County Residents Encouraged to Attend for Vital Information on Building 'Downtown Largo'; Regional Medical Center and Largo Town Center Updates
Prince George's County Council Chair Derrick L. Davis will host a District 6 Community Meeting focusing on "Building Downtown Largo" Saturday, July 22, 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon at Prince George's Community College, Largo Student Center, Community Room A and B, 301 Largo Road in Largo.
Chair Davis says, 'Downtown Largo' is starting to take shape and it is important for residents to be informed as projects move forward and transformation of the area occurs. "We are focused on creating a vibrant 'Downtown Largo' with thriving businesses and walkable places to live, work and play. This is an exciting time for economic development and renewal in Largo and Prince George's County. To be successful, we need the input of informed residents in the County's plans for the community's future. I am pleased to provide these critical updates and I look forward to hearing the thoughts and concerns of residents."
The Community Meeting will feature presentations on the Regional Medical Center by University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) representatives. Retail Properties of America, Inc. (RPAI) representatives will provide an update on the proposed redevelopment of the Blvd at Capital Centre. Council Chair Davis will also share information concerning other upcoming projects and initiatives in District 6. Residents will have the opportunity to ask questions and share their ideas with Chair Davis.
District 6 Community Meeting - Building Downtown Largo
* - Prince George's County Council Chair Derrick L. Davis
* - UMMS representatives
* - Retail Properties of America representatives
* - County Residents
Prince George's Community College
Largo Student Center
Community Room A and B
301 Largo Road
Largo, MD 20774
Visit the Regional Medical
Center Information Portal!
On October 20, 2016, the Maryland Health Care Commission voted unanimously to approve plans for a proposed regional medical center in Prince George's County. The state-of-the-art facility will replace the 75-year-old Prince George's Hospital Center, constructed as part of a strategy to transform the County's healthcare system into an efficient, effective and financially viable healthcare delivery system, transforming health care for residents in Prince George's County and the Washington metropolitan region.
For more information on the Regional Medical Center coming to Prince George's County please visit the County Council's official Information Portal: http://ow.ly/aYbN305WcLX.