Bowie's city council members are set to discuss the city's budget, the Fourth of July fireworks display and a number of permits and contracts at their meeting Monday night.
In addition to their discussion on the budget, the council is holding two work sessions May 9 and May 14.
At a city council meeting in April, animal activists came to show support for overnight shelter services in the Bowie. The activists did not want their lost pets to be transferred over to county services in Upper Marlboro if they were found by animal control.
The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. in city hall.