Notice of Public Hearing: April 20, 2020

    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Mayor and City Council will be convening in Council Chambers at 711 Pennington Avenue, Havre de Grace, Maryland to hold a virtual Public Hearing on April 20, 2020 beginning at 7 PM to receive public comment on an Amendment to the City Charter to authorize the Mayor, during a State… Read more »

    Attention, This is an important message from the Department of Public Works. Beginning 8am Monday, March 30, 2020 through 3:00 pm Tuesday, March 31, 2020, the Public Works Team will be installing a storm drain pipe at the intersection of Market Street and Lafayette Street. This intersection will be closed both Monday and Tuesday while this project is being done. Please follow the detour signs should you be traveling in this area. Please call the City of Havre de Grace Public Works Operation Center at 410-939-1800 x-2100 should you have any questions.

    Permit Procedures

    ATTENTION CONTRACTORS AND HOMEOWNERS Effective immediately, the Department of Planning will only be accepting building permit applications electronically.  Please do not drop off paper copies and checks at City Hall.  Applications, forms, and building plans are to be submitted to both these email addresses:    marisaw@havredegracemd.com and colleenc@havredegracemd.com.  The Permit Application and Owner Authorization Forms, are… 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 »

    March 18, 2020 COVID-19 Update from the City of Havre de Grace: 

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    March 18, 2020 COVID-19 Update from the City of Havre de Grace: Today, the City of Havre de Grace released an update for the purpose of outlining its current and continued measures to support the Governor’s Executive Orders released March 12, 2020, as they relate to social distancing to help slow the spread of COVID-19…. Read more »