New Trash and Recycling Collection Schedules


Hi Neighbors,

I was a little confused about the new recycling program.  I thought our trash, recycle and yard waste would be picked up on Monday, May 2nd.  NOT SO.  Please left click on the link below to find out the new schedules for our neighborhood.

An online address lookup tool where residents can input their current address to obtain their new service days.

Trash and recycle will be picked up on Friday.

Yard waste will be picked up on Monday.

Please feel free to contact the County with any additional questions.

Bev Ward


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County Starts New Trash and Recycling Collection Schedule May 2, 2016

For immediate release: 
4/27/2016 12:00:00 AM

For more information, contact: 
Linda Lowe, Public Information Officer, Department of the Environment/301-883-5952



Yard trimmings collections move to Monday; residents to receive FREE 64-gallon wheeled toter


LARGO, MD  Starting May 2, 2016, residential curbside trash and recycling pickups in Prince George’s County will move to a same day, once-a-week Tuesday through Friday schedule, providing resident’s with one trip to the curb. This change affects residents receiving County-contracted trash and recycling services only. Countywide yard trimmings pickups will also be affected moving to Monday from its current schedule of Wednesday.
According to an internal study, County officials have found fewer residents utilize twice-a-week garbage collection since the County introduced its recycling program in the 1990s. “County residents are using their blue recycling containers more and trashing less,” says Department of the Environment Director Adam Ortiz. “So, it’s good policy to make the switch now that residents are doing their part in helping the County reach its zero waste goals,” says Ortiz.

The new service schedule will not result in a rate reduction, but rather address a deficit in the County’s Solid Waste Fund which provides critical services; such as code reinforcement, litter pickup and blight removal throughout the County.

In announcing the change, the County has provided the following documentation to more than 160,000 residents receiving County-contracted waste collection services:

  • Direct mail correspondence advising residents of the change effective May 2, 2016;
  • Two sets of door hangers providing residents of their new collection service day in(English) and (Spanish);
  • An online address lookup tool where residents can input their current address to obtain their new service days; and
  • A dedicated program website, with detailed information regarding the impending service changes.

All residents receiving County-contracted trash and recycling collection services will receive one, wheeled 64-gallon toter/cart at no additional cost. Delivery of the toter/carts will begin June 2016 and is expected to last through the end of the year.  Click here to view more information about the container.

For more information, including specifics about the service change, a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions FAQs, the online address lookup tool, visit or contact CountyClick 3-1-1.

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2016 Summer Youth Job Announcement

From: Ron Weiss <>
Date: Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 12:04 PM
Subject: 2016 Summer Youth job announcement

SALARY: $8.25 – $10.00 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 02/22/16
CLOSING DATE: 03/25/16

The Prince George’s County Government in collaboration with Prince George’s Community College (PGCC), Prince George’s County Public Schools, The Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce, and The Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable are currently seeking enthusiastic and dedicated students to participate in the County’s 2016 Youth@Work/Summer Youth Enrichment Program (Youth@Work/SYEP).
Prince George’s County Government offers a six-week, entry-level experience focusing on the introduction to public service for Prince George’s County youth, which provides enriching and constructive work activities throughout various departments/agencies, local municipalities, and nonprofit organizations.
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Cybersecurity and Cybersecurity Workshop

Hello Parents/Guardians,

We will be hosting a Saturday Workshop, “Cybersecurity and Cybersafety Workshop for Students Grades 4-5”, on Saturday, April 16, 2016. This is an event for boys and girls presently in the 4th and 5th grade, and will be held at the UMD College Park Campus. At this event, we will use hands-on games and activities to teach various concepts in cybersecurity and computer science, such as encryption, privacy, and programming languages.

For more information AND the online application, please visit our site:

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about our programs!

Jessica N. Harrington
Graduate Assistant for Education
Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2)
3400 A.V. Williams Building