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COVID-19 Information

The Town of Upper Marlboro is committed to providing up-to-date and correct information to its residents regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Please use the links on the left side of the page to check out updates from the CDC and State & County Health Departments. A copy of the Town of Upper Marlboro Declaration of a Local Emergency is also provided. 94102462_3241298915914851_6470304064612597760_o

 
Masks on Maryland
The Govonor enacted an executive order which will require the wearing of masks or face coverings when inside any retail establishments, including grocery stores, pharmacies, and convenience stores, or when riding any form of public transportation in Maryland. It also requires all essential retail locations to require their staff to wear face coverings.


 




County Coronavirus Hotline

Coronavirus HotlineIf you have any questions or concerns, please call the Prince George’s County Health Department Coronavirus hotline at (301)883-6627 from 8:00am - 8:00pm to receive updated information about the coronavirus disease. *Please contact 911 for medical emergencies only. Do not contact 911 for Coronavirus related issues.



Actions Taken by the Town of Upper Marlboro: 

In addition to partnering with the County's Health Department and following CDC guidelines, The Town of Upper Marlboro has taken the below measures to help safeguard the residents, visitors, and staff of the Town.

  • President/Mayor Linda Pennoyer declared a Local State of Emergency for the Town effective through May 25th, 2020.
  • All Downtown Upper Marlboro on-street parking meters are FREE through May  25th. This is due to the closure of the Courthouse, and to help support our Downtown business community during this situation.
  • Town Offices will be closed to physical visitors through  May 25th, 2020. All Town business will be handled over the phone or by email during regular office hours to reduce the risk of infection. No notarial services can be offered at Town Hall during this time period.
  • Town Staff eligible for telework will be working off-site through May 25th, 2020. However, the usual refuse collection schedule and routine police patrols will not be affected.
  • All Town Committee meetings are canceled through  May 25th, 2020. Teleconference lines can be provided to the committees as an alternative way to meet if they wish.
  • Town Hall conference room rentals will be canceled through May  25th, 2020. Any reservations scheduled during this timeframe will be given the option to reschedule or be refunded.

Town Contact Information:
Emergency: 911
Police Assistance: 301-352-1200 (24/7)
Town Staff Phone: 301-627-6905 (M-F 9-5pm)
Email: Info@UpperMarlboroMD.gov



Upper Marlboro Area Government Building & Agency Status: 

 Building/Agency  Status  Notes
 Upper Marlboro Town Hall

 CLOSED  Staff teleworking. Police & Public Works on duty. Contact info above
 Upper Marlboro Courthouse

 CLOSED  Closed through June 5th, phased reopening. 
Clerk of the Court CLOSED CLOSED to the public, including marriage licenses and notary certification services. For assistance call:301-952-3318
 Board of Education

 CLOSED  Offices closed 
 Animal Control/Shelter

 CLOSED  Animal Services Facility and Adoption Center will be closed until further notice. 
 County Council & Admin Building                                           CLOSED  The County Council will be conduction online meetings that can be watched live HERE
 County Planning Department         
       
 CLOSED  Planning Board meeting has been canceled. Check out their website for updates HERE
Court Commissioner's Office  OPEN  24/7 ops continue at the Upper Marlboro Regional Booking Facility 13400 Dille Drive Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Phone: 301-952-507
 Upper Marlboro Library  CLOSED  The Library system is currently closed until further notice. All programs, outreach, meeting room use, and passport services are suspended. All fines incurred during the closure will be waived. Book drops are closed.
 Show Place Arena, Community Center, and Darnell's Chance House Museum                                                                                                                                                 CLOSED  Indoor facilities closed to the public and events and programs canceled. Trails and Parks open, however, observe social distancing. 

 




Below are live twitter handles for the State & County Health Depts, and the Town for up-to-date information: