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County Agrees to Remove Two Red Light Cameras On Edgewood Road

Good news! Prince George’s County has agreed to remove the red light cameras on Edgewood Road in the near future. As you know, the City and the County have been discussing the installation of the red light cameras and why the cameras were installed without the City’s authorization. What we found was that a miscommunication […]

Tuesday August 15th, 2017 in Announcements, County | No Comments »

City Exploring Abatement Laws to Address Neighborhood Nuisance

A few months ago I asked staff to explore ways to address recurring nuisances that we often see in the neighborhood. Accordingly, staff invited Ms. Michelle D. Lyons, representing the Prince George’s County Nuisance Abatement Board to next week’s Council Worksession. She will describe the Board’s function and respond to any questions Mayor and City […]

Saturday June 3rd, 2017 in County | No Comments »

What You need to Know About Red Light Traffic Cameras

Some of you have probably noticed red light cameras in the area. These cameras are installed by the County’s red light camera enforcement division to enforce red light traffic violations. The County has installed a number of them around the county. There is one on northbound Rhode Island Avenue, at Edgewood Road (photo below), another […]

Tuesday May 23rd, 2017 in County | 2 Comments »

County’s First Whole Foods Store to Open Tomorrow in Riverdale Park

After more than six years of wait and planning, construction and delays., Prince George County’s first Whole Foods Market will open tomorrow (Wednesday). The store will bring 170 new jobs to the county and will also give Route 1 corridor a high-end grocer where they can buy natural and organic products. The new Whole Foods […]

Tuesday April 11th, 2017 in County, Development | No Comments »

Water Quality Project on Rhode Island Avenue

In 2010 the EPA established defined limits on the amount of pollutants that can enter tidal rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. In July 2012, House Bill 987 became effective mandating all jurisdictions and municipalities in Maryland to participate in Stormwater Restoration Programs (SWRP). On September 25, 2012 the City agreed to participate with Prince George’s […]

Wednesday February 8th, 2017 in County | No Comments »

County Budget Listening Sessions

The session in the northern part of the county is Tuesday February 7th 7:00 p.m. at Laurel Senior High. County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III invites residents and businesses to attend a public meeting on Tuesday, January 31st, 7:00 p.m. at Oxon Hill High School, 6701 Leyte Drive in Oxon Hill, MD. This is the […]

Tuesday January 31st, 2017 in Budget, County | No Comments »

Helpful Mobile Apps from Your Local Governments

Explore these apps and resources from your county, state, country and utilities. Mobile Prince George’s App This is the official mobile app for Prince George’s County. The app provides a connection between Prince George’s County and its citizens and visitors. Stay connected to County Government news and events–this app will put calendar information, facilities and […]

Saturday January 28th, 2017 in County | No Comments »

Enrollment open for coverage under the Affordable Care Act

SIGN UP BY DEC. 17 FOR COVERAGE IN JANUARY. Maryland Health Connection is the state’s official health insurance marketplace where you can compare and enroll in health insurance, and access financial help to make coverage more affordable. Learn more. Call: 1-855-642-8572 (TTY: 1-855-642-8573) If you are calling to apply, change your plan or report a change, please […]

Saturday November 26th, 2016 in Announcements, County, Health | No Comments »

County Declares 2016 Warming Center Locations

As winter approaching us, County’s Office of Emergency Management in collaboration with the Prince George’s County Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission has declared the following local warming centers. The County is encouraging residents without heat, who and are in need of relief from the cold temperatures, to utilize one of the. Residents are encouraged to call […]

Thursday November 24th, 2016 in County | No Comments »

Polystyrene Ban Goes in Effect in Prince George’s County

Prince George’s County Council has finally banned the certain use of polystyrene in the food industry. Last year County Councilwoman Mary Lehman introduced and passed CB 5-2015, legislation prohibiting the use and sale of certain expanded polystyrene food service products and loose fill packaging effective July 2016. These containers are not easily recycled, do not […]

Monday July 18th, 2016 in Business, County | No Comments »

UMD’s Medical Systems to Acquire, Modernize Laurel Hospital

Tomorrow, the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) is expected to make an announcement about its commitment to acquire Laurel Hospital and work closely with the community to design a modernization plan which will improve access to world class health care in our area. Last year, the hospital announced that, after serving Prince George’s County since […]

Sunday July 17th, 2016 in County, Healthcare | No Comments »

County Council to Hear Proposed New At-Large Council Seats

Tomorrow, Monday, July 11th at 7:00 p.m. at the County Administration Building, Council Hearing Room, First Floor (14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772) the Prince George’s County Council will hold a public hearing on two proposed Charter Amendments, which includes adding TWO AT-Large County Council seats (CB-40-2016). In addition, the Council will […]

Sunday July 10th, 2016 in County | No Comments »

County Hosts 23rd Annual “Be Kind to Animals” Poster Contest and Awards Ceremony

Prince George’s County’s Department of the Environment (DoE) Animal Management Division (AMD) announced the winning entries of the 23rd annual “Be Kind to Animals” Poster Contest during a special awards ceremony held at the Animal Services Facility in Upper Marlboro. More than 2,200 entries were submitted into the 2016 contest. Of those, 22 creative posters, […]

Monday May 30th, 2016 in County | No Comments »

Anti-Littering Legislation Becomes Law

Prince George’s County Council Bill 70-2015, legislation doubling the fine for litter to $1000 per violation, has become law. Council Member Mel Franklin (D) – District 9, lead proposer of the legislation, says CB-70 sends a strong message that there is zero tolerance for litter or poor property standards in our county. “Litter and the […]

Thursday January 7th, 2016 in County | 1 Comment »

Council Approves Legislation Offering Tax Relief for Renters

The Washington Post is reporting that the Prince George’s County Council has unanimously approved legislation establishing a Renters’ Property Tax Relief Supplement for low-income residents. The law will allow qualified renters to receive financial assistance from the county. To qualify, residents must apply for the state’s Renters’ Tax Credit program, which is open to renters […]

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