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The Supplier Development and Diversity Division (SDDD) conducts free monthly workshops / trainings throughout the County. SDDD also maintains a Calendar of Events where you will find valuable information related to conferences, workshops and seminars. We invite you to visit our
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These changes must be submitted in writing; mail your changes to:
Housing Authority of Prince George's County9200 Basil CourtIntake UnitLargo MD, 20774
A new public service has a poor chance of being funded. Only 15% of the County's CDBG funds can go to public services. For a new project to be funded, an existing project has to give up funding. This is not likely to happen.
Yes. The Office of The County Executive will only review CPG applications requesting no more than $100,000 to support the development and implementation of proposed projects
Any organization, institution or association incorporated as a private, non-profit organization designated under 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code that provides services or activities in Prince George’s County and can supply sufficient documentation their organization is currently in “good standing” from the State where the organization was incorporated i.e., the State of Maryland, District of Columbia or the Commonwealth of Virginia is eligible to apply.
Non-profit organizations interested in applying for a Community Partnership Grant must access the program guidelines, application and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
Completed applications and required documents may be hand-delivered Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you choose to mail your documents, all items must be postmarked by Friday, October 20, 2017.
All items should be delivered to the address listed below:
County Administration BuildingOffice of Management and Budget, Suite 3000Attention: Grants Manager14741 Governor Oden Bowie DriveUpper Marlboro, MD 20772
No. Changes have been made to the overall grant application from previous years. Additionally, incorrect applications are determined to be non-responsive and will not be reviewed. Accessing the link to the application on the County’s website is the best way to ensure that you are completing the correct application for the current fiscal year. From the website you can access the application under the County Executive’s page by visiting Community Partnership Grants.
Yes. The deadline is 5:00 p.m. Friday, October 20, 2017. All submissions will be date and time-stamped by Office of Management and Budget (OMB) personnel upon receipt. No applications or supporting documentation will be accepted after the deadline. Furthermore, application and supporting documents postmarked after the application deadline will not be reviewed and will not be returned to applicants.
Not at this time. Grant awards are for one-year only. An organization may reapply each year.
We will accept one proposal per organization. In the event an organization submits more than one proposal, we reserve the right to select the application with the earliest date and time stamp.
No. Only one request per proposal and only one proposal per organization should be submitted.
General questions concerning the grant application and required submission documents should be directed to the Office of Management and Budget Grants Unit at 301-952-3300. Other questions related to your non-profit program and/or services you provide should be directed to 301-952-3755.
No. Only completed applications will be accepted.
No. The Executive Branch’s discretionary grant process (CPG) differs from the Legislative Branch application process with each branch of government having its own application and documentation requirements. Applicants seeking funding from the County Council (Legislative Branch) in the form of a Special Appropriation Grant (SAG) or a Non-Departmental Designated grant, should contact Mr. Gary Sabel, County Council Grant Coordinator for additional information and guidance. Mr. Sabel may be reached at 301-952-5839.
Yes. Organizations that have this arrangement will have to submit the following items at the time of application for full consideration:
Yes. The Office of the County Executive has made approximately $1.6 million in funding available to eligible non-profits through the FY 2018 CPG. Maximum award amounts will not exceed $100,000.
Organizations serving TNI areas or seeking to serve TNI areas are encouraged to apply. Up to 20 additional points will be awarded to organizations that clearly demonstrate how they are actively serving the selected TNI area.
No. Organizations that currently or seek to provide programming in or collaborate with Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), must provide a copy of a currently executed Memorandum of Understanding at the time of application. This will serve as acceptable documentation that the program has been reviewed and approved by the Chief Executive Officer of PGCPS. For more information, please contact the PGCPS Office of Business and Community Partnerships, or you may call 301-952-6095 for more information.
The Community Partnership Grant (CPG) program is the main discretionary grant initiative offered by the Office of the County Executive. However, the Office of the County Executive may partner with the Greater Washington Community Foundation (formerly known as the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region) to provide additional grant funding opportunities. Additionally, County Health and Human Service agencies may also offer limited grant opportunities from time to time.
No. The application release may vary each year, however, the application is generally released within the second quarter of the County’s fiscal year, which begins July 1st.
