DC Department of Public Works

DC Department of Public Works The Department of Public Works (DPW) provides municipal services in two distinct program areas: environmental services/solid waste management and parking enforcement.
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Operating as usual

Hey DC! Need information about sanitation services, parking enforcement, or any one of our many services? Head over to; ...
10/22/2020
Services | dpw

Hey DC!

Need information about sanitation services, parking enforcement, or any one of our many services?

Head over to; https://dpw.dc.gov/services

#DPWorks4DC

coronavirus.dc.gov Read Mayor Bowser’s Presentation on DC’s COVID-19 Situational Update: October 19. DC Entered Phase Two of Reopening on June 22. View the Guidance.

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323💻...
10/22/2020

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:

☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323
💻 Online: coronavirus.dc.gov/gethelp

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
10/21/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
10/21/2020

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
10/20/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

DC Health’s DC COVID Alert Notice (DC CAN) protects our community while protecting our privacy. If you have an iPhone, o...
10/20/2020

DC Health’s DC COVID Alert Notice (DC CAN) protects our community while protecting our privacy. If you have an iPhone, opt-in to Exposure Notifications in your device Settings. If you have an Android, download DC CAN from the Google Play Store. coronavirus.dc.gov/dccan

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
10/19/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site:
coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across...
10/19/2020

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across the District. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov/food

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stres...
10/18/2020

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stress, please talk to a mental health clinician. Call 1-888-793-4357. We are here for you.

10/18/2020

Feeling sick? Call your doctor, get a COVID-19 test, and stay home while you wait for your results.

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov �
10/17/2020

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov �

When around people outside of your household, you should wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean l...
10/17/2020

When around people outside of your household, you should wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean less risk of spreading or getting COVID-19!

#HappyWeekendDCFood waste drop off is open at all markets! Locations, times and COVID-19 safety procedures are in the fo...
10/17/2020
Food Waste Drop-Off | Residents | Zero Waste DC

#HappyWeekendDC

Food waste drop off is open at all markets!

Locations, times and COVID-19 safety procedures are in the following link; https://zerowaste.dc.gov/foodwastedropoff

District residents can now drop off food waste at designated farmers' markets in all eight District wards free of charge. The food waste will be taken to a local composting site where it will be turned into compost, an environmentally friendly-soil amendment.

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov �
10/16/2020

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask.

Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov �

Do you want to learn what flowers, stalks, seeds, and weeds you can cook with and add to your meals? Learn how to maximi...
10/14/2020

Do you want to learn what flowers, stalks, seeds, and weeds you can cook with and add to your meals? Learn how to maximize your home garden harvests with @DCDPR's Josh Singer. Sign Up Here: buff.ly/3bKJoXu

Do you have leftover food or things about to expire sitting in your fridge? Sign up for some virtual cooking office hour...
10/13/2020

Do you have leftover food or things about to expire sitting in your fridge? Sign up for some virtual cooking office hours with Caroline Howe, a food improviser, educator, and waste reduction enthusiast! Sign Up Here: buff.ly/2ZqUig5

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
10/13/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread.

Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Learn from local food recovery organizations, @mocofoodrescue, @PWFoodRescue, and @foodrescueUS' DC chapter on how their...
10/13/2020

Learn from local food recovery organizations, @mocofoodrescue, @PWFoodRescue, and @foodrescueUS' DC chapter on how their programs work, how they've adjusted during the pandemic, and talk about a range of ways to get involved. Register Here: buff.ly/2GFnqcW

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across...
10/12/2020

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across the District. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov/food

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
10/12/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Learn how you can preserve foods and why you should, to prevent food waste with @FoodRecoveryNetwork Executive Director ...
10/12/2020

Learn how you can preserve foods and why you should, to prevent food waste with @FoodRecoveryNetwork Executive Director Regina Anderson. Join us on Monday, October 12th, at 6:30 pm by signing up here: buff.ly/33kaFfy

#DMVFoodRecoveryWeek starts tomorrow! Check out this week of amazing free events presented by @dcfoodrecovery, @mannafoo...
10/11/2020

#DMVFoodRecoveryWeek starts tomorrow! Check out this week of amazing free events presented by @dcfoodrecovery, @mannafoodcenter, and @communityfoodrescue. Sign up now: dmvfoodrecoveryweek.org. Hope to see you there!

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
10/11/2020

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

Today is World Mental Health Day. Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you ne...
10/10/2020

Today is World Mental Health Day. Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stress, please talk to a mental health clinician.

Call 1-888-793-4357. We are here for you.

Having people over for the weekend? When around people outside of your household, you should still wear a mask and socia...
10/10/2020

Having people over for the weekend? When around people outside of your household, you should still wear a mask and social distance.

Next week, the student grocery distribution sites and free meals sites are closed on Monday, Oct. 12. Learn more: corona...
10/09/2020

Next week, the student grocery distribution sites and free meals sites are closed on Monday, Oct. 12. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov/food

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
10/08/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
10/07/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site: coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov
10/07/2020

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

10/06/2020
DC 311

Thank you DC for allowing DPW to continue to keep the District tidy and moving forward during these unprecedented times.

Remember #DPWorks4DC! Don’t hesitate to call 311 or head over to 311.dc.gov if your neighborhood needs services rendered.

Got Trash?We have FREE ways to properly and easily dispose of your waste! 🗑 Your big green trash can.☎  Call 311 and ask...
10/05/2020
Trash Collection | dpw

Got Trash?

We have FREE ways to properly and easily dispose of your waste!

🗑 Your big green trash can.

☎ Call 311 and ask for a pickup.

🚙 Take it to the Ft. Totten Transfer Station.

For more info; https://dpw.dc.gov/service/trash-collection

DPW collects trash once or twice per week or large, bulky items by appointment.

#DMVFoodRecoveryWeek starts in just one week! Sign up for these free events today so you don't miss out on how to create...
10/05/2020
Food Recovery Week 2020 – Feed More, Waste Less

#DMVFoodRecoveryWeek starts in just one week! Sign up for these free events today so you don't miss out on how to create tasty dishes while reducing food waste -- and more! Sign up here: dmvfoodrecoveryweek.org.

Feed More, Waste Less

Happy weekend DC! Food waste drop off is open! ��For more info and a list of what’s open; https://zerowaste.dc.gov/foodw...
10/03/2020
Food Waste Drop-Off | Residents | Zero Waste DC

Happy weekend DC! Food waste drop off is open! ��For more info and a list of what’s open; https://zerowaste.dc.gov/foodwastedropoff

District residents can now drop off food waste at designated farmers' markets in all eight District wards free of charge. The food waste will be taken to a local composting site where it will be turned into compost, an environmentally friendly-soil amendment.

10/02/2020
coronavirus.dc.gov

Ft Totten is OPEN!

Click the following link for information about the hours and residential services at Ft. Totten.

https://coronavirus.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/coronavirus/publication/attachments/DPW.pdf

Need information about sanitation services, parking enforcement, or any one of our many services? Head over to; https://...
10/02/2020
Services | dpw

Need information about sanitation services, parking enforcement, or any one of our many services?

Head over to; https://dpw.dc.gov/services

#DPWorks4DC

coronavirus.dc.gov Read Mayor Bowser’s Presentation on DC’s COVID-19 Situational Update: September 9. DC Entered Phase Two of Reopening on June 22. View the Guidance.

Address

2000 14th St NW
Washington D.C., DC
20009

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:00

Telephone

(202) 673-6833

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