City of College Park, Maryland

Mayor and Council

Elected Officials

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for the Mayor and City Council
should be sent to the City of College Park,
4500 Knox Road, College Park, MD 20740

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Andrew M. Fellows
5807 Bryn Mawr Road
College Park, MD 20740


Andrew Fellows has been College Park’s Mayor since being sworn in on December 8, 2009. He previously represented the 3rd District on the City Council from 2001–2007, and has served on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government’s Board of Directors, the Transportation Planning Board and Chesapeake Bay and Water Resources Policy Committee, and by appointment of the Governor on the Maryland Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities.

Andy moved to College Park in 1991 to attend the University of Maryland as a graduate student. Within a year, he joined the Veterans Memorial Improvement Committee and the Committee for a Better Environment, both of which he eventually chaired. Andy was a two-term president of the University of Maryland Graduate Student Government, and served four years as president of the Calvert Hills Citizens Association before being elected to the Council.

Andy worked as the Chesapeake Regional Director for Clean Water Action from 1999 to 2014. He recently began work at the Environmental Finance Center of the University of Maryland, where he will be working on issues of sustainable development.  Andy has over 30 years of grassroots organizing, lobbying, electoral, media, development, and management experience.

He and his wife Elizabeth live in the College Park Estates neighborhood with their cat “Jake,” and enjoy movies, reading, Lake Artemesia, baseball, and life in general. 


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Patrick L. Wojahn
Councilmember, District 1
5015 Lackawanna Street
College Park, MD 20740


Patrick Wojahn is an attorney and civil rights advocate who advocates for the rights of people with disabilities at a national non-profit organization. Previously, Patrick provided legal services for adults with mental illness and for people living with HIV/AIDS in the DC metro area. Patrick has served in leadership roles with a variety of other service organizations, including Equality Maryland, the College Park Food Bank, and the College Park Community Foundation, which Patrick helped found.

Born and raised in Wisconsin, he received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2002. He has lived in College Park with his husband, Dave Kolesar, for over ten years. Patrick ran for City Council first in 2007 because he felt he could use his experience to make a difference in the community. Since then, he has taken on new initiatives to improve life for College Park residents, such as starting College Park Day and helping found the College Park Community Foundation. Patrick also headed a committee to develop new strategies to address problems with rental properties, strengthened the City’s tools to ensure that vacant and abandoned properties are properly maintained, and has led initiatives to make the City more environmentally sustainable.


S.M. Fazlul Kabir
Councilmember, District 1
9817 53rd Avenue
College Park, MD 20740

Fazlul Kabir is the current Council Member of the City of College Park District 1 in north College Park. Kabir lives in east Hollywood with his wife and two children.

Kabir teaches at the University of Maryland, College Park and also works as the Senior Project Manager in a federal project. He holds a doctorate degree in Electrical Engineering from the University Of Manchester.

Kabir has led the effort and worked with a group of residents to establish the Hollywood Farmers Market in north College Park. The market offered farm-fresh food, supported local farmers, provided a space where residents and community groups can meet and also helped revitalize the Hollywood commercial district.

Kabir has also worked to improve pedestrian safety along Rhode Island Avenue through the use of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons.

Before he became the Council member, he served as a four-term Secretary of the North College Park Citizens Association.

He is a co-founder of the College Park Day event, where he works with the community groups, local schools and helps manage the event’s website

Kabir enjoys helping in community projects. In the past years, he helped organize the Annual Hollywood neighborhood cleanup event, winter clothing drive and tree planting event.



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P.J. Brennan
Councilmember, District 2
c/o 4500 Knox Road
College Park, MD 20740

PJ grew up in a large Irish Catholic family in Towson, Maryland. He attended public schools, participated in scouting, and was a competitive swimmer for 12 years. He is a graduate of University of Maryland, College Park and holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from University of Maryland University College. PJ currently works for the federal government and has worked for various cultural and academic institutions in the DC-metro area. In addition, PJ coaches an 8 & Under swim team for Nation’s Capital Swim Club.

PJ and his husband Nick have lived in Prince George's County since 2005. In 2011, they relocated from Greenbelt to their home in College Park. They enjoy walking their two dogs on local trails, gardening, biking around town, exploring local restaurants, and taking advantage of the University of Maryland's Campus Recreation Services.

PJ takes pride in his community, enjoying local farmer's markets, volunteering for Good Neighbor Day, and attending St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Recently appointed to the city's Sustainable Maryland Certified Green Team, PJ has an interest in promoting a healthy environment and advancing energy and cost saving measures.

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Monroe S. Dennis
Councilmember, District 2
8117 51st Avenue
College Park, MD 20740

Dennis is a native Marylander having grown up and finished high school in Worcester County, Maryland. After finishing college in Baltimore, where he earned a BS degree in Mathematics, he has been employed as a federal employee, and has served 2 years in the US Army. Following military service Dennis was employed by, and has retired from the IBM Company, and from Group1/Pitney Bowes Software, Inc.

