The purpose of the Adult Public Guardianship Review Board is to ensure that the public guardian is doing a good job for the disabled.
The Commission on Aging was formed at the inception of the Department of Aging in 1981 as an advisory body as required by the Older Americans Act.
The purpose of the Agricultural Preservation Board is to advise county government with respect to establishment of agricultural districts and the approval of purchases of easements by the foundation within the County.
The Agricultural Reconciliation Commission was formed when Queen Anne's County passed a "Right to Farm" law. The commission is charged with the administration of this bill.
On May 11, 2004 Governor Ehrlich signed into law the requirement for each County in the State of Maryland to establish a local Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of substance abuse prevention, intervention and treatment services.
The Animal Control Commission shall advise the County Commissioners on all questions of general policy relating to animal control in the County. The commission shall furthermore, when appropriate, bring matters of public interest to the attention of the County Administrator.
The Zoning Appeals Board holds public hearings on requests for variances, conditional uses and appeals relating to Queen Anne's County Code.
The purpose of the Bay Bridge Airport Commission is to investigate, review, report and make recommendations on the use and future use of the Bay Bridge Airport and its facilities, to review periodically the operating procedures of the Airport in order to assure compatibility of such procedures with the welfare of the community, and to uphold the Bay Bridge Airport Minimum Standards.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will advise and make recommendations to the County on bicycle and pedestrian access issues.
Learn about the Blue Heron Golf Course Advisory Committee.
The Board of Building Appeals was established to hear and decide appeals of orders, decisions or determinations made by the building official, relative to the application and interpretation of the Building Code.
Meet the County Commissioners, and review the meeting documents published.
The Board of Elections works to conduct all elections (state, federal and special) in Queen Anne's County.
The Queen Anne’s County Partnerships for Children serves as the primary structure for the County to develop and maintain an effective and efficient system of services for children, adolescents, and families.
The purpose of the Council for Children and Youth is to promote children’s issues in Queen Anne’s County.
The Department of Emergency Services Advisory Council (DESAC) is to advise the department on matters of policy regarding the provision for emergency services in the County.
The purpose of the Economic Development Commission is to develop a vibrant economy with the necessary human and business resources to provide the highest quality of life for all residents, while preserving the County’s distinctive cultural and environmental heritage.
The purpose of the Economic Development Incentive Fund Commission is to provide economic development programs and initiatives to foster new commercial opportunities while continuing to focus on intrinsic development of existing business entities.
The Electrical Examiners and Supervisors is responsible for examining the qualifications and capabilities of persons who are engaged, or desire to engage, in business as a master or limited electrician, and to perform such other functions designated by the Board of County Commissioners.
The Employee Awards Committee provides oversight for all County employee awards.
The Ethics Commission devises, receives, and maintains all forms generated under this code.
The Fire and EMS Commission's mission is to coordinate the activities of the volunteer fire and ambulance departments, and advise the County Commissioners on matters regarding fire suppression, fire prevention, rescue and volunteer emergency medical services within the County.
View a list of board members for the Friends of Historic Christ Church.
The purpose of the Housing Authority is to provide decent, safe and affordable housing for the residents of Queen Anne’s County.
The Kent Narrows Development Foundation was created in May 1990 to facilitate the revitalization of the Kent Narrows, a 955-acre waterfront area, which has been identified as a strategically important asset for the future of Queen Anne’s County.
The Board is responsible for reviewing alcoholic beverage license applications, issuing licenses, license renewals, enforcement of laws, and printing, publishing and updating alcoholic beverage regulations.
The mission of this board is to promote a safe, healthy and stable environment for all Queen Anne's County children and families by achieving a comprehensive system of education, health and human services whose effectiveness and responsiveness addresses the needs of children and families through public and private interagency collaboration.
The Local Workforce Investment Board is responsible for setting policy for the portion of the statewide workforce investment system within the local area.
The mission of MSMHS is to continually improve the provision of Mental Health services through effective collaboration with consumers of service, family members, providers and community leaders.
The Board advises the Department of Parks and Recreation and the County Commissioners on all questions of general policy relating to parks and public recreation in the County.
The Personnel Board exists to hear and decide all appeals by members of the classified service from personnel actions taken by the County.
The Commission makes and approves plans they recommend to the Board of County Commissioners for adoption.
The board hears and attempts to resolve complaints, disputes, or questions regarding plumbing matters with property owners or their agents, licensed plumbers or the plumbing inspector.
Members of the Property Tax Assessment Board are recommended by the county commissioners and appointed by the Governor of Maryland. Earliest county records show appointments being made in 1978.
The Regional Behavioral Health Advisory Committee advises county and state officials on the needs of citizens with mental illness in this region and to identify ways in which these needs can be met.
The Social Service Board serves in an advisory capacity to the director and members act as liaisons to bring concerns from their communities and to take back information.
The Sustainable Communities Council is responsible for producing a Climate Action Plan and implementing the programs and projects detailed in the plan to the greatest extent achievable within available funding and resource allocation.
The Task Force on Government Sustainability is tasked with making recommendations to the commissioners on restructuring operations to ensure long term sustainability while maintaining critical services.
The Board of Trustees originated from the Certificate of Need group to open the mid-shore mental health facility. The board exercises the power of the corporation, controls its property, and conducts its affairs.