Tree & Landscape Maintenance
There are several 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.
NOTICE: Planned tree pruning for electric line clearance may still be happening in your area.
PEPCO is planning tree work in the City to maintain clearance around their power distribution lines to maintain service reliability. Contractors will develop a scope of work for City trees and for trees on private property. No tree work will begin until after the planned work is agreed upon by the City, private tree owners and PEPCO. If trees on your private property will be impacted, you will be contacted by the planner. For further information, please contact Brenda Alexander at 240-487-3590 or email@example.com
Plantings throughout the City
The City Horticulturist and her crew plant and maintain flower beds at various locations throughout the City, including City buildings and recreational facilities, City entrance signs, community entrances, roadway medians and rights-of-way. These seasonal plantings have earned the City designation as "Tree City USA" and "Plant City". Ongoing services and coordination is also provided to the Committee for a Better Environment (CBE), the Tree & Landscape Board, and the Veterans Memorial Committee.
Parks and Playgrounds
The following is a listing of the parks and playgrounds maintained by the City of College Park:
- Calvert Hills playground and athletic field, 4601 Calvert Road
- Crystal Springs playground, 37th Avenue
- Davis playground, Iroquois Street
- Duvall playground and athletic field, Rhode Island Avenue
- Hollywood playground, Hollywood Road and 48th Place
- Muskogee playground, Muskogee Street and Narragansett Parkway
- Old Town playground, Columbia Avenue
- The Mews playground, Catawba Road
- James Adams Park, Berwyn House Road
- Veterans Memorial, Route 1 and Greenbelt Road
Call the City Horticulturist at 240-487-3590 for maintenance requests for these parks and playgrounds.All other parks and playgrounds are owned and maintained by Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission (M-NCPPC). Call 301-627-9400 for maintenance questions.
The Alice Kennington Memorial Tree Fund is a unique program of the City of College Park. The goal of the Fund is to increase the urban forest and enhance the beauty of the City. The Memorial Tree Fund receives charitable gifts from donors, which may be used for Municipal tree planting. It is named in honor of Ms. Alice Kennington, a long-time resident of College Park, who lived in a historic home on College Avenue.