Events and Announcements
Cashier Window Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
College Park Residential Back Yard Compost Bin Program -- SOLD OUT
Currently all backyard compost bins have been sold out but are anticipated to be back in stock in early summer. Residents can request to be added to a pre-order list by emailing email@example.com.
For a limited time, residents can purchase a backyard compost bin from the City for $20.00!
It's A Great Time To Plant Trees On Your Property
Beginning in 2017, City of College Park property owners can apply for reimbursement of up to $150.00 annually for trees planted on their residential lot in College Park. Click here for the Tree Canopy Enhancement Program (TCEP) Application and Guidelines. The completed application should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for review and approval.
There are several other programs available to residents to provide funding for tree planting on private property. Now is a good time to begin planning for the spring planting season! Click on the links below for more information and to get started. Click here to learn more about the Prince George's County Rain Check Rebate Program and click here for an application.
Call 240-487-3590 or email email@example.com to schedule a special pick up for woody clippings, brush and logs. Brush must be bundled and tied with twine or rope, and be less than 5 feet long and weigh less than 75 lbs.You may also use paper yard waste bags or a reusable container.*
*Yard waste stickers are available for free at any City facility.
City Services at Davis Hall
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. to better serve the residents of College Park.
The following services will now be provided:
Plastic Bags Are Not Allowed in Blue Recycling Cart
Please do not put any plastic bags in the blue recycling cart. If plastic bags are found in the blue cart, it will not be collected. All plastic bags/film need to be removed from the cart, then it will be emptied on your next collection day. Residents should place approved recyclables loose in the blue cart.
Prince George’s County does NOT accept plastic bags in any form at the Materials Recovery Facility where the City’s singlestream recycling is taken. These bags jam the sorting machines causing the entire facility to shut down, and it increases maintenance costs. Plastic bags/film can still be recycled by taking them to a local grocery store. MOMs Organic Market, Shoppers, and Giant all have receptacles at the front of the store for these items; as well as Target, Best Buy and Ikea.
Click here to see a video from Chicago showing you why you shouldn't put plastic bags in with your recycling.
Plastic bags/film include: retail bags, plastic wrapping on food, plastic sandwich bags, dry-cleaning bags, newspaper bags, and shrink wrap (e.g. around toilet paper and bottled water). For more information on what kind of plastic bags and film should be recycled at the grocery store, visit: http://www.plasticfilmrecycling.org/.
Compost & Wood Mulch
The following is a list of materials sold for pickup at the Public Works yard:
- SMARTLEAF® compost: Available
- Wood Mulch: Available
If you would like to receive availability notifications about our compost and wood mulch products, please sign up with College Park Connected. Choose "SMARTLEAF compost and wood mulch" right above the Sign Up button.
Please visit the SMARTLEAF® Compost & Wood Mulch page for more information.
|Robert T. Stumpff, Director of Public Worksfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brenda Alexander, Assistant Director, Public Works
|Robert Marsili, Assistant Director, Public Works
Operations & Facilities
|Steven E. Halpern, City Engineeremail@example.com|
|Carolanne Linder, Safety Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Janet McCaslin, Recycling/Sustainability Coordinatoremail@example.com|