The Town Of Capitol Heights Civic Association (TCHCA) is a membership-based community group. The TCHCA is organized as a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. The primary goal of the TCHCA is to positively contribute to the community we love: the Town of Capitol Heights. In all of our community work, the TCHCA is laser-focused on the incorporated Town of Capitol Heights. This includes about 5,000-plus residents residing in the inner beltway of Prince George's County.
TCHCA exists to support and amplify the efforts of its local, county, and state government where quality of life issues for its residents are concerned.
TCHCA works in conjunction with any and all stakeholders that desire to see upward mobility and positive change within the Town. That means, we accept membership and partnership from all levels of elected leadership, businesses, non-profit organizations, faith-based groups, and all stakeholders inside and outside the Town. We especially hope that our residents, within the Town, will join and allow their voices to be heard.
The TCHCA Executive Board is made up of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, a board rep, and immediate past-president. However, the most important members are its community members/volunteers. Join today!
For anyone interested in learning more about the Town of Capitol Heights Civic Association, please take a look at the organization's Bylaws.