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Clean Teams

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DSLBD's commercial Clean Team Program services include:

  • Removal of litter, graffiti, illegal posters and stickers, weeds, snow, and ice
  • Recycling glass, aluminum and plastic items collected from sidewalks and gutters
  • Maintenance of street trees through mulching, weeding and watering.
  • Landscaping of planters, hanging baskets and tree boxes located in service areas
  • Tracking and reporting public space defects via 311

FY 2017 DSLBD DC Commercial Clean Teams

  1. 12th Street NE Clean Team
  2. Adams Morgan Clean Team
  3. Alabama Avenue
  4. Anacostia Clean Team
  5. Barracks Row Clean Team
  6. Bellevue Clean Team
  7. Benning Road (Ward 6) Clean Team
  8. Benning Road (Ward 7) Clean Team
  9. Bladensburg Road Clean Team
  10. Congress Heights Clean Team
  11. Connecticut Avenue Clean Team
  12. Deanwood Heights Clean Team
  13. Dupont Circle Clean Team
  14. Georgia Avenue Clean Team
  15. Glover Park Clean Team
  16. H Street NE Clean Team
  17. Kennedy Street NW Clean Team
  18. Lower Georgia Avenue Clean Team
  19. Mid-City Clean Team
  20. Minnesota Avenue Clean Team
  21. Mount Vernon Triangle Clean Team
  22. New York Avenue NE Clean Team
  23. North Capitol Clean Team
  24. Pennsylvania Avenue SE Clean Team
  25. Rhode Island Avenue NE Clean Team
  26. Shaw Clean Team
  27. Upper 14th Street NW Clean Team
  28. Upper Georgia Avenue Clean Team
  29. Ward 1 Clean Team
  30. Wisconsin Avenue Clean Team
More information on service providers, service hours, and boundaries is available in the DSLBD Clean Team Program Summary and Map attached below.
 

By the numbers in 2017

  • $3,524,821.00 of grant funding were awarded by DSLBD
  • 45.88 miles of commercial corridors cleaned by 22 teams
  • 9,204,176 pounds of trash and recyclables removed from commercial districts
  • 4,318 properties Abated of graffiti
  • 10,523 illegal posters and sticker removed
  • 616 new plants planted in service areas
  • 417 public space defects reported to 311

Support of Sustainable DC (SDC) goals

  • Recycling service required to support SDC Waste Goal of achieving zero waste by capturing value through recycling
  • Street tree mulching increased to support SDC Nature Goal of covering 40 percent of the District with a healthy tree canopy
  • Removal of trash and recyclables that may have entered storm-water system
  • Utilization of eco-friendly herbicides and ice melt that reduce toxic runoff to support SDC Water Goal to make all District waterways fishable and swimmable

To learn more about Sustainable DC, visit the following link: http://sustainable.dc.gov.

Service Contact: 
Lauren Adkins
Contact Email: 
Contact Phone: 
(202) 727-3900
Contact TTY: 
711
Contact Suite #: 
850 North
Service Location: 

441 4th Street, NW

GIS Address: 
441 4th Street, NW
City: 
Washington
State: 
DC
Zip: 
20001