District 6 At A Glance

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Often referred to as the heart of Prince George's County, District 6 is rich in history, character, diversity and home to some of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the County.  District 6 is home to Prince George's Community College and the highly anticipated University of Maryland Capital Regional Medical Center, the state-of-the-art facility that will replace the 75-year-old Prince George's Hospital Center in Spring, 2021. The District is also home to two of the County's regional park facilities, Walker Mill Regional Park and Watkins Regional Park. Council District 6 stretches from its northern boundary (Maryland Route 450 (Annapolis Road)) including such neighborhoods as Fairwood and Woodmore North to the southern boundary of the District (Maryland Route 4 (Pennsylvania Avenue)) that includes older communities such as Little Washington, Roblee, and Melwood to newer communities including Marlboro Ridge, Marlboro Riding and Westphalia. Council District also extends far west including the communities of Wilburn, Millwood-Waterford and Walker Mill in Capitol Heights, Forestville and the District's sole municipality, the City of District Heights to the far east of the District including newer communities like Beechtree, Balmoral and Oak Creek. The heart of Council District 6 encapsulates multiple communities surrounding portions of Maryland Routes 202, 214 and 193 to include Mitchellville, Largo, Kettering and unincorporated parts of Upper Marlboro.

Police Districts

Police Districts Located in Council District 6

Emergency: 911
​​Non-Emergency Police Dispatch: 301-352-1200 ​
​General Information: 311 ​
​Crisis Hotline: 211 ​
​Customer Service: 301-772-4420

​​​The Prince George's County Police Department is the fourth largest law enforcement agency in the State of Maryland. More than 1,500 police officers and 300 civilians provide a full range of law enforcement services to nearly 900,000 residents and business owners. Prince George's County Police Department is proud to provide service to a diverse demographic and geographic area.  The following police districts are designated to serve the residents of Council District 6.​
  • District 2 Station - Bowie
    601 SW Crain Highway
    Bowie, MD 20715
    Police_District2@co.pg.md.us

    Commander:
    Major Kevin Hughes
    Assistant Commander:
    Captain Anthony Cline

    District 2 is located eastern region of the County and is bordered to the northeast by Anne Arundel County.

    District 2 communities include: Bowie, Glendale, Greenbelt, Kettering, Largo, Lanham, Mitchellville, New Carrolton, Seabrook, Springdale, Upper Marlboro and Woodmore.

  • District 8 Station - Forestville
    8903 Presidential Parkway
    Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    Police_District8@co.pg.md.us

    Commander: Major Kirk L. McLean Assistant Commander: Captain Chad J. Schmick

    District 8 is located is located in the north-eastern region of the County.  It is bordered to the northwest and southwest by Washington, D.C. District 8 communities include: Capital Heights, District Heights, Forestville, Suitland and Westphalia.

Schools

Schools - District 6

PGCPS School District 7

Prince George’s County Memorial Library System

Library Locations Located In/In Close Proximity to Council District 6

The Prince George’s County Memorial Library System helps customers discover and define opportunities that shape their lives. Have a question about library services? Visit this link for frequently asked questions!  You can also register for the online library, accessible by your library card which gives you instant access to a collection of research databases, audiobooks, eBooks, videos and music.
  • Largo-Kettering Branch
    9601 Capital Lane
    Largo, MD 20774 (301) 336-4044 | TTY Tel No. (301) 808-2061

    *Passport Service is available at this branch.
  • Spauldings Branch
    5811 Old Silver Hill Road
    District Heights, MD 20747
    (301) 817-3750 | TTY Tel No. (301) 808-2061

    ALERT:  The Spauldings Branch will be closed Sunday, February 9 through Sunday, March 29 for recarpeting and shelving replacement.