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 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.
Leadership Maryland is an independent, non-profit organization that aims to create a network of senior-level leaders…More throughout the state. The mission is to "broaden the base of leaders through the development of individual interest, statewide knowledge, and leadership ability that can be applied with power, influence, and authority for the greater good of Maryland."
Individuals must apply (the application packet can be downloaded from the website) and be selected to participate in Leadership Maryland programs. The office is located in one of the buildings in the Parole Professional Center, off Holiday Court and near Riva Road.
Ballet Theatre of Maryland (Studio) 128 Lubrano Dr, Annapolis, MD21401 Founded in 1978, the mission of this professional ballet group is to provide Maryland with 30 professional…More peformances both in the classical and contemporary arts throughout the year. The group peforms at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, The Key Auditorium at St. John's College, the Chesapeake Arts Center, Avalon Theatre, the Bowie Performing Arts Center and other venues throughout Maryland. They offer dance for ages two through adult. Please check their website for classes and for ticket information.
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."
Ballet Theatre of Maryland 1981 Moreland Pkwy, Annapolis, MD21401 Ballet Theatre of Maryland, operating out of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, has been bringing dance to the area…More for 31 years. It offers classes for all levels of students, as well as performances in Maryland Hall, St. John's College, the Avalon Theater in Easton and other venues across the state. The ballet school has branches on the Eastern Shore and in the Chesapeake Arts center in Brooklyn, MD. There is a wide range of classes for children and adults interested in the art of dance.
Mid-Maryland Title Company 900 Bestgate Rd, Annapolis, MD21401 Created by Alan Bernstein and Jerry Feldman, established attorneys in the greater Annapolis area, Mid-Maryland Title…More Company is experienced in both residential and commercial real estate. Unlike most title companies in the area, all transactions are handled by an attorney, not by a settlement agent. Mid-Maryland Title is willing to help in preparing real estate contracts for those transactions that don't involve a real estate agent. Personal service is one of many attributes that have made Mid-Maryland Title a leader in the Annapolis.
Goldstein Treasury Building 80 Calvert St, Annapolis, MD21401 The Goldstein Treasury Building houses both the offices of the Maryland State Treasurer and the local branch of the…More Maryland State Comptroller's Office. Nancy Kopp is the current treasurer of Maryland and Peter Franchot is the current State Comptroller. The State Comptoller serves as the Chief Fincancial Officer for the state of Maryland. The Office is responsible for collecting many types of state income tax. This is one of 12 state branches of the comptoller's office and state residents can call or visit during office hours for help filing state taxes.
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 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 Department of Natural Resources: Boating Services 580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD21401 A Division of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Boating Services is led by Director Bob Gaudette. In…More 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 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 House 100 State Cir, Annapolis, MD21401 Formerly the nation's Capitol, the Maryland State House is the only state capitol building in the country with that…More distinction. It is also the oldest state capitol that has been used continuously for legislative purposes. The Maryland State House houses the offices of governor, lieutenant governor, house of delegates speaker and senate president year-round. In addition, each year from January to April, the general assembly meets in the Maryland State House for the legislative session, which lasts for 90 days.