Community Affairs - Public Information

Queen Anne's County Community Affairs gathers and disseminates information internally (for Commissioners and Employees) and externally (for public) Community Affairs assists the QAC Government with the goal of being transparent to its citizens and visitors. We promote events, initiatives and programs from Commissioners and County Departments. We also support other agencies and organizations with the promotion and dissemination of information to the public (other agencies include Library, State Highway Administration, Sheriff's Office, Utilities).

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Leslie Salvatori

Public information ensures the Public is aware of issues, actions and opportunities occurring through out the county using all the various media options to accomplish this goal including but not limited to press releases, social media and qac.org. The Public Information division of Community Affairs also handles all public information for the Department of Emergency Services during normal business hours and during times of emergencies, including response to the county Emergency Operations Center.

Press Releases

For copies or information about a current or past press release, email Leslie Salvatori.

  1. The newly resurfaced Goodhands Creek Landing has re-opened

    This project was funded by a Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ Waterway Improvement Program grant awarded to Queen Anne’s County. The paving was done by local company David A. Bramble, Inc. Read on...
  2. Big Changes at QAC Parks & Recreation

    The Parks Division and the Recreation Division in QAC have been reunited as one Parks & Recreation Department and are under the leadership of a new director who brings 30 years of experience in running recreation programs and park management. Read on...
  3. QAC Emergency Preparedness Seminars Offered Free to Groups, Clubs and Neighborhoods

    On April 6th, Joseph Cichocki, of QAC Department of Emergency Services congratulated the residents of Symphony Village for having kept their CERT program active for 10 years. Read on...
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