City of Glenarden Public Information Act

The City of Glenarden's policy is that standard requests for documents that are designed in-house for public use, and certain other documents designated by the City, may be provided to members of the public promptly, and in any event, no later than 10 working days from the date of the request. Standard requests may be provided to members of the public at no cost and without requiring the applicant make a formal request using the City of Glenarden's MPIA Request Form. These include:

• Landlord-Tenant Publications

• Copies of Sections of the City Code

• Standard Forms

• City Policies

• Resolutions and Ordinances

• Council Meeting Minutes - Agenda Items and Non-Confidential Supporting Material

• Annual Operating Budget

• "Monthly Report" of departmental activities

• Documents designed to be provided to the public (i.e. city fliers, etc.)

• Documents available on the City's website

For all other requests, please submit the City of Glenarden Maryland Public Information Act Request Form [download PDF] via fax 301-773-4388 or via email to COGMPIA@cityofglenarden.org. For more information, contact the City of Glenarden MPIA Liaison, Charlyn Anderson at 301-773-2100.

City of Glenarden Maryland Public Information Act Policy [download PDF]

City of Glenarden Maryland Public Information Act Fee Schedule [download PDF]

City of Glenarden Maryland Public Information Act Request Form [download PDF]

Resolution to adopt City of Glenarden Maryland Public Information Policy [download PDF]

Resolution to amend the Maryland Public Information Act Fee Schedule [download PDF]

 

Prince George's County New Compaint Policy

Please note the Office of Ethics and Accountability has recently changed the method to report fraud, waste, abuse, illegal acts or ethics-related concerns. Effective immediately, please use one of the following options: 1. Call the Ethics Hotline at 301-883-6591, Monday-Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. 2. Call County Click 311, Monday-Friday, 7:00 am – 7:00 pm. 3. Submit an online complaint 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
https://pgcgovt.secure.force.com/ethics/PGC_OEA_Ethics_Complaint?formType=ec

Note: Reporters can remain anonymous. If you should have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Ethics and Accountability at 301-883-3445. For more information please visit our website news page.

 

 

 


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