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FAQs about Development Reviews
1. What fees will I have to pay when filing a subdivision or site plan?
2. What is the application process for filing a subdivision or site plan? ADD LINK HERE
3. Where do I apply to have a Perc Test done? Please call the Queen Anne's County Environmental Health Department by calling ( 410) 758-2281
4. Who do I contact if there is a nuisance on my neighbor's property? Please contact the Queen Anne's County Zoning Office by calling (410) 758-4088.
5. Where can I obtain a plat of my property? If you property is within a subdivision we may have a copy in our office. If not, you may go to the Queen Anne's County Circuit Court and check with their Land Records Department. You may reach them by calling ( 410) 758-1773.
6. Wher can I obtain a copy of my deed? Please contact the Land Records Department for Queen Anne's County by calling ( 410) 758-1773.
7. When will my property be able to use Public Water and Sewer? Please contact the Queen Anne's County Sanitary District by calling ( 410) 643-3535.
8. Where do I pay my Property Taxes? Please contact the Queen Anne's County Finance Office by calling ( 410) 758-4064.
9. Where can I found information about the County Commissioner's meetings? Please contact the Commissioner's Office by calling (410) 758-4098.
10. How do I apply for a variance to build a structure on my property that is not permitted? Please contact Cathy Maxwell with the Board of Appeals by calling
11. Who do I contact if I have wandering animals on my property? Please contact the Queen Anne's County Animal Control by calling (410) 758-2393.
12. Who do I contact to find out how my property is being assessed? Please contact the State of Maryland Assessments and Taxation Office by calling ( 410) 819-4160.
13. Can you view the Zoning Maps online? At this time, we do not have the Zoning Maps available online. You may visit our office during normal business hours and view the zoning maps.
14. How do I find out what the zoning of my property is? You may call our office with your tax account number, zoning map, block and parcel number or street address and we can locate your zoning for you.