Announcing College Park’s Inaugural Restaurant Week: August 11th to 17th

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark your calendars for the tastiest week of the year, as College Park Restaurant Week kicks off on Sunday, August 11th and runs through Saturday, August 17th. Over 15 of the City’s restaurants are participating in the event with specials including a variety of multi-course meals and other discounts. The list of participating restaurants and their specials is posted on the City’s Shop College Park website at www.shopcollegepark.org/cprw.

For patrons choosing restaurants in Downtown, the City is offering free parking in the garage at the intersection of Knox Road and Yale Avenue after 5:00pm on Monday through Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday.

The City of College Park is…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The City of College Park needs your help!  As part of a citywide marketing campaign we are looking for the most truthful, surprising, interesting, or little-known things about the City. Click the link below to participate by finishing the sentence: “The City of College Park is…” Submissions may be voted on and the results will be used to guide a marketing campaign to attract new residents and businesses to the City. Thank you in advance and have fun! http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8ZRTV2G

College Park Farmers Market – Survey

As part of the recently-formed Farmers Market Committee, the City is conducting a survey to gauge satisfaction with the current Downtown Farmers Market while garnering ideas for the Market’s future. Please take a few moments to answer the survey as the responses will enable the Committee to understand the interests of residents and develop recommendations for the future structure of the Downtown Farmers  Market.

The survey can be found here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GZBYC79.

 

 

College Park Development Update – March

The Development Update is a bi-monthly newsletter prepared by the City of College Park Planning, Community and Economic Development Department covering development activity in the City. This edition features updates on the City’s Community Legacy application, Domain at College Park, and East Campus. If you have any questions or would like to subscribe, please feel free to contact Michael Stiefvater at (240) 487-3543 or mstiefvater@collegeparkmd.gov.

City of College Park – 2012 Real Estate Roundtable

The city is hosting their first Real Estate Roundtable in nearly two years on Thursday, March 15, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM at the Clarion Inn. The event provides an opportunity for local stakeholders to receive updates on major developments and to discuss future plans that will shape the city for years to come. The keynote speaker for the event is Rob Specter, the Vice President for Administrative Affairs and Chief Financial Officer at the University of Maryland. Mr. Specter was appointed to these positions in July 2011 with more than 25 years of senior leadership experience in higher education. Mr. Specter will discuss the University’s plans for the first phase of East Campus, development plans at M Square, and the ongoing faculty housing study.

Additional speakers will include the City of College Park’s Planning, Community, and Economic Development Director, Terry Schum, and Economic Development Coordinator, Michael Stiefvater. The event, which is free of charge, will begin with a breakfast buffet and time for networking.

To RSVP, please contact Michael Stiefvater at 240-487-3543 or mstiefvater@collegeparkmd.gov by March 5th.

College Park Business Beat – February

The Business Beat is a bi-monthly newsletter prepared by the City of College Park Planning, Community and Economic Development Department covering local business news including openings, closings, expansions, leases signed, and other information of interest. This edition features news on the upcoming Real Estate Roundtable, Lime Fresh, Pho D’Lite, Terrapin Turf, and many other items. To subscribe, please contact Michael Stiefvater at (240) 487-3543 or mstiefvater@collegeparkmd.gov.

College Park Development Update – January

The Development Update is a bi-monthly newsletter prepared by the City of College Park Planning, Community and Economic Development Department covering development activity in the City. This edition features updates on the Maryland Book Exchange redevelopment, Domain at College Park, Cafritz Property, and The Varsity. If you have any questions or would like to subscribe, please feel free to contact Michael Stiefvater at (240) 487-3543 or mstiefvater@collegeparkmd.gov.

College Park Business Beat – December

fishnet.jpgThe Business Beat is a bi-monthly newsletter prepared by the City of College Park Planning, Community and Economic Development Department covering local business news including openings, closings, expansions, leases signed, and other information of interest to College Park businesses. This edition features news on Pho Thom, Fishnet, California Tortilla, and Naked Pizza. To subscribe, please feel free to contact Michael Stiefvater at (240) 487-3543 or mstiefvater@collegeparkmd.gov.

November College Park Development Update

The College Park Development Update is a bi-monthly newsletter prepared by the City of College Park Planning, Community and Economic Development Department covering development activity in the City. Please feel free to distribute this information as you see fit. Questions or comments can be directed to Economic Development Coordinator Michael Stiefvater at (240)487-3543 or msteifvater@collegeparkmd.gov.

College Park Business Beat – October

The Business Beat is a bi-monthly newsletter prepared by the City of College Park Planning, Community and Economic Development Department covering local business news including openings, closings, expansions, leases signed, and other information of interest to College Park businesses. This edition features news on Big Play Sports Grill, Fishnet, and College Park Day. To subscribe, please feel free to contact Michael Stiefvater at (240) 487-3543 or mstiefvater@collegeparkmd.gov.