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Diversity in the Community

Making A Difference

The Prince George's Planning Department is involved in our community in many ways:

  • Green Open House—To educate the community about sustainability and environmental awareness; schoolhouse pond cleanup.
  • Community Outreach—Coat Drives and Quarterly Food Drives to aid the less fortunate year round.
  • Partnerships with multicultural groups to strengthen relationships with diverse communities that foster mutual understanding and support.
  • Joint scholarship with the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) offered to a minority student in a planning-related field.
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  • Speakers Series

    The Prince George’s County Planning Department hosts a speaker series based on the six key topics generated from Envision Prince George's Town Meeting. All of the individual components of Envision work cohesively together to create a common goal.

    Location: County Administration Building, 4th Floor Board Room, 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

    For more information, contact:         

Zunilda Rodriguez, AICP, Planner Coordinator—Zunilda.Rodriguez@ppd.mncppc.org

Please also send any comments and inquiries to PGCspeakerseries@ppd.mncppc.org.

 PGTDDP Meeting  Pond Clean Up Planning Board Spring into the Park Christmas in April

  • Community Involvement Programs 

    Strengthen partnerships with diverse communities that foster mutual understanding and support. Enhance the provision of excellent customer service to our diverse customer base.

    • Charitable Fundraising and Contributions: Silent Auctions to benefit Local Food Banks and Habitat for Humanity; Participation in "Christmas in April."
    • Community Outreach: Information tables set up at several local community events (Maryland Day, Annual Heritage Day, Bowie Fest, and Marlborough Day) to educate the public about M-NCPPC programs, services, and resources.