DPW Suspending Services On Tues., Oct. 30
DPW Is Suspending Trash/Recycling Collections, Residential Street Sweeping, Parking Enforcement
The DC Department of Public Works announced today that due to the closing of DC government Tuesday, October 30, it is suspending trash and recycling collections, bulk trash collections, parking enforcement and residential street sweeping.
Trash/recycling collections: 1. Residents living in once-a-week collections neighborhoods are asked to hold onto their trash and recyclables until next Tuesday, when normal collections will be made. 2. Residents living in twice-a-week collections neighborhoods whose recycling is collected on Tuesdays are asked to hold onto their recyclables until next Tuesday. These residents’ trash will be collected on Friday. Residents whose recycling is collected on Friday, their recyclables will be collected.
Bulk Trash Collections: Bulk collections originally scheduled for October 29th have been rescheduled for November 8th. Bulk collections originally scheduled for October 30th have been rescheduled for November 16th.
Residential Street Sweeping: Street sweeping in signed residential neighborhoods will resume March 1. Sweeping was suspended this week to allow the crews to clear storm debris, and the end of this program is October 31. Therefore, motorists do not need to obey the parking restrictions on Tuesday or Wednesday. Street sweeping will resume March 1.
Ft. Totten Transfer Station: The Ft. Totten Transfer Station will be closed to residents Tuesday.
Parking enforcement: DPW will not enforce parking meters, am and pm rush hour, residential permit parking or street sweeping restrictions on Tuesday.
To report all outages, downed trees and to make non-emergency services requests, call 311/202-737-4404 or use the 311 App. All emergency calls should be made to 911.
Kevin B. Twine
Office Of The Director
Department of Public Works
2000 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009
DPW Main: 202-673-6833
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