1. How can I get my road resurfaced?
Please click HERE to submit a service request under “Streets and Sidewalks.”
2. How do I know if a road is maintained by Prince Georges County?
Prince George’s County’s Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) is responsible for nearly 2,000 miles of County-maintained roadways. These roadways are identified by names only, such as Montgomery Road, Harry S. Truman Drive or Oxon Hill Road. To report a concern or problem associated with a County-maintained roadway, please click HERE to submit a service request. To report a roadway emergency after normal business hours, please call 301-324-2710
The State Highway Administration (SHA) is responsible for State roads. State roads are identified by a route number and a name. For example, Pennsylvania Avenue is MD Route 4 or Central Avenue is MD Route 214. For assistance with problems on State roads, please call 301-513-7300.
3. Will the county trim back tree branches obstructing the roadway?
Yes. For tree trimming or the removal of dead tree limbs located on the County’s right-of-way, please click HERE to submit a service request.
For emergency tree removal, i.e., a tree blocking the roadway, please call the Department of Public Works and Transportation (DWP&T) at 301-499-8523 and provide details of the issue. After normal business hours, please call 301-324-2710.
4. Who do I call when there is mud on roadway causing hazardous conditions?
Please click HERE to submit a service for “Constructions Issues.”
5. When does, the County repaint the lines on the road?
Line striping occurs two times a year spring and fall.
6. How do I report a down tree that is blocking the roadway?
Please click HERE to submit a service request for “Roadway Emergency.” To report an emergency after normal business hours, please call 301-324-2710.
7. Who do I call for a dead animal blocking the roadway?
The County will pick up deceased strays or wildlife animals (not pets) from county roads. Please click HERE(SR not configured yet) to submit a service request.
If the deceased animal is a public safety hazard, call Animal Services at 301-780-7241.
If the deceased animal is on a State Highway (a numbered road i.e. Rt 5, Rt. 193), call the Maryland State Highway at 301-776-7619 (for parts of the county above the US 50 line) or 301-952-0555 (for parts of the county below the US 50 line).
If the deceased animal is on Suitland Parkway and/or Baltimore Washington Parkway, call the U.S. Park Service at 202-619-7310 or 301-344-3936.
8. Where do I call to report, my street has not been plowed or treated?
Please click HERE to submit a service request 24 hours after the precipitation has stopped, if your road has not been treated.