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Case-by-Case Decisions on Future Town Hall Meetings

Baltimore County released the following update regarding tonight's scheduled District 4 Town Hall at Owings Mills High School:

Baltimore County is continuing communication across County government and the Maryland Department of Health to prepare for any necessary response to COVID-19.

Tonight's scheduled town hall meeting at Owings Mills High School will be held as planned. Decisions on future town hall meetings will be made on a case-by-case basis.

We encourage all residents to continue following common-sense health practices by washing hands, covering coughs and staying home if you are sick. If residents have concerns about COVID-19 or if you are at an increased risk from the virus, refer to the CDC’s guidance regarding prevention.

Share Your Input

For residents unable to attend, Baltimore County will continue to livestream events on Facebook and Twitter. Baltimore County has also released a new online survey to provide residents with another opportunity to provide input on budget priorities. Residents can also email their priorities to JohnnyO@baltimorecountymd.gov.


County Executive Will Host Three Public Safety Forums with Newly Confirmed Baltimore County Chief of Police Melissa Hyatt

The County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr. and Police Chief Melissa Hyatt will use this opportunity to provide brief remarks, but the goal is to listen to the residents and business owners in the County. County residents are invited to attend any of the forums that will be held in the County.

"These will be more listening sessions than us speaking," said Johnny Olszewski, Jr. "Chief Hyatt is excited to get out and meet the community and we want to hear from our communities about public safety concerns and collaborations." 

Attend a Public Safety Community Forum

All forums will begin promptly at 6:30 and end at 8 p.m.  

West County Policing Town Hall 
Wednesday, June 19
Randallstown Community Center
3505 Resource Drive
Randallstown, Maryland 21133

East County Policing Town Hall 
Monday, June 24
CCBC Dundalk, Community Theatre
7200 Sollers Point Road,
Dundalk, Maryland 21222

Central County Policing Town Hall 
Tuesday, June 25
Maryland State Fairgrounds, Fasig-Tipton Building
Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland 21093

If you have special translation needs for hearing or language, please email countynews@baltimorecountymd.gov.

The presentations for these Town Halls are available for review.


 
 
Revised September 11, 2017