December 2023 Edition
HEY!  College Park Friends and Family
Live, Work, Play and Connect with College Park. College Park Connects Newsletter connects residents, businesses, and visitors to the latest news and events within and around the global city. 

City Employee Luncheon Hours:  City Hall will be closed from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM on December 6th 
Christmas Holiday Hours: Our offices will be closing early at noon on December 22nd and closed on December 25th in observance of Christmas.

From the Mayor's Desk
'Tis the season to spread joy and warmth! As the year comes to a close, we want to express our gratitude for your ongoing support and share some exciting updates as well as a few moments from this past year.

College Park takes pride in hosting numerous annual events that not only bring us together but also are impactful and welcoming to the community.
From inspiring initiatives to lively festivals and back-to-school events, our community thrives on the active coordination and participation of our dedicated council members. Their commitment ensures that these gatherings are not just occasions but opportunities to strengthen the bonds that make our neighborhood special.
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As the city continues to grow, 2023 was filled with ribbon cuttings from new developments to new businesses such as Zupp Park, South Park Cottages, Hawthorne Station, Lottie Miller Boulevard, Good Neighbor Gym, Butter Milk Biscuits and more.

From lively dance events and informative sessions to joyous gatherings, College Park has been a hub of vibrant activities tailored specifically for our seniors.
We put in the effort, hard work, and sprinkle in a bit of fun with our departmental engagement.
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Check our socials and website calendar for more community events coming your way. 
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Keeping You In The Know As We Grow
The City of College Park Youth Council is now extending membership to College Park employees who have children in grades 8th-12th to join. This is the first time in history that the CPYC is available to both residents and employees.
Youth Councils provide students with the tools necessary to be good civil servants. Youth can learn more about the City of College Park, voice their opinion about issues they are facing within the city, gain public speaking skills, enhance leadership skills and facilitate community service activities.
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Members of the 2023- 2024 City of College Park Youth Council

Congratulations to the Director of Human Resources and Risk Management, Dr. Dwight L. Baker. He has been accepted into the National DBA Society, highlighting his commitment to scholarly practice, a Doctorate in Business Administration, and positively impacting society. 
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One Stop Shop Coming Soon
The City of College Park’s Building and Property Sustainability Department, along with Sages Networks Inc., has implemented the SagesGov software for Electronic Plan Review, Online Permitting Mobile Inspections, Licensing and Code Enforcement.

Stay Tuned for Updates.

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