Commissioner News, Calendar and Hot Topics 

  1. NEWS
  1. EOC Update - Donation Information

    QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES An official donation site has been set up for victims of the Kent Island Tornado event which occurred on July 24th 2017. The collection site will be located at the Kent Island United Methodist Churc Read on...
  2. Emergency Shelters are Closing at Noon

    Emergency Shelters closing in Queen Anne’s County No residents are currently being housed in the emergency shelter that was opened at Centreville Middle School. The emergency shelter will be closing at noon. Read on...
  1. EOC Update - 7/25/17

    A severe weather event, an EF2 tornado which was confirmed by the National Weather Service went through Stevensville in the Bay City area around 1:30 am, Monday July 24. All searches have been completed for life threats and injuries. There was only Read on...
  2. Storm Update from Dept of Public Works

    DPW – Roads and Solid Waste Division Special Operating Procedures July 25, 2017 - July 29, 2017 - Tornado Recovery & Clean-up County Roads crews will be con Read on...
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​Community News, Info and Events, Calendar

  1. News
  3. Tourism Calendar
  4. Local Events
  1. Public Hearing Aug. 8th for Proposed Solar Facility in Millington

    The hearing will be held on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 6:30 pm at the Holiday Inn, 1020 Kent Narrows Road in Grasonville. Read on...
  2. No more 911 call busy signals on the Midshore

    911 Dispatchers on the Midshore are joining ranks to ensure that 911 callers do not get a busy signal; instead overflow calls will roll over to another trained dispatcher in a neighboring county to insure that all calls are answered by a professional. Read on...
  1. Lego Scavenger Hunt – Saturday, August 5th

    The Kent Island Library is partnering with the Historic Stevensville Art & Entertainment District to sponsor a LEGO® Scavenger Hunt on Saturday August 5, noon to 4 p.m. Read on...
  2. Hogan-Rutherford Administration Announces Over $22 Million to Fight Heroin and Opioid Epidemic

    ANNAPOLIS, MD — Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center, Department of Health, and the Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention today announced more than $22 million to fight the heroin and opioid epidemic. Read on...
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