54 Month Progress Report


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Dear Washingtonians:
Earlier this year, I followed in the footsteps of Marion Barry and Anthony Williams and took the oath of office for a second time. Like them, I do not view a second term as a chance to warm the seat, but to think and act boldly as we work together to take on our toughest challenges.
My favorite part of the oath is that each of us swears to represent the District of Columbia—as a whole—without fear or favor. To me, these words represent the idea that we are only as strong as a city as the ward that struggles the most; that we are only as vibrant as our system of values and our rich diversity; and that our political decisions are only sound when all voices are heard.
The last four and a half years have been memorable and we have many triumphant moments to look back on. But our work is not done. We must also look within to realize our greatest challenges and act with urgency to address the inequality that still manifests itself in too many ways. When people ask me what I want to be remembered for, it comes down to this: a relentless commitment to a fair shot for every single DC resident. Period.
Washington, DC is one of the strongest, most diverse, and most vibrant cities in the world. Now, let’s keep working together so that as we build on our progress and advance our values, DC remains an inclusive city – a city that is welcoming, accessible, and full of opportunity.
Sincerely,
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Muriel Bowser
Mayor
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Pathways to the Middle Class
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Opportunities at Every Stage of Life
In order to level the playing field and give every Washingtonian a fair shot, the Bowser Administration is focused.
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A Safer, Stronger DC
Building a safer, stronger, and more just DC means that we must be effective at both policing and healing.
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Resilient DC
We function as a city, county, and a state. We are proud to be an international leader on global issues like climate change and sustainability.
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Amenities in All Eight Wards
Ensuring residents across all eight wards have access to high-quality resources and amenities.
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Education
As we work toward building a more inclusive DC, we will continue to invest in education so that all Washingtonians have the skills and knowledge they need to participate in our thriving economy.
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Safer Stronger DC
From Hands on Hearts to the Private Security Camera Incentive Program to the new Safer Stronger DC Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement, the Bowser Administration is making public safety in Washington, DC a community-based effort.
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Fair Shot
This year, we’ve seen record lows in unemployment numbers in Wards 7 & 8.
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Roots to Roofs
Together, we are focused on keeping the District diverse, inclusive, and a place where all residents get a fair shot.
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Getting Around
From filling potholes to planting trees, the Bowser Administration is committed to keeping DC moving forward by building a safer, stronger infrastructure and staying focused on the basics.
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Greening DC
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Age-Friendly DC
As the population of residents age 60 or older continues to grow, the Bowser Administration is more focused than ever on ensuring Washingtonians of every age can live active, connected, healthy, and engaged lives across all eight wards.
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Healthy DC
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