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Updated as of November 15, 2022

Based on the latest COVID statistics and current DC policies, Palisades Village has updated its policies for in-person events, meetings, and Office work.

Palisades Village’s Policy Updates

Palisades Village has resumed in-person activities including for all who are up to date with their COVID vaccines [1]. We also continue to offer virtual social, educational, and cultural events using Zoom to accommodate our community’s comfort level and schedule. 

Palisades Village encourages partially or non-vaccinated people to seek vaccination opportunities at any of the District’s Covid Centers, area hospitals, vaccination providers or in-home services.

Rapid antigen tests are currently available to older adults in the community at the Palisades Village office and can be delivered to members.

We will continue to ask that if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID- or anything else transmissible - or if you know you’ve been exposed - that you stay home.

Volunteer Services

If you need a friendly home visit, a ride, or help at home (gardening, technical support, small home repairs, errands run, etc.), we will continue to offer these services to the extent that volunteers and members receiving the services are up to date with their COVID vaccines and wear masks indoors (homes/cars).

Contactless services will still be available to all members. 

Palisades Village Office

The Office is open to visitors, Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment. Masks are recommended but not required at the Palisades Hub where the Palisades Village Office is located.

Palisades Village-sponsored events

Palisades Village offers a variety of events which occur outdoors, indoors and via Zoom. For outdoor events, masks are not required. For indoor events, if these take place in a private home, the homeowner and Executive Director will determine whether masks and/or same-day rapid antigen testing are required. For events taking place indoors at restaurants or similar public venues which involve eating and drinking, same-day rapid antigen tests will be required.  Palisades Village will make those supplies available to anyone who needs them. In the case of indoor exercise or yoga classes or club meetings, Palisades Village strongly encourages people to wear masks, but does not require them.

All participants will be clearly informed of these requirements when registering for events.

Additional information

These standards are subject to change at any time, based on guidance from the CDC, the DC Department of Health, and/or the experience of Palisades Village.  We will continue to keep you updated. As always, your safety is of utmost importance to us

[1] You are up to date with your COVID vaccines if you have completed a COVID-19 vaccine primary series and have received the most recent booster recommended by the CDC.






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Sibley Memorial Hospital 
In partnership with Palisades Village, Northwest Neighbors Village, and Cleveland & Woodley Park Village, Sibley Memorial Hospital is committed to supporting seniors in Wards 3 and 4 during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Palisades Village is a registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit, charitable organization. 

Full membership fees are $600 for individuals and $900 for households.

Associate members' annual dues are $300; which is fully tax deductible 



5200 Cathedral Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016
(202) 244-3310


Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 


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