Central Kenilworth Avenue Revitalization Community Development (CKAR CDC). It began in 2007 with a neighbor asking for help to revitalize Kenilworth Avenue between River Road to the north and Edmonston Road to the south.
The neighborhood was the unincorporated community of Templeton Knolls – backed by the Town of Riverdale Park, the Eastpines and Riverdale Heights Community Associations, and the Neighborhood Design Center with help from the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission’s (M-NCPPC) Planning Assistance to Municipalities and Communities Program, actions to pursue revitalization initiatives began.
The request resulted in a collaborative community planning process to strategically deal with pressing issues in the corridor. The result was a meticulous action plan for revitalization of the corridor.Learn More
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The world is changing. Our one and only home, Earth, is in a state of emergency. Climate change is a reality. We should do our part to make changes for the good of all. For example, get rid of carbon-puffing autos, recycle and strive for Clean Water and Clean Air. We would give our lungs some hope. In fact, there is hope all around when we open our hearts and listen to Nature. CKAR wants its community to do its part – Let’s plant trees!
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