The Town is moving forward with repaving & improving Elm Street. Pepco will be relocating several of its poles along Elm Street this Saturday Jan 21 to allow for the widening of the street to two 10ft lanes when warmer weather allows for paving. Residents and visitors are encouraged to use alternate routes into Downtown Saturday as this utility work may impact traffic on Elm Street. Stay tuned for more updates…

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Elm Street facing Rt 725

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Pepco is moving two of its poles back several feet at no cost to the Town to allow for road widening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elm St GE Plan Sheet 1

Elm Street Project Plans (Click to enlarge)

Click on the below images to read the approved meeting minutes from December’s Regular Town Meeting . . .

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Minutes Page 1 (Click to enlarge)

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The Board of Town Commissioners will hold their next Work Session meeting on Tuesday, January 24 2017 at 9:15 a.m. at the Town Hall: 14211 School Lane, Upper Marlboro MD 20772.
Open to public attendance, however comment may be limited. Click below agenda to expand it:

1.24.2017 WS Agenda

Town Meeting Notification

The Town Offices will be closed on Monday January 16, 2017 in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Day.

Residential Trash will be collected on Monday as usual, however Residential Bulk Trash & Yard Waste will be collected on Tuesday January 17 instead.

Town Offices will re-open on Tuesday January 17, 2017 at 9am.

Click on the link below to open the  January 2017 issue of the Landings newsletter . . .

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The Board of Town Commissioners will hold a Regular Town Meeting on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, 14211 School Lane, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.

The meeting is open to the public, and time is allotted for public comment.

See meeting agenda below:

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Town Meeting Notification

dpwtThe County’s Department of Public Works & Transportation made a decision to remove the Water Street bus stop, located across from the 7-11 convenience store. As of Monday, January 23, 2017, this bus stop will longer be active for boarding and drop offs for “The Bus” passengers. The Bus passengers can still access transit services on Judges Drive at the Courthouse Circle and on Elm Street near Governor Oden Bowie Drive. Yesterday, DPW&T posted public notices at the Water Street bus stop to provide their patrons with sufficient notification about the change. By Friday, January 20th, the bus shelter will be removed and the bus stop sign will be removed from the Water Street bus stop. In the meantime, DPW&T will continue to work with the SHA and the M—NCPPC on their pedestrian improvement projects on Water Street, including moving the Water Street crosswalk further down towards Judges Drive.4513266381_350396b420_o

The Town of Upper Marlboro Police Department took delivery of it’s newest patrol unit last week, a marked 2016 Ford Police Interceptor.  This unit has been assigned to Police Sgt. Washington, with his former cruiser becoming the Department’s spare unit and the 2009 Impala Cruiser being converted to a Town Administration/Code vehicle.

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The Town Offices will be Closed on Monday January 2, 2017 and reopen on Tuesday January 3, 2017 at 9am for the New Year’s Holiday.  Residential Trash, Bulk Trash, and Yard Waste will be collected on Tuesday January 3rd, 2017 instead of Monday.

Please contact the Town Offices at 301-627-6905 with any questions or concerns.picture2

The Town of Upper Marlboro Board of Commissioners & Staff wish everyone a safe and happy holidays!

The Town of Upper Marlboro is pleased to announce that we have been awarded $50,000 by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s Community Legacy Program this year. The Town has been working with M-NCPPC Community Planning Division to revitalize the downtown area though facade improvements, pedestrian safety improvements, and several other projects and these funds will enable us to continue this program.

“The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development announced the fiscal year 2017 statewide awardees of its neighborhood Community Legacy revitalization grant programs, . The department will award $3.2 million in Strategic Demolition Fund awards for 15 projects in 12 counties and $3.47 million in Community Legacy awards for 49 projects in 18 counties.”

Awardee:                     Town of Upper Marlboro1391494_726879707339716_251454221_n

Amount:                       $50,000

Project:                         Façade Improvement Program

Description:                 Continue to implement a Façade Improvement Program for the Central Business District.

For the Official News Release Click Here

Businesses interested in the Downtown Upper Marlboro Facade Improvement are encouraged to contact the Town’s Sustainable Communities Workgroup Chair Steven Sonnett at scworkgroup@uppermarlboromd.gov

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