Department of Environmental Resources
The Prince George's County's Department of Environmental Resources is responsible for county permits, enforcing property maintenance, and ensuring that communities are free of litter and abandoned vehicles.
- Community Services Division Homeowners Guide to Permits This booklet has been prepared to provide preliminary information and instructions regarding a number of common home improvement projects. The enclosed guidelines will enable homeowners and their contractors to understand the permit process and how it applies to theirspecific project.
The Community Services Division (CSD) works to improve the quality of life for all Prince Georgians by providing citizens and businesses with enforcement services that keep every community in the County clean and safe.
- County Contacts
Frequently asked questions regarding property maintenance
Department of Public Works & Transportation The Prince George's County's Department of Public Works & Transportation (DPW&T) is responsible for a range of road, transit, and public maintenance responsibilities for the county. For more information about the services of DPW&T, visit their web site for frequently asked questions . The services include:
- Capital Improvement Roadway Projects
- Concrete and Pavement Repairs - Spot Locations
- Drainage Issues
- Leaf Collection
- Litter Pick-Up/Illegal Dumping Along County Roadways, Motor Services, Street Trimming and Removal
- Signs, Signals and Markings
- Snow and Ice Control
- Speed Humps/Traffic Circles, Traffic Management (NTMP)
- Street Lights