City of College Park, Maryland

Mayor and Council

Elected Officials

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4500 Knox Road College Park, MD 20740


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


Andrew Fellows represented the 3rd District on the College Park City Council from 2001-2007, and served on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government’s Transportation Planning Board and Chesapeake Bay and Water Resources Policy Committee.

After moving to College Park to attend the University of Maryland as a graduate student, Andy joined and eventually chaired the Veterans Memorial Improvement Committee and the Committee for a Better Environment. Andy was a two-term president of the Graduate Student Government, and served four years as president of the Calvert Hills Citizens Association before being elected to the Council. He is also a longtime member of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Planning Committee.

Andy has worked for Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund’s since 1999, and was named as Chesapeake Regional Director in 2008. He has over 25 years of grassroots organizing, lobbying, electoral, media, development, and management experience. Andy also currently serves by appointment of the Governor on the Maryland Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities.

He and his wife Elizabeth live in the College Park Estates neighborhood with their cat “Lukie” and dog “Clara”, and enjoy movies, reading, Lake Artemesia and rooting for the Orioles to finally start winning again.


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

Patrick Wojahn, 36, is a lawyer and advocate for civil rights. Patrick moved to the D.C. area to attend Georgetown University Law Center in 1999, and graduated cum laude in May 2002. After law school, Patrick worked for the Whitman-Walker Clinic representing people living with HIV/AIDS in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia, and then, with University Legal Services, a disability rights organization, advocating for the rights of people with mental illness. Since 2010, Patrick has worked as a public policy analyst with the National Disability Rights Network, working on issues such as ensuring adequate services for wounded veterans returning from war overseas and protecting housing programs for people with disabilities.

Patrick has years of experience in management and leadership, having served on the Boards of Directors and as staff of various organizations including Equality Maryland and the College Park Food Bank. Patrick is a member of the ACLU, the Sierra Club, and Equality Maryland. Voters in District 1 of College Park elected Patrick to represent them in November 2007. 

Born and raised in Wisconsin, Patrick has lived in College Park for eight years with his partner, Dave Kolesar, who is a native resident of Prince George's County

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Fazlul Kabir
Councilmember, District 1
9817 53rd Avenue
College Park, Maryland 20740
240-487-3501 x 1501


Fazlul Kabir was elected to represent District 1 in November, 2011. He lives with his wife and their two sons, in the east Hollywood area of north College Park.

He was a four-term Secretary and long term member of the North College Park Citizens Association (NCPCA). He is a founding member of the College Park Day, a former member of the City of College Park’s Committee for the Better Environment (CBE), the Neighborhood Watch program and the Sierra Club. In the past, he helped organize the Annual Hollywood Neighborhood Cleanup event, the tree planting event and the winter clothing drive. Recently, he has successfully led a 300+ signature petition drive asking WMATA to install safety camera at Metro’s north College Park entrance.

Fazlul holds a doctorate degree in engineering. He manages a federal project and also teaches at the University of Maryland in College Park.

He has pledged to work towards improved public safety, smart growth across Route 1 and a revitalized Hollywood commercial district with a community center.




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Robert T. Catlin
Councilmember, District 2
8604 49th Avenue
College Park, Maryland 20740

Bob was first elected to the City Council in 1997, and has served as Mayor Pro Tem since December 2004.  Prior to his election to City Council, he served as an officer in the Berwyn District Civic Association.

Bob was born in Akron, Ohio and received B.S. and M.A. degrees from University of Akron in economics.  He moved to the Washington, D.C. area in 1979 to begin work at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, from which he is retired.  Before settling in College Park in May 1989, he lived in Gaithersburg, D.C. and Berwyn Heights.

 Monroe Dennis

Monroe Dennis
Councilmember, District 2
8117 51st Avenue
College Park, Maryland 20740

Monroe Dennis was elected to the City Council representing District Two in November, 2011. He is a native Marylander having grown up and finished high school in Worcester County on the eastern shore of 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 the IBM Company, from which he has retired, and is currently well into a second career as a Technical Support Rep with 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 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.

 Robert Day

Robert Day
Councilmember, District 3
7410 Baylor Avenue
College Park, Maryland 20740


Robert Day was elected to the City Council representing District Three in November, 2011. He has lived in College Park with his wife Melissa and their three sons Robert Jr., Matthew and Maxwell, in College Park Estates for 14 years.

Mr Day has been an active member of the community for 11 years through many boards and commissions. Until his election to the Council, he was the President of the College Park Estates Association, Chair of the College Park Rent stabilization Board, member of College Park Noise Board, and current member and two- term former chair of the College Park Advisory Planning Commission. He has 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.

Mr. Day desires to play a larger role in helping to make sure that College Park remains a community that people and businesses want to call home for years to come. He hopes to provide a fresh set of eyes on the challenges and obligations facing College Park residents and a balanced, common sense approach.

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


A member of the City Council since January 2007, Stephanie has lived in College Park with her husband Bob Schnabel for 15 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.  Stephanie works at the U.S. Department of Education as a program analyst. 

Stephanie recognizes that College Park faces many challenges, but believes we have many opportunities to make our city a more vibrant, safe, and attractive community.  She has been a vocal advocate for sufficient and effective police services, and for building more student housing on and near the campus.  Redevelopment proposals 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 Route 1 traffic through established neighborhoods.

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


 Marcus Afzali bio

Marcus Afzali
Councilmember, District 4
9238 Limestone Place
College Park, Maryland 20740


My family first moved to College Park in the 1980s after immigrating to the United States from England. College Park is my childhood home and was a wonderful place to grow up. I have been active and engaged in government and politics for years and graduated from college with a degree in political science.


I moved back to College Park in 2007 while working for the Maryland Department of Labor and eventually the Maryland Democratic Party. I currently live in the Crystal Springs neighborhood and am a doctoral candidate in Government and Politics. I am running for city council because I believe I can make a difference in my hometown.


While there are citywide issues that must be dealt with, each neighborhood has unique concerns that deserve our attention. In the Woods, we need to work closer with law enforcement to address serious public safety concerns. In Cherry Hill and Autoville, we need to ensure county leaders respect local concerns on the Route One Sector Plan. In Crystal Springs, we need to actively work on making our neighborhood cleaner and more livable for everyone.

I’m asking for your vote this November so I can help address these concerns.

 Denise Mitchell

Denise Mitchell
Councilmember, District 4
3501 Marlbrough Way
College Park, Maryland 20740


Denise received her Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and her Masters of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education with an emphasis in Program Administration from the University of the District of Columbia. Denise has lived in College Park Woods with her parents since 1974. Denise has previously served as a member, Co-Chair and Chair of the Education Advisory Committee and on the Board of Directors of the West College Park Civic Association.

Denise is committed to working diligently to collaborate, communicate with a strong commitment to working with all of the citizens in District 4. She remains committed to the vision of the City while also working to keep the District an area where individuals want to raise their families and to grow older in. She also looks forward to working with the Mayor and the other members of the City Council. Denise will bring forward her new ideas, eagerness to work hard for the City of College Park.