Please refer to Proof of Eligibility/Documentation Questions Section for specific instruction on obtaining your Office of Central Services (OCS) issued vendor number.
All applicants selected to receive grant funding will be notified with an award letter once we have received final award decisions from the Office of the County Executive. The Office of Management and Budget does not issue email notifications to applicants. Award letters are mailed in the self-addressed stamped envelopes provided to us at the time of application.
Previous CPG awards have ranged from $1,000 to $125,000, however, anticipated awards issued in this funding cycle will not exceed $100,000.
Funding will depend on several factors. Many aspects of your proposal are taken into consideration, including your organization's mission and goals, statement of need/problem, project description and sustainability relative to the amount requested, evidence of partnerships and collaboration and how your dollars are invested within the communities you serve.
The County strongly encourages the use of electronic deposits via the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system. Instructions and an authorization form for Electronic Funds Transfer are provided on the County’s website. Please allow at minimum, 30 days from the time of award notification.
The total amount of your award will be disbursed in one payment.
This is a decision your organization will have to make. We recognize that this poses a challenge for the impacted organization and will do our best to refrain from this practice, however, the decision to make full or partial awards is at the discretion of the Executive Review Panel.
Once the Office of Management and Budget receives your application and required supporting documentation, an eligibility verification review is completed. Once this review is complete, a letter will be mailed indicating your application status. There are two statuses: complete or incomplete. Only “complete” proposals will be forwarded to the Executive Review Panel for review and funding consideration. Please enclose two self-addressed stamped envelopes with your application for status notification.
Yes. Only organizations determined to have provided appropriate and accurate proof of eligibility documentation receive this notification. Your proposal will be forwarded to the Office of the County Executive and the members of the Executive Review Panel for full consideration.
The Executive Review Panel will convene to review and evaluate proposal submissions. Consideration for award recommendations and final decisions may include, but are not limited to, support of underserved populations, geographic diversity, Administration’s strategic priorities and past performance. Awards are subject to funding availability.
Due to the large volume of requests we receive and limited financial resources, we do not offer an appeal process. We encourage all applicants to thoroughly review our application, eligibility guidelines and related funding priorities.
Organizations that wish to receive feedback on their proposal may contact LaVonn Reedy Thomas, Community Affairs Manager at 301-952-3755 or send LaVonn an email.
No. Our application criteria indicate that you must provide a copy of your IRS Tax Determination Letter at the time of application. Please try again next year.
To be in “Good Standing” with your State means that all documents and fees required by law to be submitted to the appropriate State department have been received, and that no other government agency has notified the department/office that your entity is delinquent in tax payments. Each state issues its own version of a “Certificate of Status” aka “Good Standing”.
The Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation issues a certificate verifying that a business entity is in “good standing”. For more information, please see Certificate of Status on the Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) website. Similarly, the District of Columbia, Office of Tax and Revenue also issues a Certificate of Clean Hands formerly known as Certificate of Good Standing. In the Commonwealth of Virginia, the State Corporation Commission (SSC) Office of the Clerk issues a Certificate of Good Standing.
Your Certificate of Status, also known as your “Certificate of Good Standing”, should be obtained from the jurisdiction where your organization is currently based. If your organization was formed in the District of Columbia, you should provide a “Certificate of Clean Hands” from the District of Columbia’s Office of Tax and Revenue not the State of Maryland.
No. We require current year documentation. Your Certificate of Status document will reflect the date of your request on both the internet copy and the hard copy (if you choose to submit a copy of your actual certificate).
No it is not. Under the Maryland Solicitations Act, a charitable organization soliciting in Maryland generally must file documents with the Office of the Secretary of State. Registration is required prior to the commencement of solicitations. The type of registration required depends upon the level of charitable contributions received by a charitable organization. For more information regarding “Registering a Charity”, please visit the website.
Secretary of State Website.
Most of our non-profit applicants are based in Maryland. The Internet Certificate document looks like the image below and can be printed from your computer. This is acceptable proof of your organization’s “Good Standing” with the State of Maryland. For the purpose of this application, please submit the document as illustrated in our
All organizations wishing to conduct business with Prince George’s County must complete the vendor registration process. Complete the steps outlined below.
