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  • text of Local Liquor Control

    Local liquor control has served Montgomery County well. It contributes $30 million in annual profit to the County – helping us to fund schools, transportation, help for the vulnerable in our midst, and more. It helps to keep taxes lower. We have lower alcohol consumption and higher revenue for public purposes than other jurisdictions. There are not liquor stores on every corner. Our system makes it harder for underage individuals to purchase alcohol and provides more education for the public and for servers as well. It better protects the public health, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Click here to see the benefits of local control. Click here to see the public health benefits. Visit Department of Liquor Control for more information. (Press Release)

  • FY 2016 Operating Budget - announcement

    Leggett FY16 Operating Budget Tightens Belt on County Spending; Property Tax Rate Cut, Solid Waste Fees Down 4 Percent; Economic Development, Schools & Libraries Among Few Increases (Press Release).

  • FY16 Chart - Budget Shortfalls

    Leggett FY16 Operating Budget Tightens Belt on County Spending; Property Tax Rate Cut, Solid Waste Fees Down 4 Percent; Economic Development, Schools & Libraries Among Few Increases (Press Release).

  • FY16 Chart - Government Spending

    Leggett FY16 Operating Budget Tightens Belt on County Spending; Property Tax Rate Cut, Solid Waste Fees Down 4 Percent; Economic Development, Schools & Libraries Among Few Increases (Press Release).

  • Photo: County Executive Leggett joins Officials to Promote Legislation to Boost County School Constr

    Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett joined Councilmember George Leventhal (second from left), Montgomery County Public Schools acting chief operating officer Andy Zucker (at left), House of Delegates Ways & Means Committee chair Sheila Hixson, and County school board member Michael Durso in promoting legislation in Annapolis to boost State support for County school construction.

  • Special Enrollment Period for Affordable Care Act by April 30, 2015

    Adults between the ages of 18 and 64 must have health coverage, or pay a tax penalty. If you paid a 2014 tax penalty, received a reduction in your 2014 tax refund, and do not have health coverage, there is still time to avoid a larger penalty for the 2015 tax year. ENROLL TODAY to reduce 2015 tax year penalties! The sooner you enroll, the less you pay. Deadline is April 30. Visit www.capitalhealthconnection.org for more information

  • Photo:  Leggett Presented with the 2015 Patricia Sullivan Leadership Award

    County Executive Ike Leggett was recently presented with the 2015 Patricia Sullivan Leadership Award from Potomac Community Resources (PCR) at its annual dinner. Pictured (left to right) are: Chuck Short, Special assistant to the CE; Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington and Chairman of the event; Leggett and Msgr. John Enzler, President and CEO of Catholic Charities and one of the founders of PCR.

  • Montgomery County the healthiest County in MD

    Leggett Hails Montgomery County’s #1 Rank as State’s Healthiest County “This ranking didn’t happen by accident. The County, working with our many community partners, is focused on making sure that all County residents get access to adequate health care. Through our parks & recreation we encourage physical activity and wellness. We were a pioneer in assuring smoke-free restaurants and have enabled customers to be able to make more healthy food choices. Our Local Liquor Control helps us to better protect the public health.”

  • Photo: Leggett Joins Hogan at Friends of St. Patrick Event

    County Executive Ike Leggett joined Governor Larry Hogan at the recent Society of the Friends of St. Patrick event.

  • Photo: Leggett Partners with District of Columbia, Prince George’s County to Tackle Homelessness

    County Executive Ike Leggett, Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, and Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker met on Tuesday at the Progress Place homeless shelter in Silver Spring to sign a “Charter to End Homelessness,” pledging greater regional coordination in the fight against the root causes of homelessness. Click here to see the news release | Washington Post article | Charter to End Homelessness (pdf)

  • Middle Eastern American Heritage Month to members of the Middle Eastern community

    Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett presented a proclamation in honor of Middle Eastern American Heritage Month to members of the Middle Eastern community in the Executive Office Building Auditorium. This is the first time the County has designated March as “Middle Eastern American Heritage Month.” Pictured are (Back Row, L to R): Mahasty Sharifi, Daud Ahmad, Morvarid Zolghadr, Amjad Chaudhry; and (Front Row, L to R) Mumtaz Jahan, Farshid Moghimi, Mimi Hassanein, Ike Leggett, Masooda Shairzad, Samira Hussein.

  • Washington Busines Journal - video

    Read article 'Montgomery County doubles down in effort to eradicate office vacancies (video)' from Washington Business Journal.

