This March, it’s time for DC residents to get out and help keep DC clean by picking up trash in the places you care about: your home, your block, your park and your river.
Both Mayor Bowser and Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen (D) encourage neighbors to get out there and clean up this city!
There are a few Ward 6 Clean-Ups already scheduled. You can join one, or you can simply take 5 minutes to clean up outside your home, or pick up for 30 minutes along your block, or team up with others for a full-neighborhood scrub!
You can participate individually, with your family, or host a small group with your friends and neighbors!
Email [email protected] if you are thinking of planning your own event.
Clean Up Events in Ward 6:
- Seward Square, 9 a.m., meet at Fourth Street & Pennsylvania Avenue SE (near the Naval Lodge). Info: [email protected]
- Wylie and I St NE clean up, 1 p.m, meet at alley between Wylie and I Streets NE. Info: [email protected]
- 1400 Duncan Street NE: 10 a.m. Info: [email protected]
- 1300 block E Street NE: 10 a.m. Info: text 202-386-8333
- Sherwood Recreation Center: 10 a.m., meet at 640 Tenth St. NE. Info: [email protected]
- H Street NE: 9 a.m, meet on H Street at Eighth and work to 14th Streets NE. Info: [email protected]
- Capitol Hill: 1 p.m., meet at 204 Ninth Street NE. Info: [email protected]
- Seward Square, 9 a.m., Fourth St at Pennsylvania Avenue SE
- Mount Vernon Triangle: 8 a.m., meet at Fourth & M Streets NW. Info: 202-236-3329 or [email protected]
- King Greenleaf: 8:45 a.m., M Street & Delaware Avenue SW
Click for quick tips on how to host your own neighborhood cleanup and keep everyone safe.
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