FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 16, 2017
Contact: Porlan Cunningham - 301-952-3038; Porlan.Cunningham@mncppc.org
Kira Calm Lewis - 301-446-3327; Kira.CalmLewis@pgarks.com
M-NCPPC Launches New Family of Websites
Riverdale, MD – The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) today unveiled the redesign of its main corporate site and its Prince George’s family of websites to better serve its customers.
The new sites provide users with an improved online experience through easier navigation, enhanced search functionality, a unified, uncluttered design and integrated calendars that will keep you informed on all Commission events. The sites also now feature prominent boxes on all respective homepages of their most requested information and services.
“We are so excited to reveal these websites after receiving feedback from our users who told us what improvements and features they desired to see,” said M-NCPPC Chairman Elizabeth M. Hewlett. “We listened to their comments and these new websites are our way of making it easier for users to find the information they need quicker and easier,” she added.
Users are encouraged to visit the three newly updated websites along with the brand-new Prince George’s County Planning Board website to access information on services, programs, public meetings and more. Visitors can log on to:
• www.mncppc.org – to apply for job opportunities, bid opportunities, and stay up-to-date on Commission news
• www.pgplanning.org – to find zoning information, check permit status, and get information on plans for their neighborhoods
• www.pgparks.org – to see what recreational classes and activities they can register for
• www.pgplanningboard.org – to testify at a hearing, become a person of record, view Planning Board agendas and hearings and more!
For additional information, or to share suggestions and comments, please send an email to: email@example.com.
M-NCPPC was established in 1927 by Maryland State Law and charged with acquiring, developing and maintaining park land, open space, and planning for the orderly development of Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. In Prince George’s County, M-NCPP’s responsibilities also include the management and operation of the county’s public recreation program and facilities. For additional information on the services and programs offered by the M-NCPPC in both counties, log on to www.mncppc.org.