Comprehensive Community Cleanup Program

The Department of the Environment (DoE) Comprehensive Community Cleanup Program is designed to revitalize, enhance and help maintain unincorporated areas of the County.  During the spring and fall seasons, DoE works with organized civic and homeowners associations to provide a concentrated focus of County cleanup and maintenance services to a community over a two-week period.

If your community is scheduled for a cleanup, you will receive a flyer from your civic or homeowner association or there will be information in your local newsletter. 


Community Names 

Dates of Cleanups

Largo (Phase 1)

09/18/23 – 09/28/23

Largo (Phase 2)

09/25/23 – 10/05/23

Largo (Phase 3)

10/02/23 – 10/12/23

Marlboro Meadows (Phase 1)         

10/10/23 – 10/19/23*

Marlboro Meadows (Phase 2)        

10/16/23 – 10/26/23

* = holiday schedule

The services that will be performed by DoE, Department of Permitting Inspections and Enforcement (DPIE), and the Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) during your two-week scheduled cleanup are as follows:

Tagging of abandoned vehiclesMonday - Week 1DoE
Removal of abandoned vehiclesAnytime after 48 hours from taggingDoE
Bulky trash collection (includes large household items not normally collected by the regular trash contractor such as furniture, refrigerators, washing machines, hot water heaters, and other similar items) Tuesday - Week 2DoE
Storm drain water quality testing Wednesday - Week 2DoE
Housing Code/Zoning Ordinance violation surveyThursday - Week 2DPIE
Roadside litter collectionDuring the two -week periodDPW&T
Tree trimming surveyDuring the two -week periodDPW&T
Storm drainage maintenanceDuring the two -week periodDPW&T

More details about this program can be found on the Program fact sheet

For more information on the Comprehensive Community Cleanup, contact your civic or homeowners association or call PGC311.