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

  • Wanted: Police Officer
    Click on link in headline for more information.
  • The New Maryland Mortgage Program — “Triple Play Initiative”
    NEWS ALERT! The initiative, which was launched last month, will help an estimated 500 families purchase the home of their dreams in Prince George’s County through the Maryland Mortgage Program by providing $10,000 downpayment and closing cost assistance, plus an additional $10,000 for homebuyers purchasing in Upper Marlboro. Click on the link in the headline to read more . . .
  • “Landings” newsletter—December 2014
    Open Link to read the Town’s newsletter for December 2014.
  • Board Work Session—December 23
    Our next monthly Board of Commissioners Work Session will be held on Tuesday, December 23 at the Town Hall starting at 9:15 a.m. The meeting agenda consists of current business items up for Board discussion. The meeting is open to the public, and time is allotted at the end of the agenda for visitors wanting to participate.
  • US 301 Resurfacing Project
    To improve roadway drainage, the State Highway Administration (SHA) is starting a $3.3 million safety and resurfacing project along on a 2.4-mile section of US 301 (Robert Crain Highway) in Upper Marlboro. The project involves replacing existing inlets and curb and gutter, manhole and storm drain pipe work and slope stabilization to prevent roadway erosion between Old Crain Highway near the CSX railroad crossing to just south of MD 4 (Pennsylvania Avenue). Other improvements include replacement of roadside and median guardrail, resurfacing of all traffic lanes and new pavement markings. More than 33,000 vehicles travel this section of US 301 each day. Crews will perform road patching, slope stabilization and drainage grate repairs and replacements. Crews are permitted to close lanes between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. In spring 2015, crews will also be permitted to work between 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., Sunday through Thursday nights for road resurfacing activities. SHA awarded the contract to Francis O. Day, Co., Inc. of Rockville. The entire project should be complete by late fall 2015, weather permitting.
  • New Ordinance Introduced
    The Board of Town Commissioners introduced a ordinance at their December 9 Town Hall Meeting making Pratt Street a one-way street eastbound from Main Street to Judges Drive. In order to allow time to install the correct signage and street markings, the start of the one-way will be on April 6, 2015. Click on the link in headline to view the DRAFT ordinance.
  • November 2014—Town Meeting minutes
    Click on the link to read the approved minutes from the November 2014 Town Meeting.
  • Holiday Recycle Pick-up Schedule
    Normally, the Town’s recycling service picks up every Thursday. Below, are the schedule adjustments made due to this year’s observed holidays . . . (click on the link in the headline to see the adjusted recycling pick-up schedule for the 2014-15 Holiday Season)
  • October 2014—Town Meeting minutes
    Click on the link to read the approved minutes from the October 2014 Town Meeting.
  • “Landings” newsletter—November 2014
    Open Link to read the Town’s newsletter for November 2014.