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Maryland State Government Natural Resources Police
580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401
Tracing its beginnings to 1868 and the creation of the state Oyster Police, the Natural Resources Police is the oldestMore state-level law enforcement agency in Maryland. The  role of the Natural Resources Police is to see that laws pertaining to conservation, boating and criminal laws are abided by throughout the state of Maryland. The force leads programs on hunting and boating safety and serves as the leading law enforcement agency in state parks and all land owned by The Department of Natural Resources. Colonel George F. Johnson IV serves as the current superintendent of the force, which is made up of almost 300 officers. The Natural Resources Police are headquartered in Annapolis in the Department of Natural Resources Tawes State Office Building. 
Maryland Department of Natural Resources: Resource Assessment Se
580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401
Located inside the Tawe Office Building of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Resource Assesment ServiceMore is responsible for gathering and studying data pertaining to both tidal and nontidal ecosystems in the state.
Maryland Department of Natural Resources Service Center
1804 West St, Annapolis, MD 21401
Part of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, this Licensing and Registration Service Center is one of seven inMore the state. Here, state residents can apply for hunting and fishing licenses and register their boats. Visit the website or call during office hours for complete information about the requirements for obtaining these licenses or to apply online.
Maryland Department of Natural Resources: Boating Services
580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401
A Division of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Boating Services is led by Director Bob Gaudette. InMore addition to its many duties, Boating Services recently provided information and data that contributed to the development of a new online boating access guide  with detailed maps that allows Maryland residents to view the various boat ramps in the state.
Maryland State Government State Forests & Parks
580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401
Maryland Park Service has a mission to "manage the natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources to provideMore the best use for the benefit of people." It is part of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Call the Service's tollfree number or visit its website to purchase park passes, trail guides or camping reservations at any of Maryland's State Parks.
Maryland State Government Wildlife and Heritage Service
580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401
Located on Taylor Avenue, the Maryland State Government Wildlife and Heritage Service is part of the Maryland DepartmentMore of Natural Resources. The Wildlife and Heritage Service is responsible for 44 Wildlife Management areas in 18 of the state's 23 counties. The Wildlife and Heritage Service also oversees and enforces regulations over hunting and other activities that impact the state's endangered and threatened species, including plants. Visit the service's website for WMA maps and for information about purchasing a hunting license.
District Court of Maryland
251 Rowe Blvd, Annapolis, MD 21401

Located on Rowe Boulevard, the District 7 Court, serving Anne Arundel County, is in close proximity to both the U.S.More Naval Academy and the State Department of Natural Resources.

The Distric Court of Maryland was first established in 1971 as the result of an ammendment to the state constitution. It is fully funded by the state. Cases tried in the District Court include landlord-tenant disputes, motor vehicle violations, misdemeanors and, in some instances, felonies.

Calvary United Methodist Church
301 Rowe Blvd, Annapolis, MD 21401

Tucked away beside the State Court of Appeals and the Department of Natural Resources, Calvary United MethodistMore Church sits on the edge of the Annapolis Historic District. Rev. Harold B. Wright II serves as the church's Senior Pastor, and Rev. Alicia Vanisko is the Associate Pastor. The church has participated in missions in Russia, Costa Rica and Guatemala. It funds these missions in large part through its "cookie factory," which has been around for 29 years. As part of this fundraising effort, church members bake cookies that are boxed up in care packages that can be purchased and delivered to the midshipmen at the Naval Academy.

Traditional worship services are held on Sundays at 9am and 11am in the church sanctuary. Contemporary worship is held on Sundays at 5pm in the Fellowship Hall.

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