individual Commission has authorized the participation of the Commission in the joint meeting. For any official action taken in a formal joint meeting, the Commission shall specify in a resolution the scope of any individual Commissioner’s participation. Action taken by individual Commissioners in an informal joint meeting shall follow the general direction of the Commission.

(b) Each Commission may involve representatives of other neighborhood groups in the work of its standing or special committees.

(c) The Mayor shall appoint a service area coordinator for each ward who shall act as the chairperson of the service area committee in that ward and shall coordinate all District government services at the ward level to residents of the ward. The head of each District government department or agency that delivers services at the ward level shall appoint a service area manager who shall oversee the day-to-day operations of the department or agency within the ward and shall represent that department or agency on the service area committee of that ward. The service area coordinators and managers shall work closely with the Commissions in their service area ward and shall provide them with any technical assistance necessary to the performance of their duties and responsibilities.

(d)(1) The Council may assist the individual Commissions in the following areas:

(A) Dispute resolution between the entities of the District government and the individual Commissions to facilitate the advisory process;

(B) Providing the training to Commissioners with respect to the procedures and content of District laws, including, but not limited to, laws governing zoning and licenses to sell alcohol; and

(C) Any other assistance necessary and feasible to enable the Commissions to perform their statutory duties.

(2) The OANC shall provide assistance to the Commissions in the following areas:

(A) Review of quarterly financial reports to ensure compliance with current law;

(B) Monitoring of Commission expenditures and responses to inquiries from individual Commissions on the legality of proposed actual expenditures; and

(C) Training of Chairpersons and treasurers regarding required financial reports and submissions.

(3) The Mayor shall provide assistance to the Commissions in the following areas:

(A) Repealed.

(B) Liaison efforts between the individual Commissions and District government entities to ensure responsiveness to Commission requests and compliance with current law;

(C) Provision of government-owned or leased office space to any requesting Commission pursuant to § 1-309.13(q);

(C-i) Not Funded.

(C-ii) Not Funded.

(D) Within 180 days of June 27, 2000, issue regulations to provide parking privileges for Commissioners while on official business; and

(E) Any other assistance necessary to ensure that a Commission is able to perform its statutory duties.

(4) The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia shall provide legal interpretations of statutes concerning or affecting the Commissions, or of issues or concerns affecting the Commissions. These interpretations may be requested directly by any Commission or by the OANC.

(5) Within 180 days after April 7, 2017, the Mayor shall provide the following:

(A) An email address for each Commission Chairperson, including the word "chair" and the single-member district alphanumeric designation, correspondence to which shall automatically be directed to the government-provided single-member district email address of the Commission Chairperson.

(B) An online Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Portal ("ANC Portal") where District agencies, boards, and commissions may post notices and documentation, Commissioners may post questions and comments, and agencies may respond to questions and comments posted by Commissioners. All content uploaded to the ANC Portal shall be accessible for viewing by the general public. Communications between government entities and Commissioners via the ANC Portal shall not be considered sufficient for meeting the requirements of § 1-309.10.

(6) The District of Columbia Office of Open Government ("OOG") shall develop a training program and materials on the requirements of subchapter II of Chapter 5 of Title 2 ("FOIA") with respect to Advisory Neighborhood Commissions. The OOG shall coordinate with the OANC to include OOG-developed FOIA training materials in Commissioner training sessions provided by the OANC. OOG shall also provide a training session at least twice per calendar year on Commission obligations under FOIA, to which all Commissioners shall be invited.

(e) Whenever a District government entity is required to establish a citizen’s advisory mechanism, appointments to that mechanism shall be made in such a manner as to ensure as far as possible the equal representation on the mechanism of each electoral ward, provided that, members of the advisory mechanism possess skills relevant to the tasks for which the advisory mechanism was established and, in the event that the size of the advisory mechanism requires the appointment of more than one person per ward, ward appointments shall be made in such a manner so as to ensure as far as possible a fair representation of each Commission area.

(f)(1) Each executive and independent agency, board, and commission of the District shall assign an individual to act as an Advisory Neighborhood Commission Liaison who shall serve as a designated contact for all Commissioners conducting official business with the government entity. The duties of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Liaison shall include transmitting notice to Commissions pursuant to § 1-309.10 for any action that the government entity has determined to require notice under § 1-309.10, acknowledging receipt of Commission-approved comments submitted pursuant to § 1-309.10(d), and forwarding the Commission comments to the appropriate staff.

(2) The OANC shall maintain a list of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Liaisons.

(3) The Mayor shall transmit to each Commission and the OANC the e-mail and telephone contact information for any newly designated Advisory Neighborhood Commission Liaison within 5 business days of the designation.

(g) The Mayor shall provide informational materials to all newly hired or promoted District supervisory employees of the executive branch on the role of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, and on their relationship to other government entities with which they interact. The materials shall cover the responsibilities of District agencies under § 1-309.10.

(h) The OANC shall hold biannual training sessions on the responsibilities of District agencies with respect to Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, including those responsibilities under § 1-309.10. The OANC shall invite the director or highest-ranking officer of each District government agency, board, or commission, or his or her designee, to attend the training.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 15; as added Mar. 26, 1976, D.C. Law 1-58, § 2, 22 DCR 5463; Mar. 6, 1991, D.C. Law 8-203, § 3(e), 37 DCR 8420; Jun. 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 3(c), 47 DCR 2741; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(g), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-263.

1973 Ed., § 1-171k.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 13-135 rewrote this section, which formerly read:

“(a) Commissions may meet jointly either formally or informally to deal more effectively with or respond to common issues and concerns. A Commissioner of an individual Commission may represent and participate in a formal joint meeting only after the individual Commission has authorized the participation of the Commission in the joint meeting. The Commissioner selected by the individual Commission to represent the Commission at a formal joint meeting may only vote on issues or concerns that have been discussed at a public meeting of the Commission and on which the Commission has voted to take a formal position. The Commissioner selected by the individual Commission to represent the Commission at a formal joint meeting shall, in the Commissioner’s official capacity, follow the general direction of the individual Commission in all discussions at a formal joint meeting.

