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Economic Development Planning & Zoning Committee

Economic Development Planning & Zoning Committee Goal


To Embrace, Embody and Envision the community in which we live or want to live; and how we contribute to a high quality of life while we serve and sustain a quality of life for ourselves and for future generations.

We will continue to reach out and share information with residents, business owners and other elected officials in Prince George’s County as we move forward with our goal of building a new Senior Citizen Facility. The Senior Center Task Force consisting of city commissioners, council members, AARP Suitland Maryland Chapter representatives and residents along with the City Treasurer have been authorized by the City Council to guide development of the new senior center facility.

The vision of the District Heights senior center is to be a vibrant, diverse and  stimulating facility that would provide an opportunity to gather, connect and learn. It would also serve as a social center and support for an active and physical lifestyle.


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