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COVID-19 Summary

Information is changing daily on the COVID-19 situation. Click on the images / links below for quick access to specific information. Please check this page regularly for the latest updates.
The Garrett County government is implementing measures to provide a safe and secure environment for employees and customers in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Garrett County Government is under normal operation and employees continue to work remotely when available. In-person interaction is limited and with safeguards in place. Also, appointments must be made to meet with any County office.

Maryland State COVID-19 Resources:

Garrett County Health Department COVID-19 Resources:

General Information:

Donations Information:

Garrett County Health Officer's Memo: May 14, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions:

Essential Business Information:

COVID-19 Hotline (for non-emergency medical questions): 301-334-7698
(Please call 911 only for medical emergencies, not for coronavirus information or questions)

All Garrett County Government departments are under full operation with all in-person services available by appointment.
Any visitor or contractor, to any Garrett County Government facility or building, will be subject to the following requirements.
1. Must schedule an appointment or be a regularly scheduled activity.
2. Must be screened and have their temperature taken. Anyone with a temperature at or above 100.4 will not be allowed into the building or facility.
3. Must wear face covering.
General Information                        301-334-8970
Citizen Connect                    
Emergency Management                301-334-7609
Building Permits                              301-334-7470
Water/Sewer Permits                      301-334-6983
Solid Waste                                     301-387-0322
All county waste collection sites are CLOSED Tuesdays and Thursdays; the Garrett County landfill remains open with normal hours. Limited resources have forced the contracted recycling company to no longer accept the #1 and #2 plastics for recycling until further notice.
Liquor Control                                  301-334-1925
Remember to maintain appropriate distance with those with who you are interacting
and wash your hands frequently.
Updates will be posted as available to this site.