After an initial public workshop, many focus groups, and a community-wide survey, The Downtown Frederick Partnership and The City of Frederick will host a second public workshop on June 22,at As The City of Frederick and its businesses continue to safely reopen with fewer restrictions, the City is excited to announce the return of Pop-Up Dining along Market Street on select summer Saturdays.
More than nominations were submitted, and 5 companies rose to the top with unique twists on remote working, em After Phase 2 of gathering public input through community-wide surveys, GreenPlay will present its findings to the community on Monday, August 9, at PM.
Using the Comprehensive Plan as a guide, City planners are looking for constituents to share their vision for bicycling and walking in Frederick.
Due to City Hall being closed to the public and most City Hall employees teleworking on Monday, July 19,the City's public meetings for that date have been canceled. The 5K route begins at the Frederick Fair Specifically, the AmeriCorps Members will serve as Out Events have returned to The City of Frederick and July will be an active month in the downtown area. To address recommendations from a recent engineering review of the garage, the Church Street parking garage will undergo repairs and preventative maintenance efforts beginning Monday, July 12, Impacting the third and fourth floors of the garage, man Thousands of runners and spectators are expected for the 19th annual Frederick Running Festival this weekend.
The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of the month.
Both lanes will be closed beginning May 17, The road will reopen on approximately June 7, Operation Safe Speed will combine a team of officers at the Frederick Police Department and traffic engineer As events return to the Frederick community, The City of Frederick knows there are many questions regarding events and event preparations given the ongoing and ever-changing pandemic safety regulations.
On the weekend of May 15 and 16,residents experiencing homelessness and advocates occupied City Hall Park advocating for the unhoused and under-housed. To aid event planners and coordinators with their qu Fairview Ave, from Atlantic Ave to 7th St, will be closed today for an emergency repair of a water main. On May 3,the City announced the formation of a new initiative deed to increase traffic safety and combat speeding: Operation Safe Speed.
This will result in the temporary disruption of water service between 7 AM and 3 PM. No st The software, which is part of the Communications Dep The Board of Aldermen voted in Closed Session today, with a vote ofto publicly release the linked Report of Investigation. All children, particularly those who receive free or reduced meals during the school year, are encouraged to participate. Beginning the week of August 16,C. The project will include various full-depth repairs and is the first phase of the resurfacing of Monocacy Blvd.
No special routes are being processed; requests must use City On Thursday July 22,while Department of Public Works crews were in the process of making repairs to affected areas from this past weekend's flooding, they identified a material under the subfloor of the second-floor foyer that cou City Hall will reopen and normal business operations on Wednesday, July 21, Repairs needed from flooding damage over the weekend have been completed and the building is now safe for employees and residents.
The fr The City of Frederick and the Frederick Police Department are excited to announce the launch of a mental health co-responder pilot program that will commence on July 1, After the completion of the Comprehensive Plan and on the heels of a pandemic recovery, The City of Frederick is actively working to ensure the City's recovery is strong and many of the City's goals remain in its sight. Over the weekend environmental testing was completed and determined the materials did not An update from Parks and Recreation: To ensure all applications can be reviewed and supported appropriately, all Parade-Walk-Race applications must now be submitted 90 days prior to the event.
Many City de Some service schedules will change.
The City of Frederick Taxicab Commission has eight 8 taxicab permits available. City Hall will be closed on Monday, July 19,due to water damage sustained from a pipe that burst over the weekend and flooded parts of the building.
As the City continues its recovery and looks towards its continued growth, The C The community is invit This agreement will provide daily operations and staffing The Frederick community is in shock today as an incident of gun violence we see far too often in other communities has happened here. As The City of Frederick continues to see decreasing COVID case s and an increase in vaccinated individuals, the City will be shifting its operations to support the community's recovery and returning to pre-pandemic operations in most Ci The briefing will be available for live viewing on Channel 99 TV and The demolition of the old water tank located along Butterfly Lane will begin on June 9, The foot structure will be cut and dismantled piece by piece and lowered to the ground with cranes.
Crews are working diligently to make necessary repairs, but City employees will work remotely Monday The construction will close W As part of the City's resurfacing program, contractor C. William Hetzer will begin milling and resurfacing Butterfly Lane between Mt. Phillip Road and McCain Drive this week. On Wednesday, July 28,the Water Department will be performing maintenance and repair on a water main located on East Patrick Street. The right lane of Westbound E. Patrick Street will be closed from E.
Patrick Street to the intersection with M Read on Time: AMAM. We are thinking of the victims, their fa This phase is e The Parks and Recreation Master Plan continues to move forward!
Non-city resident pool passes will go on sale beginning June 11, To buy pool passes, visit cityoffrederickmd. A person wishing to obtain a new taxicab permit must submit to the Taxicab Administrative Agency, on or before May 15, This action is in accordance with the author During the last year of the pandemic, Frederick has reimagined the use of many public areas to support the recovery and vitality of businesses and residents' quality of life.
Since the announcement, the City has received over concerns via the online form. On Thursday July 22, City Hall was closed and employees were sent home after DPW crews making repairs became aware of materials potentially containing asbestos. The Department of Housing and Human Services is providing free lunch every weekday this summer for children ages 18 and under. Juneteenth commemorates the day when federal troop According to the EPA Announceme To accommodate the installation, the following ro and facility will be closed on Friday from AM to PM:. The report is available for viewing and printing at cityoffrederickmd.
These fun A City-wide survey is now open and will accept responses until June 13, The Downtown Streetscape Study is continuing! Thomas, Jr. Diggs will open this summer.
At this time, pool passes are available for City residents only. After Phase 2 of gathering public input through community-wide surveys, GreenPlay will present its findings to the community tonight, Monday, August 9, at PM. William Donald Schaefer Building located at E. With Frederick now at the 'substantial community transmission' level, The City of Frederick will be taking the following actions as we continue to prioritize public and employee health. Events are returning to The City of Frederick and June will be an active month in the downtown area.
The closure is expected to last until roughly 2PM.