City of Havre de Grace reserves parking spots for veterans.

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    For Immediate Release November 26, 2019 The City of Havre de Grace announced it has permanently reserved parking spots throughout the city for veteran parking. The parking spots located along Union Avenue, Saint John Street, and the entrances of Tydings and Concord Point Parks not only welcome veterans to the City of Havre de Grace… Read more »

    Letter from Mayor Martin and Q&A regarding Capital Improvement Plan

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    Fellow Citizens of Havre de Grace, For the last 24 months, the Water and Sewer Commission has worked diligently to identify and develop a practical and affordable plan to address the City’s aging water and sewer infrastructure. The members of the Water & Sewer Commission include our own citizens and neighbors that have varying backgrounds… Read more »

    City’s Utilities Open House Day

    City’s Utilities Open House Day Saturday, December 14, 2019 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. The City of Havre de Grace will be hosting an open house and tours of its Water Treatment Plant located at 415 Saint John Street and the Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 1 Jerry Foster Way. -The Havre de Grace Water… Read more »

    City of Havre de Grace Receives Prestigious Sustainable Maryland Certified Award from UMD at Maryland Municipal League Conference

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    City of Havre de Grace Receives Prestigious Sustainable Maryland Certified Award from UMD at Maryland Municipal League Conference College Park, MD (October 16, 2019) – The Environmental Finance Center at the University of Maryland announced that the City of Havre de Grace was one of 17 Maryland municipalities honored at the Sustainable Maryland Awards Ceremony at the Maryland Municipal League’s annual Fall Conference on Tuesday in Cambridge, Maryland. “Through the Sustainable Maryland Certified program, Havre de Grace has been given… Read more »

    Message from the Department of Planning Regarding Flood Risk:

    The hurricane season for 2019 began on June 1st and does not end until November 30th.  We may escape the effects of Dorian, but any heavy or prolonged rain can cause extensive flooding in our City. The City of Havre de Grace has had our Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) revised by FEMA which became effective on… Read more »