In recent weeks there has been an increase in stolen vehicles and thefts from automobiles in Colmar Manor and other communities. Three vehicles have been reported stolen in Colmar Manor since January 1. Numerous residents reported that their vehicles have been entered and ransacked.
Town Sidewalk Improvement Project
As the weather permits repairs, Choice Concrete's professional crew of seven will proceed to work diligently on our sidewalks throughout the town. This $455,000 project is federally funded through the American Reinvestment Program Act and is estimated to last three months.
Passing of Mayor Hale
Former Mayor Michael E. Hale passed away Tuesday, December 5th.
Feedback Wanted for Town Strategic Plan
Recently, the town released its 5-year strategic plan draft. The Council is asking residents for feedback on the plan. You can do so by completing a survey and providing additional comments on a variety of topics.
Public Works Supervisor, Mike Goroum, Retires with Over 45 Years of Service
Colmar Manor's Public Works Supervisor, Mike Goroum, has retired. Mike was born and raised in Colmar Manor and worked for the town for over 45 years! He has worked for the town for half of the town's existence. He will be greatly missed and hard to replace!
Colmar Manor Receives Governor's Office of Crime Prevention Grant
The town was awarded $56,380 for recreational programming as part of the Governor's Office of Crime Prevention.
Colmar Manor's Green Street Update August 2023
Colmar Manor is building a Green Street down Newark Rd. In previous years construction has taken place at 40th Ave. and Newark Rd. The bricks in this intersection helps filter water into the ground to prevent flooding and improve the water quality of rain water entering the Dueling Creek and Anacostia.
Colmar Manor Pride Flag Raising
We want to thank all of the elected officials who came to celebrate with us which included Senator Malcolm Augustine, Delegate Diana Fennell, Prince George's County Council person Jolene Ivey, Mayor Benitez of Mount Rainier, Mayor Gant of Edmonston, Vice-Mayor of Cheverly Amy Chung-Fry, Colmar Manor Mayor Pro-tem Mendoza and former Colmar Manor councilmember Doug Bowles.