Welcome to the Office of Governmental & Community Relations.
How can we help you?
Our mission is to communicate with the public and maintain positive and effective relationships with governing bodies, other public entities, and the community at large. By focusing on outreach, adapting to stakeholders’ needs and feedback, and keeping them informed, we seek to further the county administration’s goals of responsiveness, transparency and efficiency.
We also assist volunteers interested in applying for appointments to the county executive’s advisory boards and commissions, and we serve as a resource for the county executive’s regional Community Advisory Boards. Please follow the links on the left for more information.
To seek an answer to a problem, share a compliment, or to voice your opinion, please call our Division of Citizens Affairs at 410-638-3420 or email email@example.com
Report non-emergency issues in your neighborhood and get them fixed using Harford County You Click We Fix from your cellphone, computer, or mobile device.
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DES Director Edward Hopkins congratulates students from our Prepare Because You Care Class. Director Hopkins presented certificates to students who graduated on January 30th after four weeks of training held at the Sheriff’s Office Southern Precinct.
Local high school students who completed the American Legion, Harford Post 39 Boys and Girls State program are recognized. This program of government instruction teaches students about the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
With our longtime partner, Aberdeen Proving Ground, 30 national defense contractors and universities from around the nation, the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, known as AMMP at the HEAT Center, brings a future of jobs for our young people, new technology to protect our freedom fighters and a host of 3-D printing opportunities with composite materials.
Harford County’s Office of Disability Services and Commission on Disabilities honored several individuals and organizations at their annual Employment Recognition Luncheon.
The stories of 25 selfless volunteers inspired everyone at the 32nd Annual Harford’s Most Beautiful People Awards ceremony hosted by County Executive Barry Glassman and the Harford County Department of Community Services.
Former Boston Celtic, Chris Herren shared his inspiring story of addiction and recovery at Havre de Grace High School.