Council members deliberated for nearly two hours.
The city is now pushing to become a top-20 college town by 2030.
The city’s director of public services expressed hope that the new software would streamline parking enforcement.
The revisions will make the code more in line with Prince George's County's guidelines.
More than 35 residents joined a Zoom town hall Thursday to continue conversations on the center.
Some officials attributed the finding in part to the fewer number of gatherings happening because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A special election will be held Nov. 8.
The department launched a dashboard to track bulk trash collection requests in the city.
For the first time since March, council members and city staff are meeting in person to discuss the city's strategic plan for the next five years.
The project is set to include retail space, a plaza and office space for both the city of College Park and the University of Maryland.