Kentland/Palmer Park
Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative  (TNI) Area


The communities within the Kentland/Palmer Park TNI Area were one of six first selected for inclusion into Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III's signature Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative (TNI) in April 2012. 
Since then, residents, community organizations, nonprofits, faith-based organizations and local businesses have partnered with the County government to reduce crime and build a stronger, healthier and citizen driven community. 
To see if you live within the Kentland/Palmer Park TNI Area, or any other TNI Area, click here. If you wish to join our distribution list, please click here.

Kentland/Palmer Park 311/County Click Data
CountyClick is available 24 hours a day 7 days week. Or call our 311 Call Center Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

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TNI Key Indicators

The Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative (TNI) was designed on the premise of using data to drive decision making. Key Indicators have been selected to assist TNI teams with making decisions that will positively impact their communities. 
At different times, and perhaps in different locations, some indicators may be more vital than others. These indicators will impact the major indicator of neighborhood health - property values - as well as the overall quality of life.
The fourteen indicators for the Kentland/Palmer Park TNI Area, in order of most challenged to least challenged are as follows: Building Permits Issued; High School Absentee Rate; Kindergarten Readiness; Median Income; Litter 3-1-1 CSRs; Vacant Houses; Foreclosures; Total Crime Rate; Property Violations; Homes built Pre-1980; Domestic Violence Cases; Unemployment Rate w/o High School Diploma; Households with SNAP; 9th Grade Retention Rate. The County government will focus their services on these indicators in order to positively maximize the impact.

Kentland/Palmer Park Neighborhood Action Plan

Public Safety


Economic Development

Health & Human Services


Government Services

Below is a list of all County government services available to County residents. To access them visit CountyClick or call 311. 

Community Partners


Nonprofits provide residents with the additional services the County government does not provide.
Services 24/7 is an online directory for residents of Prince George's County looking for organizations that provide human services, from afterschool programs, to housing and foreclosure assistance, to veteran services. 
The directory connects residents  with the resources they need to enhance their quality of life and connecting the vast number of volunteers in our County to the nonprofits in order to increase their capacity to serve.  
To access the directory or to register, please click here.

Faith-Based Organizations

Coming soon.

Local Businesses

Coming soon.
Do you have a pothole on your street? Is your neighbor's house in disrepair? CountyClick/311 is your ticket to solving those problems and accessing government services. As part of our commitment to deliver outstanding customer service, we have implemented a case management/tracking system which will enable us to initiate, monitor, and follow-up on issues/concerns from our community members working in conjunction with other agencies. 
CountyClick is available 24 hours a day 7 days week. Or call our 311 Call Center Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

For more information on the Kentland/Palmer Park TNI Area, please contact Program Manager Tawanna Watkins.