Neighborhood Conservation

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Recent Update

January 2021

The Neighborhood Conservation and Advisory Committee (NCAC) leads the development of neighborhood plans and recommends neighborhood-initiated capital improvements for funding by the County Board. Improvements include sidewalks, street beautification, pedestrian safety projects, street lights, and parks.

Each community that participates in the Neighborhood Conservation (NC) Program has an NC representative that serves as a liaison with County staff in the development of a neighborhood plan. The plan ultimately reflects the desires of the community as a whole. Our ODCA NC plan was completed in 2002.  Funding for future projects in our neighborhood would benefit from updating our NC plan. We’ve set a goal to update our NC plan by 2022.  To accomplish this, we need to identify block captains. Volunteers to be a block captain should please send an e-mail to:

Recent Improvements

ODCA recently received funding for a beautification project of the triangle at the intersection of 24th Street and Old Dominion Drive.  Landscaping improvements have already been installed.  The next phase of the project will be placement of a historical marker highlighting the significance of the location as the Livingstone railway stop along the Great Falls and Old Dominion Railroad line.  If you would like to volunteer to help with the historical marker process, please send an e-mail to: