PGCMA

Prince George's County Municipal Association

A Message From The President


The last two years have brought us unprecedented challenges. The Covid-19 pandemic has been unlike anything we have ever experienced, causing many of our businesses to close and many of our residents to lose their jobs. It has forced us to rethink the ways that we engage with our residents, limiting our ability to engage in person and forcing us to explore new ways to connect.

The last two years have also challenged the way that many of our communities think about racial justice and equity. As a diverse county, and one of the nation’s leading majority African American communities, we know we play a unique role in shaping how local communities engage with issues of race and equity.

Throughout this time, the Prince George’s County Municipal Association has been, and will continue to be, a place for municipal leaders to gather, share ideas, collaborate, and advocate for our residents. We are the voice of the 27 county municipalities in Upper Marlboro and in Annapolis. We are a sounding board for ideas and experimentation, and a conduit for collaboration and partnership.

As we turn the corner on this pandemic and finally begin to resume in-person meetings, PGCMA will continue to play a critical role.

In solidarity,

Patrick L. Wojahn

President

Prince George’s County Municipal Association


Next Monthly Meeting

Thursday, May 19

7 PM

Prince George's Community College Culinary Arts Center Banquet Hall
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The meeting includes a roundtable on mental health for our communities.

Make Plans Now to Join us for the PGCMA Annual Breakfast

What's New In Our Cities and Towns

Celebrating the 53rd Annual Professional Municipal Clerks Week

We celebrate the 53rd Annual Professional Municipal Clerks Week, May 1-7. Kudos to all Professional Municipal Clerks across our county for their exemplary service and contributions to our cities.

Maryland’s highest court on Tuesday moved the state’s gubernatorial primary elections to July 19, a three-week delay, to allow time to resolve a legal challenge to recently redrawn legislative districts.

Don’t spend time scheduling a pickup anymore. Put out up to 2 bulky items next to your trash can and they will be picked up on your regular collection days.

The College Park City Council unanimously passed an emergency amended ordinance authorizing the purchase of 4704 Calvert Road and 7307 Rhode Island Ave. for $1.7 million.

Prince George’s Co. debuts PGC311 app for residents

Prince George’s County has a new app that provides a new way to bring things like downed trees and potholes to the county government’s attention.

Prince George’s County, Maryland, will let its COVID-19 emergency declaration expire on Wednesday evening.

The 27 Cities & Towns of Prince George's County

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