Information about hurricane season

    The typical hurricane season runs from June 1st to November 30th. This year is expected to be a busy year for hurricanes and tropical storms. Even without a hurricane or tropical storm, heavy rains can cause extensive flooding in our City. The City of Havre de Grace has had our Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM)… Read more »

    2020 Census

    The 2020 Census count has begun, and it is very important for everyone in Harford County to participate. The census affects our representation at all levels of government and determines how billions of dollars in federal funds are spent, supporting schools, hospitals, fire companies, and other vital services. It also supports agencies when sending support… Read more »

    City Hall to Reopen to the public on June 15, 2020.

    Beginning tomorrow at 8:00 A.M., City Hall will reopen to the public for customer and constituent services. We ask that citizens entering City Hall follow all CDC guidelines pertaining to COVID-19, which include observing social distancing and wearing a face covering. While City Hall is open, we want to remind and encourage Citizens to use… Read more »

    Temporary Food Truck Permit

    Applications submitted will not be issued until brick and mortal restaurants may open. Download application