A mere glance at the diversity of Prince George's County confirms our role as a cultural and economic leader of tomorrow. Located in the heart of the Baltimore/Washington corridor, the County borders Washington D.C. and is just 37 miles south of the city of Baltimore.
Agendas & Minutes
Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.
Alert Prince George's
Official county emergency notification system. Subscribers have the option of selecting the types of messages to receive and how they are received.
Council Meeting Videos
Archived and live video streaming of County Council, District Council and committee meetings
Prince George's County was formed from land in Calvert and Charles Counties by an act of the General Assembly on St. George's Day, April 23, 1696. The County was named for Prince George of Denmark, husband of Princess Anne, heir to the throne of England.
Know when the county offices will be closed in observance of holidays.
How Government Works
The Charter of Prince George's County provides for a Council/Executive form of government; therefore, the County is composed of the Executive and Legislative branches.
View various news updates from the County Executive and county departments.
Public Information Requests
Maryland’s Public Information Act grants the public the right of access to records that are in the possession of State and local governmental agencies without unnecessary cost and delay.