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At 11:28 a.m., March 21, the National Weather Service issued a flood watch in effect until further notice for the Frederick area. The City of Frederick reminds the public to help prevent flooding, clear storm drains, be aware of known high water areas.
information, please monitor local news media or visit http://www.weather.gov/lwx.
The final draft of the 2019 Frederick Town Historic District Design Guidelines is scheduled for a public workshop and is available for public review online.
Community input is strongly encouraged. Please submit comments and questions to FTHDGuidelines@cityoffrederick.com or call 301-600-1499.
April 20 is the date of the next Freecycle Roundup: City residents may drop off items for reuse, recycling or disposal at the Public Works facility, 111 Airport Drive East.
The Freecycle Roundup, where residents may drop off bulk items and reusable goods, will operate 8 a.m.-2 p.m, at the Public Works facility, 111 Airport Drive East.
Before you load up anything, make sure you have proof of address and your items are on the o...
Did you know how many people have worked for the City more than five, 10, 20 or 30 years?
See the list of 110 people who have celebrated work anniversaries of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 years of service with the City just since April 2018. This group was recognized publicly on March 13. Employees receive a pin and certificate for each anniversary...
The Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Public Hearing Schedule by department is published.
Each department is assigned a time at one of the scheduled hearings.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments invites people to register for the Community Leadership Institute, a program that encourages involvement in transportation-related decision-making at all levels. Deadline to register: March 22
Learn how, where, and when transportation decisions are made in the region
Over the course of three workshops, participants learn how, where, and when transportation decisions are made in the region.
The Spring 2019 CLI well be Thursday April 18, 24, and Th...
“The Common Market’s news is good for the City in more comprehensive ways than just economic development, because this particular venture aligns with our sustainability plan, land use best practices and smart growth." - Mayor Michael O’Connor
"Plus it is economic development, as a business expansion, and job creation.”
Next Fourth Friday Q&A with Mayor7:30-9:30 a.m., March 22Dublin Roasters 1780 N. Market St.The fourth Friday of each month, Mayor Michael O’Connor schedules a time for informal, one-on-one time with anyone who has something to discuss.
Walk-ins welcome, or reserved times available, by signing up online:
For a description of the event ….
The City of Frederick is applying again for Bicycle Friendly Community status from the League of American Bicyclists.
The League is seeking public input to gain a better understanding of local bicyclists’ experiences in Frederick.
The City welcomes public feedback as the Board of Aldermen are reviewing the adequate public facilities ordinance (APFO), which determines what improvements are needed to ensure that the public facilities that serve new development are adequate.
The Board of Aldermen is in the process of reviewing this City ordinance. Public opinion about the APFO is welcome at several workshops and online.
The City of Frederick offices and facilities will open on time, today, March 4, with liberal leave policy in effect.
The Frederick Community Action Agency Soup Kitchen and Day Shelter will be open.
Announcements about the City operations will be posted on Channel 99; on the City’s emergency line, 301-600-1300; on the website; and on social media: Facebook, Twitter and Ne...
A special Mayor and Board of Aldermen public workshop has been scheduled Monday, March 18, to review work on the City’s Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance (APFO).
The Board of Aldermen is in the process of reviewing this City ordinance, which determines what improvements are needed to ensure that the public facilities that serve new development are adequate.
Public opinion about the APFO is welcome at seve...
Mayor Michael O’Connor has announced that the City of Frederick offices will open on time, today, March 1, with liberal leave policy in effect.
The Board of Aldermen approved a schedule for seven public hearings for discussion of The City of Frederick’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget.
The Board of Aldermen will have a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21 in the boardroom at City Hall to consider a proposed resolution to amend Article VI of the Charter of the City of Frederick.
The Board of Aldermen will have a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21 to consider a proposed resolution to amend Article VI of the Charter of the City of Frederick by revising § 2-B, for the purpose of removing certain responsibilities from the ...
For those in danger of becoming homeless or who are, Frederick County, The City of Frederick and several nonprofit organizations administer programs that may help.
A current list of some of these government and non-government resources and their contact information is provided here as a courtesy. Information listed about non-governmental agencies may change without notice to The City, but corrections and updates wil...
The Frederick Community Action Agency (FCAA) wants to remindresidents that it operates the following important Food and Nutrition Programs that promote food security as well as prevent hunger and malnutrition.
The City of Frederick recognized Code Enforcement Inspector David Beers, who received the Maryland Building Officials Association Inspector of the Year Award in December 2018.
David’s cooperative work with citizens and colleagues to bring cases to resolution and his willingness to take on the most difficult work distinguish him.
Restoration and preservation work on designated historic properties in The City of Frederick is potentially eligible for a property tax discount.
Applications for the City Historic Preservation Property Tax Credit are due on April 1, 2019.
