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Posted by Amy Moore

Check out a little bit of Queenstown history!

Posted by AaronHorney

Click the link to find the May Newsletter.

MAY NEWSLETTER CLICK HERE

Posted by AaronHorney

The 6th Annual Queenstown Egg-Tappin' Competition was held last Saturday, April 20th, at the Queenstown Playground. We had 21 people in attendance with two new families participating. It was great to meet new neighbors!

The winner of the competition and the free chicken dinner was Caden Quirion from Queenstown Harbor. Congratulations Caden!

We hope to see you all for next year's competition!

Posted by AaronHorney

The Queen Anne's County Forestry Board in cooperation with the Maryland Forest Service are having their annual tree seedling giveaway beginning Tuesday April 22. Free tree seedlings are available to the public as an educational effort to promote planting of trees.

Four species of trees are available this year including: bald cypress, common hackberry, redbud and white oak.

Trees will be available at the Town Office beginning April 22 until all have been claimed. Please see attached below for more information.

Posted by AaronHorney

PLANNING COMMISSION CONSIDERATION

There is currently a vacancy on the Queenstown Planning Commission. Anyone with interest in serving on the Planning Commission is asked to send a letter of intent to the Town Office in writing or through email no later than May 17, 2019.

Posted by Amy Moore

During our community meeting on March 19, 2019, the Sheriff was asked if he could provide information on the number of traffic stops, speeding tickets and warnings.  Attached is an Excel report for the last year.  Feel free to contact our office with any questions.

Posted by AaronHorney

Click the link to find the April Newsletter.

APRIL NEWSLETTER CLICK HERE

Posted by Amy Moore
Posted by Amy Moore
  • Beginning October 1, 2017, the Queenstown Commissioners will hold one regular meeting per month on the 4th Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
  • Should any additional meetings be required, such as public hearings, workshops, etc., adequate notice will be posted.