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Alsobrooks Youth Leadership Institute
The Alsobrooks Youth Leadership Institute (AYLI) is a 27-member body of Prince George’s Proud youth from throughout the County. AYLI is a diverse group of youth (ages 14-17, grades 9-11) from different backgrounds - ethnic, economic, and social who are serious about the lives of youth in our County and interested in County government.
Budget Listening Sessions
Each year, the County Executive hosts a series of public meetings so that citizens can provide their input as the budget is developed.
November is Housing Month! Join us with in-person and virtual housing events.
Local Development Council
State law creates a mechanism for ensuring public input in several elements of the new gaming facility. According to law, a Local Development Council (LDC) must be established in each jurisdiction where a gaming licensee is in operation (the sections of State law relevant to the LDC can be found in the Relevant Law section below).
The attached directory contains information about the mayors as well as a link to the websites for the 27 municipalities that are located within Prince George’s County.
The goal of the workgroup is to improve the infrastructure and reduce the flood risk in the Community. To do this, communication is a top priority. Continue to check back often for updates.
Resources and Services for Prince George's County Veterans
Women’s History Month
For 30 years, Prince George’s County has celebrated the dynamic accomplishments of women who serve in and partner with government and their impact on people and communities.
Prince George's Goes Pink
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. Join us as we go pink together to help uplift women and men in need. In Prince George’s County, County Executive Angela Alsobrooks wants to ensure that our residents are educated and aware of the county's programs, resources, and support.