Fulfill that resolution to get more involved in your community: Join your neighbors in volunteering to pick up trash and brush along our local walking/biking path every Third Saturday. 114 more words
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As the cold weather settles in, I asked DPW Director John Scenna to give us a rundown of ongoing construction projects throughout the City. Keep in mind that we will be returning to both the Lebanon Street and the Melrose Highlands projects to install concrete sidewalks and granite curbing. 387 more words
It might not be Snowmageddon, but the first snow of 2015 has, in usual DC style, created challenges for commuters in our area. Snow began falling in the early morning hours, and residents awoke to a blanket of the powdery white stuff that has created slippery sidewalks and local streets. 383 more words
The Department of Public Works began collecting holiday trees on December 28 and will continue to collect them through Saturday, January 10.
Trees, as well as holiday greenery, should be placed in the same location from which your trash and recyclables are collected. 141 more words
We’re excited to announce that the College Hill Neighborhood Association won a grant last month from the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development to paint a mural on the DPW structure at 3600 Mission (at the mouth of the Bernal Cut Path / south end of the lavender garden). 89 more words