“(b) Each Commission may involve representatives of other neighborhood groups in the work of its standing or special committees.

“(c) The Mayor shall appoint a service area coordinator for each ward who shall act as the chairperson of the service area committee in that ward and shall coordinate all District government services at the ward level to residents of the ward. The head of each District government department or agency which delivers services at the ward level shall appoint a service area manager who shall oversee the day-to-day operations of the department or agency within the ward and shall represent that department or agency on the service area committee of that ward. The service area coordinators and managers shall work closely with the Commissions in their service area ward and shall provide them with any technical assistance necessary to the performance of their duties and responsibilities.

“(d)(1) The Council may assist the individual Commissions in the following areas:

“(A) Dispute resolution between the entities of the District government and the individual Commissions to facilitate the advisory process;

“(B) Providing the training to Commissioners with respect to the procedures and content of District laws, including, but not limited to, laws governing zoning and licenses to sell alcohol; and

“(C) Any other assistance necessary and feasible to enable the Commissions to perform their statutory duties.

“(2) The District of Columbia Auditor shall provide assistance to the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in the following areas:

“(A) Review of quarterly financial reports to ensure compliance with current law; and

“(B) Monitoring of Commission expenditures and responses to inquiries from individual Commissions on the legality of proposed actual expenditures.

“(3) The Mayor shall provide assistance to the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in the following areas:

“(A) Legal interpretations of statutes concerning or affecting the Commissions, or of issues or concerns affecting the Commissions. These interpretations are to be obtained from the Corporation Counsel and may be requested directly by any Commission;

“(B) Liaison efforts between the individual Commissions and District government entities to ensure responsiveness to Commission requests and compliance with current law; and

“(C) Any other assistance necessary to ensure that a Commission is able to perform its statutory duties.

“(e) Whenever a District agency is required to establish a citizen’s advisory mechanism, appointments to that mechanism shall be made in such a manner as to ensure as far as possible the equal representation on the mechanism of each electoral ward, provided that, members of the advisory mechanism possess skills relevant to the tasks for which the advisory mechanism was established and, in the event that the size of the advisory mechanism requires the appointment of more than 1 person per ward, ward appointments shall be made in such a manner so as to ensure as far as possible a fair representation of each Commission area.”

Applicability

Section 3(d) of Law 21-269 provided that section 2(g)(1)(A), (h)(4)(B), (h)(5)(A), (h)(7), (h)(8), and (i) of Law 21-269 shall apply on April 1st, 2017.

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269, retaining the applicability restriction affecting this section, therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have not been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(g) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary (90 days) amendment § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269, see § 7036 of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-167, Oct. 24, 2017, 64 DCR 10802).

For temporary (90 days) amendment § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269, see § 7036 of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Emergency Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-104, July 20, 2017, 64 DCR 7032).

For temporary (90 days) amendment of this section, see § 2(b) of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Transfer Authorization Emergency Amendment Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-35, Mar. 28, 2017, 64 DCR 3103).


§ 1–309.13. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions — Funds; audit of accounts; employees; financial reports; publications.

(a) Each Commission shall receive an annual allocation pursuant to § 1-207.38 to be distributed quarterly during the fiscal year, except that if the District’s appropriations act for the fiscal year has not become effective at the beginning of the fiscal year, each Commission shall receive its first quarterly allocation for the fiscal year if and when a continuing resolution is adopted by the Congress of the United States.

(b)(1) Each Commission shall by resolution designate a commercial bank, savings and loan association, credit union, or any combination thereof, which is insured by the government of the United States pursuant to 12 U.S.C. § 1811 et seq. and which is located within the District of Columbia, as a depository of all funds received by the Commission.

(2) Each Commission shall request a District of Columbia Tax Identification Number and include the phrase “District of Columbia Government” in each account name within 90 days after June 27, 2000.

(3) Each Commission shall establish no more than one checking or negotiable order of withdrawal account. The Commission may deposit into any savings account created pursuant to this section funds not immediately needed for the operation of the Commission.

(c) The treasurer of each Commission shall file with the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor (“Auditor”), within 30 days of assuming the office of treasurer or within 30 days of any change in the requested information, on a form provided by the Auditor, a statement that includes the treasurer’s name, home and business address and telephone number, the location of the books and records of the Commission and the name and location of any depository of the Commission’s funds, including account numbers. The treasurer and Chairperson shall file with the Auditor and maintain in force during their occupancy of their respective offices, a cash or surety bond in an amount and on a form satisfactory to the Auditor. Participation by a Commission in the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Security Fund established by § 1-309.14 shall satisfy the requirement of a cash or surety bond. The bylaws adopted by each Commission shall include a provision for filling in a timely manner a vacancy in the office of treasurer from among the remaining Commissioners. No expenditure shall be made by a Commission during a vacancy in the office of treasurer or at any time when a current and accurate statement and bond or its equivalent are not on file with the Auditor.

(c-1) The treasurer of each Commission shall maintain an up-to-date treasurer's report that shall be available for any Commissioner or member of the public to review at each regular public Commission meeting.

(d)(1) The Auditor shall audit the financial accounts of selected Commissions and maintain a database of financial information of each Commission for historical and expenditure trend analysis. The Auditor shall produce and submit to the Council a consolidated annual report of the financial activity of all the Commissions.

(2) The Auditor may audit the financial accounts of a Commission, at the discretion of the Auditor, upon the request by a member of the Council or a Commissioner of the Commission for which an audit is requested. The findings and recommendations of any audit shall be forwarded to the affected Commission, the Council, the Mayor, the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the Office of the Inspector General, the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, and any other law enforcement agency with jurisdiction over alleged improper conduct.

(3) In a case in which an Auditor’s report details a violation of this part, the affected Commission shall, within 90 days, provide in writing to the Auditor, its response to each of the alleged infractions. If the audited Commission fails to respond within 90 days, its next scheduled quarterly allotments shall be forfeited until the response has been filed.

