Calvert County Government Announces Election Day and Veterans Day Schedule

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Nov. 2, 2018 – The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners announces county offices will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 6, for Election Day and Monday, Nov.12, for the Veterans Day holiday. In addition:

  • The three county senior centers will be closed on Election Day and Veterans Day. Meals on Wheels will not be delivered.
  • The Appeal Landfill and county convenience centers will be open with normal business hours both Election Day and Veterans Day.
  • County public transportation will not operate on Election Day and Veterans Day.
  • Calvert Library locations will be open with normal business hours on Election Day and Veterans Day.
  • Kings Landing Park will be closed Election Day and Veterans Day.
  • Flag Ponds Nature Park will be closed Election Day and open Veterans Day.
  • Battle Creek Cypress Swamp will be open Election Day and Veterans Day with normal hours of operation.
  • Chesapeake Hills Golf Course will be open with normal business hours Election Day and Veterans Day.
  • Mt. Hope, Southern, Harriet E. Brown, North Beach and Northeast community centers will be closed both days.
  • The Edward T. Hall Aquatic Center will be open with normal operating hours Election Day and Veterans Day.
  • Calvert Marine Museum will be open on Election Day and Veterans Day.

Information on Calvert County Government services can be found online at www.calvertcountymd.gov. Find Calvert County Government on Facebook.

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