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What if the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers were clean enough for activities like fishing and swimming? Numerous initiatives are underway to reclaim our rivers. Come to a public meeting near you.
What if the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers were clean enough for activities like fishing and swimming? The DDOE has numerous initiatives underway to reclaim our rivers for recreation and enjoyment. Come to a public meeting near you and find out about DDOE projects and programs to improve water quality in the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. We'll also share information programs and incentives for residents. Find out how you can be involved!
OPEN HOUSE: 6:30-8:30PM
For more information, contact Jonathan Champion, Branch Chief - Planning and Reporting, Stormwater Management Division
District Department of the Environment
Phone: (202) 535-1722
- Meeting materials attached below
|Reclaiming Our Rivers Presentation||2.94 MB|
|Fish and Wildlife||333.69 KB|
|Trash Reduction||319.47 KB|
|BagBill, FoamBan, & CoalTar||347.27 KB|
|Sediment Investigation||359.34 KB|
|Sustainable DC||440.92 KB|
|Stormwater Management||419.07 KB|
|TMDL Plan||460.18 KB|
|TMDL Plan Executive Summary||1.69 MB|
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