Georgetown Canal Plan

C&O Canal in Georgetown with water flowing through wooden structures called gates. Canal is surrounded by brick buildings.
C&O Canal Lock 4 in Georgetown

Courtesy Georgetown Heritage

You’re Invited to Shape the Future of the C&O Canal Through Georgetown!

The National Park Service (NPS) and Georgetown Heritage, with support from the District of Columbia and the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) are launching a collaborative effort to reimagine, restore and revitalize a mile-long section of C&O Canal NHP in Georgetown, from the Zero-mile marker to the Alexandria Aqueduct.

Working with the community and the American public the NPS and Georgetown Heritage will seek input and ideas on how to improve the park’s unique stone structures, locks, towpath, plazas and street crossings to maximize the park’s immense educational, recreational and aesthetic potential.


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    Last updated: June 9, 2017

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