(e) Each Commission shall, by resolution, designate the location at which the Commission’s books and records shall be maintained which shall, if the Commission has a regular office, be the Commission office. The Auditor shall have access to the books and records of each Commission pursuant to § 1-204.55(c), and may issue subpoenas to banking and financial institutions requiring the production of financial documents and statements pursuant to an audit conducted under this part. Such financial documents shall include, but not be limited to, bank statements, canceled checks, and signature cards. The Auditor may apply to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia for an order enforcing the subpoena. Any failure to obey the order of the court may be punished by the Superior Court as civil contempt.

(f)(1) Any expenditure of funds by a Commission shall be recorded by the treasurer in the Commission’s books of accounts. No expenditure of any amount shall be made without the specific authorization of the Commission, except for reimbursements approved by the Commission treasurer under subsection (l-1) of this section. The depository in which the Commission maintains a checking account shall be immediately notified of any change in Commission officers.

(2)(A) An expenditure made by check shall:

(i) Be signed by at least 2 officers of the Commission, one of whom shall be the treasurer or Chairperson;

(ii) Be pre-numbered;

(iii) Be issued in consecutive order; and

(iv) Bear the name of the Commission and “District of Columbia Government” on its face.

(B) Before signature, the check shall contain:

(i) The date of payment;

(ii) The name of the payee;

(iii) The amount of the payment; and

(iv) A note describing the purpose of the payment.

(C) No check may be made payable to cash.

(3) A Commission may provide reimbursement for an authorized purchase made with a personal credit card, debit card, or cashier’s check that is documented with a receipt, a copy of which shall be submitted to the Commission.

(g) Disbursements of Commission funds exceeding $50 for personal service expenditures shall be specifically approved by the Commission at a public meeting prior to the disbursement. The approval shall be recorded in the minutes of the Commission meeting. Any personal services payment shall name the person who is to receive the payments, the rate of compensation, and the maximum hours of service, if less than full-time compensation. If an expenditure is made without the required authorization of the Commission, the expenditure shall be deemed to be a personal expense of the Commissioner who authorized the payment, unless the Commission subsequently approves the expenditure within 90 days. If the Commission fails to approve the expense within 90 days, the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, upon notification by the OANC, shall institute any actions necessary to recover Commission funds.

(h) Each Commission may establish a petty cash fund not to exceed $200 at any one time in accordance with procedures established for imprest funds by the D.C. Controller. The fund shall be reimbursed by the treasurer upon presentation of appropriate supporting documents. The treasurer may disburse to another Commissioner or employee of the Commission an amount not in excess of $200 for authorized Commission expenditures through a Commission-established petty cash fund. A record of disbursements from the petty cash fund shall be kept by the treasurer in a manner consistent with other accounts of the Commission.

(i) A Commission shall maintain its accounts on a fiscal year basis beginning October 1 and ending the following September 30.

(j)(1) The treasurer of a Commission shall prepare a quarterly financial report on a form provided by the OANC. The financial report shall be presented to the Commission for its consideration at a Commission meeting within 45 days after the end of the quarter. A copy of the approved financial report, signed by the Chairperson, the secretary, and the treasurer, shall be filed, along with a record of the vote adopting the report, with the OANC within 15 days of approval. Each quarterly report shall include copies of canceled checks, bank statements, grant request letters and grant disbursements, invoices and receipts, executed contracts, details about all contributions received during the time period covered by the quarterly report, the minutes of all meetings indicating the Commission’s approval of disbursements during the time period covered by the quarterly report, and certification of the Commission’s approval of the quarterly report signed by the Commission’s Secretary. The Commission shall make available for on-site review to the OANC, upon the OANC’s request, originals of documents required to be submitted with quarterly financial reports pursuant to this section. A financial report shall be available for public inspection during the normal office hours of the Commission.

(2) No quarterly allotment shall be forwarded to a Commission until all reports of financial activity for the quarters preceding the immediate previous quarter are approved by the OANC. If a Commission fails to file 3 consecutive quarterly reports that meet the requirements of paragraph (1) of this subsection, it shall relinquish its checkbook to the OANC, whose permission will be needed for any expenditure made by check until the Commission files the required financial reports. Upon receiving and approving all outstanding quarterly financial reports from the Commission, the OANC shall immediately return the checkbook to the Commission. The Mayor, upon the request of the OANC, may issue official instructions to any pertinent banking institution to freeze accounts held by a Commission that has not complied with this paragraph.

(3) If, on the last day of the fiscal year, a Commission has not received a quarterly allotment because it failed to file a quarterly report approved by the Auditor, the Commission shall forfeit the unclaimed allotment or allotments and the funds shall be returned to the District’s General Fund.

(k) Reserved.

(l)(1) A Commission shall expend funds received through the annual allocation received pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, or other donated funds, for public purposes within the Commission area or for the functioning of the Commission office, including staff salaries, Commissioner training, property liability insurance, legal expenses for Commission representation by an attorney licensed in the District before an agency, board, or commission of the District government, and nominal refreshments at Commission meetings. Nominal refreshments shall be limited to $100 worth of food and nonalcoholic beverages per regular public Commission meeting, and any refreshments purchased shall be available to the public. Expenditures may be in the form of grants by the Commission for public purposes within the Commission area pursuant to subsection (m) of this section. A public purpose shall be a purpose that benefits the community as a whole and is not done for the primary purpose of benefitting a private entity. A Commission may expend its funds for Commissioner training on subjects pertaining to their official duties when such training is not available from government sources. A Commission may expend its funds to purchase insurance or obtain indemnification against any loss in connection with the assets of the Commission or any liability in connection with the activities of the Commission, such insurance or indemnification to be purchased or obtained in such amounts and from such sources as the Commission deems to be appropriate. Funds may be used to pay the local transportation expenses of a Commissioner if the Commissioner is officially representing the Commission or a committee of the Commission at public hearings or meetings or is engaged in official Commission business. Where a Commissioner submits a complete and valid application for reimbursement for travel or childcare expenses under subsection (l-1) of this section, a Commission shall reimburse that Commissioner for all requested expenses for which the Commissioner qualifies under subsection (l-1).

