Welcome to the Town of
Landover Hills

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Incorporated 1945
Landover Hills is a small (~500 residences), quiet municipality located inside the
Washington, DC beltway in northern Prince George's County, Maryland. It is a
pleasant suburban community situated on approximately 150 acres of rolling hills
with large trees and contains 4.5 miles of streets.  It is NOT adjacent to or in any
way affilliated with the unincorporated area known as "Landover". We are about 1
mile from the New Carrollton Metro (subway) and MARC station and are similarly
close to U.S. Route 50 (John Hanson Highway), the Baltimore/Washington Park-
way and the beltway
 

Last Updated on August 30, 2013

 
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Notice- Implementation of Landover Hills Speed Monitoring Systems
                      The Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Landover Hills have authorized the use of speed
monitoring systems in   designated school zones. The Town of Landover Hills will start operation of its speed monitoring systems with
a 30 day warning period on May 2, 2011. The location of the first speed monitoring system will be on Annapolis Road, in the St. Mary's School Zone which is
between the 7000 block  of Annapolis Road and the Town boundary at the intersection of Annapolis Road and Ardmore-Ardwick Road.
The system will be placed initially inthe 7100 block of Annapolis Road. In accordance with State Law, beginning on June 1, 2011, the Town of Landover Hills
will issue $40.00 civil citations to vehicles that exceed the posted speed limit by 12 miles per hour or more.




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