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Arundel Center
44 Calvert St, Annapolis, MD 21401

Located just steps from Main Street, Arundel Center is home to the office of John Leopold, county  executive ofMore Anne Arundel County, and his immediate staff, which includes the chief administrative officer. The office serves as the executive branch of the county government and is responsible for public information and government relations, working closely with members of both the General Assembly and the County Council, among other groups.




Anne Arundel County Library Headquarters
5 Harry S Truman Pkwy, Annapolis, MD 21401

The headquarters for the Anne Arundel County Library (AACL) is tucked behind the Public Works building in the woodedMore Government Park complex off Truman Parkway. This is not a library but the administrative offices for the 15 library branches in the county. In addition to lending books and audio/visual materials, AACL branches offer Wi-Fi and free Internet on more than 300 computers. AACL also maintains a website that allows users to search online collections and databases, review their accounts, place items on hold or renew materials.

The nearest public library is in the city of Annapolis at 1410 West Street (Call 410-222-1750 for information.) Consult the website for a complete list of library locations, hours, and events such as the annual Summer Reading Club for area students.

Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks
1 Harry S Truman Pkwy, Annapolis, MD 21401
Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks maintains local parks, trails and athletic fields, and offers a variety ofMore programs for active youth and adults. The administrative offices are located in the Government Park off Truman Parkway, marked by a statue of two young athletes celebrating "sportsmanship." The department oversees two swim centers, two golf courses, skateboard parks, school-age childcare and rec sports leagues. The Program Guide has everything you need to know about recreational programs, swim lessons, special events, camps and activities each season. The guide is produced in both a printed form (which can be found at libraries, schools and government agencies) and online, with direct links for ease of registration. Forms that are required for participation in most county-sponsored activities can also be found online. Check the website for information regarding activity and game cancellations, facility use and park pavilion reservations.
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