(2) No Commission may expend funds except as authorized under this part. Prohibited expenditures include those for any purpose that involves partisan political activity, legal expenses other than for Commission representation before an agency, board, or commission of the District government, or travel outside of the Washington metropolitan area.

(3) Commissions shall use staff payroll forms provided by the OANC.

(l-1)(1) A Commission shall expend funds to reimburse any Commissioner who submits a complete application for reimbursement from the Commission allotment for qualifying travel or childcare expenses incurred to carry out qualifying official duties of the Commissioner in accordance with this subsection; provided, that the maximum total reimbursement that any individual Commissioner may receive under this subsection in a single calendar year shall be $500.

(2) An application for reimbursement shall be completed using a form created by the OANC, which shall be available to individual Commissioners upon request, and which shall indicate any attachments required to demonstrate that the expense qualifies under this subsection. A Commission Treasurer shall not approve the release of Commission funds under this subsection except where the application for reimbursement meets all requirements under this subsection. To qualify for reimbursement under this subsection, a Commissioner shall submit an application within 30 days of incurring the relevant expense. Upon approving an application for reimbursement under this subsection, the Commission Treasurer shall electronically transmit the application to the OANC, which shall maintain electronic copies of all applications. The Commission Treasurer shall ensure that applications submitted under this subsection are included in quarterly financial reports of the Commission prepared pursuant to subsection (j) of this section.

(3) For the purposes of this subsection, the term:

(A) "Qualifying official duties" shall be limited to the following:

(i) Attending regular and special public meetings of the Commission on which the Commissioner sits;

(ii) Delivering official testimony on behalf of the Commission as a whole, or a committee of the Commission at an official proceeding of any agency, board, or commission within the District government that receives public testimony, or before the Council;

(iii) Attending meetings of a Commission committee on which the Commissioner sits;

(iv) Traveling to and from the offices of government entities in order to participate in meetings on behalf of the Commission; and

(v) Attending training provided under this part.

(B) "Qualifying travel or childcare expenses" shall be limited to the following, to the extent they are incurred to perform qualifying official duties under this subsection:

(i) Expenses for public transportation provided by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; and

(ii) Expenses charged to the Commissioner for childcare services that comply with all licensing requirements of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education.

(m)(1) A grant may not be awarded unless the grant is awarded pursuant to a vote of the Commission at a public meeting following the public presentation of the grant request. A Commission may approve grants only to organizations that are public in nature and benefit persons who reside or work within the Commission area. The services provided by the grantee organization must not be duplicative of any that are already performed by the District government.

(2) An applicant for a grant shall submit an application in writing to the Commission and to the OANC. The application shall be in the form of a template designed by the OANC, and shall contain:

(A) A description of the proposed project for which the grant is requested;

(B) A statement of expected public benefits;

(C) The total cost of the proposed project, including other sources of funding, if any; and

(D) An accounting by the grantees of the expected overhead costs the grantees will incur in carrying out the grant. No Commission shall provide a grant for which the grantee estimates that the overhead costs would exceed 15% of the entire grant amount.

(3) Within 60 days following the issuance of a grant, and every 90 days thereafter during the life of the grant, the grant recipient shall forward to the Commission and the OANC a statement as to the use of the funds consistent with the grant application, complete with receipts that support the expenditures. The OANC:

(A) May prohibit all Commissions from providing a grant to any past grant recipient that used grant funds contrary to the associated grant agreement; and

(B) Shall maintain a list, available to any Commissioner upon request, of prohibited grantees identified pursuant to subparagraph (A) of this paragraph.

(4) Grant disbursements shall be included in quarterly financial reports submitted to the Auditor.

(n) The Mayor may, pursuant to subchapter I of Chapter 5 of Title 2, issue rules to implement the provisions of this section. The proposed rules shall be submitted to the Council for a 45-day period of review, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays, and days of Council recess. If the Council does not approve or disapprove the proposed rules, in whole or in part, by resolution within this 45-day review period, the proposed rules shall be deemed approved.

(o) A Commission may employ any person necessary to provide administrative support to the Commission. A Commission shall establish position descriptions for employees that shall, at a minimum, broadly identify the qualifications and duties of the employees. A Commission employee shall serve at the pleasure of the Commission. An employee of the Commission shall be considered an employee of the District of Columbia government for the purposes of subchapters XXI, XXII, and XXIII of Chapter 6 of Title 1. Except for out of pocket expenses approved by the Commission, Commissioners shall not be compensated for personal services rendered on behalf of the Commission.

(p) Any Commissioner within an individual Commission shall have equal access to the Commission office and its records in order to carry out Commission duties and responsibilities. Moreover, any person has a right to inspect, and at his or her discretion, to copy any public record of the Commission, except as otherwise expressly provided by § 2-534, in accordance with reasonable procedures that shall be issued by the Commission after notice and comment concerning the time and place of access.

(q) Upon the request of a Commission, evidenced by a properly adopted resolution signed or transmitted by the Chairperson and secretary, the Mayor shall provide that Commission with suitable office space in a District-owned or leased building. The Mayor shall acknowledge receipt of the resolution within 15 days and shall provide the Commission with a list of available office space within 45 days thereafter. The space shall be a minimum of 250 square feet and shall be the sole office of the Commission. The space shall be located within the Commission’s boundaries. If no such space is available, then the space shall be located within the ward boundaries of the Commission. If District-owned or leased office space cannot be provided, the Mayor shall assist the Commission in locating appropriate office space in the ward in which the Commission is located, and may seek to reprogram funds up to $600 per month to cover the rental of office space for the respective Commission. Furnishings, equipment, telephone service, and supplies for the office space shall be provided from the Commission’s funds. There shall be a written lease between the Mayor or District agency and the Commission, which shall specify what operating costs, such as utilities, janitorial services, and security, shall be paid by the Commission.

(r) Any document created by requirement of this part, and any equipment purchased by, or on behalf of, a Commission, is the property of the District, and not the property of any Commissioner or other individual.

