The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission under state law has the authority to assign or approve new house numbers and street names, and to rename any street or renumber any house, for most of Prince George’s County. For the remaining area, changing a structure number or street name located within a municipality must either have the prior approval of the governing body of the municipality or upon appeal, a county council resolution authorizing the change. Further, the Commission’s addressing authority in Prince George’s County is limited to the extent of the Maryland-Washington Regional District, which excludes the City of Laurel as that city existed as of July 1, 2013. The Commission may assign street names to that portion of the City of Laurel only upon official request by that city’s authority.
This page is designed to:
Provide a master list of approved or reserved street names (Excel format)
Prevent the creation of duplicate or similar street names (i.e. Brown Street & Brown Road | Main Street & Maine Street)