Dennis settled in the city of College Park in the mid-1990’s and soon thereafter became involved with the Lakeland Civic Association (LCA) and other neighborhood advocacy affairs. He has served the LCA in many capacities, and has been president of the LCA for more than 6 years.

During his LCA time, Dennis has interacted with City Staff, and Mayor and Council to accomplish a number of initiatives, and considers his ability to grasp the big picture, and to work through details with all stake-holders to arrive at amenable end-results as an asset that will serve well in the future.

Looking forward to the next Council term Dennis expects to enhance relationships with Council, and constituents, and in general to tackle stabilization/quality-of-life, public safety, and all day-to-day issues facing the City.


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Robert W. Day, Sr.
Councilmember, District 3
7410 Baylor Avenue
College Park, MD 20740

I have lived in College Park Estates with my wife Melissa and our sons Robert Jr., Matthew and Maxwell, for 16 years.

I have been an active member of the community for 14 years through many boards and commissions. Until I was elected to the Council, I was the President of the College Park Estates Civic Association, Chair of the Rent Stabilization Board, member of the Noise Control Board, current member and two-term former chair of the Advisory Planning Commission. I have also served as the 2003 Vice Chair and 2011 Chair of the City Redistricting Commission, and member of the Advisory Planning Group for 2002 US 1 Corridor Sector Plan.

I have worked to represent resident and neighborhood interests to improve the Quality of Life in our community. Throughout all of my board and committee roles, and now as a councilmember, I have been a strong voice, asking the tough questions and focusing on representing the needs and desires of the community. My goal in running for re-election is to continue being a strong leader in building a better College Park which will remain a community that people and businesses want to call home for years to come.

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Stephanie E. Stullich
Councilmember, District 3
7400 Dartmouth Avenue
College Park, MD 20740

A City Councilmember since January 2007, Stephanie has lived in College Park with her husband Bob Schnabel for 19 years. She previously served as president of the Old Town Civic Association and on the Committee for a Better Environment, and co-authored a book on the history of College Park. She recently co-chaired the Neighborhood Stabilization and Quality of Life Work Group. Stephanie works at the U.S. Department of Education.

Stephanie believes we have many opportunities to make College Park a more vibrant, safe, and attractive community. She has been a vocal advocate for supporting effective police services and building more student housing near the University campus. Redevelopment will continue to change College Park; we must work hard to reduce traffic, attract high-quality locally-owned retail and restaurants, ensure new developments are moderate density and environmentally sensitive, and create a walkable and vibrant downtown. Stephanie will continue to vigorously support the Purple Line and oppose efforts to redirect traffic through established neighborhoods.

Stephanie believes constituent service and keeping the community informed is one of a councilmember’s most important roles. She invites residents to share their concerns and ideas so that we can work together to make College Park a better place.


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Alan Y. Hew
Councilmember, District 4
9118 Autoville Drive
College Park, MD 20740

My experience of College Park began in 1991 while attending the University of Maryland. I graduated in 1994 with a B.S. in Natural Resources Management, with an emphasis on Environmental Education & Parks Management. I continued working at UMD, living nearby in Adelphi. I moved to College Park in 2005.

In 2007, I became involved with Jefferson Properties Inc. (JPI) West efforts to develop in our community; the economy derailed that development. Then I became involved in the update to the County’s Sector Plan for US Rt 1.

I served on the Animal Welfare Committee. I am on the Committee for a Better Environment, focusing on Energy Efficiency workshops. I served on the 2011 Redistricting Commission for College Park. And I also serve on this year’s College Park Day Committee.

This year I became the Autoville community liaison working with the Monument Village at College Park project (successor to JPI West) on their Detailed Site Plan.

I believe community involvement is essential to any community worth living in. North College Park is the focus of the City’s next wave of development. Assuring smart development and development that will complement its surrounding community is why I am running for City Council.


Denise C. Mitchell
Councilmember, District 4 Mayor Pro Tem
c/o 4500 Knox Road 
College Park, MD 20740

Councilmember Denise Mitchell was first elected to the Council in 2009. She has lived in the City of College Park with her family since 1975. Prior to her serving on the Council, Ms. Mitchell was a member of the West College Park Civic Association Board of Directors and also Past Chair for the City of College Park Education Advisory Committee. During her time on Council she has also represented the City on the Human Development and Policy Committee for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and the National League of Cities respectively. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Maryland Municipal League.

Ms. Mitchell is a graduate of Rutgers’s University where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health and The University of the District of Columbia, with her Masters of Art degree in Early Childhood Education and Administration. Ms. Mitchell’s passion is education in addition to advocating for the rights of seniors as they age in place. Ms. Mitchell will continue to collaborate with all our stakeholders to make the City a viable one that families would move to raise their families as well as to continue to partner with our flagship school, The University of Maryland.