News and Updates


Sparks Appointed as Talbot County Finance Director

Category: Human Resources Finance

The Talbot County Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Martha Darling Sparks as Talbot County Finance Director. Sparks began work with the county in July 2022 and brings a wealth of experience working for local government. Read more

Roads Department Expands Paving Efforts

Category: Roads and County Facilities

Residents may notice a smoother ride while traveling along the County's backroads. More than two miles of new asphalt paving has been laid on Chapel Road, Deep Neck Road, and more recently Rest Circle since March 2021. Read more

Talbot County Council Awarded “Community Action Vision and Value Award” by Maryland Community Action Partnership

Category: County Council

At the 2022 Maryland Community Action Partnership Human Services Conference held during May 11 – 13, 2022 in Ocean City, Maryland, the Talbot County Council was awarded the Community Action Vision and Value Award. Read more

Talbot County Government’s Repurposing Center Mitigates Environmental Impact on the Mid-Shore

Category: Repurposing Center Roads and County Facilities

Talbot County’s Repurposing Center outside of Easton creates 25 re-sellable materials for the County to sell to over 113 Mid-Shore haulers, contractors, and municipalities with valid Maryland business licenses. Read more

Matthew Watkins Named Talbot County Department of Emergency Services Division Chief

Category: Human Resources Emergency Services

Matthew Watkins Named Talbot County Department of Emergency Services Division Chief. Read more

Sewage Discharge to Green and Locust Streets in St. Michaels, Maryland

Category: Public Works

On Friday, March 11, 2022 at approximately 1:30 p.m., the Talbot County Sanitary District (Sanitary District) was contacted regarding a suspected discharge of sewage from a pressure release valve located in a vault near the intersection of Green and Locust Streets in St. Michaels. Read more

Removal and Relocation of Talbot Boys Monument from Talbot County Courthouse Green to Cross Keys Battlefield in Harrisonburg, Virginia

Category: County Manager’s Office County Council

On Sunday, March 13, 2022, work will begin on the removal and relocation of the Talbot Boys Monument from the Talbot County Courthouse Green in Easton, Maryland to the Cross Keys Battlefield in Harrisonburg, Virginia Read more

Talbot County's Department of Planning and Zoning Will Require Applications to be Submitted Electronically Starting Monday, March 7, 2022

Category: Planning and Zoning

Beginning Monday, March 7, 2022, Talbot County Department of Planning and Zoning, which includes Permits and Inspections, will require land development permit and license applications to be submitted electronically. Read more

Talbot County Council Meetings to be held Virtually in January

Category: County Council

Due to the high community transmission rate of COVID in Talbot County, and at the recommendation of Dr. Maria Maguire, Talbot County Health Officer, the Talbot County Council will be holding their January 11 and January 25, 2022 meetings virtually. Read more

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