This division of the Legislative Branch, under the direction of the Council Administrator, provides professional staff support for all Council functions and activities. Under the direction of the Council Administrator who is appointed by the County Council staff from this division coordinates and interacts with all other divisions of the Legislative Branch including Clerk to the Council, Audits and Investigations, Zoning Hearing Examiner, and Board of Appeals.
  1. Legislative Branch Administration

    Council Administration, under the direction of the Council Administrator, with assistance by the Deputy Council Administrator, coordinates and manages the responsibilities and daily operations of the entire Legislative Branch of County government, including the various statutory and administrative offices of the Branch.

  2. Organizational Chart

    View the organizational chart for the Legislative Branch.

  3. Office of the Clerk of the County Council

    The Office of the Clerk of the Council renders essential support services to the County Council in its capacities as the County's legislative body, the District Council in planning and zoning matters, and the Board of Health.

  4. Office of Audits & Investigation

    Read about the various aspects of audits and investigation.

  5. Board of Appeals

    The 3-member Board of Appeals for Prince George's County is appointed by the County Council to hear zoning and general administrative appeals.

  6. Office of the Zoning Hearing Examiner

    The Office of the Zoning Hearing Examiner consists of two Zoning Hearing Examiners ("ZHE") appointed by the District Council.

  7. Office of Communications

    The mission of the Office of Communications is to tell the exciting story of the Legislative Branch of the Prince George’s County Government, the Prince George’s County Council.

  8. Public Policy Fellowship

    The Prince George’s County Council Public Policy Fellow Internship provides graduate students a meaningful introduction to local government, policies and programs. Specific areas of concentration include, but are not limited to Public Administration, Public Policy, Finance, Law, Communications, Land-use, and the Environment.

  1. Robert J. Williams Jr.

    Phone: 301-952-3794

  2. William Hunt, OFS

    Deputy Administrator
    Phone: 301-952-4593

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