The City of Frederick is committed to the life, health, and safety of our residents and employees. As we continue to recovery, let's be consistent with our hygiene practices, be flexible as we all re-enter the community with what feels safe to us, support our local businesses, and get vaccinated!
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City Announcements & Documents
- Executive Order 22-01 (signed 4/15/22)
- Executive Order 21-4 (signed March 12, 2021)
- Executive Order 21-3 (signed 2/23/2021)
- Executive Order 21-2 (signed 2/5/2021)
- Executive Order 21-1 (signed 1/30/2021)
- Executive Order 20-9 (signed 10/12/2020)
- Executive Order 20-8 (signed 10/2/2020)
- Executive Order 20-7 (signed 9/21/2020)
- Executive Order 20-6 (signed 6/12/2020)
- Executive Order 20-5 (signed 6/5/2020)
- Executive Order 20-4 (signed 5/29/2020)
- Executive Order (signed 5/15/2020)
- State of Emergency Extension (signed 4/8/2020)
- State of Emergency Declaration (signed 3/13/2020)
- City Notice: Historic Preservation Commission Legal Time Requirement
- City Notice: Public Information Act Legal Time Requirement
- City Notice: Concerning Certain Deadlines Relating to Taxicabs
- Frederick County Health Department
- Frederick Health
- Frederick County Senior Services
- Business in Frederick Toolkit
- Business in Frederick Impact Survey
- Maryland Department of Commerce Resources
- Frederick County Chamber of Commerce
- Maryland State Police Business Guidance
WAYS TO HELP
Below is a list of opportunities to provide help to our community at this time. To have your organization’s need added to this list, please email email@example.com.
Donate to Local Relief Campaigns
- United Way of Frederick County COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund
- City of Frederick Economic Development Micro Grant Fund
- Community Foundation of Frederick County COVID-19 Relief Fund
Support Local Nonprofits Serving Our Community
- City Youth Matrix & I Believe in Me Partnership
- Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs
- The Rescue Mission
- Spanish Speaking Community of Maryland, Frederick
- Asian American Center of Frederick
Help to Create and Provide Personal Protective Equipment
- Frederick Community Action Agency - in need of masks for soup kitchen clients
- Frederick Health Hospital - no longer has a need at this time
- Sewing for Lives (Shield Co)
- Project Linus
The City of Frederick is committed to providing uninterrupted essential services to our residents. As we reopen, many of the virtual services will remain in addition to in-person options. Thank you for your continued flexibility and communication.
- City buildings are open to the public with optional mask usage.
- Mayor and Board Meetings are in person and open to the public with occupancy limits. Quasi-judicial and non-quasi judicial board meetings are scheduled to be back in person April 1.
BILLS & CITATION PAYMENTS
- Due dates for City bills, permits, licensures, and citations are extended to thirty days after the City State of the Emergency ends. The State of Emergency remains in place at this time.
Major Documents, Orders, and Plans
Follow Governor Hogan
A note regarding Employee and Workforce Safety
Since the inception of COVID 19 being declared as a national and global threat to the public, the City of Frederick has taken multiple steps to protect the public, critical services, and the workforce. While consistently following all CDC state and local health department guidelines and regulations, The City of Frederick has adopted the following operational procedures:
- Creation of a pandemic Incident Management Team
- Daily employee screenings are available 24 hours a day
- Robust contact tracing
- Creation of departmental policies regarding employee engagement with the public, city staff, and contractors
- Continued partnership and communication with Frederick County Health Officers
- Procurement and deployment of Personal Protective Equipment
- Procurement and deployment of sanitization equipment for facilities, equipment, and vehicles
- Frequent communication and guidance on all exposure-related mitigation
- Facilitated vaccination clinics to increase vaccination rates for both the community and employees
The Mayor, City of Frederick Risk Safety and Compliance Department, and all City Staff are and will remain committed to the health, safety, and well-being of The City of Frederick during this difficult time.