Councilmember Brianne Nadeau is passionate about Ward 1 and proud to serve our community.

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"We have an obligation as a government to do more than simply reconcile our accounts and produce a balanced budget. We are obligated to take care of our neighbors, to keep our city safe, to enhance our quality of life. To serve people and meet their needs."
Councilmember Nadeau speaks from the dais in the Council chamber during the first reading on the FY 25 budget
Over the past year, my Council colleagues and I have been laser-focused on improving public safety in the District. Every Ward 1 resident deserves to feel safe in their home and their neighborhood. I’d like to provide you with this update on my work in this critical area.
Councilmember Brianne Nadeau with Police Chief Pamela Smith at memorial event
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Councilmember Brianne K. Nadeau, D-Ward 1, joined by Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen, introduced legislation Monday to address the proliferation of mopeds in D.C. by making sellers and renters of mopeds responsible for registration requirements, similar to the experience of buying or renting a car.
Moped in the 1700 block of P Street, NW, Washington DC on Tuesday evening, 24 October 2017 by Elvert Barnes Photography
Nadeau amendment requires evaluation of witness assistance programs to support testimony leading to convictions
Wilson Building at dusk.



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Councilmember Nadeau is passionate about Ward 1, committed to expanding affordable housing, strengthening public safety, advocating for her constituents, and improving government services.