Prince George's County Maryland Digest Bulletin
Community Connections: Special EditionMonday, February 28, 2022
New Crime Prevention Efforts and Youth Engagement Week Recap
Dear Prince Georgians,
Today, I held a press conference with our Office of Community Relations, our Police Department, Reverend Tony Lee of Community of Hope AME, and several community partners to announce new crime prevention efforts. As you know, jurisdictions across the country are seeing a rise in violent crime, especially among young people. Unfortunately in Prince George’s County, we haven’t seen an uptick in juvenile crime like this in decades.
I have an urgent plea for all of the parents raising their kids in our wonderful County. Please sit down with your children and have a real conversation. Ask them what’s going on, ask them what they need, ask them if they are scared or stressed out, and ask them why. We need to come together to better understand what is going on with the children of our community, and when we ask, we need to listen.
All of us want to reverse this troubling uptick we’ve seen in violence, but the government cannot simply flip a switch and make it happen. Together we need to fully understand what’s happening with our children, and that understanding needs to start at home.
While government cannot do it alone, we are taking every possible step forward to solve this issue, protect our residents, and protect our community. Today we announced 16 non-profits that have received grant funding from our Hope in Action Anti-Violence Project. These non-profits, known as the Hope Collective, will provide school-based and community wraparound services in areas where violent crime is an issue. Programming will include services such as diversion/re-entry, youth mentoring, after-school enrichment, and employment assistance.
We also announced the formation of our Violence Prevention Task Force, another key component of the Hope in Action Anti-Violence Project. The Violence Prevention Task Force, which consists of 20 community members, will help identify areas of need in the County and create a plan to aid in resource sharing between non-profits and stakeholders, while also developing short and long-term strategies to prevent violence. Additional details regarding membership of the Task Force and Hope Collective are further below.
PGPD Police Chief Malik Aziz also provided several updates on crime prevention efforts, to include strategies that specifically target violent crime, juvenile offenders, carjackings and stolen vehicles. Since January 2021, PGPD has removed over 1,600 weapons/guns off County streets through crime prevention initiatives.
Chief Aziz also announced new initiatives to support County youth. PGPD has launched the Youth Round Table Discussion program, which allows youth to engage in an open and honest conversation with law enforcement and community leaders. Youth are given a seat at the table to express the real concerns they have and offer solutions to law enforcement and County leadership.
PGPD has also formed a new partnership between the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington and the Police Athletic League, which will provide youth with more targeted programs and activities throughout the year. Programming will focus on several outcomes, to include good character, citizenship and healthy lifestyle choices.
If you didn’t see, last week we recognized Youth Engagement Week in Prince George’s County. Throughout the week, we highlighted some of the many ways the County is creating opportunities for young people to continue to grow and thrive.
To kick off Youth Engagement Week, we announced the official formation of the Prince George’s County Cabinet for Children and Youth. This Cabinet will work to address and respond to the issues facing the County’s children and youth ages 25 years and under. The formation of this Cabinet is yet another important investment we are making in our youth and will allow us to further address their needs in an impactful way while improving their quality of life.
We have also recently launched a Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) through our Office of Human Rights. This unique program helps to educate young people ages 12 to 22 on civil and human rights, as well as social justice issues. The YLA encourages young people to feel empowered and teaches them how they have the power to help make positive change. We are very excited about this program and the impact it will have on how future generations approach human rights issues.
Along with these exciting new initiatives, we also continue to provide opportunities to keep our youth engaged during the summer. Studies have shown that summer youth employment programs and summer recreation programs help keep our youth out of trouble. That is why we created and launched the Alsobrooks Summer Passport Experience last summer. The inaugural program included over 600 participants and provided programming in the areas of entrepreneurship, education, and entertainment.
In addition, the Office of Human Resources Management also continues to spearhead the Youth@Work/Summer Youth Enrichment Program (SYEP). This award-winning program provides job readiness training, career workshops, and entry-level employment for County youth ages 14 to 22. During the summer of 2021, more than 4,400 youth were offered employment opportunities through Youth@Work/SYEP, despite budget constraints due to COVID-19. Applications for this summer’s program open tomorrow, March 1, so we encourage you to learn more and apply here.
