Welcome

This is the official website for the Town of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, the County Seat of Prince George’s County. We are located to the east of Washington D.C., near the crossroads of Rt. 301 and Pennsylvania Ave (Rt. 4). Learn more about Upper Marlboro…


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Local News & Announcements

  • New Upper Marlboro Celebration!
    Click on the link in the headline to read the Gazette article by Daniel Leaderman / Staff writer . . .
  • UPPER MARLBORO PHOTO CONTEST
    Do you have an old photograph taken in Upper Marlboro before 1945? If you do, then it might be worth some money to you if it is selected for the Upper Marlboro Photo Contest. Click on the link in the headline for more information & contest rules..
  • “Landings” newsletter — March 2015
    Open Link to read the Town’s newsletter for March 2015.
  • February 2015—Town Meeting minutes
    Click on the links to read the approved minutes from the February 10 & 24 Town Meetings.
  • 90 Years or Better?
    The Department of Parks & Recreation needs your help identifying Prince George’s County residents ages 90 & older (as of January 1, 2015) to invite them to a special Centenarian Celebration being held in May. Special recognition will be given to centenarians – residents who are 100 years old and older. Please send in the information no later than February 27, 2015 . . . (click on headline for more information and to view the flyer).
  • PBS Seeks PGC Residents for Documentary
    Ark Media is seeking African American families from Prince George’s County, Maryland for a story about the Black Middle Class, as part of a four-hour PBS documentary series. Click on link in headline for more information . . .
  • FY15 Budget Ordinance Amendment approved
    On February 24, 2015, the Board of Town Commissioners approved Ordinance 2015-01 Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Amendment, to properly include funds received through a State grant. The ordinance becomes effective March 16, 2015. Click on link in headline for more information . . .
  • “Landings” newsletter — February 2015
    Open Link to read the Town’s newsletter for February 2015.
  • Emergency Ordinance passed
    At their monthly Town Meeting on February 10, 2015, the Board of Town Commissioners passed an Emergency Ordinance . . . click on link in headline to read Ordinance 2015-02.
  • January 2015 — Town Meeting minutes
    Click on the link to read the approved minutes from the January 13 Town Meeting.