Trash Free Potomac Network - Connecting for a Trash Free Watershed


FORESTVILLE AREA FALL CLEAN-UP (Copy)
Cleanup Event

August 16, 2017, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Rain Date: October 08, 2016, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM


Let's come together to support the community we live, work, shop, worship and/or go to school in by picking up litter on our streets, grounds, and water resources. COME ONE, COME ALL! Saturday, October 1, 2017, 9am - 2pm

FORESTVILLE, MD - Pennsylvania Ave./Forestville Road


Site Type

Roadway (Active since 2014)

Location

County: Prince George's

State: Maryland

Zip: 20747

Nearest City: FORESTVILLE

GPS Coordinates: 38.853725, -76.889391

Directions

Directions: North Forestville Community Center
2311 Ritchie Rd, Forestville, MD 20747

Take exit 11B from 495 beltway; take first right on Forestville Rd; keep straight; Forestville Rd turns into Ritchie Rd.; keep straight; community center on the left

Watershed Unknown
Sub Watershed
Facilities

Parking Capacity:

Restrooms are available.

This site is suitable for children under seven.

This site is suitable for the elderly.

This site is NOT suitable for the disabled.

Notes & Special Issues

Map

What To Expect


Details

This site is open to the public

RSVP Not Required

Maximum Volunteers: 100

Contact Info.

Katrina Anderson

2403832060/forestvillecommunityactivist@gmail.com

Website

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