Anacostia River Sediment Project Community Meeting #4
Join us for a special presentation on the ARSP as we reiterate Mayor Muriel Bowser's commitment to a fishable and swimmable Anacostia River.
About this Event
Please join the Department of Energy and Environment for a Community Meeting about the Anacostia River Sediment Project. You will also have the opportunity to make comments on the Proposed Plan and other supporting documents.
The event will feature a presentation on the project with a particular focus on the proposed remedial actions to occur in the Washington Channel. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions about the project.
This meeting is the fourth in a series of four public meetings to engage residents and stakeholders in the ARSP process.
You are invited to comment on the study of pollutants in the river sediment and potential risks associated with them.
DOEE will be accepting comments from the public on these documents through March 2, 2020. To submit comments, you can:
- Attend this event and leave a comment form with program staff
- Fill out the online comment form: bit.ly/ARSP_PP_Comment
- Fill out a downloadable comment form (bit.ly/ARSP_CommentsForm) and email it to [email protected]/">[email protected]
- Mail or hand-deliver your comments to the Department of Energy and Environment, Gretchen Mikeska, 1200 First Street NE, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20002.
The Wharf Dockmaster Building at 101 District Square SW is accessible by Metro (L'Enfant Plaza, Orange / Blue / Silver / Green / Yellow lines with a free metro shuttle and Waterfront Metro, Green Line) Metro Bus lines (52, 74, P6, V1, W9 ), bicycle and car. Limited street parking is available as well as garage parking onsite. [Learn more about your options] [Plan your trip]