WHERE TO FILE CONSUMER COMPLAINTS
Federal Communications Commission (for complaints about long-distance telephone service, including services you did not order) Tel: 1-888-225-5322
DC Office of Cable Television (for complaints about cable bills) Tel: (202) 671-0066
DC Water and Sewer Administration (for complaints about water and sewer bills) Tel: (202) 354-3600
Office of the People's Counsel (for complaints about Gas, Electric, Local Telephone) Tel: (202) 727-3071
Public Service Commission (for complaints about Gas, Electric, Local Telephone) Tel: (202) 626-5100
Do Not Call Registry (for complaints about telemarketing on your home phone, fax, and cell phone numbers)
National Fraud Information Center (to report telemarketing or other telephone related fraud) Tel: 1-800-876-7060
Telemarketing and Unwanted Mail (for complaints about Phishing and Vishing; to Register with the National Do Not Call Registry; Stop Unwanted Mail, and Telephone Scams) Tel: 1-844-USA-GOV
WARD 7 ANCs
ANC 7C - Burrville, Deanwood, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights
ANC 7D - Eastland Gardens, Kenilworth, Kingman Park, Mayfair
ANC 7E - Benning Heights, Capitol View, Fort Davis, Marshall Heights
ANC7F - Fort Dupont, Greenway, River Terrace
WARD 7 ORGANIZATIONS
WARD 7 CIVIC ASSOCIATIONS
3939 Benning Road NE
Washington, DC 20019
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The neighborhoods of Ward 7 are proud, distinct and numerous. Deanwood, situated on the north end of the Ward, is one of the oldest communities in the northeast quadrant, and has a pleasant small-town character with its many wood-frame and brick houses. To the south of Deanwood are neighborhoods such as Capitol View, Benning Heights and Marshall Heights, characterized by a variety of single-family homes, duplexes, garden apartments and apartment buildings. Further south, neighborhoods including Hillcrest, Dupont Park, Penn Branch and Randle Highlands have a very suburban character, dominated by single-family detached homes with large yards and lawns. Ward 7 also has an extensive waterfront along the Anacostia River, and riverfront neighborhoods have their own unique identities. River Terrace, Mayfair and Eastland Gardens abut the east side of the river, while Kingman Park sits to the west.
FREE RESOURCES AND/OR REDUCED FEE PROGRAMS FOR DISTRICT RESIDENTS
Smoke Detectors - DC Fire and EMS Departments offer free smoke detectors. Tel: (202) 727-1614 or (202) 673-3331.
Radon Test Kit - The Department of the Environment offers free radon test kits. Tel: (202) 535-2302
Lead Test Kits - DC Water offers free lead testing to help residents identify potential lead sources. Tel: (202) 612-3440
Home Fire Inspections - Free home inspections are conducted as a courtesy of the DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (F&EMS). Tel: (202) 673-3331
Energy Assistance and Weatherization - Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) can help you with your energy and utility bills and provide weatherization assistance.
Riversmart Program - DOEE’s RiverSmart programs provide homeowners rebates to reduce stormwater runoff.
Tel: (202) 535-2679
Lead Based Paint - The Lead Safe Washington Program will test eligible properties, at no charge, for lead-based paint hazards.
Tree Rebate - Casey Trees offer rebates up to $100.
Tel: (202) 833-4010
Free CPR Training - DCFEMS offers free classes. Tel: 311