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Happy New Year!!!

Happy NEW YEAR!!!

GABIDDC is gearing up courses (finally) in coordination with DOES and OMNI escavators for:

  • pipe fitting,
  • concrete finishing,
  • heavy equipment operation,
  • & hazardous material management including:
    Asbestos and Lead Remediation
    OSHA Confined Space and Decontamination

Contact Michael Jackson or GABIDDC/OMNI at 202 399 1368

We hope this year will be productive for everyone.

More to come

You’re invited! Ward 4 Small Business Outreach

DATE: November 16, 2017
TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM
LOCATION: Emory Recreation Center
5701 Georgia Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20011

Come learn about and prepare for upcoming project contracting opportunities with “THE PARKS AT WALTER REED!”

Hosted by:

Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon Todd
Deputy Mayor of Planning & Economic Development
Department of Small & Local Business Development
Master Development Team: Hines, Urban Atlantic
Development and Triden Development Group


Fourth of July Party at 625 T Street!

Fireworks Display
GABIDDC is sponsoring a  Fourth of July party from 3pm to 9pm at:

625 T Street, NW
WDC 20001

4th of July 3 to 9pm

names of DJs Host committee:
T Street Development
Howard Theatre
Shaw Main Streets
Monument Realty
One Love Massive
Kiss Lounge
Right Proper
Lumsden Insurance
Foundation Music,

Arts, Drinks, Food & Special Guests


MHACS Mens Health Awareness Month

Across the nation, June is celebrated as Men’s Health Awareness month.  As a valued member of the Howard University community, Howard University Cancer Center’s Men Take Ten program invites you, your family and friends and your community to take part in our Men’s Health initiatives throughout the month of June.
We encourage you to attend the final Men’s Health Awareness Clubs (MHACs) of the summer.
The next group will take place on
Wednesday, 6/14/17 at 5:30 pm in room 201 (2nd floor) of the Howard University Cancer Center.  We will discuss “Men’s Health: It’s about more than just the Prostate” and other issues men should be aware of and discuss with their healthcare professional.  MHACs are co-sponsored by the Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) and Med Star Family ChoiceRefreshments and give a-ways will be provided. All are welcome to attend and we encourage you to bring a friend.  MHACs seeks to create an environment to allow men to share their experiences and learn more about men’s health. 
Clinton Burnside
Howard University Cancer Center
Men’s Health Education and Early Detection Program

Howard University Cancer Center- Men’s Health Program 4/12/2017

We encourage you to attend the Men’s Health Awareness Clubs (MHACs). The last group meeting was today Wed., 4/12/17 at 5:30 pm in room 201 (2nd floor) of the Howard University Cancer Center [Calendar]. The next meeting will be May 10, 2017. All are welcome to attend and we encourage you to bring a friend. The MHACs seek to create an environment to allow men to share their experiences and learn more about men’s health.

In addition, we remind you that we also provide prostate cancer education to help men make an informed decision about getting screened. We offer prostate cancer screening (PSA & DRE) to men:
(1) that make the informed decision to get screened,
(2) 40-75 years of age,
(3) have not been screened for prostate cancer in the past 12 months, and
(4) has never been diagnosed or treated for prostate cancer.

We encourage you to contact us for more information and/or to schedule an appointment. Please review and share the attached fliers! Feel free to contact me should you have any questions.

Got Old Paint? Drop off event at RFK Stadium Nov 19

PaintCare is holding a special paint drop-off event for District residents and businesses this Saturday, November 19 from 9 am – 1 pm at RFK Stadium. Both latex and oil-based paint* will be accepted. To learn more about this one-day event and to reserve a time slot, please visit We hope to see you there!

What: PaintCare Drop-Off Event
When: November 19, 9 am – 1 pm
Where: RFK Stadium, Parking Lot #3
2001 E. Capitol Street NE
Washington, DC 20003
How: Reserve a time slot.

*Businesses should call PaintCare for more details: 855-724-6809.


Rain or shine, we’re holding a special paint drop-off event for the District of Columbia. You may bring most types of paint, stain and varnish. Businesses that generate less than 220 pounds (about 20-30 gallons) of hazardous waste per month may bring any amount of latex or oil-based paint. Businesses that generate more than 220 pounds of hazardous waste per month may bring any amount of latex paint, but oil-based paint will not be accepted.


  1. No leaking, unlabeled or empty containers
  2. No aerosol spray paints
  3. No drums or containers larger than 5 gallons
  4. We cannot accept other hazardous waste or chemicals, such as paint thinner, solvents, motor oil, spackle, glue, adhesive, roofing tar, pesticides, cleaning chemicals

About Paintcare

Paint manufacturers created PaintCare, a non-profit organization, to set up convenient places for you to recycle leftover paint. They are setting up drop-off sites throughout the District of Columbia where you can take smaller amounts of paint all year long. To learn more or find a year-round PaintCare drop-off site near you, visit their drop-off locator tool or call (855) 724-6809.

Lead Inspectors Washington DC Area

Lead Inspections Washington DC for individuals and Landlords. Fast and Affordable.

We are offering lead testing services to individuals and Apartment owners throughout Washington DC area. Please call 202 604 3097 for an appointment or fill out this form:

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One Love Massive Block Party!



One Love Massive, in collaboration with GABIDDC, is proud to announce your favorite new thing to do on Saturday in DC. We are introducing:

The Massive Market Block party!

Imagine an entire city block of space filled with live music, DJs, live art, vendors, food, beer, cocktails and all the love you need to get thru your weekend!

The Massive Market Block Party will be held at the Brand New DC Pavilion on 5th Street behind Union Market. It holds 4,500 people and has all things [you could want!] Cornhole games, a beer garden a full bar and plenty of room! We even have a skate park coming this month too!

YOu are going to love it!

*** June 11th ***

Nag Champa
Ayes Cold
Born | Music
Nature Boi
Video Killers
Funkhouse Music
The Unknowns

Rolling Thunder Rolls through


We are down on the Mall, today and tomorrow, selling water and accepting donations. Come on down and pay your respects to fallen comrades and family while enjoying fresh water and a beautiful location! We also are looking to provide water to you on a more general basis. The cause is good. We aim to put veterans and wounded warriors to work as part of our workforce training and development initiatives and advocacy.

Water Warriors Order

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Donate to GABIDDC

by clicking on this link:

The Georgia Avenue Business Improvement District & Development Corporation is a 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to the revitalization and growth of the upper Georgia Avenue business corridor and surrounding communities. Your donation is appreciated, deductible and a receipt will be sent to you for it with the amount donated and our taxpayer Identification information on it.

Graduating High School?!!

We at GABIDDC are really happy that you are graduating High School. We’d like to help however we can. We can help people get access to grants of up to $5775.00 for workforce training and can also assist in getting access to College opportunities. Please let us know your goals and objectives by filling out the following form.

Goals and Objectives Form

We can help with either finding a college or getting access to workforce training or with your access to college needs. Just submit this form and we'll get back to you. The district has grants up to $5775.00 available to those who meet the qualifications and we can help you apply for them. Just fill out and submit this form.