Frequently Asked Questions/New to the Community?
New Residents Resources
Welcome to the Town of Edmonston! This town is a friendly community with about 1500 residents, we are located 2.5 miles away from Washington, D.C. We compiled a list of resources to help you settle in here.
Resources for Seniors
The Prince Georges County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) assists older adults, individuals with disabilities and family members with navigating long-term care services and support system.
The ADRC also provides information, assistance, referrals, and options counseling to empower people to make informed decisions about accessing public and private programs that enhance their quality of life.
Click here to download and access the 2023 Senior Resource Guide
News and Events
Stay up to date on the latest news and events happening
(Metro and Bus Stations & Routes)
Nearby Bus Stops:
Kenilworth Ave + Decatur ST
Edmonston RD + Decatur ST
- WMATA (Metro and Metrobus)
Public Works/Trash Collection Information
Public Area Maintenance and Snow Removal
Contact Public Works Department
Call (301) 699-8806
Residential Trash Pick-Up
Residential trash pickup is contracted to Bates Refuse Removal (see details below*)
|Yard waste||Trash collection||Bulk trash||Recycling|
Bulk Trash Pickup
- MUST be scheduled by phone.
Call Bates Refuse Removal on a Tuesday at 301-773-2069 to schedule a Wednesday bulk trash pick-up.
Not sure what is considered yard waste? Click Here – https://edmonstonmd.gov/departments-services/public-works/
Now, more than ever, it’s important to be mindful of your in-home water usage. See ways to conserve water in your home and yard. Click here to view the WSSC water conservation tips.
Community Contact Numbers – https://edmonstonmd.gov/contact/community-contact-numbers/
Business Directory – https://edmonstonmd.gov/about-edmonston/business-directory/
Things to Do
- Visit the Go Kart Track for family friendly fun.
- Take a visit to Eco City Farms, the first farm in edmonston that became the base of programs and projects. They grow fruits and vegetable all year long in an ecofriendly way.
- Take a walk, ride your bike or jog down the Anacostia River trails.
For more things to do click on the link below
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