We are in receipt of the completed Procurement Questionnaire. You’ve completed the vendor registration process and have been assigned the following vendor number with Prince George’s County: [Organization Name] (100000xxxx)
Yes. All current and past grant recipients are required to submit a final financial expenditure report, as well as a final programmatic summary report detailing the outcomes achieved as a result of receiving grant funds. For more information regarding the County’s preferred report format and required attachments, please visit the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers website at:
www.Washintgongrantmakers.org and visit the “Resources” webpage.
A link to the Common Grant Report is provided below:
All final reports and attachments should be submitted to the address below:
County Administration Building
Office of Management and Budget, Suite 3000
Attention: Grants Manager
14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Yes. As a condition of application and award, grant recipients may be required to submit to periodic site visits and audit reviews by County staff as requested. However, advance notice will be provided.
Approximately $7 million to $11 million will be available each fiscal year. This will ensure that the Council has an opportunity to review the status of the program before additional funds can be spent.
In addition, awards will be subject to audits, compliance review, and numerous other levels of oversight to assure accountability.
Audits of businesses receiving aid will ensure that we have the necessary information to make changes to the terms of an agreement or to penalize a non performing recipient.
Contact the Maryland Commission on Human Relations at 800-637-6247, the Human Relations Commission at 301-883-6170 in Prince George's County, or
In the United States, people are more likely to get infected with Enteroviruses in the summer and fall.
Children with asthma may have a higher risk for severe respiratory illness caused by Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) infection.
The Center for Disease Control recommends that clinicians only consider EV-D68 testing for patients with severe respiratory illness and when the cause is unclear. Clinicians should contact their local health department for guidance.
Some people with severe respiratory illness may need to be hospitalized.
Influenza virus is spread when a person coughs or sneezes and the airborne droplets are inhaled by another person. However, the virus can also be spread by touching contaminated surfaces, and then touching one's face. The best way to prevent the spread of the influenza virus is by practicing good personal hygiene and getting vaccinated yearly. Personal Hygiene Tips.
• Preparation of “cottage foods” & their sale at farmers markets and temporary events.• Bed & Breakfast operation: defined as eight rooms or fewer for rent, is not required to have a food service permit if food is limited to only “continental breakfast.” Refer to COMAR 10.15.03.02(16)(a),(b),(c). Note: This also will require a single family rental license for your home. The rental license can be obtained from our website. Link to Comar
The budget proposes an increase of 15 cents per $100 of a property’s assessed value.
The proposal to increase funds for education will allow our school system to implement its Strategic Plan and will cost an additional $133 million. These additional funds are designed to rapidly move the county school system into 1 of the top 10 school districts in the state by 2020, and to deliver on its promise of “outstanding academic achievement for all students.” The plan includes many investments.
Rental Licenses are issued by Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement (DPIE)
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Not at this time. Generally, DPIE's files are site-specific, and a complete street address is needed to process requests for records.
Copies of records will be provided in the form or format requested, only if the records are readily reproducible in that form or format. However, there are charges associated with obtaining copies of records. Currently, the first two hours of search and preparation for requested records are free. Duplication fees are charged according to DPIE's fee schedule.
Note: the fees contained in the link do not include fees associated with search and review time
The custodian may charge reasonable fees for the search and preparation of recordsfor inspection and copying. The first two hours of search time is free, however, any additional time is subject to fees.
DPIE will provide an estimate the costs associated with the request. However, the department is not bound by the estimate and may charge fees which exceed the estimate. The estimate is a rough calculation of the cost; it is meant to give the requestor guidance on what fees to anticipate. The actual cost may be higher or lower than the estimate. The requester will be provided with justification for the fees.
The MPIA provides for access to most agency records. There are certain records that may fall within one of the exemptions in State law that allows the agency to withhold documents and redact information from documents.
If you are denied access to any DPIE records, you will be notified as to the specific statutory provisions for each exemption and for challenging the denial procedures.
