Maryland counties and municipalities can apply for a cost effective way to finance public purpose capital projects through the Department of Housing and Community Development; enabling the delivery of essential services to support communities and the people they serve.
The Office of Rural Broadband’s mission is to ensure that every rural Marylander has access to broadband services, regardless of their zip code. Through partnerships with local jurisdictions and the private sector, the Office offers funding and technical assistance to help entities qualify for federal financing opportunities.Read More
The City of Frostburg received bond proceeds of $1.4 million to install dome covers for the water plant in an effort to protect and safeguard the public water supply from airborne contaminates.
The St. Mary's Metropolitan Commission has participated in the Program on nine (9) separate occasions, securing capital to fund numerous projects that support its water and sewer utility systems, including the renovation/construction of several water storage tanks.
The City of Laurel has participated in the Program on four (4) separate occasions, securing capital to fund facility improvements including the construction of a public park stage venue.