1. Capacity Restrictions on Queen Anne’s County Beaches

    At their last meeting, the Commissioners voted to implement residency restrictions for access to Matapeake Beach and the beaches at Terrapin and Ferry Point Nature Preserves during periods of overcrowding that has occurred on summer weekends during COVID. Read on...
  2. COVID-19 Testing for Queen Anne’s County Residents Opens June 30

    The Queen Anne’s County Department of Health will be offering COVID-19 testing for county residents starting Tuesday, June 30th. Our community testing is being offered on a first come first served basis to Queen Anne’s County residents only. Read on...
  3. Public Health Changes to County Beaches and Fishing Piers

    The County Commissioners voted at their June 23 meeting to implement operational changes at certain county beaches due to Public Health and sanitation concerns. Due to a compelling interest to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 from other regions with Read on...
  4. Queen Anne’s County Independence Day Fireworks scheduled for July 1st

    The Annual Independence Day Celebration will be a fireworks show only on July 1, 2020. There are no scheduled activities and the Chesapeake Heritage Visitors Center will not be open to the public. Read on...
  5. MVA Services Have Reopened at the Liberty Building in Centreville

    The budget and finance department has reopened their MVA services at the Liberty Building located at 107 N Liberty Street in Centreville. The counter is open from 8:00 am – 4:15 pm, Monday through Friday. Cash and check only are accepted at this time. Read on...


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