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COVID 19 Updates July 4

Census Town Hall July 7

There will be a Virtual Town Hall about the 2020 Census on Tuesday, July 7. It will feature a simultaneous Spanish-language interpretation.


Looking for Census Takers & More!

Did you know? The Census Bureau is still hiring and will host the next Virtual Bilingual Recruitment Information Session on Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 2:00PM.  In an effort to help ensure we have a diverse pool of applicants, we hope you can join this virtual informational event.  For more information, please see details below.

U.S. Census Bureau Virtual Bilingual Recruitment Information Session

Date: July 9, 2020

Time: 2:00PM – 3:00PM

Access Link for Go To  Webinar: bit.ly/julycensus2020

The current Prince George’s County Self-Response rate as of June 29, 2020 is 63.4%.  

On August 11, 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau will commence its door-to-door follow up operations for residents that have not completed their Census forms. To minimize door-to-door contact, we are asking community members to call 5 family members or friends and encourage them to complete the Census online, by phone or via mail! The next Census will not take place again until 2030, so let’s make sure Prince George’s County gets the federal funding and resources it needs over the next 10 years!  #ProudToBeCounted #PGCensus2020 #CountDMVIn #CountMDIn


PGFD Fireworks Video

The Prince George’s Fire/EMS Department has put together a video discussing this issue the illegal use of fireworks.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PGFDNews/videos/vb.109104592438/908765576273978/?type=2&theater

Twitter: https://twitter.com/PGFDNews/status/1277985589263044608

Fireworks Amnesty Program

Residents can call 301-583-2200 to access the fireworks amnesty program (drop them off with no penalties) and to also report illegal fireworks in the community.

 July 4th Safety

Take safety precautions this weekend if you go out in public.

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