Please Join Us — Register for the Adelphi Mill Stream and Trail Cleanup

en español


For the third consecutive year, the CSTCA will participate in the Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup, scheduled for Saturday April 5, 2014, from 9 to 11:00 am. The CSTCA again will partner with the Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS), with training augmented by the Alice Ferguson Foundation. Volunteers at last year’s event removed 312 tons (624,000 lbs) of trash from 633 sites in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.

CSTCA Past President Carol Hurwitch is once again spearheading CSTCA and local community participation by organizing the group that meets at Adelphi Mill. Please contact Ms. Hurwitch at if you are interested in participating or have questions.

Registration is now open for the event. To register, visit the AWS website at Click Register, and be sure to select Adelphi Mill in the Preferred Volunteer Location field. You can also visit this site to learn more about the Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS) and the cleanup!

En Español

Por tercer año consecutivo, el CSTCA participara en la limpia anual de la limpia del Rio Potomac, previsto para la mañana del Sábado, 5 de Abril, 2014, a las 9:00 hasta 11:00 am. Registración ya esta abierto para la limpia del Adelphi Mill riachuelo y camino cleanup: Visita tambien para aprender más acerca de AWS y la limpia!

La limpia será patrocinada por Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS) con entrenamiento de la Fundación Alice Ferguson y el año pasado removieron 312 toneladas (624,000 lbs) de basura de 633 lugares, reportes de Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC. La presidente pasada Carol Hurwitch esta una vez más organizando al CSTCA y la participación en la comunidad local organizando al grupo que se reúne en el Adelphi Mill. Contacta a Ms. Hurwitch a, si estas interesado en participar o tienes preguntas.

Snowstorm Information

Let’s hope we’ve seen the last of the snow for this season!! However, if we DO get more snow, here are a few things the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) would like you to know and do.

To assist snow removal crews, citizens and residents are requested to:

  • Move and keep vehicles off snow emergency routes
  • Park in driveways or other off-road locations wherever possible
  • Park only on the EVEN NUMBERED sides of roads and streets

Single-family homeowners, renters and business owners are responsible for removing snow and ice from sidewalks abutting their homes or businesses.

During a snow and ice event, residents and citizens are encouraged to wait 12 hours after the precipitation has stopped to call the Snow Information Center at 301.350.0500 or CountyClick 3-1-1 to report emergencies or concerns about roadway conditions.

To learn more, visit DPW&T’s Snow and Ice Control page.