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4 Mile Run and Hume Springs Monthly Cleanup
Cleanup Event

September 14, 2019, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM


Cleanup of playgrounds, streets and alleyways in Hume Springs area, including parts of 4 Mile Run Park.

Hume Springs - Flagpole Park


Site Type

Park (Active since 2012)

Location

County: Alexandria City

State: Virginia

Zip: 22305

Nearest City: Alexandria

GPS Coordinates: 38.838157, -77.060896

Directions

Directions: The meetup spot is the flagpole at the small park between Dale and Mark Drive. The park is at the start of an underground stream that emerges and flows into Four Mile Run.

Watershed Middle Potomac
Sub Watershed
Facilities

Parking Capacity: 28

Restrooms are NOT available.

This site is suitable for children under seven.

This site is suitable for the elderly.

This site is suitable for the disabled.

Notes & Special Issues

The group cleans up 4 Mile Run Playground and Multi Purpose Courts, Hume Springs Playground Park, 3550 Commonwealth Park, the The 4 Mile Run Edison Street Entrance and the streets and alleys of Hume Springs. Depending on trash level and number of volunteers the effort spreads out into further areas of 4 Mile Run Park.

Map

What To Expect


Details

This site is open to the public

RSVP Not Required

Maximum Volunteers: 30

Contact Info.

Sean M Scully

seanmscully@yahoo.com

Website

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