The Logan Circle Community Association (LCCA) is one of the most effective and successful community associations in the District of Columbia. Established in 1972, it has achieved a remarkable record of steadily improving the environment and the quality of life in the Logan Circle area.
LCCA works to promote the civic and social interests of residents by:
- Enhancing the quality of life and promoting economic development.
- Working to enhance public safety through collaborations with the Metropolitan Police Department
- Preserving the historic, architectural and aesthetic value of property.
- Presenting the views of its membership to government and other organizations.
- Participating in charitable and educational activities.
The Association represents the Greater Logan Circle area, officially bounded by S Street to the north, K Street to the south, 9th Street to the east and 16th Street to the west. Membership is open to anyone who resides or owns a business or property within its boundaries.
Our 50 square blocks are rich in history, architecture and a vibrant mixture of residents and businesses. Our community takes pride in its diversity and activism, which combine to reflect the best of inner city living.
LCCA is a nonprofit community organization with a Board of Advisors elected by the membership. We invite you to join us in making a difference in your community.
The Association sponsors:
- Frequent programs on compelling community topics.
- Liaison work focusing on community improvement with Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2F, ANC 2F’s Community Development Committee, the National Park Service, the Metropolitan Police Department, and Cultural Tourism DC.
- Social opportunities, including annual picnics, potlucks, and frequent happy hours for members to make new friends and get to know their neighbors.
- Monthly electronic announcements and a Facebook presence highlighting neighborhood activity and announcing local events.
- Collaborative community enhancements with DC Public Schools, the National Symphony Orchestra, the DC Council on the Humanities, and others.