Block D - Reelection
Mayor Muriel Bowser is the first African American woman to be re-elected to a 3rd four-year term in a US city.
What We're Focused On, Together
Washington, DC is the seat of America’s democracy, but there’s more we can do to make sure that all voices are heard in DC – right now.
Ensuring Washington, DC remains a city for people of all ages and at all stages of life means fighting to protect the middle class. When Washingtonians have access to opportunity and can afford to build a good life for themselves and loved ones in DC, our neighborhoods are stronger.
Public safety serves as a foundation for living a healthy and happy life. We want to create significant, lasting change and not just to reverse these rising trends, but to reduce gun violence and ultimately end it. View the Mayor's order here.
We have the opportunity to reimagine a Downtown where residents, workers, and visitors can live, work and play in vibrant centers of activity for all.
Schools are the heartbeat of our communities, and every community deserves a great school. Every single child should be able to achieve their fullest potential, and to pursue their dreams – starting, simply, with the vital grade-level reading and math.
Looking to the future, the District of Columbia will continue to position itself as a global and forward-thinking leader in the way we choose to serve those who live, work, and play in our city.
Transition Team - Block A
Meet the transition team who will be collecting your ideas and helping Mayor Bowser set priorities as she begins her third-term as Mayor of Washington, DC.
Share Your Ideas - Block B
We Are Hiring - Block C
We Are Hiring!
We are hiring, and we want you to be part of something big....DC's comeback! Are you up to the challenge of working hard for the residents of Washington DC?
Each day, 37,000 government employees work to move DC forward in education, economic development, health and human services, government operations and public safety.