Twenty jurisdictions in the National Capital Region are conducting a simultaneous regional Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system test on Thursday, April 5, 2018, between 10 – 11 a.m. Jurisdictions participating in the WEA test include: City of Alexandria, City of Bowie, City of College Park, City of Fairfax, City of Falls Church, City of Gaithersburg, City of Greenbelt, City of Takoma Park, City of Manassas, City of Manassas Park, City of Rockville, District of Columbia, Arlington County, Charles County, Fairfax County, Frederick County, Loudoun County, Montgomery County, Prince George's County and Prince William County.
WEA (Wireless Emergency Alerts) is apublic safety system allowing people who use cell phones and other mobiledevices to receive geographically-targeted, text-like messages about threats tosafety in their area.
The NationalCapital Region’s Emergency Managers Council of Governments is conducting thecountry’s first live, geo-targeting exercise of WEA of this magnitude -approximately 5.2 million residents and visitors will be in the test area. Eachjurisdiction is notifying public safety, law enforcement, private/publicsectors partners, public transit officials and the public.
“This is atest of the Prince George's County Emergency Alert System. No action required.”
WEA includesa special tone (some describe it as quite loud) and a vibration, both repeatedtwice. A text message also appears on the mobile device.
No, if aperson’s WEA-enabled cell phone or mobile device is located in the targetlocation, an alert will be received. A person does not sign up to receive a WEAalert.
Eachjurisdiction participating in the exercise will draw their geo-targeted map. Weare 100 percent certain cell phone or enabled mobile devices located outside,but near, our jurisdiction will receive the WEA alert because this technologyuses carrier towers. Closer to rural areas, bleed over may be significant (upto five miles) and in densely populated areas, it’s less (up to one mile). Officialstake issuing a WEA seriously – so if you receive a WEA, follow the protectiveactions and immediately turn to local news for more details. During an actualemergency officials are committed to providing critical life-savinginformation; therefore, there is no exclusivity to this responsibility. We wantto ensure the safety of the public which means we will communicate as much aspossible in as many ways as possible.
Authorizednational, state or local government authorities may send alerts regardingpublic safety emergencies – such as evacuation orders or shelter-in-placeorders due to severe weather, a terrorist threat or chemical spill – using WEA.The alerts from authenticated public safety officials are sent through FEMA'sIntegrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) to participating wirelesscarriers, which then push the alerts to cell phones and enabled mobile devicesin the affected area.
There arethree types of messages sent through WEA: extreme weather and other threateningemergencies in an area, AMBER alerts, and Presidential alerts during a nationalemergency.
Authorizedofficials select the coverage area(s) which best match the location of anemergency. All WEA-enabled mobile devices in the target location can receivethe alert, even if they are roaming or visiting from another state. In otherwords, a customer visiting from Richmond or Detroit would receive alerts in Washington,D.C., as long as he/she has a WEA-enabled mobile device in the alert zone.
The publicdoes not sign up to receive a WEA message; it is automatically deployed throughthe jurisdiction’s WEA system.
When the WEA programlaunched, participating wireless providers were generally required to send thealerts to a geographic area no larger than the county or counties affected bythe emergency situation. As of November 2017, all participating wirelessproviders are required to transmit alerts to a geographic area that bestapproximates the area affected by the emergency situation, even if it issmaller than a county. Beginning November 30, 2019, participating wirelessproviders must improve geo-targeting of alerts even further.
In the event widespread severe weather or othersignificant event occurs on April 5, the back-up date for the test is Monday,April 9, between 10-11 a.m., the WEA subcommitteechair, is hosting a call on Thursday, April 5, at 9 a.m. for the jurisdictionadministrators of the WEA system to give the green light for the test –Public Information Officers/Communication officials should connect with your WEA administrator tolearn the outcome of this April 5 conference call.
Periodictesting of public alert and warning systems assesses the system and identifiesany needed improvements. Public safety officialsneed to be sure in times of an emergency or disaster, they have reliablemethods and systems that will deliver urgent alerts and warnings to the public.Conducting a regional test supports the continued use, training, andimprovement of the WEA system.
It is verylikely based on a person’s location between 10-11 a.m. on Thursday, April 5,that he/she will receive multiple WEA messages. For example, a person attends acoffee meeting at 10:00 a.m. in Alexandria, at 10:30 a.m. drives to Arlingtonand 11:00 a.m. heads to D.C. for another meeting. As a person navigates aroundthe NCR during 10-11 a.m., they will receive multiple messages.
