Latest news & announcements

Follow Me Robot joins lineup of Worcester County Recreation & Parks Summer Camps

Worcester County Recreation & Parks (WCRP) staff are gearing up for the 2016 recreational and sports summer camp season and will deliver eight weeks of action-packed camps at the Worcester County Recreation Center (WCRC) in Snow Hill and other county locations. Most camps are open to school-age children entering grades 1 through 8. 

New this summer, a Follow Me Robot Camp, open to youth ages 7-12, will take place at the WCRC in conjunction with Sciensational Workshops for Kids Inc. Children will build their very own robots to take home and keep. 

Discount Amusement Park Tickets on Sale at Worcester County Recreation Center

Amusement park tickets can now be purchased at the Worcester County Recreation Center at discounted prices. Purchase your tickets before heading out of town to save your family money and time waiting in ticket lines.

We offer tickets to all of your favorite Mid-Atlantic parks: Busch Gardens, Diggerland USA, Dorney Park, Dutch Wonderland, Hershey Park, Kings Dominion, Sahara Sam's, Sesame Place, Six Flags America (MD), Six Flags Great Adventure (NJ), and Water Country tickets."

Adult Golf League Returns to Worcester County

Worcester County Recreation & Parks brings back the Adult Golf League for the 2016 spring/summer season. The league will begin Wednesday, May, 18 at Eagles Landing Golf course in Berlin.

Golf league participants will have the opportunity to play on nine courses in Worcester County, including Ocean Pines Golf Club, Rum Pointe, Ocean City Golf Club, Glen Riddle, River Run, The Bay Club, Lighthouse Sound, and Eagles Landing. Participants will play on a different course each week during this 9-hole shotgun and take pleasure in the game of golf.

Last call for nominations for 2016 Volunteer Spirit of Worcester County awards

There’s still time to honor outstanding volunteers who have made an impact on your life or the lives of those around you by nominating them for the 2016 Volunteer Spirit of Worcester County Awards.

The deadline to submit nomination forms is May 16, 2016. A recognition ceremony for all nominees will take place in August. 

Help Control Mosquitoes that Spread Viruses

The Mosquito Control page contains valuable information to help keep you, your friends and family, and your coworkers protected from Zika and other mosquito borne viruses. Please take a few minutes to read up and learn how you can stay safe during the upcoming mosquito season.

Commissioners commend PHS Boys Basketball Team Members for their 2016 Maryland Class 1A Basketball Championship Win

April 19, 2016, the Commissioners present a commendation to members of the Pocomoke High School Varsity Boys’ Basketball Team, the Warriors, for bringing home the 2016 Maryland Class 1A Basketball Championship title to Pocomoke City and express pride in their accomplishment. Those pictured include head coach Derrick Fooks, assistant coaches Curtis Broadwater and Anthony Tull, managers Andre’ G. Collins, Jr.

Commissioners celebrate success of PHS Principal Annette Wallace who was named the 2016 Maryland High School Principal of the Year

April 19, the Commissioners present a commendation to Pocomoke High School Principal Annette Wallace for being named the 2016 Maryland High School Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and for providing exceptional leadership while building and sustaining a school climate of academic excellence where student achievement abounds.

Waterline flushing schedule for area water systems

The Water and Wastewater Division of Public Works will begin its semi-annual program for flushing waterlines in Mystic Harbour, West Ocean City Area, Newark, Riddle Farm, Nantucket Point, Edgewater Acres, Oyster Harbor, Ocean Reef, Deer Point, Whispering Woods, and Bayside Landings in May.
The purpose of this program is to remove any accumulated sediment from the lines and to ensure the hydrants are operational. Below are the proposed dates for the flushing of the waterlines, and please be advised that these dates are subject to change. 

Commissioners Announce Interim Liquor Control Director

The Worcester County Commissioners announce the promotion of Laura Burns-Reinhart to the position of Worcester County Department of Liquor Control (DLC) Interim Director. She stepped into this new role with the DLC on April 1, 2016.

Burns-Reinhart began her career with the former Liquor Control Board (LCB) on April 3, 2009, and in July 2011 joined Worcester County Government when the LCB was dissolved and the DLC opened as a County department. She was promoted to the position of Administrative Manager on April 2, 2013.