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Worcester County Offices Closed Monday, May 28

Worcester County Government (WCG) offices, including all five Branch Libraries and Recreation and Parks, will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018, for the Memorial Day holiday. The Central Landfill and Homeowner Convenience Centers will also be closed.

The Shore Spirits Retail Liquor Store in Pocomoke will be open during standard hours of operation.

WCG offices will resume standard operating hours on Tuesday, May 29. WCG staff wish one and all a happy and safe holiday weekend.

Pocomoke River Bridge in Snow Hill Open

Rt. 12 is open in Snow Hill. Nassawango Road and Red House Roads are passable. Porters Crossing and Whiton Crossing remain closed due to high water. Roadways with standing water are dangerous, please exercise caution and be safe out there!

Multiple Roads around Snow Hill remain flooded

Due to the heavy rain at the end of last week multiple roads around Snow Hill remain flooded. Water on Rt. 12 near Down Under remains 3-4 feet deep as of 7 PM Sunday. As a result Snow Hill Rd. is closed as well as Porters Crossing and Whiton Crossing roads. Alternate routes should be considered for Monday’s commute as predictions are that it will take another 24 hours for the water to recede to where the road may be passable again.

Registration open for Worcester County Recreation and Parks Swim Lessons

Swimming is a great summer pastime. Since safety is key in and around water, Worcester County Recreation & Parks (WCRP) is offering three separate sessions of youth swim lessons during the 2018 summer season.

Classes are open to children ages 3 and up and will take place at the Shad Landing Pool in the Pocomoke River State Park in Snow Hill.

Each session will last two weeks and run Mondays through Thursdays. Fridays will serve as inclement weather make up days.

Registration open for Pocomoke River Summer Camp

Worcester County Recreation and Parks (WCRP) staff are pleased to announce the return of the Pocomoke River Camp, which is open to youth in grades fourth through eighth. 

Tourism Week in Worcester County

May 1, 2018 Gregory Purnell (front row, from left), Michael Day, Donna Abbott, Susan Jones, Lisa Challenger, and Melanie Pursel; and Denise Sawyer (second row, from left), Debbie Keitt, Ginger Flemmin

The Commissioners gathered with industry professionals from across the County to proclaim May 6-12, 2018 as Tourism Week in Worcester County and to celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of Worcester County Tourism and its many state and local partners to grow tourism locally. Those pictured include Gregory Purnell (front row, from left), Michael Day, Donna Abbott, Susan Jones, Lisa Challenger, and Melanie Pursel; and Denise Sawyer (second row, from left), Debbie Keitt, Ginger Flemming, Barbara Tull, Isabel Morris, Karah Lacey, and Stacey Weisner; and Commissioners Chip Bertino (th

Low-Cost Spring rabies clinics available in Worcester County

Snow Hill, MD – The Worcester County Health Department has confirmed six rabies cases locally since the beginning of 2018, highlighting the importance of rabies awareness and proper pet vaccination. Rabies vaccination clinics are available in May in two locations in the county. Worcester Health encourages residents with unvaccinated pets, or pets whose vaccinations have lapsed and need a booster, to attend the low-cost clinics and to avoid contact with wild animals, particularly those who are acting sick or in an unusual manner.

Join Tourism Officials for Networking and Inspiration May 10

OCEAN CITY, MD – Celebrate National Tourism Week and rediscover just how integral the tourism industry is to the Eastern Shore, with renowned international speaker John Kennedy at the Ocean City Performing Arts Center at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center on May 10, 2018 from 2-4 p.m. Kennedy will highlight “Everything the Customer Needs in the Great State of Maryland, We Got It.”

Openings available on several Worcester County boards and commissions

Worcester County currently has openings on 10 boards and commissions. County residents interested in volunteering to fill these open seats are invited to contact the County Commissioners, identifying the boards or commissions that are of interest to them. 

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