Maryland State Government Archives Maryland State 350 Rowe Blvd, Annapolis, MD21401 The Maryland State Archives is the primary location for storing and preserving government records dating as far back as…More the state's founding in 1634. Some of the many records and collections belonging to the State Archives include the State Art Collection, Maryland Land Records and Historical Photographs of Maryland. For more information about the resources available both in the building and online, stop by during its public hours or visit the State Archives website.
Maryland State Government State Forests & Parks 580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD21401 Maryland Park Service has a mission to "manage the natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources to provide…More 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 Department of Assessments & Taxation 45 Calvert St, Annapolis, MD21401 In the State of Maryland, the State Department of Assessments & Taxation (SDAT) assesses the value of all real and…More personal property for property taxation in conjunction with the state government. The Director of SDAT is appointed by the governor to conduct and execute the property assessment and property tax laws of Maryland. The department's mission is "to promote fairness in taxation for Maryland property owners by uniformly appraising all taxable property at market value, certifying property values to local governments, and offering programs of property tax relief and business services in a manner that is courteous and convenient."
Maryland State Government-Board of Elections 151 West St, Annapolis, MD21401 The State Board of Elections in the state of Maryland works in conjunction with the individual County Boards of…More Elections to ensure that everyone participating in elections within the state of Maryland does so in accordance to both state and federal election laws. The Board consists of five members who are appointed by the Governor to serve four-year terms.
Maryland State Government Wildlife and Heritage Service 580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD21401 Located on Taylor Avenue, the Maryland State Government Wildlife and Heritage Service is part of the Maryland Department…More 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.
Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office 903 Commerce Rd, Annapolis, MD21401 The Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO) is led by the Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of…More Appeals. It aims to provide information about mediation and conflict resolution services and programs. The purpose of MACRO is to work "collaboratively with many others across the state to advance effective conflict resolution practices in Maryland's courts, communities, schools, state and local government agencies, criminal and juvenile justice programs, and businesses."
Maryland State Government Secretary of State 16 Francis Saint Jeffrey Buildi, Annapolis, MD21401 The Office of the Secretary of State is located in the Jeffrey Building, overlooking State Circle in Annapolis's…More Historic District. John P. McDonough serves as Maryland's Secretary of State, and he has held the office since July of 2008. It is the responsibility of the office to administer the state's notary public laws and to keep and protect the Great Seal of Maryland. The Office of the Secretary of State also provides Maryland citizens with any necessary information they need before making decisions about donating to charities. Visit the office's website for more information.
Maryland State Law Library 361 Rowe Blvd, Annapolis, MD21401 The Maryland State Law Library is located inside the Robert C. Murphy Courts of Appeal Building on Rowe Boulevard. The…More library is open for public use and has a comprehensive collection of legal resources. The library's mission is to "serve the needs of Maryland's government and citizens by: building and preserving collections of legal information resources, promoting access to these collections and creating educational opportunities that enhance the understanding of legal information."
Technology Council of Maryland 68 State Cir, Annapolis, MD21401 Tech Council of Maryland is a trade association with more than 500 members, including technology and biotech companies…More as well as government, academic and service providers. The association consists of MdTech and MdBio divisions, which represent IT and biotechnology industries, respectively. For more information about the association and membership details, call or please visit its website.
Maryland State Government Board of Public Works 80 Calvert St, Annapolis, MD21401 The Maryland State Government Board of Public Works has the responsibility of reviewing state expenditures to confirm if…More necessary and appropriate, approve capital projects and acquisition and transfer of state assets. It is also responsible for controlling procurement policy, adopting procurement regulations and reviewing capital procurement contracts. Similarity in the names of the Board of Public Works and departments of public works can cause confusion as to the function of this office. Departments of public works are run by local governments providing services such as wastewater treatment, recycling programs, refuse collection, etc.
Government Affairs Office-Johns Hopkins Institutions 47 State Cir, Annapolis, MD21401 The Annapolis branch of the Johns Hopkins University Government Affairs Office is conveniently located just steps away…More from the Maryland State House. With its headquarters in Baltimore, the staff works out of this office only during the legislative session, which runs from January to April each year. The role of the office is to work with the state government to represent the goals of Johns Hopkins University.
Maryland State Government Natural Resources Police 580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD21401 Tracing its beginnings to 1868 and the creation of the state Oyster Police, the Natural Resources Police is the oldest…More 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.