Calvert’s only Comcast storefront to close in July

News Release, Calvert County

The Prince Frederick Comcast office will be closing permanently July 12, 2019. 

In announcing the 
office closing, Comcast ensured residents would still be able to conduct business at convenient locations. Below is a list of options.

Bill Payments

  • By mail
  • By calling 1-800-XFINITY
  • Online at
  • Using the Xfinity My Account App 
  • In person at the Comcast service centers located in Waldorf (approximately 24 miles away) or Annapolis (approximately 32 miles away)

In person at the following Western Union locations: 

  • Weis
    13300 H G Trueman Road
    Solomons, MD 20688
  • Safeway #1731
    80 W Dares Beach Road
    Prince Frederick, MD 20678
  • Giant Food 
    655 Solomons Island Road N
    Prince Frederick, MD 20678
  • Dollar General
    625 Calvert Beach Road
    St. Leonard, MD 20685
  • Lighthouse Market 
    9128 Bay Ave.
    North Beach, MD 20714
  • Giant Food
    10790 Town Center Blvd.
    Dunkirk, MD 20754
  • Harris Teeter 
    10125 Ward Road
    Dunkirk, MD 20754

Receiving, Installing or Returning Equipment

  • Call 1-800-XFINITY to order a self-install kit to add, install and activate Comcast services
  • Schedule an early morning, evening or weekend in-home appointments within two-hour appointment windows
  • Visit the Comcast service center in Waldorf or Annapolis

• Visit The UPS Store for free equipment returns. Equipment can be returned as-is, without wrapping or a box and customers will receive a confirmation of receipt and tracking information from UPS. Calvert County store locations:

  • 136 West Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick
  • 10816 Town Center Blvd., Dunkirk

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David M. Higgins II

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