Taken together, Prince George’s County is offering our youth a great number of opportunities to engage, to learn, and to receive the support they need to thrive. Helping our young people thrive is a necessary step to stem the rise in violent crime, but it’s not the only one we need to take. We want to work together with parents to provide opportunity for our young people. Opportunity can be a guiding light, one that encourages each of us to walk a good path forward, and to lead a good life.
I want to thank all our community partners who have already joined us in our efforts to reduce violent crime. While we have plenty of work ahead, I know that Prince Georgians are strong and resilient, and we can overcome any challenge by working together.
Yours in service,
Prince George’s County Executive
Hope in Action Anti-Violence Project: The Hope Collective
The Hope Collective, a key component of the County’s Hope in Action Anti-Violence Project, is a group of 16 non-profits that have received funding to provide community and school-based wraparound services. The Hope Collective will work collaboratively with the new Violence Prevention Task Force to target wraparound services in areas where violence is an issue. The Hope Collective includes the following non-profits and programs:
- Centro de Apoyo Familiar (CAF): Grant supports the Community Transformation Program which provides essential services and resources related to food, housing, healthcare and jobs to minority and low-income communities.
- Community Advocates for Family & Youth (CAFY): Grant supports Mental Health for Violence Reduction campaign which combines community outreach, training, and public education with pro bono mental health services for uninsured and low-income victims.
- Community Ministry of Prince George’s County: Grant will help meet human service needs, reduce achievement gaps in education, and reduce health inequities in selected communities, targeting young people ages 10-24.
- DanceMakers, Inc.: Grant will provide STEAM-based instructional activities for youth, to include tutoring, homework support, and project-based enrichment and recreation that develop teamwork, leadership and academic skills.
- District Heights Youth Development Foundation: Grant will provide a continuum of services that include mental/behavioral health counseling and activities that support flourishing families from the expressive arts to college and career exploration.
- End Time Harvest Ministries: Grant will support ongoing workforce development program for middle and high school students, including summer internships.
- EVOLVE, Inc.: Grant will create PSAs targeting youth and focusing on anti-violence, mental health, stress management and self-care.
- Jacob’s Ladder, Inc.: Grant will support ongoing programs for youth, including Juvenile Reentry, Diversion, Academic Enrichment, Junior Workforce Academy, and TeenPreneur Workshops and Challenges.
- Latin American Youth Center: Grant will support ongoing programming to support youth with a successful transition into adulthood, with a focus on increasing academic achievement, youth protective factors and healthy behaviors.
- Lead4Life, Inc.: Grant will support re-entry services for youth involved with the criminal justice system to decease recidivism and youth transitioning into the adult criminal justice system.
- Maple Springs Community Services Corporation (MSCSC): Grant will help launch a Community Resource Center in Capitol Heights to help eligible community members find, train for, and obtain employment.
- Mission of Love Charities, Inc.: Grant will support the Workforce Development, Education and Job Training Program, which provides training in employable skills, computer skills, language skills, meeting planning, and courses leading to certifications.
- One Love Life Center (OLLC): Grant will provide mentoring, case management, therapeutic/counseling services, recovery supports, and workforce development training to distressed, transitional-aged youth who experience substance use and trauma-induced mental health challenges.
- People for Change Coalition: Grant will support the implementation of a summer career enrichment program (SCEP) for middle and high school students from at-risk communities in the County.
- The Training Source, Inc.: Grant will provide programming to youth ages 14-24 with barriers to success, including community supportive services, job training, job placement assistance and college and career readiness.
- World Arts Focus dba Joe’s Movement Emporium: Grant will support the CreateTEENS program which aims to address the mental health of teens by offering them a safe space to refine social skills, develop a creative mindset and gain the confidence that develops a better sense of self.
Violence Prevention Task Force
The Violence Prevention Task Force, a key component of the County’s Hope in Action Anti-Violence Project, will work to develop short and long-term strategies to prevent violence in our communities. The Task Force consists of 20 community members and its work includes: Identifying ways to break the cycle of violence for young people and planning community anti-violence events; identifying critical community needs and developing a comprehensive plan to aid in resource sharing between non-profits and stakeholders; and creating strategies for long-term violence reduction, identified via a Task Force report.
The 20 community members on the Task Force are:
• Jeanette Brandon
• Colton Campbell
• Crystal Carpenter
• Andrea Coleman
• Mayor Cashenna Cross
• Cathleen Rozanski-Cruz
• Delonta Davis
• Shannon Diane
• Jeffrey Hammond
• Jarriel Jordan, Sr.