(s) Commissioners shall attend at least one training session per year conducted by the OANC pursuant to § 1-309.15(c)(5).


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 16; as added Mar. 26, 1976, D.C. Law 1-58, § 2, 22 DCR 5465; Oct. 26, 1977, D.C. Law 2-30, § 2(c), 24 DCR 3723; Mar. 6, 1991, D.C. Law 8-203, § 3(f), 37 DCR 8420; Mar. 16, 1993, D.C. Law 9-190, § 2, 39 DCR 9003; Feb. 5, 1994, D.C. Law 10-68, § 3(b), 40 DCR 6311; Apr. 9, 1997, D.C. Law 11-198, § 401, 43 DCR 4569; Jul. 24, 1998, D.C. Law 12-140, § 2, 45 DCR 2978; Mar. 26, 1999, D.C. Law 12-175, § 1702, 45 DCR 7193; Jun. 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 3(d), 47 DCR 2741; Mar. 6, 2002, D.C. Law 14-80, § 2(a), 48 DCR 11268; Jan. 29, 2008, D.C. Law 17-79, § 2, 54 DCR 11644; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, § 2(h), 64 DCR 2162.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-264.

1973 Ed., § 1-711.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-309.10, § 1-309.11, and § 1-309.12.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 13-135 rewrote subsecs. (b) through (q), which formerly read:

“(b) Each Commission shall by resolution designate a commercial bank, savings and loan association, credit union, or any combination thereof, which is insured by the government of the United States pursuant to the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, approved September 21, 1950 (87 Stat. 873; 12 U.S.C. 1811 et seq.), and which is located within the District of Columbia, as a depository of all funds received by the Commission. Each Commission shall establish no more than one checking or negotiable order of withdrawal account. The Commission may deposit into any savings account created pursuant to this section funds not immediately needed for the operation of the Commission.

“(c) The treasurer of each Commission shall file with the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor, within 30 days of assuming the office of treasurer or within 30 days of any change in the requested information, on a form provided by the Auditor, a statement that includes the treasurer’s name, home and business address and telephone number, the location of the books and records of the Commission and the name and location of any depository of the Commission’s funds, including account numbers. The treasurer shall file with the District of Columbia Auditor and maintain in force during the treasurer’s occupancy of the office a cash or surety bond in an amount and on a form satisfactory to the Auditor. Participation by a Commission in the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Security Fund established by § 1-264.1 shall satisfy the requirement of a cash or surety bond. The bylaws adopted by each Commission shall include a provision for filling in a timely manner a vacancy in the office of treasurer from among the remaining Commissioners. No expenditure shall be made by a Commission during a vacancy in the office of treasurer or at any time when a current and accurate statement and bond or its equivalent are not on file with the District of Columbia Auditor.

“(d) The District of Columbia Auditor shall audit the financial accounts of selected Commissions and maintain a database of financial information of each Commission for historical and expenditure trend analysis. The Auditor shall produce and submit to the Council a consolidated annual report of the financial activity of all the Commissions. The Auditor may audit the financial accounts of a Commission, at the discretion of the Auditor, upon the request by a member of the Council or a Commissioner of the Commission for which an audit is requested.

“(e) Each Commission shall, by resolution, designate the location at which the Commission’s books and records shall be maintained which shall, if the Commission has a regular office, be the Commission office. The District of Columbia Auditor shall have access to the books and records of each Commission pursuant to § 47-117(c), and may issue subpoenas to banking and financial institutions requiring the production of financial documents and statements pursuant to an audit conducted under §§ 1-252 through 1-264.1. Such financial documents shall include, but not be limited to, bank statements, cancelled checks, and signature cards. The District of Columbia Auditor may apply to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia for an order enforcing the subpoena. Any failure to obey the order of the court may be punished by the Superior Court as civil contempt.

“(f) Any expenditure of funds by a Commission shall be authorized in writing by the treasurer or Chairman and recorded by the treasurer in the Commission’s books of accounts. No expenditure of any amount shall be made without the specific authorization of the Commission. Any expenditure made by check shall be signed by at least 2 officers of the Commission, one of whom shall be the treasurer or Chairman. The check shall, prior to signature, contain the date of payment, the name of the payee, and the amount of the payment. No check may be made payable to cash. Any check shall be pre-numbered, shall bear the name of the Commission on its face, and shall be issued in consecutive order. The depository in which the Commission maintains a checking account shall be immediately notified of any change in Commission officers.

“(g) Disbursements of Commission funds exceeding $50 for personal service expenditures shall be specifically approved by the Commission at a public meeting prior to the disbursement. The approval shall be recorded in the minutes of the Commission meeting. Any personal services payment shall name the person who is to receive the payments, the rate of compensation, and the maximum hours of service, if less than full-time compensation. If an expenditure required to be approved pursuant to this subsection is made without the required authorization of the Commission, the expenditure shall be deemed to be a personal expense of the officer who authorized the payment, unless the Commission subsequently approves the expenditure.

“(h) Each Commission may establish a petty cash fund not to exceed $50 at any one time in accordance with procedures established for imprest funds by the D.C. Controller. The fund shall be reimbursed by the treasurer upon presentation of appropriate supporting documents. The treasurer may disburse to another Commission member or employee of the Commission an amount not in excess of $50 for authorized Commission expenditures through a Commission-established petty cash fund. A record of disbursements from the petty cash fund shall be kept by the treasurer in a manner consistent with other accounts of the Commission.

“(i) A Commission shall maintain its accounts on a fiscal year basis beginning October 1 and ending the following September 30.

“(j)(1) The treasurer of a Commission shall prepare a quarterly financial report on a form provided by the Auditor. The financial report shall be presented to the Commission for its consideration at a public meeting of the Commission within 30 days of the end of the quarter. A copy of the approved financial report, signed by the Chairman, the secretary, and the treasurer, shall be filed, along with a record of the vote adopting the report, with the District of Columbia Auditor within 7 days of approval. A financial report shall be available for public inspection during the normal office hours of the Commission.

