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General Information and Crime Statistics
Find information about County Services based on an address or obtain community specfic crime statistics that are classified by incident type.
|Public Works Maps, As-Built Engineering Drawings and Survey Monuments Research and Retrieve Record Drawings and Survey Monuments.|
Watershed, Ecosystem, and Restoration Services
My Anne Arundel Zoning Viewer
GIS Data Download
By acceptance of the GIS material, you agree as follows: The GIS material (the "material") is made available by Anne Arundel County, Maryland (the "County") as a public service. The material is for reference purposes only, and the County makes no representatives, warranties, or guarantees of the accuracy of the material.
THE COUNTY MAKES NO AND DISCLAIMS ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES RELATING TO THE MATERIAL, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, INTEGRATION, TITLE, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.You release the County, its agents, servants, and employees, from any and all liability related to the material or any of it, including its accuracy, availability, use, and misuse. In no event shall the County be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or other damages, including savings, profits, fees, costs, loss of data, or business interruption, related in any way to the material or any of it, including its accuracy, availability, use, and misuse. The material is in the public domain and may be copied without permission. Citation to the source is requested. Any errors or omissions in the material should be reported to the Anne Arundel County Office of Information Technology Geographic Information Services Group.
|Ethics Opinions for 2008|
Supplemental: Granting a power of attorney to a third person to assist or represent an entity that seeks to contract with the county does not effectively eliminate the appearance of a conflict of interest where the owners of the entity are county employees, under the circumstances described in the opinion.
A member of the PAB may make presentations to organizations concerning matters of interest to the county as long as the member expressly states that the presentation is not being made on behalf of the PAB and the member is not representing or assisting an entity in making the presentation.
|AO-08-23 Supplemental |
A PAB member may not represent or assist any person or entity in any matter in which the county has an interest. Since the county generally has an interest in any matter that may come before the PAB, a member may not represent or assist any person or entity as to any of those matters. As long as the member is not advocating the position of any person or entity, or promoting the agenda of any person or entity, the member is free to express personal opinions or provide public information in any forum.
An employee may not use county resources to promote discounted services offered to county employees by a private vendor under the circumstances described in the opinion.
An employee in the auditor's office may continue to serve on the board of the employee's community association but is subject to non-participation provisions as described in the opinion.
A forester in the department of inspections and permits may continue to engage in secondary employment as a forester as long as the secondary employment does not include clients who are subject to the authority of the department. The forester may also continue to serve on the agricultural preservation board, since that board is not considered a secondary employer.
Employees of the fire department may not accept travel expenses to attend a conference from an organization representing controlled donors.
An employee in the office of planning and zoning has the same rights as any property owner to sell real property, to apply for permits, and to permit potential purchasers of the property to apply for permits through the planning and zoning office. The employee may not participate in any matter in an official capacity that involves the employee's real property.
A member of a volunteer board may not contract with a person who has a contract with the member’s board.