Washington DC

Verizon helps connect thousands of students to nature at Washington, D.C., area national parks during BioBlitz 2016

Verizon is helping to support the 10th annual National Parks BioBlitz and Biodiversity Festival Event in Washington D.C. to engage students, scientists and the general public.

Washington, DC mayor Muriel Bowser, second from left, and Mario Acosta-Velez, second from right, present grant checks to Sultan Shakir from SMYAL and Ken Pettigrew from Wanda Alston House in Washington, DC.

LGBT youth in the Washington DC area will have increased access to vital support services thanks to recent grants from Verizon.


Verizon expands NAP of the Capital Region


Verizon Open House Hiring Event: Discover Awaiting Opportunities

Man faced with a choice of doors

It can be tough for Maryland and D.C. consumers – faced with a dizzying array of choices, ads and deals -- to pick the best providers for their Internet and other communications services.

Washington, D.C. at night

Consumers, businesses and government agencies in the District of Columbia continued to benefit from Verizon’s 2014 investment of more than $92 million in its industry-leading fiber-optic and wireline networks.

Muriel Bowser joins with Verizon Foundation to combat domestic violence

In an effort to raise awareness and end domestic violence, Verizon and District of Columbia Councilmember Muriel Bowser joined on Thursday (Oct. 30) to honor several nonprofits that are working to combat abuse against youth and adults in the nation’s capital.

Meeting the Technology Demand of the Nation's Capitol with Fiber

Verizon is aggressively building its all-fiber network throughout the nation’s capital to meet the demand.

The Ingredients That Make Tech Tick In D.C

Read three stories from members of the Fosterly community that spotlight how high-speed Internet access has saved the day.

Verizon's 2014 Tech Girls

“We are meeting with important people,” said the bubbly 16-year old Nadia. To which I replied, “You are also important.”