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Office of Community Engagement

County Executive Johnny Olszewski is committed to strengthening our government's engagement with Baltimore County residents. As part of his commitment, he has reorganized the way his office interacts with the public.

Our Staff

Mandy Remmell, the Director of Community Engagement, is responsible for developing a strategic plan to enhance engagement, managing the office's day-to-day operations, as well as managing the Executive Office’s appointments to boards and commissions and assisting with the Executive Office’s special initiatives.

The Office of Community Engagement has dedicated Outreach Coordinators, each assigned to a single Council district to ensure greater coverage, coordination and response. Each Outreach Coordinator manages casework for their district and constituent services, and is responsible for representing the County Executive at various community events and meetings. Outreach Coordinators will also engage with community, business and faith-based organizations, as well as other stakeholders.

Contact Your District Outreach Coordinator

Contact your Outreach Coordinator to request the County Executive or designee to attend a special meeting or event.

Find Your District

To find which district you live in, visit My Neighborhood and enter your home address.

District 1

Coordinator: Mandy Remmell

District 2

Coordinator: Erica Crouch

District 3

Coordinator: Carmen Christiana

District 4

Coordinator: Alonza Williams

District 5

Coordinator: Patrick Taylor

District 6

Coordinator: Katherine Yi

District 7

Coordinator: Vacant

Reporting Issues

Calls to the County Executive’s office can vary, but the most typical constituent calls include:

  • Code enforcement
  • Trash or recycling collection
  • Traffic calming
  • Potholes or road resurfacing

You can also report issues online or through the BaltCoGo mobile app.

Interfaith Advisory Group of Baltimore County

Comprised of faith-based community leaders throughout Baltimore County, the Interfaith Advisory Group provides a platform for organizations to exchange information, share community resources and foster collaboration across our interfaith partners to better serve the residents of Baltimore County.

A statement from the Interfaith Advisory Group of Baltimore County on January 18:

“The Interfaith Advisory Group of Baltimore County, in collaboration with Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski Jr., Baltimore County Police Department and various interfaith communities, expresses deep concern regarding the distressing impact of global conflicts on individuals and communities within Baltimore County. Standing united, we condemn any form of bigotry or hatred, whether in thought, speech or action. Our unwavering commitment lies in ensuring the safety, inclusion and protection of all individuals and communities across Baltimore County. The mission of our interfaith group revolves around advocating for and celebrating an inclusive, diverse, and respectful world that caters to the needs of all individuals. This mission perfectly aligns with our fundamental values of inclusivity, respecting the beliefs and individuality of every person within Baltimore County, and fostering a safe and respectful environment. Let us collectively envision new possibilities for peace and prosperity for all our citizens in the new year. Thank you for joining hands with us as we continue to move Baltimore County forward."

How to Participate

For more information or to become part of the Interfaith Advisory Group, email

Contact Us

Office of the County Executive

400 Washington Avenue
Mezzanine Level
Towson, Maryland 21204


Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.




County Executive

John A. Olszewski, Jr.