1. Emergency Operations Center Activated August 4

    Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services, Director Scott Haas has announced that the County’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) was activated at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday, August 4th in response to Tropical Storm Isaias. Read on...
  2. QAC County Ride will Suspend Services Tue Aug 4 due to weather

    Due to the impending tropical storm all County Ride services will be suspended for Tuesday, August 4. County Ride will provide emergency transport under the direction of Queen Anne’s Emergency Operations Center tomorrow. Read on...
  3. Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services Continues to Monitor Tropical Storm Isaias

    Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services continues to monitor Tropical Storm Isaias and urges residents to prepare. We have the potential for flooding, tidal surge in low lying areas and tropical storm force winds. Read on...
  4. Queen Anne’s County Monitoring Hurricane Isaias

    Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services, urges Queen Anne’s County residents to prepare as we closely monitor the track of Hurricane Isaias. Read on...
  5. Todd Mohn's Wrap Up to the July 28 County Commissioner Meeting

    Todd Mohn's Wrap Up to the July 28 County Commissioner Meeting Read on...

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