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).

  1. Queen Anne’s County Local Management Board’s Out of School Time Grant for Programs Request for Pro

    Queen Anne’s County Local Management Board has issued a Request for Proposals on June 26, 2020 for the Queen Anne’s County After School/Out of School Time Program Initiative, with funding provided by Queen Anne’s County Commission. Read on...
  2. QAC Seeking Citizens to Serve on Boards & Commissions

    The Queen Anne’s County Commissioners are looking for county citizens to fill vacancies on multiple county boards and commissions. The deadline for applications will remain open until filled. Read on...
  3. 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...
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