Next year, you will be able to reserve free curbside bulk pickup.
Starting in January, under this new program that the Mayor announced in his 2018 State of the City address, the City will offer residents the opportunity to schedule curbside bulk item pickup, for free, one time per year.
If you are a federal employee affected by the government furlough and are having difficulties paying your City of Frederick water bill, call the Finance Department at 301-600-1421 to see what arrangements can be made until the shutdown is over.
Mayor Michael O’Connor has announced that the City of Frederick offices will open on time, Friday, Nov. 16, with liberal leave policy in effect.
City of Frederick crews have begun to plow streets. The iSpires Snow App will update users about snow removal progress. For further information about snow removal operations, you may contact Public Works at 301-600-1440.
Find the Snow App here:http://spires.cityoffrederick.com/gis/snowremoval
Mayor Michael O’Connor is pleased to announce that curbside bulk pickup will be offered, free, once per year to Frederick residents, starting in 2019.
In October, the Maryland State Highway Administration completed several phases of work in and around Monocacy Boulevard and U.S. 15. For the latest information about the Monocacy Boulevard project, visit the project's page on the City website.
The City will have updates and alerts as appropriate about alternate routes posted on our website, on the page dedicated to the Monocacy Boulevard Project and linked to our home page, www.cityoffrederick.com.
As always, contact us to report concerns or ask...
Oct. 16-18, 2018, the Frederick Municipal Airport (FDK) will exhibit at the 2018 NBAA-BACE Conference, a premier meeting place for the business aviation community.
The event brings together key aviation contacts from around the world, including current and prospective business aircraft owners, manufacturers, and customers.
Mayor Michael O’Connor is pleased to announce that for the second year The City of Frederick scored 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index:
Senior homeowners in Frederick may be eligible for tax relief beginning July 1, 2019, thanks to the ordinance adopted last year by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen.
To be considered for the tax credit, residents should apply for the Maryland State Homeowner’s Tax Credit. The state will then determine if residents qualify for the City credit. If eligible, property owners will receive a credit on their property tax bil...
Frederick area businesses were recognized at the Annual Best Places to Work awards program July 26. Two of the five major category winners are in The City of Frederick.
Mayor Michael O’Connor’s transition committee has begun its mission to explore how every City department functions, how it might do more, do things differently, or should continue as is.Newly formed workgroups begin to examine departmental functions.
For the latest information about the Monocacy Boulevard project, visit the project's page on the City website.
The Monocacy Boulevard project and the effects of the road closure are a top priority. City engineers, the mayor and police are continuously evaluating potential modifications to traffic controls to improve movement along alternate routes.
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March 21, 2018
Frederick Police Release 2018 Annual Report
Frederick, MD – The Frederick Police Department is proud to release the 2018 Annual Report. Each year the department produces an Annual Report to highlight t...
March 20, 2019
Frederick Police Arrest Wanted Person
FREDERICK, MD – At 0229 hours on March 20, 2019, OFC Patrick Wharton was on patrol in the 400 block of North Market Street. Whi...
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March 18, 2019
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Frederick Police Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint
FREDERICK, MD - On March 16, 2019, Officers from the Frederick Police Department conducted a Sobriety Checkpoint westbound in the 500 block of West Patrick Street between 10 p...
FREDERICK, MD - On March 17, 2019, at approximately 5:20 pm, members of the Frederick Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit were conducting surveillance in the 300 Block of N Market St when they observed a drug transaction take place. ...
March 9, 2019
Frederick Police Serve Search and Seizure Warrant
FREDERICK, MD - On March 8, 2019, at approximately 6:00 am, members of the Frederick Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit and Special Response Team served a sea...
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March 4, 2019
UPDATE: On today's date, Makayla Grace Davido-Santiago was found safe. We would like to thank the public for their assistance.
FREDERICK POLICE DEPARTMENT
February 24, 2019
Frederick Police Investigate Shooting
FREDERICK, MD – At about 0126 hours on February 24, 2019, officers of the Frederick Police Department (FPD) arrived in the 100 block of North M...
On February 20, 2019, the Frederick Police Department received a report of a missing juvenile and is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Paola Sandra Barrientos-Meledndrez, age 16, of Frederick. Ms. Barrientos-Melendrez was last seen ...
February 5, 2019
Frederick Police Investigate Traffic Collision Involving Pedestrian
FREDERICK, MD – On today’s date at approximately 2:10 pm, officers responded to a traffic collision with personal injury in the are...
Update: The below listed Missing Person has been located. The Frederick Police Department thanks the community for their assistance.
The Frederick Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance locating a missing adult. Jaime Allison Stu...
What CITY SPORTS FIELDS CLOSED means – All City leased fields, including City school fields, are closed for the time frame indicated. No one is to use the fields when closed. If it is found that a permitted league is using a closed field, the po...