The Anacostia Coordinating Council (ACC) was established in 1983 as a volunteer, membership consortium of organizations and individuals involved with the revitalization of Anacostia and its adjacent neighborhoods. Founded to organize community support for getting the Anacostia Metro Station built, the ACC has expanded to address a large amount of issues that face the community.
ACC is involved in information gathering and sharing, networking, advocacy and community organizing.
Since its inception, ACC has welcomed over 1,000 guest speakers to its monthly meetings to discuss some of the community's most pressing issues and to share important information pertaining to the community.
ACC Monthly Meetings
occur every LAST Tuesday of the month (except December).
IMPORTANT NOTE: Our traditional meeting place, the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, will be undergoing modernization and upgrades. Because of this, from March through November of 2019, ACC will be meeting at:
Martha's Table at the Commons
2375 Elvans Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020
(near Moten ES or near the Panorama Room at Our Lady of Perpetual Help).