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Urban Living Tips for People with Pets

By: EYA Homes
August 18th, 2022

Thinking of moving to an urban location? Or do you live in the city and are considering getting a pet? In the U.S., over 90 million families have a pet. And many live in a city neighborhood, so their owners need to make these urban environments inviting for them and their four-legged friends. Here are a few things you should know to keep your pets safe, healthy, and happy.

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Montgomery County | Recreation | Pets | Lock and Go Lifestyle | walkable community | Bike | Cabin John Village

Cabin John Regional Park Amenities & Activities

By: Colleen McGrew
July 9th, 2020

Now more than ever, we’re looking for more ways to get outside, stay active, and get some fresh air, without venturing too far from home. From sunrise to sunset, visitors are invited to explore the 528-acres of inviting woodland trails, sports fields, picnic shelters, playgrounds, and more at Cabin John Regional Park. Throughout all four seasons ice skating, tennis classes, camps, recreational sports and more are just a few of the activities held in this quiet oasis just steps from the lively shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities at Cabin John Village.

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Pets | Robinson Landing | EYA | Tower Oaks | Cabin John Village | Wellness | Washington, DC | Neighborhood Updates | Reston Station

How You Can Help Your Neighbors and Community

By: Colleen McGrew
April 9th, 2020

The value of helping and supporting your neighbors, community, friends, and family has been at the top of our minds more than ever over the past few weeks and months. As we adjust to these new times and changing lifestyles, it can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate this new landscape. We’ve gathered a list of resources, ideas, and more to help you stay connected, learn more about how you can help your loved ones and neighbors, and stay safe and healthy.

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Montgomery County | Dining | Bethesda | Grosvenor Heights | Montgomery Row | Pets | walkable community

Best Things to Do with Your Dog in Bethesda, MD

By: Colleen McGrew
October 11th, 2019

From dog parks and local trails to dog dining and diving, we've compiled a list of the best local spots to enjoy some time with your favorite furry friend in and around Bethesda, MD! Here are the top places to explore, eat, and enjoy with your dog:

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Montgomery County | Rockville | Pets | Tower Oaks

Best Things to Do with Your Dog in Rockville, MD

By: Colleen McGrew
August 16th, 2019

Dogs are man’s best friend and who doesn’t want to spend the day with their best friend? Rockville dog owners are lucky to be in an area that offers so many opportunities to get out and about with their four-legged friends. Check out Rockville's new dog-friendly neighborhood With 65 community parks, the city and its surrounding area makes it easy to get outdoors for two and four-legged exercise. And the pooch-friendly atmosphere doesn’t stop there. Restaurants, shops, and attractions throughout Rockville roll out the welcome mat to accommodate not only their customers, but their furry friends as well. Here are the best places to eat, drink and play with your dog in Rockville, MD:

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Old Town Alexandria | Pets | Robinson Landing | walkable community | Bike

The Best Things to Do with your Dog in Old Town Alexandria

By: Colleen McGrew
July 9th, 2019

There is no doubt that Alexandrians love dogs. A quick stroll down the sidewalks of Old Town, and you’ll see shops, artisans, and restaurant owners have left an assortment of water bowls and biscuit jars outside their doorsteps, welcoming dogs to take a break, and sometimes even to come inside. 

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