“(2) No quarterly allotment shall be forwarded to a Commission until all reports of financial activity for the quarters preceding the immediate previous quarter are approved by the Auditor.

“(3) If, on the last day of the fiscal year, a Commission has not received a quarterly allotment because it failed to file a quarterly report approved by the Auditor, the Commission shall forfeit the unclaimed allotment or allotments and the funds shall return to the District’s General Fund.

“(4) This subsection shall take effect beginning in fiscal year 1999.

“(k) Commissions may pool Commission funds in accordance with agreements adopted by their constituent Commissions.

“(l) A Commission shall expend funds received through the annual allocation received pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, or other donated funds, for public purposes within the Commission area or for the functioning of the Commission office, including staff salaries and nominal refreshments at Commission meetings. A Commission may expend its funds for public purposes outside of the Commission area as authorized pursuant to subsection (k) of this section. Expenditures may be in the form of grants by the Commission for public purposes within the Commission area pursuant to subsection (m) of this section. Funds allocated to the Commissions may not be used for a purpose that involves partisan political activity, personal subsistence expenses, Commissioner compensation, meals, legal expenses other than for Commission representation before an agency, board, or commission of the District government, or travel outside of the Washington metropolitan area. Funds may be used to pay the local transportation expenses of a Commissioner if the Commissioner is officially representing the Commission or a committee of the Commission at public hearings or meetings or is engaged in official Commission business.

“(m) A grant approved by a Commission shall provide a benefit that is public in nature and that benefits persons who reside or work within the Commission area. A grant to an individual shall be prohibited as a non-public purpose expenditure. A Commission shall adopt guidelines for the consideration and award of grants that shall include a provision that requires the proposed grantee to present the request for a grant at a public meeting of the Commission. A grant may not be awarded unless the grant is awarded pursuant to a vote of the Commission at a public meeting. The award of a grant by a Commission shall not be conditioned on support for a position taken by the Commission.

“(n) The Mayor may, pursuant to subchapter I of Chapter 15 of Title 1, issue rules to implement the provisions of this section. The proposed rules shall be submitted to the Council for a 45-day period of review, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays, and days of Council recess. If the Council does not approve or disapprove the proposed rules, in whole or in part, by resolution within this 45-day review period, the proposed rules shall be deemed approved.

“(o) A Commission may employ any person necessary to provide administrative support to the Commission. A Commission shall establish position descriptions for employees that shall, at a minimum, broadly identify the qualifications and duties of the employees. A Commission employee shall serve at the pleasure of the Commission. An employee of the Commission shall be considered an employee of the District of Columbia government for the purposes of subchapters XXII and XXIII of Chapter 6 of this title.

“(p) Any Commissioner within an individual Commission shall have equal access to the Commission office in order to carry out Commission duties and responsibilities.

“(q) Upon the request of a Commission, evidenced by a properly adopted resolution signed or transmitted by the Chairman and Secretary, the Mayor shall provide that Commission with suitable office space in a District-owned building. The space shall be a minimum of 250 square feet and shall be the sole office of the Commission. The space shall be located within the Commission’s boundaries. If no such space is available then the space shall be located within the ward boundaries of the Commission. Furnishings, equipment, telephone service, and supplies for the office space shall be provided from the Commission’s funds. There shall be a written lease between the Mayor or District agency and the Commission, which shall specify what operating costs, such as utilities, janitorial services, and security, shall be paid by the Commission.”

D.C. Law 14-80, in subsec. (j)(1), rewrote the fourth sentence which had read: “Each quarterly report must include copies of canceled checks, bank statements, grant request letters and grant disbursements, invoices and receipts, executed contracts, details about all contributions received during the time period covered by the quarterly report, and the minutes of the meeting indicating the Commission’s approval of disbursements reported in the quarterly report.”

D.C. Law 17-79 rewrote subsec. (f) which had read as follows: “(f) Any expenditure of funds by a Commission shall be recorded by the treasurer in the Commission’s books of accounts. No expenditure of any amount shall be made without the specific authorization of the Commission. Any expenditure made by check shall be signed by at least 2 officers of the Commission, one of whom shall be the treasurer or Chairperson. The check shall, prior to signature, contain the date of payment, the name of the payee, and the amount of the payment. No check may be made payable to cash. Any check shall be pre-numbered, shall bear the name of the Commission and ‘District of Columbia Government’ on its face, and shall be issued in consecutive order. The depository in which the Commission maintains a checking account shall be immediately notified of any change in Commission officers.”

Cross References

Criminal justice supervisory board, promulgation of rules of procedure, see § 3-904.

Applicability

Section 3(d) of Law 21-269 provided that section 2(g)(1)(A), (h)(4)(B), (h)(5)(A), (h)(7), (h)(8), and (i) of Law 21-269 shall apply on April 1st, 2017.

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to repeal the delayed applicability provision. Therefore the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have been given effect.

Applicability of D.C. Law 21-269: § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 provided that the change made to this section by § 2(h)(10) of D.C. Law 21-269 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary (90 days) amendment § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269, see § 7036 of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-167, Oct. 24, 2017, 64 DCR 10802).

For temporary (90 days) amendment § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269, see § 7036 of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Emergency Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-104, July 20, 2017, 64 DCR 7032).

