Growing Green With Pride – Fall 2020

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Prince George’s County will host a Countywide community clean up program entitled "Growing Green With Pride." This event supports our Beautification Initiative to make our community cleaner by conducting individual community litter collection events, which demonstrates our shared commitment to keeping our communities appealing and attractive. Community organizations and groups are encouraged to participate.

Message from the County Executive

Angela D. Alsobrooks

Dear Prince Georgians:

Fall is here and I am delighted to invite you to participate in our Fall 2020 “Growing Green with Pride” community cleanup event.

Please join me throughout the month of October for a county-wide effort as we safely clean our communities. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and out of an abundance of caution, we will not plant trees, shrubs and flowers as we have traditionally done in the past. However, communities are invited to help us keep Prince George’s County clean and beautiful by picking up roadside litter and removing illegally dumped materials.

In order to keep our communities clean and aesthetically appealing, we must all work together and do our part. If your community or organization would like to join our efforts by participating in the Fall 2020 Growing Green with Pride month-long community cleanup event, I encourage you to please complete the registration form. When completing the application, please provide all of the pertinent information requested, including the name and mailing address of your community or organization’s primary contact, the expected number of volunteers, and the area and street name(s) of where your community will be cleaning.

Thank you for your continued support as we work together to make the Fall 2020 “Growing Green with Pride” community event a huge success for Prince George’s County. Together, we will ensure that Prince George’s County remains the Crown Jewel of Maryland.            

Yours in Service,  

Angela Alsobrooks
Prince George’s County Executive