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Welcome to iGovHarford - Harford County's Virtual Town Hall Event Page:

Harford County Seal

County Executive Barry Glassman's
Virtual Town Hall Budget Input Meeting

The County Executive wants to hear your budget priorities for FY 2016.

"As my administration seeks to improve customer service through the use of technology, I am proud to host Harford County's first annual virtual town hall meeting on the budget, with multiple opportunities for public comment through media ranging from Facebook and Twitter to tried-and-true phone calls and U.S. Mail." - County Executive Barry Glassman

Please send the county executive your input at your convenience before, during and after the event using any of the following:

Email:
iGovHarford@harfordcountymd.gov
Phone:
443-412-2700 (Activated ONLY during the live event on 01/27/2015)
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/iGovHarford
Mailing address:
Barry Glassman
Harford County Executive
220 S. Main St.
Bel Air, Md. 20104
Twitter:
@iGovHarford

Click here for more information about this event and the county budget process.

COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE:

  • County Executive, Barry Glassman on Comcast Newsmakers
    Watch Harford County Executive Barry Glassman talk about economic development and job creation, the heroin epidemic and his proposed rain tax repeal on Comcast Newsmakers, recorded Dec. 2, 2014.
  • COUNTY COUNCIL:

    COMMUNITY SERVICES:

    DPW - ENGINEERING:

  • Transportation
    Roundabouts are intersections with a central island in which traffic must circulate to the left. They are different from Traffic Circles in that they are low speed and vehicles yield to traffic already in the circle. Additionally, “Normal” four leg intersections have 32 possible conflict points (locations where collisions may occur), with the potential for high speed, right angle or head-on collisions. The modern roundabout only has a possible 4 conflict points with low speeds (about 15 mph) and much less serious, merging type of accidents. Roundabouts eliminate the left turn, head-on and right angle accidents, which are the three most dangerous types. For further information, please contact the Harford County Bureau of Highway Engineering and Water Resources at 410-638-3509.
  • DPW - ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS:

    DPW - WATER AND SEWER:

  • Can The Grease
    This is a public service announcement from Harford County Department of Public Works, Water & Sewer. Help prevent problems with your sewer system by following the preventative maintenance techniques outlined in this video. Help us can the grease in Harford County sewers and prevent sewer backups.
  • ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:

    EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER:

    LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE (LEPC):

    PARKS AND RECREATION:

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