Category: Senior citizens

College Park Creates Aging in Place Task Force

At last night’s meeting, the Council created an aging-in-place task force, to explore ways that the City can help senior residents to remain in their own homes in our community as they age. The Task Force is proposed to consist of 8 residents and two Councilmembers, as well as outside experts. Here are various tasks […]

Wednesday April 9th, 2014 in Senior citizens | 2 Comments »

Group Offers Free Home Repair Help to Seniors

Prince George’s county residents who can not repair their homes due to age, disability and financial hardship can now get free help from a project called “Christmas in April”. The project is only limited to minor repairs to existing roofs. It cannot make structural repair or undertake projects that cannot be completed in one day. […]

Wednesday August 21st, 2013 in County, Senior citizens | No Comments »

Two Senior Events this Week

College Park Recreation Board will sponsor two College Park Senior Summer events this week. There will be food, beverages, and entertainment. These events are only targeted for College Park Residents 55+ Wednesday, June 26, 2013 Attick Towers 9104 Rhode Island Avenue Time: Noon -1:30 p.m. Registration before 3:00 p.m., Tuesday, 25 June is required Please […]

Tuesday June 25th, 2013 in Senior citizens | No Comments »

Council Discusses Aging in Place for College Park’s Seniors

In last Tuesday’s worksession, the Council discussed the possibility of creating a Senior Advisory Committee, to review the services that the City provides for seniors and recommend additional activities and services that the City could provide for its senior citizens. The mission of the Committee is to advocate for and assist the City Council in […]

Thursday March 7th, 2013 in City Council, Senior citizens | No Comments »

Survey Finds Attick Tower Seniors Unhappy with Safety, Management

In tomorrow’s woksession, the Council will discuss the College Park 2012 survey that the City conducted among the seniors living at Attick Tower. The senior home is located at the corner of Rhode Island avenue and Greenbelt Road. Total number of units in Attick Towers is 108. Staff distributed one survey per unit/household in each […]

Tuesday January 1st, 2013 in Senior citizens | 2 Comments »

Seniors at Spellman House Largely Unhappy – Survey Finds

In tomorrow’s woksession, the Council will discuss the College Park 2012 survey that the City conducted among the seniors living at Attick Towers and Spellman House at the end of May. Total number of units in Attick Towers is 108 and 141 in Spellman House. Staff distributed one survey per unit/household in each building. This […]

Monday December 3rd, 2012 in Senior citizens | No Comments »

Senior Services in College Park

Recently I came across the wide variety of services offered for seniors in Prince George’s County and particularly by the City of College Park. 1.) Seniors (60+) Ride Prince George’s County Buses FREE Seniors (60+) and disabled customers can now ride TheBus FREE-of-charge during normal operational hours from 6 AM – 7 PM, Monday – […]

Thursday July 19th, 2012 in Senior citizens | No Comments »

Traffic Issue Dominates Cafritz Discussion

The Cafritz development attorney Chip Reed came over to the council to update the development plan their proposed development plan. Though the 36 acre development is in the City of Riverdale Park, but because of its close proximity to College Park, its development has caused enormous interest among City residents and officials. One of the […]

Thursday November 17th, 2011 in Senior citizens, Sunnyside | No Comments »

Fun Bowling Event for City’s Senior Citizens

The College Park recreation board will hold a bowling event at the AMF College Park Lanes next Saturday (May 21) for City’s senior citizens. The event will run from 9am in the morning to 12pm. AMF College Park Lanes are located at (Bowling Alley / next to Pizza Hut)  9021 Baltimore Ave (phone 301-474-8282) Tickets will only […]

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Sunday May 15th, 2011 in Announcements, Senior citizens | 1 Comment »