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).

Leslie Salvatori
  1. Local Seniors Go to Annapolis to Discuss Issues

    Eight Kent and Queen Anne’s County representatives spent March 20 in Annapolis meeting with officials to discuss issues of importance to seniors. The state-wide event was organized by the coalition United Seniors of Maryland. Read on...
  2. Weekend Closure of 213 Bridge, Centreville March 29- April 1

    Weekend Closure of "213-Bridge" Centreville - Bridge will close 7pm Fri Mar 29 - Closure will last till 5am Mon April 1 - Detour signs will be posted - All work is - weather permitting *for more info contact State Highway Administration Read on...
  3. Apprenticeship Maryland Program Seeks Businesses and Students

    Queen Anne’s County is proud to join five other counties in the Apprenticeship Maryland Program (AMP) administered by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation. Read on...
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