DPW, SFMTA and Port team up with Giants in cleanup effort 

With the Giants home opener looming, the Department of Public Works and other city agencies have announced plans to team up with the baseball club in cleanup efforts near AT&T Park.

A week of community service cleaning is slated to kick off at 1 p.m. next Monday at Willie Mays Plaza. The Giants and DPW are looking for volunteers in the cleanup efforts, and the first 100 people who show up Monday will receive special team memorabilia. After that cleanup, volunteers are invited to watch the Giants’ season opener against Houston on the team’s scoreboard at AT&T Park.

From Monday through Friday, crews from DPW, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and the Port of San Francisco will embark on an extensive cleaning session near the ballpark. Those efforts will include graffiti removal, litter pickup, tree basin maintenance, sidewalk steam cleaning and code enforcement.

The Giants open the 2010 season with their first three games on the road before their first home game at AT&T Park on Friday against the Atlanta Braves.


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