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Town Council Members
Donald W. Sincell - Mayor - 7/2019
Bryan Fred Callis - Vice President of Council - 7/2020
Patrick Damon - 7/2020
Linda Fike - 7/2019
James Moore - 7/2019
Pam Nelson - 7/2020

Planning Commission
Patrick Damon - Chairman
Linda Goodrich

Zoning Board of Appeals
Karen Wooddell - Chairman
Leon Cardiff, Jr.
Gene Flinn

Town Employees
Lenora Fischetti - Clerk Treasurer
Jeff Meyers - Maintenance Supervisor
Willie Stemple

Code Enforcement Office
Jarrett Mahoney

Attorney
William Rudd

 

News

The Answers Have Arrived - In June 2018 the Mayor and Town Council of Mountain Lake Park hosted a public meeting regarding the proposed Oakland Bypass. Local residents had a lot of questions for the officials from the Maryland Dept. of Transportation (MDOT) who were in attendance. Mark Stutzman, on behalf of Engage Mountain Maryland, compiled our questions. Click here to read the responses.


Pickup day changed - The pickup day for leaves and grass clippings will be changed from Fridays to Thursdays effective June 7, and continue on Thursdays until fall leaf pickup.


Town Council Meeting -  The next meeting will be held on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 6 PM. For more information and to verify the date and time, please call 301-334-2250. 


Brush Pickup - has ended for the 2018.


* Lost & Found - A set of keys were found in the road by the tennis courts. To claim them, please visit the Town Hall during regular office hours.


* Trick or Treat - will be held on Wednesday, October 31, from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Please turn on porch light to receive Trick-or-Treaters! Motorists are asked to be alert and use extreme caution while traveling the streets during Trick-or-Treat.


* Town Museum will be open Fri.-Sun. during Autumn Glory. It is located in the Ticket Office at the corner of Rte. 135 and G Street. Donations of memorabilia for the museum are accepted at the Town Hall during regular office hours.


Wooddell Park will be closing for the season on November 1st. Town parks are equipped with video surveillance. All parks and walking trails in town are trash-free. Visitors are to put litter they generate in trash bags and carry it home. This will improve the appearance of parks and trails by removing trash cans that detract from the beauty of the environment. Heavy rains the past several months have caused water to accumulate around the playground equipment; the town crew will remediate this once the area has dried enough to get equipment in.












     






Fun Facts

In 1881, Mountain Lake Park was purchased as 800 acres for the sum of $4,672.

Today, the town has expanded to 1280 acres with an assessed value over $100,000,000.

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