• Lavon Lucas
• Alyson Moore
• Steven Nwamkpa
• Tosha O’Neal
• Lisa Price
• Julius Turner
• Eileen Sutton
• Noah Waters
• Kelly Woodall
• Charlena Young
Youth Engagement Week: Cabinet for Children and Youth
The Cabinet for Children and Youth will work to address and respond to the issues facing the County’s children and youth ages 25 years and under, to include the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the ultimate goal of improving outcomes for children and youth in the County. Cabinet members were selected through careful consideration by the Office of the County Executive to ensure that members reflect the diverse nature of the community, offer a wide range of perspectives, and can make decisions that will help improve the overall quality of life for County youth.
The Cabinet includes Prince Georgians from all walks of life, including individuals from County Government, Prince George’s County Public Schools, community and faith-based organizations, residents, community leaders, and, most importantly, youth. Learn more about the Cabinet in a video release here.
Youth@Work/Summer Youth Enrichment Program
The Youth@Work/Summer Youth Enrichment Program (SYEP) is an award-winning program through the Office of Human Resources Management that provides career readiness and summer employment opportunities to young people ages 14 to 22. Youth@Work/SYEP offers employment opportunities in Prince George’s County Government, Prince George’s County Public Schools, The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and over 250 non-profit and faith-based organizations, businesses, and municipalities.
In addition, the new Talent Pipeline Program was created to provide County residents ages 18 to 22 with internship opportunities in Prince George’s County Government with the goal of gaining full-time employment. Check out this video featuring Youth@Work/SYEP participants describing their experience with the program.
Youth@Work/SYEP will begin accepting applications for this summer's program starting tomorrow, March 1. For more information or to apply, visit the Youth@Work/SYEP website here.
Youth Leadership Academy
The Prince George’s County Office of Human Rights, in partnership with the Department of Family Services’ Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Division, have launched the Youth Leadership Academy (YLA). This new program helps educate young people ages 12 to 22 on civil and human rights, as well as social justice issues. The YLA trains young people to be influencers on civil and human rights issues to their peers. Check out this video featuring YLA participants describing their experience with the program. For more information, visit the YLA website here.
The Dispatch - February 202202/28/2022
• Spring 2022 Growing Green with Pride
• Historic Landmark
• "Lives Shatter on Impact" Testimonial Wall
• RideSmart Commuter Solutions
Spring 2022 Growing Green with Pride
The Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) is winding down operations for the winter season. Thank you for your partnerships during inclement weather and we look forward to a continued partnership during the upcoming Spring Season. The County is celebrating “Preserve and Beautify our Environment” week April 18 through April 23, 2022. As part of the celebration, there will be activities on Earth Day, April 22, 2022 and we are delighted to invite you to participate in our Spring 2022 “Growing Green with Pride Day” community cleanup event. Please see the Spring 2022 Growing Green with Pride 2022 fillable application below.
8507 Central Avenue in Capitol Heights, MD
Designated Historic Site
Listed on the National Register of Historic Place
Did You Know?
Ridgeley School was constructed in 1927 for the education of African American children. It was built on two acres of land provided to the Prince George's County Board of Education by Mary Eliza Ridgley, an African American Woman. The Julius Rosenwald School Construction Program helped to fund the construction of Ridgeley Rosenwald School and more than 5,000 schools built for African American children in 15 southern states from 1912 to 1932. A multiagency workgroup in Prince George's County planned for the rehabilitation and adaptive use of Ridgeley School, between 2004 and 2009.
DPW&T wants to hear from you! Share with us your moment in history.
Take a brief survey and https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/G6V2TXL. Enter a raffle for a chance to win a membership to Capital Bikeshare, a bicycle helmet, reflective safety vest, and a Vision Zero Prince George’s backpack.
"Lives Shatter on Impact" Testimonial Wall
The Street Smart “Lives Shatter on Impact” Testimonial Wall exhibit was on exhibit at Prince George’s Community College main campus on February 14-16, 2022. During the three days, we reached over 200 people—including college students, college staff, high school students, and parents. We shared information about the Vision Zero Prince George’s strategy, encouraged everyone to take the Vision Zero Safety Pledge, and distributed safety giveaways, including postcards, activity and coloring books, and drawstring bags with reflective strips, among other items. More than 180 people took the Vision Zero Safety Pledge, and over 40 of these people dedicated their pledge to someone – “Who are you taking the pledge for today?”.