  • WSSC ribbon cutting for permitting services

    Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett and Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) General Manager Jerry Johnson cut a ribbon to officially open the new WSSC office located at the County’s Department of Permitting Services making it more convenient and efficient for customers to obtain assistance with development and construction approvals from both DPS and WSSC. Pictured above, left to right: DPS Director Diane Schwartz Jones, Leggett, Johnson and DPS Manager Simin Rasolee. (press release)

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calendarBoards, Committees, and Commissions Calendars
The Boards, Committees, and Commissions (BCCs) online application process. Follow the instructions on the BCC web page. For more information, visit montgomerycountymd.gov/boards

spendingWelcome to spendingMontgomery
A website offering interactive features to help users better understand how the County spends public funds.

budget pie chartOpen Budget
Provides you with an intuitive way to understand how our budget is structured and get the answers you need. The new publication is mobile friendly, translatable into 90 languages, and contains rich content such as charts, graphs and maps to view our budget from different levels.

safe speedInformation About the County's Automated Traffic Enforcement Programs
Find information here including the locations of safe speed and red light cameras, how to pay a speed camera citation on line and who to contact (MCP Local Designee) for questions or concerns about the program.

Property TaxProperty Tax Account Information and Bill Payment System
View property tax records to view and/or make payment on-line by credit card or automatic deduction from your bank account as appropriate.

Emergency InformationEmergency & Disaster Information
Vital Information to help individuals, families, and businesses prepare for emergencies and remain safe in the event of a storm, disaster or other emergency.
County Urges Preparedness for Summer Storm Season

School Construction FundingSchool Construction Funding
Montgomery, Baltimore and Prince George's counties call on the State for increased school construction funding. See website. Testimony of Isiah Leggett Regarding HB1323/SB 927: Supplemental Public School Construction Matching Fund Program.

Disability FacilityAmerican with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Montgomery County government ensure accessibility in all of their programs and services. Find out what the County is doing to ensure programs and services are accessible.

Animal Services and Adoption Center logoWelcome to Animal Services and Adoption Center
Are you considering adding a new pet to your household? Come visit the Adoption Center and meet our wonderful dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, snakes, turtles and other animals waiting for new puppyhomes!

Veterans IconMontgomery County's Commitment to U.S. Armed Forces Veterans and Their Families
Montgomery County recognizes the important contribution veterans have made to this Nation and is committed to supporting veterans of the Armed Forces and their families. Montgomery County Veterans’ Affairs | Veterans Network Directory | Contacts & Resources | Serving Together | Sign-up to e-mail list

Silver Spring Transit CenterPaul S. Sarbanes Silver Spring Transit Center
The proposed Paul S. Sarbanes Silver Spring Transit Center is a three-tiered, urban, multi-modal, state of the art transit facility proposed for downtown Silver Spring. Read more

seniors todayWatch "Seniors Today" online video icon
Austin Heyman learns about new technology to help seniors suffering from hearing loss, and meets the winners of this year’s Neil Potter Path of Achievement Awards for lifetime volunteer service.

InnovationInnovation Program - County's Laboratory for Civic Improvement.
Primary objectives are; building organization capacity, leveraging ongoing initiatives and resources, facilitating continuous improvement and change management, and communicating ideas and lessons learned. Visit montgomerycountymd.gov/innovate for more information.

Senior AgendaSenior Agenda
Montgomery County will be a community for a lifetime, a place for older adults to live safe, healthy and vital lives.

Panhanding iconPanhandling... It's not safe. It doesn't help.
Montgomery County government is joining together with homeless advocates and social service providers throughout the County to urge you to give a hand-up, not a hand-out. The question isn't whether to help. See Press Release.

serving togetherServing Together - a project of MHA
Serving Together knows Montgomery County, Maryland and will provide clear guidance for military service members and their families on how to access the information and resources they deserve. Visit servingtogetherproject.org for more informationn.

openopenMontgomery
Montgomery County has taken another significant step forward in its open government efforts, launching a new openMontgomery website that will significantly improve government transparency. Visit montgomerycountymd.gov/open

logo of SocratadataMontgomery
Direct access to County datasets in consumable formats is available here, offering the public an opportunity to review and analyze raw data, and the opportunity to use it for a variety of purposes. Visit data.montgomerycountymd.gov.

work safetyHelping to Protect Workers' Health and Safety
This website provides links to important information about occupational safety and health issues. There is also a link to Maryland Occupational Safety and Health to lodge complaints as well as links to other organizations working to protect worker safety and health. Download flyer in English (pdf) and Spanish (pdf) for upcoming public hearing.

graphic of bagCarryout Bag Law
Information for residents and retailers about Montgomery County's carryout bag law.
Keeping your reusable bags clean is as important to your health as washing your kitchen towels, dish rags, and sponges. Learn more.

BRAC imageBase Realignment and Closure (BRAC)
Get information on the realignment of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to Naval Support Activity Bethesda and Fort Belvoir and the impact on local communities and ongoing efforts by the County to address impacts of the changes. Also find helpful relocation information...more


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Last edited: 4/4/2013