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RiverRenew Community Listening Sessions

Tune in to our virtual community listening sessions to meet the team and learn more about the RiverRenew Tunnel Project.

 2021 Community Listening Sessions

With construction set to begin at the four combined sewer outfalls later this year, AlexRenew is conducting Community Listening Sessions to share the most up-to-date information about RiverRenew.

Click the green button to register for our next session on May 20, 2021. Discover how AlexRenew’s wastewater treatment plant will soon become the main hub to build Alexandria’s largest infrastructure project.

You can also register for future sessions for a deep dive into our other construction staging areas:

  • June 24: Hooffs Run Interceptor Construction
  • July 15: Pendleton Street Diversion Facility Construction
  • July 22: Royal Street Diversion Facility Construction
Virtual Community Listening Session: Construction Activities at AlexRenew's Wastewater Plant

Thursday, May 20 | 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Discover how AlexRenew’s wastewater treatment plant will soon become the main hub to build Alexandria’s largest infrastructure project.

February 25, 2021 Community Listening Session

AlexRenew introduced attendees to RiverRenew's design-build team, Traylor-Shea, and shared information about the construction set to begin later this year.

2019 Community Listening Sessions

Following release of the Tunnel Project's Environmental Assessment by AlexRenew and the National Park Service in June 2019, AlexRenew held Community Listening Sessions to present the preferred alignment of RiverRenew's Waterfront Tunnel and Hooffs Run Interceptor, and approaches to minimize potential construction impacts.

2018 Community Listening Sessions

In Fall 2018, AlexRenew held the first series of listening sessions as part of an initial step toward developing an Environmental Assessment, called the Scoping Period. Through a series of informational posters, the public had an opportunity to:

  • Review proposed alternatives for the location of the tunnel and associated facilities
  • Understand potential construction impacts on the environment, cultural resources, and the community
  • Provide feedback on the presented alternatives

Public comment on the presented alternatives was then used in the development of an Environmental Assessment.

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