The investigation comes after District 3 incumbents sent campaign postcards that included the city seal, which could violate city code.
Council members deliberated for nearly two hours.
The revisions will make the code more in line with Prince George's County's guidelines.
Some officials attributed the finding in part to the fewer number of gatherings happening because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The department launched a dashboard to track bulk trash collection requests in the city.
The ruling pertains to parking on the 8400 and 8500 block.
The apartment buildings have become too expensive to maintain as of late, the city's park and planning director said.
One resident called the removal of over 250 trees as a "slaughter" of the tree canopy.
College Park Scholars in Action helped about 20 senior city residents learn about smartphones and other technology at City Hall.