County Councilwoman Deni Taveras announced there would be a massive “Litter Blitz” happening on two particular days in April in which PG County will be coming through to do a one-time litter clean-up along the “arterial roads”…or as she re-phrased “any road with a number” – so in Mount Rainier, that would be Rte 1 (Rhode Island Ave) and Rte 500 (Queens Chapel Road).
Press Release: Prince George’s County Partners with the State Highway Administration for a Countywide Litter Blitz
Contact: Paulette Jones, Public Information Officer, Department of Public Works and Transportation,
LARGO, MD – The Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) will partner with the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) on Monday, March 16, 2015 for the Kick Off of the Countywide Litter Blitz. The Litter Blitz will focus on removing litter and illegal signs from the primary and state roadways.
“DPW&T looks forward to working with SHA in this concentrated effort to remove litter from our roadways,” said DPW&T Director Darrell Mobley. “The Litter Blitz is just the beginning of what will be a concerted, sustained effort to ensure that roads throughout Prince George’s County are clean, attractive and litter-free.”
Motorists are advised to stay alert and be aware of trucks and crews working on the roadways. Remember to stay safe and slow down as you approach a work zone.
To report litter on the roadways or illegal signs, please call CountyClick at 311 from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Monday – Friday or submit your information online at www.countyclick311.com.