Edward Ryder

Commissioner, ANC 6B07, Capitol Hill | SouthEast

TREASURER, ANC 6B

Commissioner-Elect, ANC 6B08 (2022 Election)


About Edward

Commissioner Edward Ryder is a first term ANC Commissioner representing the residents of ANC 6B07 (Capitol Hill/Southeast). With the redistricting done in 2022, In the November 2022 Election, Edward was re-election to the ANC, representing the new 6B08 that was created with the 2022 redistricting. Edward has lived in the neighborhood since 2018 having moved from SW-Waterfront. Edward has called the DC area home for his entire life.

During his first term, Edward has strived to learn more about the needs of neighbors and how to best help to advocate to have those needs met. As Commissioner, he has sought to help improve traffic safety in the area, assist in connecting neighbors with various DC agency services, and to keep neighbors up to date on the overall issues and events central to our neighborhood. He is most passionate about public transportation and affordable housing. He believes D.C. needs to be accessible, safe, and affordable for all residents.

You can reach Edward by email anytime at 6B07@anc.dc.gov.

What's an ANC?

The Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, or ANC, is a non-partisan, neighborhood body made up of locally elected representatives. Washington DC is divided into 40 districts and each ANC is made up of of 2-12 commissioners who make decisions about a broad range of issues in the community including transportation, planning and zone, and alcohol and beverage licenses. Each ANC commissioner is elected for a two-year term and represents a distinct segment of the ANC, called a Single Member District, or SMD. Each Commissioner represents about 2,000 residents of that SMD.

To get involved in your ANC, you can attend ANC meetings, learn more about your ANC, and make your voice heard throughout your community. Check out the full schedule of upcoming ANC 6B meetings here.


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