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As a Harford County native with over 30 years in public service, I am honored to serve as your seventh county executive. From my early days with the Level Volunteer Fire Company throughout my terms in the local and state legislature, I have promoted fiscal responsibility and our county’s rural values.  

As county executive, my administration is committed to creating opportunities that strengthen our families and communities, enhance economic vitality, and promote excellence in public safety and public education. Each day, our dedicated county employees work efficiently to serve our customers, the citizens of Harford County. Together, we are making government more like your smartphone – smaller, faster and with better customer service. 

To keep you informed of our progress, I invite you to subscribe to my free e-newsletter, “FYI from Barry Glassman”.  My administration has also developed online communication tools for convenient, 24/7 access to information.  For more personal service, our Office of Governmental & Community Relations welcomes the opportunity to answer your questions, solve problems, and hear your comments. Learn more in the links on this page. 

I said at my inauguration that we would not squander this chance to make a difference. On behalf of my entire administration, thank you again for the opportunity to be of service.   
 

Barry Glassman
County Executive

  1. Nominees Sought for 30th Annual Harford’s Most Beautiful People Awards

    Do you know an unsung hero? Each year, the Harford County Department of Community Services searches for local citizens who selflessly assist those around them, and honors their service at the annual Harford’s Most Beautiful People Awards ceremony. Additional Info...
  2. Harford County Rededicates Broad Creek Boat Ramp Following Completion of Improvement Project

    County Executive Barry Glassman’s administration on Wednesday, May 11, rededicated the Broad Creek Boat Ramp in Darlington following enhancements to the ramp and parking area. Additional Info...
  3. Harford County Citizens Complete Rigorous Training to Become Volunteer Community Mediators

    A group of dedicated Harford County citizens have successfully completed 45 hours of Basic Mediation Training to become volunteer community mediators. Additional Info...
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