UPDATE 4/30/2020: COVID-19 Screening Appointments
Starting Monday, May 4th, the county’s COVID-19 community screening and testing operation will be at the Cheverly Health Center located at 3003 Hospital Drive, Cheverly, MD 20785.
You Must Have an Appointment.
Appointments are available Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. The Cheverly Health Center will accommodate both drive-thru and foot traffic. Signage and traffic control personnel will direct patients through the site.
State law requires people where a face covering while in stores or on public transportation and continue to practice physical distancing. Questions or concerns? Call 311 or email us at email@example.com. Read Governor Larry Hogan’s statewide order.
Face Covering Enforcement
By law, every 10 years the U.S. Census counts every resident in the United States. Your participation determines representation and how billions in federal funds are distributed. If our community is undercounted, friends and neighbors miss out on an estimated $18,250 per person over a 10-year period. Statewide, that’s a total of $26.6 billion over a 10-year period.
The federal government distributes $675 billion to states and communities based on census data. The money is spent on schools, hospitals, roads, public works, and other programs.
Every 10 years, a complete count of every person in the United States helps identify and allocate those funds. For each person in Prince George’s County who fails to be counted, the County loses federal funding for your community. The 2020 Census is more than a count. It's an opportunity to get involved and to help shape the future of your community.
The data collected from each census are used in many ways. Some examples include:
WHAT IS THE U.S. CENSUS?
Governor Hogan's Veto
Disappointingly, Governor Hogan vetoed the Blueprint for Maryland's Future.
This legislation is critical for both the short and long-term success of Maryland's students and economy. This is the time to ensure our state creates a world-class system in an economically responsible way. The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified the need for our public schools to be funded to help our children succeed in a 21st century, global market. Tell your lawmakers to override the veto and improve Maryland's public schools for all students!
Temporary, Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERA) available to help with rent and utility payments for tenants whose employment income has been negatively impacted by COVID-19. This assistance may help prevent arrears and late fees from accumulating and prevent evictions from occurring. Depending upon need, applicants may be eligible for a maximum of up to $1,800.00 per month for a maximum of up to 3 months of emergency rental assistance.
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Strong Schools Work
July 12 - August 2, 2020
Life, Leadership and
Social Skills Program
Fall, Spring, Summer
CPSTS Summer Youth Career Development
and Exploration Camp
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