Community Organizations serving the Suitland Community

Suitland Recreation Council, Inc. / SUITLANDFEST

Suitland Civic Association (SCA)

Suitland Crime Action Team (SCAT)

The New Suitland Recreation Council, Inc. / SUITLANDFEST
Contact: Reggie Harrod
The New Suitland Recreation Council is a volunteer organization of teens and adults who work cooperatively with the Maryland National Capital Park and the Planning Commission to develop and sponsor special seasonal events and trips, such as SuitlandFest.

http://mysite.verizon.net/vzez1fvp/suitlandfestcdc501c3/index.html

Suitland Civic Association (SCA)

Suitland Water Tower
4211 Silver Hill Road
Suitland, MD 20746 

Contact: Karen Anderson

This association serves as an information network connecting residents to local activities, services, programs, and County and State resources.  It is an advocate for community families regarding infrastructure problems, political issues, and personal or community concerns to be addressed by an organized body. Membership in the association offers residents the opportunity to build a strong community contingency to participate in the implementation of the Suitland Action Plan revitalization process.

The Association meetings are on the third Monday of each month (except July and August), 7 pm. Membership dues are $24 per year for individuals and $50 for organizations. This is an organization that promotes community unity and strength.

www.suitlandcivicassociation.org

Suitland Crime Action Team (SCAT) 

Suitland Water Tower
4211 Silver Hill Road
Suitland, MD 20746 

Contact: Elsie Jacobs
The team consists of volunteers and public and private organizations committed to creating and promoting a safe community. The objective is to discourage criminal activity in Suitland by encouraging active citizen involvement in developing crime reduction initiatives.

Since the summer of 1995, SCAT has promoted a crime-free community through crime vigils and marches. This organization functions as the eyes and ears of the community and works in partnership with the Prince George's County Police Department, the Office of the State's Attorney, Suitland Federal Center (SFC), the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention, NAACP, apartment managers, Prince Georges' County Public School System, the Redevelopment Authority and the Housing Authority.

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