City Offices and Facilities Closed Sunday May 26 & May 27- In Observance of Memorial Day

City Offices and Facilities will be closed Sunday, May 26, and Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. As always, the Takoma Park Police Department is open for emergency services. We wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday.

Library Renovations: Updated: May 14, 2024 -TKPK Celebrates a Major Construction Milestone With a Structural Steel Topping-off Ceremony on May 21 from 3-3:30 pm

The scheduling of demolition and construction timelines are pending weather.

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Ward 2 - Cindy Dyballa

Ward 2 Councilmember Cindy Dyballa

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Cindy Dyballa
Phone: 240-320-6494
Email Councilmember Dyballa
Pronouns: she/her

About Ward 2 Councilmember Cindy Dyballa

Cindy is an enthusiastic long-term Takoma Park resident. She and her spouse Steve Nadel live on Elm Ave across from Forest Park, having moved from the Boston area.  Their daughter Marcy now lives in Fairbanks, AK.

A water resources professional with federal and state experience (US Environmental Protection Agency, US Dept. of the Interior), Cindy now has a consulting practice, Sligo Creek Resources, which assists nonprofits and communities with water and energy policies and programs. Her favorite and first professional job was with the Cooperative Extension Service as a community development agent focusing on natural resources issues.

Until her election to City Council, Cindy served on the board of the local Takoma Foundation. Cindy co-chaired the City’s Committee on the Environment for four years and served as vice-chair on the City’s Recreation Committee.  She has been an active volunteer with several organizations, including Casa de Maryland and Dining for Women’s grants committee.

Cindy earned a master’s degree from Cornell University in natural resources management and a bachelor’s in environmental studies from Vassar College. The daughter of an immigrant baker and the first in her family to complete college, she was raised on then-rural eastern Long Island. Cindy is passionate about hiking, dancing, the ocean, and making a difference.

Ward 2 Councilmember Cindy Dyballa – Newsletter Information

 

What Ward Do I Live In?

The City of Takoma Park is divided into six wards each represented by a single councilmember. The councilmembers are elected every two years in a general election. Please use the downloadable street list and map below to determine in which ward your household is located.

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Live in Ward 2?

Attend a council meeting or contact your councilmember:

Cindy Dyballa

Ward 2 Councilmember

240-320-6494CindyD@takomaparkmd.gov

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