Community Affairs - Public Information

Queen Anne's County Community Affairs gathers and disseminates information internally (for Commissioners and Employees) and externally (for public) Community Affairs assists the QAC Government with the goal of being transparent to its citizens and visitors. We promote events, initiatives and programs from Commissioners and County Departments. We also support other agencies and organizations with the promotion and dissemination of information to the public (other agencies include Library, State Highway Administration, Sheriff's Office, Utilities).

  1. Additional Positive Cases of Novel Coronavirus Confirmed in Queen Anne’s County

    Queen Anne’s County Health Officer, Joseph A. Ciotola, Jr., M.D., announces two additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland, Friday March 27, 2020. This brings the total of confirmed cases to four. Read on...
  2. Child Care for Essential Personnel

    Yesterday the State of Maryland announced, beginning at the end of the day on Friday, March 27, 2020, all child care programs are to be closed. During this State of Emergency, child care programs have been established by Read on...
  3. Information about Essential Services during COVID-19

    Information about Essential Services during COVID-19 Contact information for Queen Anne’s County Department of Community Services, Queen Anne’s County Department of Social Services and Haven Ministries during COVID-19 Read on...
View All