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  • free testing of covid19
  • face covering
  • MC311 Website
  • Library Website
  • Ride On Website
  • Recreation Website
  • County Council
  • procurement
  • Recycling Website
  • MCG Careers Website
  • DHCA Website
  • HHS Website
  • CountyStat Website
  • volunteer center
  • MC Economic Development, Corp.
  • biz portal
  • Visit Montgomery County Website
  • Parking Website

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Vote By Mail

To Vote by Mail, You Must Request a Ballot.

Ballots will not be automatically mailed to voters for the November 3, 2020 election. To request a ballot:

  • Visit the Voter Registration and Mail-in Ballot Request page on the Maryland State Board of Elections website. You must provide your complete information so we can verify your voter registration before mailing you a ballot.
  • In Step 9, the “Mail-in Ballot Request”, select “I would like to receive a mail-in ballot.”
  • Under delivery type, select “in the mail”. The other types are only recommended for overseas voters and voters with disabilities. They require a bipartisan team of poll workers, or Election Judges, to review your ballot and hand copy your choices before your votes can be counted.

If you request a ballot, please vote as soon as possible using that ballot. Postage is prepaid, so you can return it by mail or at a Board of Elections dropbox. Do not wait until Election Day. If you do, bring your ballot with you to avoid waiting in a long line and then having to vote a provisional ballot.

Visit www.777vote.org for more information.

everyone counts in montgomery county

united states census 2020What is the Census?
Every 10 years, the federal government conducts a population count of everyone in the United States.

Why is the Census important?

  • Every year, the federal government allocates more than $675 Billion in funding based on census data.
  • Every Marylander not counted costs the state approximately $18,250 over 10 years.
  • Census data is used to plan schools, new homes and businesses and improve neighborhoods.

Who needs to respond to the Census and is my information secure?
The census counts every household and person living in the U.S., this includes both citizens and non-citizens. The U.S. Census Bureau must keep all information confidential.

covid-19 update and information
REC Room: This virtual recreation hub provides DIY arts & crafts, fitness videos, virtual classes and tours, and fun ideas for any age. Click on the "Free Activities" tab where you can find many fun things to do!.
County's Public Libary programs: MCPL offers programs and services including: book clubs, arts and craft instruction, computer help, tax preparation, music performances, music lessons & performances, and health & wellness programs.
Montgomery County's Engage@HOME: Engage@HOME is a new YouTube Channel from Montgomery County’s Caregiver Support program. We spotlight trusted virtual opportunities to help viewers stay engaged with our community. Episodes feature interesting and fun videos.

Visit montgomerycountymd.gov/covid19.

Fall Registration
Begins Aug. 24.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 response, print copies of the GUIDE are not currently available.

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Visit activemontgomery.org

One account is all you need to register for activities, reserve available facilities and purchase memberships offered by Montgomery Parks, Montgomery County Recreation and CUPF!

Featured Programs

Property Tax

Property Taxes

View property tax records to view and/or make payments on-line by credit card or bank account as appropriate.

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MPIA Request

MPIA Request

When requesting public records maintained by Montgomery County Government, please reference the contact list and forward your inquiry to the appropriate departmental representative(s). 

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COVID-19 County Employee Information

As an MCG employee, you may have questions about how this will affect you and your workplace. Read the following FAQs carefully to stay informed about the most current workplace policies regarding COVID-19.

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Census 2020

Census 2020

EVERYONE COUNTS IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY! All United States residents must be counted, including citizens and those residents who are not citizens.

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Procurement Solicitation Tracker

Solicitation Tracker

View the status of a solicitation from issuance to contract execution. Begin by entering a solicitation number or description.

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Open  Budget

Open Budget

Provides you with an intuitive way to understand how our budget is structured and get the answers you need.

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Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU)

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU)

An Accessory Dwelling Unit is a residential unit that is either added to an existing one-family dwelling or in a separate accessory structure on the same lot as an existing one-family dwelling. Find more information.

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Paperless Airplane

News and information from Montgomery County Office of Public Information.

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Minimum Wage Increases

Minimum Wage Increases

Minimum wage is set to rise in Montgomery County on July 1. The size of the increase is determined by the number of workers employed by the business.

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Data Montgomery

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Direct access to County data sets in consumable formats is available here. The public can review and analyze, and use the data sets for a variety of purposes.

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CountyStat

CountyStat

See how the County and its departments are performing by exploring performance dashboards and data visualizations.

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VisionZero

VisionZero

The County is putting resources in place to reduce severe and fatal collisions on County roads by 35 percent for vehicle occupants, bicyclists, and pedestrians, by November 2019.

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Inspector General Hotline

Inspector General Hotline

Report Fraud, Waste, or Abuse Related to the County Government, Independent County Agencies, or Montgomery County Funded Educational Systems

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Foster Parents

Foster Parents

Raise hope and foster dreams... Become A Foster Parent in Montgomery County!

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Americans with Disability Act (ADA)

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Find out what the County is doing to ensure its programs and services are accessible.

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safe speed

SafeSpeed

Find the locations of safe speed and red light cameras, and how to pay a speed camera citation on-line.

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Bus Rapid Transit

Flash: Bus Rapid Transit

The County’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line, which will operate along US 29 — the busiest transit corridor in Montgomery County.

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Community Guide for Immigrant Residents

Community Guide for Immigrant Residents

The Gilchrist Center is committed to doing everything we can do to ensure that all residents of Montgomery County feel safe and valued.

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County Cable Montgomery

County Cable

County Cable Montgomery (CCM) is on Comcast and RCN Ch 6, and Verizon on Ch 30.

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