DC Facilities and Agencies Recovering from Friday Storm

While some agencies are offering additional resources, others are closed or unable to provide services.

Updated 9:51 p.m. Sunday

Both the District and Federal governments will be open Monday. Federal employees in the DC area have the option to take unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework Monday.

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is encouraging commuters to consider using public transit to get to work Monday and urging caution among motorists.

As District agencies continue to help residents recover from Friday's storm, there are several closings and service disruptions.

Schools will be closed Monday, July 2.

  • Students and staff assigned to summer school, summer bridge or extended school year programs should not report to their sites. 
  • DCPS schools will not be open for use by other community based organizations or programs, including SYEP Summer Youth Employment participants, on July 2, 2012.
  • DCPS administrative sites will remain open, and those employees should report work as usual. In addition, essential personnel should report to school as they normally do. Other school-based staff members (non-essential employees) are not required to report to school.

Cooling Centers were operational Sunday, but there have been no announcements about Monday.

Several Department of Park and Recreation facilities are without power; summer camp activities are canceled.

  • Stoddert Recreation Center (4001 Calvert Street, NW)

Patch will update this article with Monday's operations as information becomes available. Stay informed with news from Georgetown Patch by signing up for newsletters here.


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