On October 27, 2016, the University of Maryland Student Government Association hosted Eric Olson, executive director of the College Park City-University Partnership, former College Park Mayor Andrew Fellows, SGA President Katherine Swanson and A.J. Pruitt, the SGA’s vice president of
The City-University Partnership hosted a presentation and tour for University of Maryland students and parents during Family Weekend this October. Executive Director, Eric Olson, led the event, informing students and parents about the exciting developments in progress, both at the
Stop by The Visitor Center (Turner Hall) on Saturday, October 15 at 4:00 p.m. to learn about the University District Vision 2020 – and efforts underway to bring new restaurants, retail, housing, jobs, bike paths, and more to College Park!
Summer is winding down which means shorter days, falling leaves, and a bounty of fresh, locally grown produce. College Park is home to several different farmer’s markets all over the city, so no matter where you are, great food is nearby.
“Changing the street name from Paint Branch Parkway to Campus Drive is an initiative to tighten the greater College Park community.” – Mayor Pro Tem Monroe Dennis, City of College Park On the last day of June 2016, The Partnership, along
REI is considering not renewing its lease for its College Park location in light of their new store opening in NOMA, DC and an expansion of their Rockville store. College Park residents have started an online petition to REI, urging
“Wood Partners is happy we are investing in the heartbeat of College Park.” – Scott Zimmerly, Wood Partners On June 7, 2016, the College Park City-University Partnership (The Partnership), in collaboration with Wood Partners Real Estate, the City of College
“The safety ambassadors are here to provide a sense of safety and a reality that College Park is one of the safest place you could ever live, work or visit.” – David Mitchell, UMPD Police Chief In May 2016, the
“This project is symbolic of the transformation from an auto-oriented old Route 1 to a more walkable urban community and mixed uses all along the way.” – Partnership Board Member and College Park Mayor, Andrew M. Fellows In July 2015,
“Between the Metro line, the MARC line and the Purple line, College Park will be the transit hub of suburban Maryland.” – Partnership Board Chair, Sen. Jim Rosapepe In March 2015, the College Park City-University Partnership helped orchestrate media events