With almost 54,000 businesses, Anne Arundel County is a major hub of commerce and development. With a $35 billion economy, low taxes, a vast multi-modal transportation system, highly skilled workforce and excellent educational institutions, Anne Arundel County is the premier location to do business.
Office of Community Engagement and Constituent Services (CECS)
The Office of Community Engagement and Constituent Services serves as the primary liaison between the County Executive and community members. The office works closely with community partners and local organizations to assist them in sustaining and accelerating progress toward community goals. Additionally, the office helps residents access county services and navigate the county bureaucracy.
Anne Arundel County 311 is easy way to access municipal services. Use your smartphone to download the app, report online, or just call 311.
The office can be reached Monday through Friday by calling 410-222-1785. Our Constituent Services Officers are based in the Arundel Center and work with residents from all areas of the county. If you need help with the following, please contact Constituent Services for assistance:
Accessing a county service
Questions or concerns about a county service that was performed
Our Community Engagement Officers have offices in the Arundel Center, however, they spend much of their time in your neighborhoods attending community-based events and meeting with community leaders. Contact the Community Engagement Officer assigned to your area of the county for the following:
Information about a project in your community
To voice your opinion about a county policy or an upcoming piece of legislation
To proactively communicate and discuss your goals for your community
You can reach out to the main office and we will connect you with your Community Engagement Officer or you can click on the link below to identify your assigned officer for direct contact.
CECS will email a weekly newsletter to keep community members and leaders up to date with what is going on in the CE’s office. Please make sure to register your community or homeowner’s association HERE. These e-blasts contain important information about upcoming events including scheduled community meetings that developers must hold when proposing a new development in your area. Sign up to receive the weekly e-blast by clicking the link below.