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DPW Starts Street Sweeping on March 1. Click here to get more information about; street sweeping, alley cleaning, yard waste collection, mowing, graffiti removal, and helping hands neighborhood clean up starting later this spring.
Beginning April 6, 2022, residential operations including bulk, trash, and recycling drop-off will take place at the Benning Road Transfer Station. The Fort Totten transfer station will be closed for drop-offs until Fall 2022. The Fort Totten transfer station will be closed for drop-offs until Fall 2022. Operations will be moved to the Benning Road Transfer station located at 3200 Benning Road, NE starting April 6, 10 am – 2 pm, Wednesday – Friday.
Residents can still contact 311 to schedule a bulk pick up.
Public litter can are receptacles that are intended for small litter like non-recyclable food wrappers and other trash acquired while in transit in the District.
Public litter cans are not for household trash.
Violators may be subject to fines.
DPW’s MuralsDC program is celebrating its 15th year of beautifying the city and is looking for a few good walls! Click here to apply for a free mural TODAY while there are still funds available.
District drivers can now receive immediate notification if their vehicle been booted, towed, or relocated. Find out how to enroll in DPW’s new Tow and Boot Electronic Alert Program!
Use our "Slide Guide" to find out how holidays affect your collection schedule.
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