For temporary (90 days) amendment of this section, see § 2(c) of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Transfer Authorization Emergency Amendment Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-35, Mar. 28, 2017, 64 DCR 3103).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 401 of the Fiscal Year 1997 Budget Support Congressional Adjournment Emergency Amendment Act of 1997 (D.C. Act 12-2, February 19, 1997, 44 DCR 1590).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 1302 of the Fiscal Year 1999 Budget Support Emergency Act of 1998 (D.C. Act 12-401, July 13, 1998, 45 DCR 4794) and § 1302 of the Fiscal Year 1999 Budget Support Congressional Review Emergency Act of 1998 (D.C. Act 12-564, January 12, 1999, 46 DCR 669).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control and Funding Emergency Amendment Act of 1998 (D.C. Act 12-619, January 22, 1999, 46 DCR 1339).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 1302 of the Fiscal Year 1999 Budget Support Congressional Review Emergency Act of 1999 (D.C. Act 13-41, March 31, 1999, 46 DCR 3446).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control and Funding Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Act 13-67, May 10, 1999, 46 DCR 4471).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control Emergency Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Act 13-207, December 8, 1999, 46 DCR 10470).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 2 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2000 (D.C. Act 13-317, April 17, 2000, 47 DCR 2877).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2(a) of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Emergency Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Act 14-56, May 2, 2001, 48 DCR 4410).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2(a) of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Act 14-104, July 23, 2001, 48 DCR 7149).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Clarification Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2006 (D.C. Act 16-577, December 19, 2006, 54 DCR 33).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Clarification Emergency Amendment Act of 2007 (D.C. Act 17-157, October 18, 2007, 54 DCR 10924).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Clarification Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2008 (D.C. Act 17-248, January 23, 2008, 55 DCR 1253).

Temporary Legislation

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 401 of Fiscal Year 1997 Budget Support Temporary Amendment Act of 1996 (D.C. Law 11-226, April 9, 1997, law notification 44 DCR 2584).

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control and Funding Temporary Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Law 12-276, April 27, 1999, law notification 46 DCR 4282).

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control Temporary Amendment Act of 2000 (D.C. Law 13-93, April 12, 2000, law notification 47 DCR 2844).

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2(a) of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Temporary Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Law 14-21, September 6, 2001, law notification 48 DCR 9091).

Section 2 of D.C. Law 16-261 added subsec. (f-1) to read as follows: “(f-1) A Commission may provide reimbursements for authorized and properly documented purchases made with credit cards.”

Section 4(b) of D.C. Law 16-261 provided that the act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect.


§ 1–309.14. Advisory Neighborhood Commission Security Fund.

(a) There is established, for the purpose of insuring Advisory Neighborhood Commissions against unauthorized expenditures or loss of funds, an Advisory Neighborhood Commission Security Fund (“Fund”) to be held in the custody of a Board of Trustees (“Trustees”) composed of the Secretary of the District of Columbia, the General Counsel to the Council of the District of Columbia, and the District of Columbia Auditor. The Executive Director of the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions shall serve as a non-voting Trustee. The Trustees shall have exclusive authority and discretion in its fiduciary capacity to manage and control the Fund. The Fund shall not be held liable for any loss as the result of an expenditure authorized by a vote of a Commission.

(b) Each Advisory Neighborhood Commission may become a participant of the Fund upon payment to the Fund of an annual contribution at the beginning of the fiscal year in an amount to be determined by the Trustees. A Commission shall be eligible to participate in the Fund if the treasurer and the Chairperson of the Commission agree, on a form to be provided by the Trustees, to be personally liable to the Fund for any sum paid out by the Fund as a result of the treasurer or Chairperson’s wrongful misappropriation or loss of Commission monies.

(c) If, in any fiscal year, the Trustees determine that there are sufficient assets in the Fund to cover reasonably expected losses, the Trustees may waive or delay monetary contributions for any Commission that made a contribution in the most recent fiscal year for which the Fund required a contribution.

(d) If a participating Commission suffers a monetary loss that may be reimbursed by the Fund, the Commission may request reimbursement upon a written application form provided by the Trustees. The application form shall be signed by a majority of the members of the participating Commission on a form provided by the Trustees. The Trustees shall consider the request at a public meeting held in accordance with § 1-207.42. Notice of the meeting shall be published in the District of Columbia Register no later than 30 days prior to the meeting and shall be sent by registered mail to the Chairperson of the Commission and the treasurer of the Commission at the time that the loss was incurred.

(e) Assets of the Fund shall be held in an interest bearing account located in the District of Columbia.

(f) The Fund shall publish an annual financial report in the District of Columbia Register no later than 90 days after the end of each fiscal year.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 17; as added Mar. 6, 1991, D.C. Law 8-203, § 3(g), 37 DCR 8420; Feb. 5, 1994, D.C. Law 10-68, § 3(c), 40 DCR 6311; June 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 4, 47 DCR 2741.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-264.1.

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-309.13.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 13-135, in subsec. (a) inserted the second sentence relating to the Executive Director serving as a non-voting Trustee; in subsec. (b), rewrote the second sentence, which formerly read:

“An Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall be eligible to participate in the Fund if the treasurer of the Commission agrees, on a form to be provided by the Trustees, to be personally liable to the Fund for any sum paid out by the Fund as a result of the treasurer’s wrongful misappropriation or loss of Commission monies.”;

and in subsec. (d), substituted “Chairperson” for “Chairman”.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary amendment of section, see § 3 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control and Funding Emergency Amendment Act of 1998 (D.C. Act 12-619, January 22, 1999, 46 DCR 1339).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 3 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control and Funding Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Act 13-67, May 10, 1999, 46 DCR 4471).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 3 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control Emergency Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Act 13-207, December 8, 1999, 46 DCR 10470).

For temporary (90-day) amendment of section, see § 3 of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2000 (D.C. Act 13-317, April 17, 2000, 47 DCR 2877).

Temporary Legislation

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 3 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control and Funding Temporary Amendment Act of 1999 (D.C. Law 12-276, April 27, 1999, law notification 46 DCR 4282).

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 3 of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control Temporary Amendment Act of 2000 (D.C. Law 13-93, April 12, 2000, law notification 47 DCR 2844).


§ 1–309.15. Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions; appointment of Executive Director.

(a) There is hereby established an Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions to provide technical, administrative, and financial reporting assistance to the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions. Subject to appropriations beginning in Fiscal Year 2001, the OANC shall be funded by an annual budget allocation. The OANC is intended to support the efforts of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, review Commission quarterly financial reports, and approve or disapprove the release of Commission quarterly allotments pursuant to § 1-309.13.

(b) The OANC shall be headed by an Executive Director who shall be appointed by the Council.

(c) [Not Funded].

(d) Funds may be transferred from the OANC through an intra-District transfer for the operations of the OANC.

