Annapolis' call center is operational for all non-emergency questions related to the power outages. Call 410-260-2211 with questions and concerns.
This information was last updated at: 3:30 p.m. on Monday
- Anne Arundel County Public Schools—canceled for Monday and Tuesday
- St. Anne's School—canceled for Monday and Tuesday
- Key School—canceled for Monday and Tuesday
- Annapolis Area Christian School— canceled for Monday
- Anne Arundel Community College—canceled for Monday
- U.S. Naval Academy—canceled for Monday
Trash and Recycling Pickup
- Anne Arundel County—canceled for Monday
- Annapolis—canceled for Monday and Tuesday
- Whole Foods in Annapolis will close at noon on Monday.
- Trader Joe's in Annapolis has a conference call at 11 a.m. to determine store hours.
Gyms and Rec Centers
- Pip Moyer Recreation Center—closed until further notice
- 24 Hour Fitness—closed until further notice, all group excercise classes are canceled for Monday and Tuesday.
- Annapolis Athletic Club—closing at 5 p.m. Monday and set to re-open at 5 a.m. on Wednesday.
- Premier Fitness Health Club—closing at 4 p.m. Monday and set to re-open at 5 a.m. on Wednesday.
- Annapolis—all city offices are closed on Monday and Tuesday except for essential employees.
- Anne Arundel County—closed on Monday and Tuesday, including all public libraries and District Court.
- Maryland—closed on Monday
- Annapolis—The Harbor is closed due to the current weather conditions.
- Baltimore—The port is closed; ships coming into the Baltimore Harbor must to stop and anchor.
- Coast Guard has closed the shipping channel
- Annapolis—City transit has canceled all bus service until further notice.
- The MARC commuter rail service will not operate on Monday.
- Baltimore Washington International Airport has canceled all flights for Monday and anticipates widespread cancellations for Tuesday.
- Early voting Monday and Tuesday is canceled and will likely be rescheduled for Friday.
- Annapolis High School is a pet friendly (dog or cat) shelter for Anne Arundel County. Annapolis residents who are unable to reach the shelter on their own should call 410-260-2211 to schedule a ride.
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