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Friends of Chevy Chase Circle

District of Columbia - Maryland

Historic Images of
Chevy Chase Circle
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Chevy Chase Circle when it was brand new Revised plantin plan Fountain restored to its original splendor The fountain with tulips in bloom. Chevy Chase Fountain-aerial.jpg Map of Chevy Chase Circle, Washington DC

Friends of Chevy Chase Circle

. . . Cultivating a Treasured Landmark

CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE, at the intersection of Connecticut and Western Avenues and four other streets, is a traffic circle like none other:

  • It is part of the U.S. National Park Service system and managed through Rock Creek Park
  • It is a gateway to the Nation’s Capital and historically, the 1890 gateway to the new suburb of Chevy Chase, Maryland
  • It spans the District-Maryland line
  • Its fountain was dedicated by an Act of Congress in 1933

Who are the Friends of Chevy Chase Circle, Inc.?

We are a group of neighbors, local businesses and civic groups that have banded together for a common purpose.

This is our mission:

Friends of Chevy Chase Circle, Inc. is a local volunteer organization working with the National Park Service to renew, beautify, maintain and protect Chevy Chase Circle, a historic landmark and a gateway to the Nation’s Capital.

For the full inventory of needs and goals for the Circle, see Proposed work.

You can help bolster this local landmark and make a difference with your donation.

Please help, see Donate.

Recent Images of Progress and Activities -

Celebrants and participants in our September, 2015 "Spruce Up the Circle" service event in recognition of the 125th Anniversary of Rock Creek Park and National Public Lands Day.

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