Capitol Hill is the section of town -- largely residential -- located East of the Capitol and west of the Hill East neighborhood.
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Barracks Row Main Street
Non-profit organization founded in 1997 to revitalize 8th Street SE, Washington DC's oldest commercial corridor. Includes information on activities, local merchants and attractions, and newsletter archive.
Guide and maps for sightseeing, dining, shopping and other services.
Capitol Hill Business Improvement District
Dedicated to making Capitol Hill as a cleaner and safer place to live, work, and conduct the business of the nation's capital, while remaining a national and cultural tourist destination. Features news and a map.
Capitol Hill Community Foundation
Non-profit organization that raises money for projects benefiting the Capital Hill neighborhood.
Capitol Hill Historic District
National Park Service Web site describes historic buildings and sites on Capitol Hill.
Capitol Hill Restoration Society
Nonprofit preservation group that works to maintain the historical integrity and appeal of Capitol Hill.
Flickr: Capitol Hill, DC
Repository of photographs taken in Washington, DC's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
H Street Community Development Corporation
Non-profit service organization devoted to strengthening small-business enterprises, expanding affordable housing opportunities, developing commercial centers, and providing training to empower people to achieve prosperity. Features newsletters, calendar, news, programs and services.
Marine Barracks Historic Site
National Parks Service description of the Marine Barracks, at 9th and M Streets SE.
Community listserv for Police Service Area 102 in northeast Capitol Hill. Free registration required.
Website of the NoMa Business Improvement District, which is located north of Capitol Hill and Union Station and named for its location North of Massachusetts Avenue. Provides information on NoMA BID's services and development initiatives.
Community Weblog for Police Service Area 102, in the Near Northeast and H Street Corridor of Capitol Hill. Posts cover meetings, events, crime statistics and police-community relations.
The Ruth Ann Overbeck Capitol Hill History Project
Collects oral histories and other historical material from Washington, DC's Capital Hill neighborhood. Includes transcripts, research bibliography, and event listings.
Tour of Duty: Barracks Row Heritage Trail
Walking tour of the Barracks Row neighborhood on Capitol Hill, centered on the historic Marine Barracks, describes the history of the neighborhood. One of a series of illustrated brochures produced by Cultural Tourism DC. [PDF]
Wikipedia: Capitol Hill, Washington, DC
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia.
Wikipedia: Swampoodle, Washington, DC
Old name for a former largely Irish neighborhood northeast of Capitol Hill. Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia.
Wikitravel: Washington, DC/Capitol Hill
Open source travel guide to the neighborhood.
Yahoo Groups: ANC-6A
Discussion group for issues pertaining to the ANC-6A neighborhoods on Capitol Hill. Not affiliated with the ANC-6A Advisory Neighborhood Commission. Yahoo! Groups registration required.
Yahoo Groups: Capitol Hill DC
Discussion group for Capitol Hill residents. Yahoo! Groups membership required.
Last update:January 22, 2016 at 3:55:23 UTC