The Town of Capitol Heights’ Council Committee formed the Neighborhood Services Department in 2009 to meet the needs of the community in terms of infrastructure and appearance. Within the Neighborhood Services Department are two subdivisions, Public Works and Property Standards Authority.
The Public Works division is responsible for maintaining the landscape and grounds in the right of ways surrounding a business or residential home within the Town of Capitol Heights, as well as, maintaining the Town’s buildings, cleaning the streets and participating in neighborhood projects.
The Town has adopted the 2009 International Property Maintenance Code in 2012 with Ordinance 2012-002. The has also modified the fees and fines for Code Enforcement violations in January 2013 with Ordinance 2012-006.
Our Property Standards Authority Division conducts exterior residential and business inspections. View our mission and Common Code Enforcement Issues for the Town of Capitol Heights on the Property Standards page.
Neighborhood Service Department Community Meetings
Citizens are encouraged to participate in monthly Neighborhood Service Department community meetings at the Town Hall at 7 P.M. on the 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Councilmember Akers serves as the committee chair for our Neighborhood Services Committee. (Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic all meetings are cancelled until further notice)