Agenda:Alexandria is registered 501(c)(3) non-partisan organization which encourages informed debate and discussion on a wide variety of local issues without taking a position. We host eight programs per year on topics of interest to the residents of the City of Alexandria. For more than 20 years, Agenda:Alexandria has “looked at the issues without taking sides.” Program topics are wide-ranging and have included such issues as transportation, education, history & preservation, waterfront development, dining out, the environment, the arts, eating local, City budget planning, aging in place, and public safety—to list just a few.

The Impact of COVID-19

Given the current Pandemic with which we are challenged, it is unknown when we will be able to safely conduct in-person gatherings again. However, we remain committed to providing timely and engaging programs virtually through our website, agendaalexandria.com. Once it is safe for us to hold in-person events, we will hold them in Norton Hall at St.Paul’s Church on South Pitt Street with parking one block south in the St.Mary’s parking lot. Thanks to you and other Alexandrians who have helped our organization, we were able to quickly adapt to this virtual platform, having since presented very successful programs.

Links of Interest

Alexandria is a city with a long and varied history, actively vibrant, while always working toward the future. Find out more:

Thanks to the dedicated crew at TC Williams Broadcast Club, our recorded programs are available on YouTube►

Agenda in the News

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