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  • Farm Tour and Harvest Sale 2014

    Montgomery County will celebrate its agricultural heritage, promote local farms, and indulge in seasonally fresh food during the 25th Annual Farm Tour and Harvest. Check County Calendar for more information.

  • The Power Conference 2014

    The Power Conference: Women Doing Business is designed to promote business development for women in business through networking, education and marketing opportunities. 800 attendees, 40 business workshops and roundtables on business, marketing, social media, creativity, and personal development, vendor and exhibitor expo, women authors/booksellers café, Keynote speaker, and much more! Cost increases after July 31, so register today! Check County Calendar for more information.

  • Graphic: Downtown Wheaton 2014 TGIF Summer Series

    Downtown Wheaton presents its 2014 TGIF Summer Series with music and movies on Friday evenings at 7 p.m., beginning on Friday, July 11. Check the flyer for the complete schedule of events.

  • Innovation MC Video

    Montgomery County is in the forefront of innovation – to make a good County even better. Check out this 20-minute video which highlights how innovation is serving our families, our businesses and our community.

  • Photo: Department of Permitting Services (DPS) Recently Coordinated a “Sign Sweep”

    Montgomery County’s Department of Permitting Services (DPS) recently coordinated a “sign sweep” to collect signs placed illegally in right-of-ways throughout the County. More than 50 County staff from various departments met at Richard Montgomery High School for assignments and instructions before heading out to collect the signs. As a result, more than 2,500 signs were removed and taken to the County’s Transfer Station for recycling or disposal. DPS plans on conducting sign sweeps several times per year in the future. To have signs removed from a right-of-way in Montgomery County, residents should call 311.

  • text for PROPERTY TAX BILLS 2014

    Property tax bills for 2014 are available online now, and paper bills are expected to begin being mailed in mid-July.

  • GSA Construction and Building Services Forum

    Attention all business owners who want to learn how to do business with the federal government. You are invited to attend a GSA Construction and Building Services Forum on Thursday, July 29 at the Silver Spring Civic Building in Silver Spring. Cost is $39 per person. For more information, visit the website or County Calendar.

  • 2014 NACo Award Winners

    Montgomery County this year received 23 National Association of Counties Achievement Awards for outstanding programs. See press release for a complete list of awards. Additionally, the Department of Permitting Services was awarded a “Best in Category” for its “ePermits Apply Online Program.”

  • Farmer

    From now through the end of October, Montgomery County’s farmers’ markets will offer customers fresh, healthful produce and artisanal products at 25 different locations across the County. View date/time/location information (pdf).

  • Montgomery County, MD featured on magazine

    This magazine is full of area economic development, business climate and quality of life information. View it online.

  • 8th human right hall of fame

    The Montgomery County Office of Human Rights is currently accepting nominations for its Eighth Human Rights Hall of Fame. Nominations should be individuals – either living or deceased – whose ongoing work, service and contributions have positively impacted human and civil rights in the county.    The deadline for nominations is August 22.  (press release)

  • picture of 17th County Council

    17th County Council … The 17th County Council of Montgomery County now includes new District 5 Councilmember Cherri Branson, who was appointed to a vacant position on Jan. 28. All Councilmembers will serve through Dec. 1, 2014. Seated, left to right: Cherri Branson, Council President Craig Rice, Council Vice President George Leventhal and Nancy Navarro. Standing: Hans Riemer, Phil Andrews, Nancy Floreen, Roger Berliner and Marc Elrich.