COVID 19 Resources University of Maryland, College Park Resources Resource: The University of Maryland COVID-19 Dashboard Description: This dashboard provides our community with transparent and timely data about the prevalence of COVID-19 within our campus, based on UMD testing. We
Note: This was posted on Friday before the March 30 order by Gov. Hogan. With things changing rapidly, plan to call ahead to any business to see if they are open. Today, more than ever, College Park businesses need support.
The Hotel at UMD, 7777 Baltimore Avenue, offers parking free with validation at one of its restaurants, Old Maryland Grill, Kapnos Taverna, Bagels N Grinds, Potomac Pizza, or if you go to the Red Door Spa. Options for parking downtown:
There are a lot of fun and unique events happening in College Park these days – from arts and music to exercise to celebrations. Here’s a breakdown of a few of the events and things to do that repeat or
The Opportunity Zone program provides federal tax incentives for investment in communities over the next 10 years. A majority of College Park is in an Opportunity Zone, which means any United States-based corporation or partnership with 70% of their tangible
College Park is home to many parks and playgrounds, maintained by the City of College Park and by the Maryland – National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC). With more than 20 parks and playgrounds, a lake, and miles of
Youth at work through Prince George’s County County residents who are between the ages of 15 and 19 years old on July 1, 2019 have an opportunity to participate in career development, life-skills training and job training sponsored by Prince
The Partnership’s greatest asset is its networking capability. Here are some useful College Park and University resources for our community: The University Office of Real Estate The Office of Real Estate at the University of Maryland works to support the economic growth