We would like to give a special “thank you” to Prince George’s Community College Chief of Police, Lawrence Ames, who saw the value of this important traffic safety messaging and was committed to bringing this exhibit to the Prince George’s Community College community. We also want to acknowledge the support from the Maryland Highway Safety Office and Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. Visit the Vision Zero Prince George’s website and make the pledge. https://visionzero-princegeorges.hub.arcgis.com/
RideSmart Commuter Solutions
A Reminder from RideSmart About Commuter Tax Benefits
In case you missed it, the federal limits for pre-tax and/or subsidized commuter benefits (transit, vanpool, and qualified parking) increased to $280 per month for 2022! That’s $280 for transit/vanpool and $280 for qualified parking. Also, with the Maryland Commuter Tax Credit, businesses can save even more when they reduce their employees’ commuting costs. We’re not tax advisors, but we can help you build a commuter benefits program for that benefits your organization and your employees. Contact the RideSmart team to get started at 301-883-5656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take the Vision Zero Prince George's Safety Pledge
Upcoming Event: Spring Community Partners' Virtual Meeting - April 6, 2022
Prince George's County Department of Public Works and Transportation
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Largo, Maryland 20774
Tuesday Tip: Foster Pet Love / Amor por Mascotas Adoptadas Temporalmente03/01/2022
Stay up-to-date with the latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) development in the county by visiting health.mypgc.us/coronavirus or call the hotline at 301-883-6627.
Manténgase informado de los últimos acontecimientos del Coronavirus (COVID-19) en el condado visitando health.mypgc.us/coronavirus o llame a la línea directa al 301-883-6627.
Agendas & Minutes Update03/01/2022
March 22, 2022 Board of License Commissioners Preliminary Matters
March 2, 2022 Board of License Commissioners Administrative Voting Session
For more information, please visit Meetings Calendar.
County Executive Angela Alsobrooks: Community Connections
Celebrating Women's History Month
Dear Prince Georgians:
Yesterday officially marked the start of Women’s History Month. The United States has celebrated Women’s History Month during the month of March since 1987 to honor the extraordinary achievements of women, and to promote the many contributions women have made to grow and strengthen our County and nation.
This year’s national theme for Women’s History Month is “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” which serves as both a tribute to the ceaseless work of caregivers and frontline workers during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and also a recognition of the thousands of ways that women of all cultures have provided both healing and hope throughout history.
Women’s History Month serves as a time for us to reflect on the contributions of women to our society. Women have been advocates and leaders for many generations, and we encourage Prince Georgians to take this opportunity to recognize and honor women in our own communities. We are Prince George’s Proud that our County has so many women working and leading in various ways, including in our County Government, and we want to honor all those who have made a positive impact on our lives and in our communities.
Throughout this month, Prince George’s County will celebrate Women’s History Month through a number of events, programs, and activities that honor trailblazing women in our past and present. We encourage you to stay tuned for more information on future events, including our Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon, where we will recognize women in County Government and the community who are making the County an even better place to live, work and play. We will also have a new initiative this year to honor women who have served our community and nation, and we look forward to sharing details about that later this month.
However you choose to celebrate Women’s History Month, let’s all remember to recognize and thank the outstanding women in our lives and our communities.
Yours in service,
Prince George’s County Executive
Agendas & Minutes Update03/02/2022
March 2, 2022 Board of License Commissioners Administrative Voting Session
For more information, please visit Meetings Calendar.
New Affordable Housing for Seniors Underway...CDBG Spotlights SEED03/03/2022 - March 2022
New Affordable Housing for Seniors Underway
Prince George’s County is committed to preserving housing affordability and we are working hard to diversify the County’s housing stock. As County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has said, “We do not get to have quality economic development without affordable housing.” Our key economic development goals for growing jobs and the commercial tax base must be anchored by infrastructure that serves a range of household incomes, especially around transit-oriented development opportunities. Prince George’s County is growing, and it is important to make the right choices now. Some of these choices include housing that is affordable for seniors.
Our seniors are an essential part of the fabric of Prince George’s County and developing housing that is affordable will allow them to remain in the County and in their communities. By utilizing HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) funds, the Housing Investment Trust Fund and Payment in Lieu of Taxes programs, the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is offering seniors access to much-needed affordable housing.
