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  1. Official Notice of 2018 Polling Place Changes

    Official Notice of 2018 Polling Place Changes: At their regular Wed, Jan. 17 meeting, the Wicomico County Board of Elections approved the polling place changes for the 2018 Primary Election. ... Read on...
  2. 2018 TRIENNIAL DISASTER EXERCISE

    On January 20, 2018, --- the Salisbury-Ocean City: WicomicoRegional Airport will be conducting a “Triennial Disaster Exercise” as mandated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), from 9:00 am until approximately 12:00 pm local time. Read on...
  3. U. S. Coast Guard clears ice on the Wicomico River

    Wicomico County is dependent upon barges utilizing the Wicomico River to deliver fuel to the distributors whose facilities are located on the river. However, at times like these, when the river is frozen, we still have the responsibility to .... Read on...
  4. 2-1-1 Can Connect Residents to Help During Extreme Cold

    With the continued extreme cold and the threat of snow this week, Wicomico County Health Officer Lori Brewster reminds residents that they can find resources to help with issues caused by the cold by dialing 2-1-1. Additional Info...
  5. Wicomico County Officials Respond to Severe Cold Weather Threats

  6. Wicomico County Thrives in its 150th Year

    2017 was a special year of celebration and accomplishment for Wicomico County... Read the "2017 State of the County" Message
  7. Wicomico County is Accepting Prepayment of July 1, 2018 Real Estate Taxes

    Due to increasing requests from Citizens, the County Executive has authorized the Department of Finance to accept prepayments of the July 2018 real estate tax from those interested in participating, pursuant to the requirements listed below. Additional Info...
  8. County Sells Bonds To Finance Several Major Projects

    Credit Rating Agencies Deem County Finances and Management Strong Additional Info...
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