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text of new board of health regulationwith guidance on reopening, effective April 27, at 5 p.m.

The fifth board of health regulation allows further phased reopening in Montgomery County tied to the percentage of the population vaccinated. The reopening would require continued face covering usage and social distancing. The phases would be:

At 50 percent of the population receiving at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine:

  • gathering limits increase to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors; 
  • businesses limited to 25 percent capacity move to 50 percent capacity if they do not sell or permit the consumption of food or drink; 
  • camps can move to the gathering limits of 50 indoors and 100 outdoors; 
  • escape rooms can allow 10 people per game; museums and galleries may reopen touch exhibits; 
  • malls may reopen pedestrian concourses and return tables and chairs inside; and 
  • sports move to 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors with a similar number of spectators.

At 60 percent of the population receiving at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine:

  • gathering limits increase to 250 people indoors and no limit outdoors; 
  • most businesses move to 75 percent capacity and may sell food and drink for consumption while seated; 
  • camps can increase to gathering limits of 250 people indoors with no capacity limit outdoors and may permit campers from outside of Washington, D.C., Maryland or Virginia;
  • convention and banquet facilities are limited to 50 percent of a facility’s maximum capacity per State restrictions; 
  • cigar and hookah bars may permit smoking outdoors; food service establishments may move to 75 percent of maximum capacity; 
  • religious facilities may move to 75 percent of maximum capacity; and 
  • sports may increase capacity for participants and spectators to 250 people indoors and no limit outdoors.

At 50 percent of the population being fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine all conduct and business in Montgomery County must follow any State or Maryland Department of Health requirements in place at the time.

For more information, see the full fifth amended regulation.

COVID-19 Rental Relief Program

$59 million available to help tenants who are behind on rent. The program will provide up to $12,000 or 15 months of assistance to eligible households behind on rent due to COVID-related income loss. Applicants can apply online, see frequently asked questions, and get additional program details at www.mc311.com/rentrelief

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Vaccine and Priority Group Information

All residents age 16 and older can preregister. For the latest information about COVID-19 vaccinations in Montgomery County.

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Registration begins May 10th for Montgomery County Recreation and Montgomery Parks summer activities and programs. To view the Guide and register online, go to ActiveMONTGOMERY.org.

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One account is all you need to register for activities, reserve available facilities and purchase memberships offered by Montgomery Parks, Montgomery County Recreation and CUPF!

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View property tax records to view and/or make payments on-line by credit card or bank account as appropriate.

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When requesting public records maintained by Montgomery County Government, please reference the contact list and forward your inquiry to the appropriate departmental representative(s). 

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COVID-19 County Employee Information

As an MCG employee, you may have questions about how this will affect you and your workplace. Read the following FAQs carefully to stay informed about the most current workplace policies regarding COVID-19.

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Early Care & Education Initiative Action Plan

Early Care & Education Initiative

The DHHS Early Care and Education Policy Office serve as a focal point for the early care and education system in Montgomery, to identify gaps, and promote collaboration among County agencies and community partners to ensure a range of services for children from birth to five years old.

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View the status of a solicitation from issuance to contract execution. Begin by entering a solicitation number or description.

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Get All Your Money!

Community Action's VITA Program is now scheduling appointments for 2020 taxes. Appointments are available in various locations for County residents earning $57,000 or less.

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Provides you with an intuitive way to understand how our budget is structured and get the answers you need.

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Check out the calendar for all board, committee and commission meetings or currently vacant positions.

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Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU)

An Accessory Dwelling Unit is a residential unit that is either added to an existing one-family dwelling or in a separate accessory structure on the same lot as an existing one-family dwelling. Find more information.

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Direct access to County data sets in consumable formats is available here. The public can review and analyze, and use the data sets for a variety of purposes.

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See how the County and its departments are performing by exploring performance dashboards and data visualizations.

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VisionZero

The draft Vision Zero 2030 Action Plan was released for public comment on April 15. Learn more about the plan and attend an upcoming community talk using the link below.

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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Find out what the County is doing to ensure its programs and services are accessible.

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Find the locations of safe speed and red light cameras, and how to pay a speed camera citation on-line.

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Flash: Bus Rapid Transit

The County’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line, operate along US 29 — the busiest transit corridor in Montgomery County.

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Community Guide for Immigrant Residents

Community Guide for Immigrant Residents

The Gilchrist Center is committed to doing everything we can do to ensure that all residents of Montgomery County feel safe and valued.

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County Cable Montgomery (CCM) is on Comcast and RCN Ch 6, and Verizon on Ch 30.

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