News & Press Releases

  1. City of Laurel is Seeking Volunteers for the Fourth of July Parade Team

  2. Black History Month Celebration Rescheduled

  3. National Women’s Month Program

  4. Plastics Collection Boxes Added at Some City Facilities

    The City has added collection boxes at some facilities to make it easier for you to recycle certain plastics... Read on...
  5. Presidents' Day Office Closures

    In Observance of Presidents’ Day, all City and Passport Offices will be closed Monday, February 19, 2024. The Department of Public Works will be picking up Trash, Recycling and Composting on an altered schedule... Read on...
  6. Black History Month Essay Contest

    City of Laurel Mayor Keith R. Sydnor is holding a Black History Month Essay Contest for Students... Read on...
  7. Black History Month Program

    The City of Laurel will celebrate Black History Month with a program planned for Saturday, February 10th, from 1 - 3pm, at the Laurel Multiservice Center, located at 204 Fort Meade Road... Read on...
  8. Join Congressman Glenn Ivey’s Senior Advisory Board

    The Senior Advisory Board for the Office of Congressman Glenn Ivey is looking for seniors who can bring their unique perspectives regarding issues that impact Maryland’s 4th District Elders. Read on...
  9. Applications Open for County’s Guaranteed Basic Income Program

    If you are a City of Laurel resident who needs extra help paying the bills, the County is ready to help. Thrive Prince George’s is now accepting applications for its new Guaranteed Basic Income Program... Read on...
  10. City of Laurel Seeks Public Input on Sustainability Plan

    The City of Laurel is seeking input on its Sustainability Plan. Focus Groups are forming to offer key insight. Read on...
  11. Mayor and City Council Meetings Cancelled for December

    All Mayor and City Council Work Sessions and Meetings have been cancelled for the Month of December. Read on...
  12. Thanksgiving Cooking Safety Tips

    Thanksgiving is the leading day for home cooking fires... Read on...
  13. Thanksgiving Holiday Adjusted Collections Schedule

    Adjusted Collections Schedule for Thanksgiving Holiday Closure... Read on...
  14. Public Invited to Sign Farewell Card for Mayor Moe

    Mayor Craig A. Moe is retiring on November 27, 2023, after serving 21 years as Mayor. If you’d like to wish him well, come sign his farewell card in the Passport Lobby... Read on...
  15. Holiday Travel Safety Tips

    During Maryland Travel Safety Week (Nov. 13th – 19th), Mayor Craig A. Moe and the Department of Community Resources and Emergency Management (CREM) urge all residents to be cautious and prepared so you can have a safe holiday season. Read on...
  16. Official Results in the City of Laurel 2023 Elections

    A canvass of all mail-in and provisional ballots on Wednesday, November 8, 2023, by the Board of Elections Supervisors gave us the final Election tallies. Read on...
  17. Prince George's County Ecycle/Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Event This Weekend

    If you missed the City of Laurel's Ecycling event last month, check out the Prince George's County event this Saturday, November 4th. Read on...
  18. Schedule Changes for the November Mayor and City Council Meetings

    Schedule Changes for the November Mayor and City Council Meetings Read on...
  19. Bring Your Bag Campaign Kicks Off at the Polls in Laurel

    In anticipation of the updated plastic bag legislation effective January 1, 2024, the City of Laurel will have reusable bags available to residents when they stop in to vote! Read on...
  20. Video Highlighting City of Laurel Debuts at ICMA Conference

    The City of Laurel is proud to announce its participation in the prestigious International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Conference, where the City was one of several communities highlighted through ICMA TV/ WebsEdgeSociety videos. Read on...
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