WEA is a shorttext message designed to capture your attention – emergency officials currentlyonly have 90 characters for the message. Messages sent (via telephone call,text message, or email) through Alert Prince George's often include morein-depth details about a critical event.
No. Thisservice is offered for free.
No. A WEAmessage is broadcast from area carrier towers to mobile devices in the area.Every WEA-capable phone within range receives the message, just like emergencyweather alerts you see on local TV. WEA, like the TV station, doesn't know whois tuned in.
According to the FCC, consumers with prepaidphones can receive WEAs as long as their provider has decided to participate inWEA and the customer has a WEA-enabled device. These consumers receive the alertsjust as customers with paid, monthly service do.
WEA is one of the many ways emergency officialswill communicate with you during an emergency. Other sources include NOAAWeather Radio, news broadcasts, the Emergency Alert System on radio and TV.
There arenumerous reasons a person may not receive the WEA test:
1) Someparticipating carriers may offer WEA on some, but not all, of their mobiledevices. Consumers should check with their wireless carriers to find out iftheir cell phone is WEA-capable.
2) Whenthe test is deployed, a person is taking a call on their cell phone.
3) If apps are running, you may not receive the audible alert.
4) Participationin WEA by wireless carriers is widespread but voluntary. Some carriers mayoffer WEA over all or parts of their service areas or over all or only some oftheir wireless devices. Other carriers may not offer WEA at all. Even if youhave WEA-enabled device, you would not receive WEAs in a service area where theprovider is not offering WEA or if your device is roaming on a provider networkthat does not support the WEA service. Consumers should check with theirwireless carriers to determine the extent to which they are offering WEA.
5) It’spossible you may have turned off the WEA notification on your cell phone. Todetermine if the alert is on or off, you could try (based on the version ofyour phone):
· Launch the Settings app on your iPhone. Tap on Notification Center and scroll all the way to the bottom. Under the Government Alerts section, toggle the AMBER Alerts or Government Alerts option on or off to enable or disable them.
To review status, go to Settings, click on the More option under the Wireless & Networks section, and scroll down to the Cell Broadcasts settings. Once opened, you will be able to see if disable extreme threats, severe threats, and Amber Alerts are selected.
*This depends on the version of aperson’s phone. Older versions of phones will have different paths to settings.
Cell phonesfrom major manufacturers such as Apple, Samsung and LF receive WEA regardlessof where the device was purchased. This is possible because WEA are broadcastfrom area carrier towers to mobile devices in the area.
No. Towards the end of 2017, emergency management officials determined exercising the coordination and deployment of a coordinated, regional WEA was needed to ensure the public receives the right information, at the right time, to make the right decisions during an actual emergency.
Local governmentemergency managers need to hear from the public about the test. At theconclusion of the test, a survey link will be distributed within participatingjurisdictions. Individuals will be asked to complete a web based survey toshare experiences regarding the WEA test. The survey will close on Friday,April 13.
The FCC offers this guide: http://transition.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/wea.pdf
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If the County holiday falls during the week of regular trash and recycling collection ( Tuesday - Friday), all collections scheduled on or after the holiday will slide by one day later in the week. For more information, please refer to the Waste Collection Schedule or contact CountyClick 3-1-1.
The County has a wide variety of employment opportunities ranging from custodians to executive management and in the fields such as health, public safety, skilled craft, administration, management, engineering and information technology. You can view the County's Classification Plan to see that there are over 200 class series. View the plan
Prince George’s County has a video camera system. Conduent, Incorporated is contracted to provide the red light camera enforcement program and provides all the video camera citations. This company will maintain all equipment related to this program and process all violations captured by the equipment.
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No. The Down Payment on Your Dream program can only be used to purchase a vacant foreclosed property in one of the 33 eligible zip codes.
Applications for the program must be submitted through a Participating Lender listed. You must have a sale contract on a vacant foreclosure before you can complete an application with a Participating Lender. You must also complete a minimum 8-hour housing counseling course provided by a HUD certified housing counseling agency. Do not contact the Department of Housing and Community Development for an application. Participating Lenders
Attend a Participating Lender briefing and complete Participating Lender Agreement and FDIC Certification on Subprime Lending located at the Lenders Only Resource.
