Trash Free Potomac Network - Connecting for a Trash Free Watershed

August Potomac River Cleanup at Alexandria Waterfront with PRKN
Cleanup Event

August 01, 2020, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Alexandria Waterfront

Site Type



County: Alexandria City

State: Virginia

Zip: 22314

Nearest City: Alexandria

GPS Coordinates: 38.811127, -77.039241


Directions: From DC over Arlington Memorial Bridge:

On Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway NW, turn right on Arlington Memorial Bridge
0.5 miles

At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Arlington Blvd
400 ft

Take a slight left turn toward I-395, Reagon National Airport
0.4 miles

Keep left on George Washington Memorial Parkway
5.5 miles

Turn left onto Madison Street
0.4 miles

Watershed Middle Potomac
Sub Watershed Anacostia-Occoquan

Parking Capacity: 40

Restrooms are 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

Please park at the end of Madison street. There is ample parking available around the park. Parking is free on Sundays.


What To Expect


This site is open to the public

RSVP is Required

Maximum Volunteers: 50

Contact Info.

Dean Naujoks




Following the orders from the governors of Maryland and Virginia and the CDC, we will be following safe social distancing practices at our river cleanup events. We are extending the registration time for our cleanups to be one hour long, starting 30 minutes before the scheduled event start time to prevent overcrowding. We will be taking steps to minimize contact at the registration table.

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