Decisions taken for voting centers and government offices on January 4


PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, MD – Government offices in Prince George’s County remain closed Tuesday, as do Prince George’s County Health Department COVID-19 vaccination clinics at Prince George’s Community College and Public School of Prince George’s County will be closed, along with the county. test site at Bunker Hill Fire Station. All regular garbage and recycling collection services will also be postponed by one day until the end of the week.

Crews continue to work to clear more than 300 downed trees across the county. TheBus will operate from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. according to the Saturday timetable. Riders should expect delays due to road conditions. Dialysis patients should contact their provider directly for instructions. Prince George’s County Call-A-Bus will offer dialysis trips previously scheduled for Jan. 4.

The Southern Regional Technology & Recreation Complex polling center, located at 7007 Bock Rd., will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday for the County Council District 8 Special Election.

Ballot drop boxes will be available at the following locations:

  • Crossland High School, 6901 Temple Hill Road, Camp Springs, MD 20748
  • Southern Regional Technology and Recreation Complex, 7007 Bock Rd., Fort Washington, MD 20744
  • Temple Hills Community Center, 5300 Temple Hill Road, Temple Hills, MD 20748
  • Prince George’s County Board of Elections, 1100 Mercantile Lane, Suite 115A, Largo, MD 20774

The Prince George’s County Department of Permits, Inspections and Enforcement reminds residents and businesses – owners, tenants and managers – of residential and commercial properties with sidewalks adjacent to their properties that they are responsible for snow removal and de-icing sidewalks.

Failure to clear snow and ice may result in fines being imposed according to county code.
Prince George’s County Code Section 23-150 requires responsible parties to remove accumulated snow and ice from adjoining sidewalks within 48 hours of snowfall or accumulated ice to a depth of two inches or more. Persons who do not clear sidewalks adjacent to their property within 24 hours of the end of a major snowfall event will be issued a recall notice by a DPIE inspector. After another 24 hours, the DPIE inspector will carry out a second inspection. If people have not cleared their sidewalks within the designated 48 hours after a major snowfall event ends, the inspector will issue a ticket with a fine of $100 per day.

Additional citations may be issued for subsequent 24 hour periods until the accumulated snow and ice is cleared. Fines will continue to accumulate with each successive citation. If snow and ice are not removed in a timely manner, the county has the power to hire a contractor to clear it and add the costs to the fines.


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