Our mission is to communicate with the public and maintain positive and effective relationships with governing bodies, other public entities, and the community at large. By focusing on outreach, adapting to stakeholders’ needs and feedback, and keeping them informed, we seek to further the county administration’s goals of responsiveness, transparency and efficiency.
We also assist volunteers interested in applying for appointments to the county executive’s advisory boards and commissions, and we serve as a resource for the county executive’s regional Community Advisory Boards. Please follow the links on the left for more information.
To seek an answer to a problem, share a compliment, or to voice your opinion, please call our Division of Citizens Affairs at 410-638-3420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Congratulations to Dispatcher Joy Clark for being awarded the 2018 Harford County Telecommunicator of the Year Award by the Maryland Emergency Number Association (MENA) and the Maryland Emergency Numbers Systems Board (ENSB).
Congratulations to all the winners of the Hope Against Addiction Art Contest!
Thank you to everyone that participated in this year's 6th Annual Human Rope to Stop the Dope.
Former Boston Celtic, Chris Herren shared his inspiring story of addiction and recovery at Havre de Grace High School.
We would like to thank all American veterans for their service, and especially our county employees who served our nation and who now serve the citizens of Harford County.
Harvard Medical School professor Dr. Bertha K. Madras outlines causes & recommendations in the opioid epidemic: "In defense of our brains, the repository of our humanity."
County Executive Barry Glassman was proud to attend the Gold Star Families Memorial in Havre de Grace and speak on behalf of Harford County