February is observed as Black History Month, reflecting on the history and heritage of Black Americans and their role in shaping our nation’s history. Check out upcoming events celebrating Black History Month hosted by the City of Hyattsville! Join Us!
Registration for Hyattsville’s Youth Seasonal Camps & the Camp Coach in Training Program opens at 10 a.m. on February 20! Be ready to register by ensuring your family’s RecDesk account is up-to-date now as sessions fill up quick! Learn more about the programs here
City offices will be closed February 19 for Presidents’ Day. There will be no yard waste or compost pick-ups for the week. Regular trash & recycling routes remain the same. Staying in town? Take advantage of free parking in City lots on Presidents' Day! Additional Info...
The Prince George's County Audubon Society is offering free yard assessments for people looking transform their yards into wildlife friendly habitats! They are also training volunteer assessors with a four-part training series that starts February 21. Learn more here
Join us on Feb 29 from 6:30- 8:30 pm at the City Building for the first session of a series of facilitated discussions highlighting the diverse voices and perspectives that help to make the City of Hyattsville “home.” Light Refreshments will be provided! Join us!
The City is accepting applications for free native tree plantings on private property! This includes homeowners, businesses, apartment complexes, churches, etc. Consultations will be scheduled first come, first served starting in July. Get Free Trees!
Review the most recent report from the Maryland Department of the Environment detailing the status of clean-up efforts related to the September 23, 2023 CSX train derailment along Alternate Route 1. Read the report