(WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, several hours after Mayor Bowser met with faith leaders from around the District to discuss ways the faith community can help prevent hate crimes and reduce gun violence, the Bowser Administration convened the inaugural meeting of the Interfaith Preparedness and Advisory Group (IPAG) – a joint effort to bring together the Mayor’s Office of Religious Affairs (MORA), the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and the District’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) to facilitate collaboration with the Distric
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Provide training for workers to ensure that citizens can protect themselves in a crisis.
District of Columbia Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act Program
The IPAG provides a platform for faith-based organizations to exchange information with security...
Any business that provides goods or services necessary to maintain operations at an Essential...
Present your proposal to the Mayor’s Special Events Task Group (MSETG) to host your special...
Apr 22 2022
Mayor Bowser Announces a New Microgrid at St. Elizabeths East to Increase Resiliency and Reliability
(Washington, DC) Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser is celebrating a new project to enhance community...
Oct 8 2021
(WASHINGTON, DC) – On Monday, October 11, 2021, the District Government will observe Indigenous...
Sep 11 2021
Mayor Bowser and the Council of the District of Columbia Commemorate 20th Anniversary of the Attacks of 9/11
Eleven Washingtonians who lost their lives honored by District officials; DCPS children and...
Sep 1 2021
Faith-based organizations can enhance security infrastructure to increase preparedness.
Aug 31 2021
Residents and Visitors Reminded Not to Drive Through Flood Waters: Turn Around, Don’t Drown