Mayor Cynthia Miller, City of District Heights was elected in July 2022. She entered into political office in May 2014, when she was elected Commissioner, Ward 1 and was appointed Vice Mayor in June 2021.
Mayor Miller served as Liaison for General Government and has 38 years of combined experience working in the federal, non-profit, private and public sectors and has lived in District Heights for 24 years.
Mayor Miller is a 2015 Fellow Graduate with the Academy for Excellence in Local Governance with the University of Maryland, Maryland Municipal League. Her memberships include Women in Municipal Government and Prince George’s County Women in Government, Prince George’s County Municipal Association, National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials, National League of Cities, National Council of Negro Women Prince George’s County Chapter, AARP Chapter 939, and Maryland Black Mayors, Inc.
She currently serves on Board that include Prince George’s County Municipal Association Policy Chair, 2021-Present; Prince George’s County Cable Television Commission, 2018-present; Census 2020 and Prince George’s Complete Count Committee, Dementia Friendly America Team Member, 2016-present; City of District Heights 80th Anniversary Chair, 2016; Former President of the Prince George’s County Municipal Association, 2018-2019; Maryland Municipal League Former Vice-President, District 9, 2018-2019. She continues to serve on the Committees for the Youth and Family Service Bureau, Youth Development Foundation, Planning Committee for the Veterans Park, Website Committee Chair and Senior Center Project for the City of District Heights. She currently serves on the Marlboro Pike Corridor Stakeholders Committee. The Committee is focusing on the revitalization of Marlboro Pike. This will be a huge investment and redevelopment project that will bring new businesses and a more upscaled look to the landscape of our community.
Mayor Miller continues to volunteer with her husband at Woodland Springs Apartment Complex as part of the Monthly Food Bank Program. Additionally,
she tirelessly volunteers her time at Food 4Thought, food distribution program at St. Paul Church. Mayor Miller is currently in discussion with Food4Thought to bring a regular food program that include the residents.
Mayor Cynthia Miller and husband, Cyril are long standing members of First Baptist Church of Highland Park in Landover, Maryland.
Address: 2000 Marbury Drive, District Heights, MD 20747