The Howard County Community Resources Campus on Patuxent Woods Drive has centralized the delivery of services to the County’s most vulnerable residents. By co-locating the Department of Community Resources and Services, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Office of Human Rights and the Community Action Council of Howard County, we are making it much more convenient for residents to obtain the support they need. The NonProfit Collaborative, which currently houses 16 agencies, is just a few steps away. Please take a few minutes to watch this video and see how this Campus is benefitting our community.
County Executive Allan H. Kittleman and Councilmember Jon Weinstein have announced a five-year strategy to mitigate flooding in Ellicott City. To read the report, and see their announcement, click here.