The Berwyn Town Council has approved the resurfacing of the 5600 and 5700 blocks of Ruatan and Seminole streets.

The construction schedule has not been decided by the council, but residents will be notified before work starts. For information, call 474-5000. CITY OF BOWIE

The Bowie City Council will hold a public hearing at 8 p.m. Monday on three proposed storm water management sites for the 96-unit Bowie Forest town house development under construction on the south side of Rte. 450.

The hearing will be held at City Hall, 2614 Kenhill Dr. For information, call 262-6200.

In other news, the city council is seeking residents to fill several vacancies on three of its advisory committees: the Educational System Study Committee, the Ethics Commission and the Advisory Planning Board.

For more information, contact City Clerk Edith Maylack at 262-6200, Ext. 217. To be considered for a vacancy, send a resume to the city clerk at 2614 Kenhill Dr., Bowie, Md. 20715. CITY OF GREENBELT

Greenbelt City Council elections will take place from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15.

The city's five council seats will be decided. All five council members are seeking reelection. Also on the ballot are Keith Chernikoff and Irene Hensel. Candidates run at-large and select a mayor among themselves once elected.

Council members normally serve a two-year term, but because elections will be held in November, 1989 instead of September, this year's members will serve about 26 months.

Residents may vote at the following precincts: 3rd Precinct, Greenbelt Municipal Building, 25 Crescent Rd.; 6th Precinct, North End School, Ridge Rd.; Springhill Lake Dr., 8th Precinct, and Greenbriar Community Center, 7600 Hanover Pkwy., 13th Precinct.

For information, call 474-8000. TOWN OF MORNINGSIDE

The Morningside Police Department wants resident's input on whether or not to prohibit parking in areas of high traffic congestion.

Residents may make suggestions by calling the police department at 736-7400.