(e) The OANC may issue rules to implement the provisions of this section.


(Oct. 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21, § 18; as added June 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 3(e), 47 DCR 2741; Mar. 6, 2002, D.C. Law 14-80, § 2(b), 48 DCR 11268; Oct. 8, 2016, D.C. Law 21-160, § 1132, 63 DCR 10775; Apr. 7, 2017, D.C. Law 21-269, §§ 2(i), 3(a), 64 DCR 2162.)

Section References

This section is referenced in § 1-309.06.

Effect of Amendments

D.C. Law 14-80 rewrote subsec. (b) and added subsec. (c).

Applicability

Section 3(d) of Law 21-269 provided that section 2(g)(1)(A), (h)(4)(B), (h)(5)(A), (h)(7), (h)(8), and (i) of Law 21-269 shall apply on April 1st, 2017.

Section 7036 of D.C. Law 22-33 amended § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269 to delay the applicability of part of this section. Therefore some of the changes made to this section by D.C. Law 21-269 have not been given effect.

Emergency Legislation

For temporary (90 days) amendment § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269, see § 7036 of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-167, Oct. 24, 2017, 64 DCR 10802).

For temporary (90 days) amendment § 3 of D.C. Law 21-269, see § 7036 of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Emergency Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-104, July 20, 2017, 64 DCR 7032).

For temporary (90 days) amendment of this section, see § 2(d) of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Transfer Authorization Emergency Amendment Act of 2017 (D.C. Act 22-35, Mar. 28, 2017, 64 DCR 3103).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2(b) of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Emergency Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Act 14-56, May 2, 2001, 48 DCR 4410).

For temporary (90 day) amendment of section, see § 2(b) of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Act 14-104, July 23, 2001, 48 DCR 7149).

Temporary Legislation

For temporary (225 day) amendment of section, see § 2(b) of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Temporary Amendment Act of 2001 (D.C. Law 14-21, September 6, 2001, law notification 48 DCR 9091).


Part B. Additional Period for Circulation of Petitions.

§ 1–309.31. Definitions. [Repealed]

Repealed.


(June 19, 1976, D.C. Law 1-72, § 2, 23 DCR 574; June 27, 2000, D.C. Law 13-135, § 5, 47 DCR 2741.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-265.

1973 Ed., § 1-171m.


§ 1–309.32. Supplementary petitions.

(a) As soon as possible after June 19, 1976, but in no case more than 5 days after such date, the Board shall:

(1) Make available to any resident of a Commission area copies of petition forms for collecting signatures of registered qualified electors in such area; and

(2) Publish in the District of Columbia Register, and post in conspicuous places in each Commission area, the number of registered qualified electors in such Commission area.

(b) Upon certification by the Board to the Chairman of the Council that 5 percent of the registered qualified electors of a Commission area have signed a petition calling for the establishment of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission in such area, the Council shall then establish, by resolution, a nonpartisan elected Advisory Neighborhood Commission for such Commission area, with its members to be elected from the single-member districts established for such Commission area. Nothing in this section shall be construed to permit an individual to sign more than 1 petition for the establishment of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission.


(June 19, 1976, D.C. Law 1-72, § 3, 23 DCR 575.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-266.

1973 Ed., § 1-171n.


§ 1–309.33. Qualifications of members.

Members of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions which are established pursuant to the provisions of this part shall:

(1) Be nominated in the manner prescribed in § 1-309.05(b); and

(2) Have those qualifications specified in § 1-309.05(a).


(June 19, 1976, D.C. Law 1-72, § 4, 23 DCR 576.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-267.

1973 Ed., § 1-171o.


§ 1–309.34. Election of members; term of office; vacancies; change in residency.

(a) Following the initial elections of members of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in November 1976, subsequent elections of such members occurred in November of odd-numbered calendar years through 1981. Beginning in 1984, general elections of members of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions shall take place on the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November of each even-numbered calendar year.

(b)(1) Each member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission shall serve for a term of 2 years which shall begin at noon on the 2nd day of January next following the date of election of such member, or at noon on the day after the date the Board certifies the election of such member, whichever is later.

(2) Repealed.

(3) Each member of an Advisory Neighborhood Commission holding office on August 2, 1983, shall continue in office until noon on the 2nd day of January next following the date of the election provided for in paragraph (2) [repealed] of this subsection.

(c) The provisions of subsections (c) [repealed], (d), and (e) of § 1-309.06 shall apply to members elected to such Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.


(June 19, 1976, D.C. Law 1-72, § 5, 23 DCR 576; Aug. 2, 1983, D.C. Law 5-17, § 3, 30 DCR 3196; Sept. 26, 1984, D.C. Law 5-116, § 2, 31 DCR 4018.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-268.

1973 Ed., § 1-171p.

Cross References

Elections, board of education, see § 1-1001.10.

References in Text

“Paragraph (2) of this subsection”, which established the term of members elected in 1984, referred to in (b)(3), was repealed by D.C. Law 5-116, § 3(b), effective September 26, 1984.

Section 1-309.06(c), referred to in subsection (c), was repealed by D.C. Law 4-14, § 2(b), effective June 23, 1981.


§ 1–309.35. Applicability of other provisions of law.

Except to the extent specifically provided in this part, those provisions of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Act of 1975, including the amendments made by that Act, and all other provisions of law relating to Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, shall apply to the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions established pursuant to the provisions of this part.


(June 19, 1976, D.C. Law 1-72, § 6, 23 DCR 577.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-269.

1973 Ed., § 1-171q.

References in Text

The Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Act of 1975, referred to in this section, is the Act of October 10, 1975, D.C. Law 1-21.


§ 1–309.36. Regulations.

The Board is authorized to adopt, amend, repeal, and enforce such regulations as are necessary to carry out the provisions of this part, and is further directed to take such steps as are necessary to ensure that the election provided for under this part is held in an efficient manner.


(June 19, 1976, D.C. Law 1-72, § 8, 23 DCR 578.)

Prior Codifications

1981 Ed., § 1-270.

1973 Ed., § 1-171r.