Important Phone Numbers:
Emergency Dial 911
Nonemergency Police: 301-352-1200
Prince Georges County: 301-699-2630
City of College Park: 240-487-3501
University of Maryland: 301-405-1000
Noise Enforcement Hotline 240-487-3588
Branchville Volunteer Fire Department: 301-474-1550
College Park Volunteer Fire Department: 301-901-9112
Washington Gas: 703-750-1000
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) Emergency: 301-206-4002 Customer Service: 301-206-4001
Local Phone Numbers of Importance
Patrick L. Wojahn, Mayor of College Park: email@example.com
Bob Catlin, BDCA President: 301-345-0742
P.J. Brennan, Councilman: 202-288-5569
Dennis Monroe, Councilman: 301-474-6270
Berwyn Neighborhood Park
Branchville tot lot
College Park Community Center
Holy Redeemer Catholic School, grades K8
Paint Branch Elementary School, grades K6
Berwyn Baptist Elementary School, grades Preschool6
Greenbelt Middle School
College Park Academy (Middle School, High School)
Parkdale High School
Eleanor Roosevelt (Science & Math Technology School)
University of Maryland & University of Maryland University College
Easy access on Rt. 1 to Washington, DC
Interstate 95 and the Beltway495
The Baltimore Washington Parkway295
College Park & Greenbelt Metro
erwyn is one of the 14 small neighborhoods that make up College Park. It is located one mile north of the University of Maryland. Berwyns boundaries include Greenbelt Road on the north, the railroad tracks on the east, Route 1 (Baltimore Boulevard) on the west and another neighborhood, Lakeland, to the south. Composed of approximately 450 households, Berwyn also is home to Smile Herb Shop, Universal Barbershop, and several businesses at the east end of Berwyn Road, and two churches. The neighborhood is bisected by a bike path that runs the length of College Park and connects to other area bike trails. All of this is built around a well used neighborhood playground in the center. The friendly residents of the active, bustling neighborhood invite you to enjoy living here as much as they do. We suggest you get acquainted with your neighbors and involved in community life by attending Civic Association meetings and volunteering to help out with community activities. You will love the sense of belonging that comes with living here.
Movies in the Park Spring and Fall
Bonfire Late October
Holiday Party Early December
Pot Luck Dinner Early March
Yard Sales Biennially in April or May
Events: To involve neighborhood in planning/organizing the yearly events sponsored by the BDCA
Welcoming: To improve neighborhood quality of life for new and established residents by providing community information and personal contact.
Nominating: To establish a slate of potential officers prior to BDCA elections.
Neighborhood Watch: To increase neighborhood security through dissemination of information and involvement of community members.
We need your help and look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming meetings.
The Berwyn District Civic Association was established in 1885.
Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month (except July and August) at Fealy Hall on the corner of Berwyn Rd. and 49th Avenue.
Berwyn newsletter published monthly, details all the happenings for the community (except July and August).