by Ben Puchalski
on Friday, December 29th, 2017 at 9:58am.
Crestwood is a gorgeous tree-lined neighborhood of large homes in D.C. It’s quiet and cozy and has quite the suburban feel, despite being in the middle of the city and only a few miles from the White House.
The community recently held their turkey trot over Thanksgiving weekend.
Santa came to Crestwood! Private Crestwood residents hosted the big man in red at their home. Santa was there on Sunday December 17th from 5-7 p.m.
Looking into the new year, residents are invited to attend the Carter Barron Stormwater Retrofit Project Public Meeting. The goal of the project is to retrofit an 11-acre site with green infrastructure to restore the natural hydrology and to protect the plant life and animal life. The project also hopes to help with flooding and erosion.
The Crestwood Citizens Association, which has been around since 1941, is quite active with new events like the ones mentioned above. There’s also fun updates like the administrator’s sighting of an albino squirrel in mid-November. Many people have apparently caught sight of the rare phenomenon around the neighborhood.
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