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Mail Delivery Delays

Postal Service delays may have resulted in late fee assessments on quarterly utility bills.   The Department of Public Works and the Office of Finance is aware of the issue and will waive late fees for payments mailed in and postmarked prior to the due date deadline.  If you received a late fee and believe it is in error, please call 410-222-1144 or email [email protected].  

To review your most current utility bill and ensure accurate billing, please visit the County’s online Utility Billing portal.

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44 Calvert Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 222-1144



About Office of Finance

The Anne Arundel County Office of Finance, headed by the County Controller, bills and collects most of Anne Arundel County’s revenues, oversees the expenditure of funds in accordance with approved operating and capital budgets, invests funds, and accounts for all revenues and expenditures.  The Office issues debt and provides a range of financial services to County departments.  The Office of Finance produces Anne Arundel County’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and the disclosure statements used by investors who purchase the County’s debt issuances.

The Office is dedicated to managing the County's finances in an efficient and responsible manner, providing excellent customer service to our citizens, and protecting financial assets.   The Office seeks to build partnerships with other County Departments and the public by sharing knowledge and providing clear, timely information concerning financial activities within the County.  We deliver customer focused service that is accessible, user friendly, respectful and efficient. 

Billie Penley

Acting Director