Thursday, September 3, 2015

Events DC Seeks Community Input on Future Use of RFK Stadium Campus

2015 World Police and Fire Games Opening Ceremony (outside RFK Stadium)

From our friends at Events DC...

Events DC Hosts First of Two Community Meetings to Seek Community Input on the Future Use of Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium Campus

Events DC will host the first of two community meetings to seek community input for Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium (RFK Stadium) Campus redevelopment and planning inclusive of DC Armory, Maloof Skate Park and the Festival Grounds. The goal is to walk the audience through the RFK study process and to obtain their feedback for moving forward.  This first meeting is being held in the Ward 7 community. Additionally, there will be a citywide meeting on Wednesday, September 30th. The location will be confirmed at a later date.

When: Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 6-9:00 PM

Who: DC Councilmembers
Events DC Representatives
District and Federal Agencies Representatives (invited)

1901 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003

RSVP: Attendees are encouraged to RSVP in advance for this community meeting. 

About Events DC:
Events DC, the official convention and sports authority for the District of Columbia, deliver premier event services and flexible venues across the nation's capital. Leveraging the power of a world-class destination and creating amazing attendee experiences, Events DC generates economic and community benefits through the attraction and promotion of business, athletic, entertainment and cultural activities. Events DC oversees the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, an anchor of the District's hospitality and tourism economy that generates over $400 million annually in total economic impact, and the historic Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon Square. Events DC manages the Stadium-Armory campus, which includes Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium and surrounding Festival Grounds, the non-military functions of the DC Armory and Maloof Skate Park at RFK Stadium. Events DC also built and now serves as landlord for Nationals Park, the first LEED-certified major professional sports stadium in the United States. For more information, please visit