A Code Blue plan is in effect. Grassroots will be available for overnight sheltering. Please call 410-531-6677. For more information and resources, CLICK HERE.  

As the federal government shutdown continues, please share this Howard County Government resource list for those affected employees who might be experiencing difficulties during this challenging time. We appreciate our community partners who are taking steps to alleviate the impact of this furlough. To view and download the list CLICK HERE.
Read about the Fiscal Year 2020 Spending Affordability Advisory Committee and the schedule of upcoming meetings by clicking here.
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball is seeking public input on transportation challenges facing our community as the County prepares to submit its annual Priority Letter to the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT).

The Priority Letter - due to MDOT this April, will recommend Howard County’s prioritized transportation projects for MDOT’s FY 2020-2025 Consolidated Transportation Program. For more information, and to offer your suggestions, visit https://bit.ly/2CsmJhv.

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  • I was surprised - feeling humbled, honored and appreciative of this award.
    It's truly a reflection of outstanding teamwork, involving people in and out of the government throughout the budgeting process. I love the people I work with and love our community - it's the BEST! Thanks for support and we'll keep making progress.

    Holly Sun2018 Howard County Employee of the Year
  • I love learning, and teaching gives me the opportunity to learn all the time.  For me, yes, I'm the teacher of the class, but I don't see myself as the sole possessor of knowledge.
    I can learn just as much from the students as I can bring to them.

    Shalonda HoltBiology teacher, Centennial High School
    Courtesy of the Baltimore Sun