Takoma Park Street Resurfacing Postponed, Expected to Start June 14

The street resurfacing work in Takoma Park has been postponed and is now expected to start on Monday, June 14, according to an advisory from the city’s police department. The affected streets will have about two inches of paving milled away and then be repaved; the work is expected to take about two weeks, weather permitting.

Takoma Park Police Issue Warning About Medicaid Scam

The Takoma Park Police Department has issued a community advisory warning residents about a Medicaid scam. In this case, a caller cloned a phone number that showed the call purportedly coming from the police and pretended to be a Medicaid employee.

NDC Rescinds Cease and Desist Order Against TPSS Co-op

The Neighborhood Development Company has rescinded a cease and desist order directing the Takoma Park-Silver Spring Co-op to stop using the public lot at Takoma Junction for deliveries and terminating the co-op’s lease on the lot, according to a company statement.

Fullfillery Zero Waste Shop to Open at New Home in Takoma Park

The Fullfillery zero waste shop will have a soft opening at its new home in Takoma Park this Thursday, June 3rd, according to an email from Main Street Takoma. The shop will be located on the second floor at 7006 Carroll Ave., above Mark’s Kitchen.

Takoma Park Receives State Grants to Support Redevelopment, Housing Opportunities

The City of Takoma Park has been awarded two state grants to support redevelopment and housing opportunities, according to a press release. The Housing and Community Development Department was awarded a $500,000 revitalization award from the National Capital Strategic Economic Development Fund initiative.