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The Mayor and Council of the Town of Capitol Heights are committed to sharing the most up to date and accurate information possible. As we face an uncertain future, the leadership of the town will continue to share as much information as we have available with our wonderful residents.
Work Session Meetings will be held 1st & 3rd Monday’s & Public Session Meetings will be held 2nd & 4th Monday’s @ 7:00PM
In an effort to continue to manage the business of the Town, our Mayor and Council Public and Work Sessions will be held via teleconference. The call-in number is (425) 436-6383 when prompted please enter Access Code: 813608.
All emergency and critical services will continue The Capitol Heights Police Department (CHPD) is made of essential personnel, and they will be visible and available with proper equipment and techniques
DoE Waste Collections
DoE Dropoff Centers
DoE Animal Facility 1
DoE Animal Facility 2
The 3 pop up food banks were a huge success. They are looking to continue and increase this as they served 600 families in 35 minutes and exhausted all resources. Clearly further services are needed and they are working to address the need. Human Services is responsible for coordinating these activities
Meal Sites English Revised 3-18-20 (PDF)
Meal Sites Spanish Revised 3-18-20 (PDF)
Grab & Go has been a huge success as well. 2,620 students were served today county-wide. An attempt to expand the program further is being explored and expected to be announced tomorrow with implementation beginning on Thursday. Currently the closest sites are:
Students are encouraged to continue all online learning and complete all assignments.
All schools and school buses are being sanitized to minimize the spread on germs.
For the safety of the staff and the community, most of the employees of the Town are on telework. The Town Hall Remains Closed to the Public, but the office remains open for business until further notice. Likewise, the Capitol Heights Police Department will operate on its normal schedule, but with reduced services. Please call (301) 420-2444 for further information on the police services.
Please refer to our website at www.capitolheightsmd.gov for the most current information on Town and County Operations. The Town phone number is (301) 336-0626.
Until further notice, the Town Call-A-Bus will continue to operate for seniors in Capitol Heights. The Mayor and Council recognize how important it is to support this at-risk population, and we will continue to observe stringent cleaning and sanitation practices.
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Employ Prince George’s, the Greater Washington Community Foundation, and Partners, have launched the Prince George’s County COVID-19 Hourly Employee Relief Fund. This fund provides $200 cash cards to Prince George’s County residents who were recently laid off due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
COVID-19_Hourly Employee Relief Fund_English (PDF)
COVID-19 Hourly Employee Relief Fund_Spanish (PDF)
Prince George’s County Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement (DPIE) is closed to public. All online services are operational. A drop box is provided for residents who have electronic challenges. Only outside inspections (commercial, etc.) are being executed. All internal inspections are being deferred. Inspectors are encouraged to stay in the field and avoid office contact.
Prince George’s County Social Services is open but with limited access. Online services are available and highly encouraged
Prince George’s County Circuit Court is closed to public. Some cases are still being held. Do not report to jury duty if you are ill. There is a drop box for the Commissioner.
PLEASE CONTINUE TO STAY SAFE AND STAY IN AS MUCH ISOLATION AS YOU CAN!
COVID-19 CARES Act Fact Sheet English (PDF)
COVID-19 CARES Act Fact Sheet Spanish (PDF)
COVID-19 Hotline Flyer English (PDF)
COVID-19 Hotline Flyer Spanish (PDF)
COVID-19 Prince George’s County Factsheet - Spanish (PDF)
COVID-19 Prince George’s County Factsheet English (PDF)
COVID-19 Prince George’s County Senior Factsheet English (PDF)
COVID-19 Prince George’s County Senior Factsheet Spanish (PDF)
COVID-19 Social Distancing English (PDF)
COVID-19 Social Distancing Spanish (PDF)
C OVID19 Symptoms (PDFV
Employ Prince George’s Open for Business (PDF)
Employ Prince George’s Unemployment FAQ (PDF)
Face Mask English (PDF)
Face Mask Spanish (PDF)
Help Older Relatives English (PDF)
Help Older Relatives Spanish (PDF)
Infographic CDC Protects 508 (PDF)
Keeping Workplaces, Homes, Schools, or Commercial Establishments Safe (PDF)
Latino TeleTown Hall English updated 4-6-20 (PDF)
Latino TeleTown Hall Spanish updated 3-27-20 (PDF)
Maryland Department of Health COVID-19 FAQs
Prince George’s County Healthier-State-Of-Mind_English (PDF)
Prince George’s County Healthier-State-Of-Mind_Spanish (PDF)
PGPD Crime Reporting English (PDF)
PGPD Crime Reporting Spanish (PDF)
Sick with 2019 nCoV CDC Factsheet (PDF)
Stop the Spread of Germs (PDF)