County Executive Leopold Announces Relocation of Glen Burnie Cashier’s Office to Community College North Campus
Closed on March 9th and 12th during move
Annapolis, MD (March 6, 2012) - County Executive John R. Leopold announced today that the Cashier’s Office where residents can pay their property tax and water and sewer bills is changing locations in Glen Burnie.
“The Office of Finance will provide the same services to the public at a new location nearby in Glen Burnie, but at a lower cost than renting space,” County Executive Leopold said. “Our locations in Annapolis are unaffected by this change.”
The Glen Burnie office will move from the Hein Brothers Building at 7320 Richie Highway to the Anne Arundel Community College building at Glen Burnie Town Center. Short-term free parking and disabled parking spaces are available directly behind the building in addition to the parking garage across the street.
The County will save $206,000 annually in rent and expenses by moving several offices, including the Cashier's Office, to a County-owned building.
The office will be closed on Friday, March 9, and re-open at the new location on Monday, March 12, at noon. The two Annapolis locations will be open for regular hours.
The Office of Finance has three locations:
101 N. Crain Highway, 1st Floor (new location)
44 Calvert Street, 1st Floor (Arundel Center)
2664 Riva Road, 1st Floor (Heritage Office Complex)