Neighborhoods of Washington, D.C. (and respective Neighborhood Clusters)
these are the 131 neighborhoods as currently defined by the D.C. Office of Planning and the Office of Neighborhood Action.
NAME_ NAME
16th Street Heights Cluster 18
Adams Morgan Cluster 1
American University Park Cluster 11
Arboretum Cluster 23
Barnaby Woods Cluster 10
Barry Farm Cluster 37
Bellevue Cluster 39
Benning Cluster 32
Benning Ridge Cluster 33
Bloomingdale Cluster 21
Brentwood Cluster 22
Brightwood Cluster 17
Brightwood Park Cluster 18
Brookland Cluster 22
Burleith/Hillandale Cluster 4
Burrville Cluster 31
Buzzard Point Cluster 9
Capitol Hill Cluster 26
Capitol View Cluster 33
Cardozo/Shaw Cluster 3
Carver Cluster 23
Cathedral Heights Cluster 14 and 11
Central NE Cluster 30
Chevy Chase Cluster 10, 11, 12
Chinatown Cluster 8
Cleveland Park Cluster 12 and 15
Colonial Village Cluster 16
Columbia Heights Cluster 2
Congress Heights Cluster 38 and 39
Connecticut Avenue/K Street Cluster 6
Crestwood Cluster 18
Deanwood Cluster 31
Douglass Cluster 38
Downtown Cluster 8
Downtown East Cluster 8
Dupont Circle Cluster 6
Eastland Gardens Cluster 29
Eckington Cluster 21 and 22
Edgewood Cluster 20 and 21
Fairfax Village Cluster 35
Fairlawn Cluster 34
Foggy Bottom Cluster 5
Forest Hills Cluster 12
Fort Davis Park Cluster 34
Fort Dupont Cluster 32
Fort Lincoln Cluster 24
Fort McNair Cluster 9
Fort Stanton Cluster 37
Fort Totten Cluster 19
Foxhall Crescents Cluster 13
Foxhall Village Cluster 13
Friendship Heights Cluster 11
Garfield Heights Cluster 36
Gateway Cluster 24
George Washington University Cluster 5
Georgetown Cluster 4
Georgetown Reservoir Cluster 13
Glover Park Cluster 14
Grant Park Cluster 31
Greenway Cluster 32
Hawthorne Cluster 10
Hill East Cluster 26
Hillcrest Cluster 35
Hillsdale Cluster 37
Historic Anacostia Cluster 28
Howard University Cluster 3
Ivy City Cluster 23
Kalorama Heights Cluster 1
Kenilworth Cluster 29
Kingman Park Cluster 25
Knox Hill/Buena Vista Cluster 36
Lamond Riggs Cluster 19
Langdon Cluster 22
Lanier Heights Cluster 1
Le Droit Park Cluster 3
Lincoln Heights Cluster 30
Lincoln Heights Cluster 31
Lincoln Park Cluster 26
Logan Circle/Shaw Cluster 7
Manor Park Cluster 17
Marshall Heights Cluster 33
Mass. Ave. Heights Cluster 14 and 15
Mayfair Cluster 30
McLean Gardens Cluster 14
Michigan Park Cluster 20
Mount Pleasant Cluster 1 and 2
Mount Vernon Square Cluster 8
Navy Yard Cluster 27
Naylor Gardens Cluster 35
NE Boundary Cluster 31
Near Northeast Cluster 25
Near Southeast Cluster 27
North Capitol Street Cluster 8
North Cleveland Park Cluster 11 and 12
North Michigan Park Cluster 20
North Portal Estates Cluster 16
Palisades Cluster 13
Park View Cluster 2
Penn Branch Cluster 34
Penn Quarter Cluster 8
Petworth Cluster 18
Pleasant Hill Cluster 19
Pleasant Plains Cluster 2
Queens Chapel Cluster 19
Randle Highlands Cluster 34
River Terrace Cluster 32
Shepherd Park Cluster 16
Shipley Cluster 38
Skyland Cluster 35 and 36
South Central Cluster 24
Southwest Employment Area Cluster 9
Southwest/Waterfront Cluster 9
Spring Valley Cluster 13
Stanton Park Cluster 25
Stronghold Cluster 21
Takoma Cluster 17
Tenleytown Cluster 11
Trinidad Cluster 23
Truxton Circle Cluster 21
Twining Cluster 34
University Heights Cluster 20
Van Ness Cluster 12
Washington Highlands Cluster 39
Wesley Heights Cluster 13
West End Cluster 5
Woodland Cluster 36
Woodland-Normanstone Terr Cluster 15
Woodley Park Cluster 15
Woodridge Cluster 24
For Administrative purposes 39 Neighborhood clusters have been defined.
Most neighborhoods fall into a single cluster, however some are divided between clusters.
Note: "Stronghold" seems to be the most recent coining of a neighborhood name and is a triangle partly bounded by North Capitol, Michigan, and Franklin, NE.
"South Central" is a triangle bounded by Bladensburg, South Dakota and Douglas NE
for current use of these and maps see:
Strategic Neighborhood Action Plans (SNAPs)
  Matthew Gilmore, May 2003