City of Glenarden, MD

Community Happenings: Glenarden PD Awards, Glenarden Day OPEN MIC AUDITIONS, Back to School Bash & Transitional Aged Youth "18-24" Mega Fest,  COVID-19 Economic Recovery Quarterly Job and Resource Fair, Franchot Announces Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week

Monkeypox Virtual Town Hall Discussion 

Dear Prince Georgians,

With confirmed cases of Monkeypox continuing to rise in the United States and in Maryland, we are working to ensure that our residents receive the most up-to-date information and have access to appropriate services and resources. In response to this recent global outbreak, our County Health Department is hosting a Monkeypox Virtual Townhall on Wednesday, August 10, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Monkeypox Town Hall 8-10

This virtual townhall discussion will feature a panel of our top health experts who will provide important information about Monkeypox including prevention, testing, treatment, and vaccination. Residents will also have the opportunity to ask questions and get answers from our health experts.

We are strongly encouraging all Prince Georgians to tune in to this important discussion to learn more about Monkeypox. To register for the virtual townhall discussion, click here: Register Today

Glenarden Police Department Awards Ceremony

Join us as we recognize our police officers on Wednesday, August 10, 2022 at 6:00PM. View live here

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Carjacking Offenses

Carjacking Offenses

Glenarden Day Talent Search: OPEN MIC AUDITIONS!

Want to showcase your talent? Then come join us August 20th and 21st  for the Glenarden Day Talent Search: OPEN MIC AUDITIONS from 12PM – 4PM. LOCATION: Glenarden City Hall – Lower Level

Call for Appointment - Glenarden Residents Only

  • No Obscene Lyrics or Gestures
  • All Acts Must Provide Clean Material
  • Auditions Limited to 5 Minutes

To make your appointment contact Victoria Lewis at (301) 322-1473

Back to School Bask & Transitional Aged Youth "18-24" Mega Fest

Back to School Bash Flyer (PDF)

You're invited to help us Celebrate Good Times by welcoming back our community youth, in a
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Food and Icecream, 
Vendors of all sorts, 
Fun games,
FREE groceries,
Live band and life skills coach on-site!

Ages 18-24 Do you want/need a job it's all going to be available on site. Dreaming of serving with a union...again, it's All on-site ...

Backpacks, school supplies, music and so much more...see you there!


Community Back To School Events

8-14 BTS Backpack Giveaway

8-20 BTS Fun Day

8-20 BTS Supplies Giveaway

8-21 BTS Block Party

COVID-19 Economic Recovery Quarterly Job and Resource Fair

If you’re looking to work for local Prince George’s County businesses, come to the Covid-19 Economic Recovery Job & Resource Fair.

Over 100 companies and programs will be in attendance and ready to meet you. Put your best foot forward and prepare to start your new career!

Register today to get one step closer to your future career.

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10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Prince George's Community College
Dr. Charlene M/ Dukes Student Center
301 Largo Road
Largo, MD 20774

Franchot Announces Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week is August 14-20
No state sales tax assessed on clothing, shoes under $100, and the first $40 of backpacks

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (August 1, 2022) - Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week returns August 14-20 and Comptroller Peter Franchot wants consumers to take advantage of big discounts that provide a much-needed sales boost for retailers.

“August’s temperatures are sizzling, and so are the savings during Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week,” Comptroller Franchot said. “Whether you’re looking to freshen up your wardrobe for the cooler months ahead or need to get your kids the latest styles for the new school year, this end-of-summer tradition is a great time to shop, save and support Maryland businesses.”

During the week, any single qualifying article of clothing or footwear priced $100 or less – regardless of how many items are purchased in the same transaction – will be exempt from the state's six percent sales tax. The first $40 of any backpack purchase is also tax free.

Visit the Comptroller’s website for a list of tax-exempt itemsfrequently asked questions, and valuable facts for shoppers and merchants. The Comptroller’s social media pages will promote the special savings week, showcasing local retailers and encouraging shoppers to take advantage of the promotion.

Sports and Arts Palooza

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The Sports and Art Palooza is almost here! Get your teens ready for an amazing sporting event mixed with a little entertainment. 

August 12, 2022
6-10 pm