The Eisenhower Partnership's mission is to make the Valley a better place to live, work and play.
What you will find in our website is tons of information about the Partnership and the Valley including: what's happening, what's being built, who is new to the area, when our events are, a blog to let everyone know if you had a good meal, great service or anything that might be of interest to people in the Valley. Plus coming soon: space available in the Valley, a directory (contact directory only available to members) and membership sign-up.
- The Valley is served by 3 Metro stops: Eisenhower, Van Dorn and King Street.
- The City's recycling center and the mulch center is located at 4251 Eisenhower Avenue.
- Bike trails run throughout Eisenhower Valley, including connections between Duke St. and Eisenhower Avenue.
- The Valley's state-of-the-art 22-screen AMC Movie Theater, located at Hoffman Town Center, accommodates more than 4000 viewers in comfortable stadium seating.
- Dining and food options near the Hoffman AMC Movie Theaters include Ted’s Montana Grill, San Antonio Grill, Ruby Tuesday, Delia's, Yves Bistro, California Tortilla, Starbucks and Cold Stone Creamery.
- Dining options in John Carlyle Circe include The Carlyle Club, Pizza Venti, Artfully Chocolate, Potbelly, Jimmy John’s, Naru, Starbucks, Italian Deli, 7-11 and Roebuck.
- Landmarks of the Valley include the Alexandria National Cemetery (the predecessor of Arlington) and the African American Heritage Park on Holland Lane, and the US Patent & Trademark Office Museum on Dulany Street.
- Funds raised from the City’s Walk to Fight Breast Cancer, which takes place in the Eisenhower Valley, has helped nearly 4,000 underprivileged women receive mammograms since 1994.
- The DMV is conveniently located just off Eisenhower Avenue at 2681 Mill Road.