Baltimore County Now
Jeanette Garcia Polasky
Speechwriter and Communications Specialist
Baltimore County Office of Communications
When Myspace hit the Internet 10 years ago, many people saw social media as a silly, newfangled toy for teenagers. Today, even businesses, schools, churches and community groups are using social media to engage the community and spread their message. Sites like Facebook and Twitter help us connect with citizens where they are — online — and allow us to reach more people than ever before. We’re sharing interesting, useful posts about things you care about, like weather emergency updates, pets available for adoption, community spotlights, breaking news and the latest information on County services, programs and events.
Following us on social media will help you stay informed on what we’re doing in County government. It truly is the best way for citizens to have instant access to breaking information and important updates. And by using social media to stay current on all things Baltimore County, citizens can connect with local government like never before. All you have to do is like, follow and subscribe at the links below.
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