Yes. The Section 8 Home-Ownership Voucher may be used with the Down Payment on Your Dream Program. Contact a Participating Lender.
Take a housing counseling course and contact a Participating Lender to get pre-approved. For a list of Participating Lenders and Housing Counseling Agencies contact See the First Time Home Buyers Resource.
Travelers can expect certain inconveniences throughout the SafeTrack Plan. However, Prince George’s residents should make special note of the following surge projects: June 18 - July 3 (16 Days): Line Segment Shutdown for Orange, Blue & Silver Lines Affecting Eastern Market to Minnesota Ave & Benning Road (293,000 peak trips will be impacted) November 12 - December 6 (25 Days): Continuous Single Track for Yellow & Green Lines Affecting Greenbelt to College Park The June 18 surge is a line segment shutdown between Eastern Market to Minnesota Avenue/Benning Road Metro Stations. WMATA will be providing Free Bus Shuttle service between Eastern Market and Minnesota/Benning Road with stops at Stadium-Armory and Potomac Avenue. Since the June 18 surge project will impact approximately 293,000 peak trips, we encourage residents to avoid using MetroRail and seek travel alternatives, including local bus, regional commuter service, and carpools and take advantage of flex time, alternative work schedules and teleworking, if available. If you must use the MetroRail system, then plan ahead to account for reduced train service and traveling on WMATA’s shuttles between the shutdown areas. WMATA is providing parallel local bus service enhancements on the 97, T18, X9 Routes during the line segment shutdown and advising patrons to consider existing Metrobus alternatives which bypass the shutdown area, such as the 96, X2, 30N, 30S, 32, 34, and 36. Residents have an option to board a MARC train from the Bowie State and New Carrollton stops on the Penn Line or Laurel, Muirkirk, Greenbelt, College Park and Riverdale stops on the Camden Line, which provide direct commuter service to Union Station in Washington, D.C. Visit information about passenger fares and schedules. https://mta.maryland.gov/marc-train Also, residents should consider using the Green Line Stations for travel into downtown Washington, D.C. Parking is available at Greenbelt and Branch Avenue Metrorail Stations. Visit the WMATA website for more information about parking capacity and rates at each respective station. http://www.wmata.com/rail/parking/ The November surge is a continuous single tracking phase from Greenbelt to College Park. During this phase rail service will be available but the wait times will be significantly longer. We suggest visiting our Rideshare website at http://www.ridesmartsolutions.com/ for alternate travel options during the June 18th surge and single tracking projects.
DPW&T will update our site as new information becomes available.
Call CountyClick 311 (311 or 301-883-4748), 24 hours after the precipitation has stopped, if your road has not been treated.
Call CountyClick 311 (311 or 301-883-4748). Inform the call taker that you live in a new development and they can determine if your roadway has been accepted into the County maintenance system. If it hasn't, you will need to contact your developer or citizen's association as it is their responsibility until the road has been accepted by the County.
- Please call the Maryland–National Capital Park and Planning Commission (301-952-3208) for information to determine if there is an existing site plan for your subject property. If a site plan does not exist, the property owner must contact a properly licensed engineer to be provided a site plan for the subject property, and fees may apply.- The site plan requirement is based on project types. As an FYI, all additions and building height increases require a site plan. For additional information, please call the Maryland–National Capital Park and Planning Commission (301-952-3208).
In order to provide a sound basis for engineering judgment with respect to the need for installing stop signs on all approaches of the roadway, the Department conforms to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). This manual, prepared by a national joint committee on municipal, county, and state officials, contains the following conditions or warrants, which should be present before a traffic control device such as a multi-way stop control is warranted.
Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by germs spread from person to person through the air. To read more about TB please view our About Tuberculosis page.
The TB clinic is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday excluding holidays; with evening hours on Tuesdays, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. All TB Control Program services are provided by appointment only. An appointment can be made by calling 301-583-3110 (TTY/STS Dial 711 for Maryland Relay).
The Housing Authority of Prince George’s County administers the voucher and, with funds received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), pays the remainder of the rent amount directly to the landlord. The HCV recipient may use the voucher to find a unit in any part of the United States and Puerto Rico.