The Town of Upper Marlboro provides many services to its residents, including police, maintenance, and trash collection, under the leadership of the Board of Town Commissioners and a dedicated staff.
The Commissioners are elected by the residents of the Town for a two-year term every even year on the first Monday in January that is not a holiday. The president is selected by a majority vote of the Board after the election.
The form and functions of the Town government are set by the Town’s Charter. You can read the Charter at the following link Town of Upper Marlboro Charter. For more information contact the Town Clerk, at (301) 627-6905 or firstname.lastname@example.org.The current Board of Town Commissioners for the Town of Upper Marlboro were elected into office on January 6th, 2020. They serve the Town residents on a two-year term.
Commissioner Kai Bernal-LeClaireCommissioner Bernal-LeClaire and his family have lived in Upper Marlboro since 2017. He currently serves on the Board of Town Commissioners in the role of Treasurer. Read More
Commissioner Wanda LeonardCommissioner Leonard is one of the Town's first African American Commissioners, first elected in January 2018. She was re-elected during the January 2020 Town Election to serve a second term as Commissioner. Read More
President/Mayor Linda Pennoyer
President/Mayor Linda Pennoyer first was elected as a Commissioner in 2016 and has served as a Commissioner and the Town’s Treasurer for her past two terms. She was re-elected and chosen to serve as President during the January 2020 Election.Read More