“We are delighted to present these new and wonderful apartment communities for County seniors,” said Aspasia Xypolia, Director of the Prince George’s County Department of Housing and Community Development. “We continue to work closely with residents, community-based organizations, and housing advocacy groups to identify the right balance of programs and opportunities to deliver upon our housing goals and to turn these shared visions into realities for our community.”
DHCD is highlighting three (3) senior housing communities currently in development: Homes at Oxon Hill, The Residences at Springbrook in Clinton, and The Lewis, in Suitland.
Here’s a brief profile on each property:
The Lewis is a new construction senior property consisting of 137 mixed income units, with 133 affordable and 4 market-rate units. This senior community is being developed by Mission First Housing Development Corporation and the L.A. Bolden Company. It will open this month and is currently accepting lease applications.
The Lewis is located in the new Towne Square at Suitland Federal Center next to the Suitland Metro Center. DHCD contributed $1.5 million in HOME funds and a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) was approved by the County to make the rents affordable.
The Lewis will offer residents one and two bedroom units, some with a washer/dryer in the unit. Amenities include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a fitness center, yoga studio, on-site laundry facilities, a roof-top garden, community rooms and more. Call The Lewis Leasing Office at (240) 312-5252 to apply.
Homes at Oxon Hill
Homes at Oxon Hill recently broke ground for a new construction senior apartment community with 163 mixed income units. There will be 147 affordable units and 16 at market rate. The development team for this project includes Homes for America, the Housing Authority of Prince George’s County, and the Foundation Development Group. DHCD provided $1.5 million in HOME funds and the County approved a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) to ensure affordable housing.
This five-story building will be located at 1313 Southern Avenue in Oxon Hill, next to the Southern Avenue Metro Station and across the street from United Medical Center Hospital. The complex will include 3,000 square feet of commercial retail space on the entrance level. The projected completion date is June 2023.
The Residences at Springbrook
The Residences at Springbrook is a new construction, planned senior apartment community with all 90 residences being affordable units. Housing Initiative Partnership (HIP), Parallax Development Group, LLC and Bank of America Community Development Corporation make up the development team for this senior community. DHCD provided $3 million in HOME Funds and the County approved a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) to make this senior rental complex affordable.
Located at 8230 Schultz Road in Clinton, the apartment building will include a large multi-purpose community room with a kitchenette, a party room, and a fitness room. There will be common areas and laundry rooms on the second, third, and fourth floors. The Residences at Springbrook is slated to be completed in August 2023.
CDBG Spotlight on SEED
The Sowing Empowerment & Economic Development, Inc. (SEED) is a sub-recipient of the Community Development Block Grant-COVID (CDBG-CV) funding. SEED provides an emergency food distribution center for low to moderate-income areas, responding to those impacted by COVID-19.
Prince George’s County was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the assistance of CDBG -CV funding, SEED scaled up and stepped in to address food insecurity at a critical time.
SEED has been at the forefront of providing emergency services to the community for nearly 20 years. In the last 12 months of the pandemic, SEED served more than 45,000 individuals from 12,000 households through community collaborations and joint partnerships. SEED distributed 300,000 pounds of emergency food, 240,000 pounds of fresh produce, 72,000 hot meals, and provided 2,800 summer meals to children in Riverdale.
SEED also serves as a food hub to 9 additional food pantries in Councilmanic Districts 1 through 4 in Prince George's County.
DHCD is shining the spotlight on the great work and community partnership SEED provides the residents of Prince George’s County
9200 Basil Court, Suite 500
Largo, Maryland 20774
The DoE Sprout03/03/2022
Curbside Bulky Trash Services
Learn about the faster and improved curbside bulky trash collection for Prince George's County! mypgc.us/clearthecurb
Residents with County-provided services can place UP TO 2 standard bulky items at the curb, next to your trash cart, for collection on their regular trash day. Appointments for white goods/appliances and scrap tires are still required via PGC311.
Check out this quick and informational video on the new curbside collection of standard bulky items below or visit youtu.be/9xNnNM3f2Rg.
Residents within municipalities will continue to follow their municipal guidelines and residents who only pay for bulky trash services will continue to schedule pickups through PGC311.
Before placing your mattress and box spring at the curb for bulky trash collection, remember it MUST be in a protective plastic covering / encasement. Remodeling and construction debris are not accepted. This includes bricks, concrete, lumber, plaster, drywall, and other materials.
To view a list of acceptable items, visit mypgc.us/clearthecurb.
Servicios de Basura Voluminosa en la Acera
¡Conozca más acerca del mejorado y más rápido servicio de recolección de basura voluminosa del Condado de Prince George!
Residentes que reciben servicios de recolección proveídos por el condado pueden colocar HASTA 2 artículos regulares de basura voluminosa en la acera para recolección durante su día de recolección de residuos. Citas aún son requeridas para recolección de electrodomésticos grandes y llantas para desecho a través de PGC311.
Los residentes que viven dentro de municipalidades continuaran siguiendo las pautas de sus municipios y los residentes que solo pagan por servicios de basura voluminosa continuaran programando citas para recolección mediante PGC311.
Antes de colocar su colchón y somier en la acera para recolección de basura voluminosa, recuerde que este DEBE ser cubierto por un plástico/revestimiento protector. Escombros de remodelación y construcción no son aceptados. Esto incluye ladrillos, concreto, madera, yeso, paneles de yeso y otros materiales.
Para ver una lista de materiales aceptables, visite mypgc.us/clearthecurb.
Apply for 2022 Beautification Awards
Do you know what the County tree, shrub, herb, or flower is?
The Prince George’s County Beautification Committee was established in 1960. It was essential in declaring the Willow Oak as the County tree, the Glenn Dale Azalea as the County shrub, Bee Balm as the County herb, and the Daffodil as the County flower.
In addition to their Arbor Day Celebration, the Committee honors residents and landscape professionals who help beautify and preserve land throughout Prince George's.
Does your property have a quirky art display made out of glass? Have you planted native trees, shrubs, or flowers? Are you proud of the hard work you've put into your yard and garden? Then apply to have your efforts recognized in County beautification!
Submit your application online via email or through direct mail by the May 1st, 2022 deadline. Learn more and download the application at www.pgcbeautification.com.
Grab Your Bay-Wise Certification
Fun fact: As a Beautification Award applicant, your property could also meet the requirements to be Bay-Wise certified!
The University of Maryland Extension Bay-Wise Program and the Prince George's County Beautification Committee share the same goal to educate individuals to care for their lawns, gardens, and properties. The Bay-Wise program goes a step further in ensuring that the property reduces runoff, builds healthy soil, creates native wildlife habitats and helps protect local waterways and the Chesapeake Bay.
These sustainable practices not only provide a healthy landscape, but can save you time and money. Learn more about the Bay-Wise program by contacting the local Prince George's County Master Gardener program or visit extension.umd.edu/baywise.
Native plants aren’t just easier to care for – gardening with them is great for local wildlife, rainwater management, air quality, and more. Learn more at bit.ly/3sdvvKe.
Las plantas nativas no solo son más fáciles de cuidar, sino que sembrarlas también es excelente para la vida silvestre local, el manejo del agua de lluvia, la calidad del aire y más. Conozca más en bit.ly/3sdvvKe.
Apply for Free Spay and Neuter Services
Our Animal Services Division is offering qualifying residents of Prince George’s County the opportunity to receive FREE spay and neuter services. Spaying and neutering will help your pet live a healthier and longer life and “Keeps the Litter Away.”
For more information about the program and find out if you qualify, contact the Animal Services Facility and Adoption Center at 301-780-7200 or visit www.princegeorgespets4us.com.
Aplique para los Servicios Gratuitos de Esterilización y Castración
Nuestra División de Servicios de Animales está ofreciendo a residentes calificados del Condado de Prince George la oportunidad de recibir servicios de Esterilización y Castración GRATUITOS. La esterilización y castración le permitirá a su mascota vivir una vida más larga y saludable y “Mantiene a las Camadas Alejadas.”
Para más información sobre este programa y para saber si usted califica, contacte al Centro de Servicios y Adopción de Animal al 301-780-7200 o visite www.princegeorgespets4us.com.
Animal Services Foster Orientation Sessions
Join the Fosters of Prince George's County Animal Services Facebook Group to see how you can help save an animal's life and register for the next virtual Foster Orientation!
Volunteer foster parents provide short-term care for pets outside of the shelter, which allows their true personalities to shine and help them find their fur-ever home!
If you are interested, please reach out to our foster coordinator Marilyn Perez at 301-780-7202 or email@example.com or contact the Adoption Staff at 301-780-7201.