Citizens of Washington County should register for this new system for advanced alerting specific to emergencies and weather, community, and other optional programs. A person can register for multiple locations such as home, family, school, and work. Also, individuals outside of Washington County can register for family and work that are located in Washington County. In addition to multiple locations, individuals can sign up for multiple forms of notification and prioritize the ways in which you receive a message. Registration … Read More
If the red light and alarm for the grinder pump at your residence come on, please immediately contact the Washington County Department of Water Quality at 240-313-2600
Keedysville Historical Society (this website under Community Resources) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KeedysvilleHistoricalSociety/
The Maryland Insurance Administration is the state agency that regulates the insurance industry in Maryland. They have posted online “An Insurance Preparedness Guide for Natural Disatsters”, which will assist consumers to better understand their insurance polices. This guide contains information about different types of insurance coverage, provides frequently asked questions for a number of insurance claim scenearios and lists important contact information for public resources. The guide can be found on their website http://www.mdinsurance.state.md.us/sa/jsp/Mia.jsp.
Keedysville Celebrates 250th Anniversary of Founding; Herald Mail Media, September 24, 2018
On Monday, March 15 at 7 p.m. at the Keedysville Library, the Keedysville Historical Society will host JENNIE AVILA, a Hagerstown based singer songwriter who has performed nationally w/ various famous singers and actors. She will be playing a selection of her songs from her new CD, “The Special 150th Anniversary Edition of Civil War Stories in Song” which was inspired by true Civil War stories from the Antietam Battlefield region and is sponsored by the Hagerstown-Washington Co. Convention and … Read More
***Please note: As of March 5, 2018, dogs are no longer permitted on Brandenburg Field*** Dogs are permitted in Taylor Park, provided they are leashed. Waste bag stations have been provided, two in Taylor Park and one behind Town Hall. Please clean up after your dog and deposit the waste in a park can. Dog walkers, please understand that this is on a trial basis. Please be respectful of others and a responsible dog owner so that we all might … Read More
Previous years’ reports have also been added under Water Quality Reports.