1. 17th Annual 911 Ride

    Welcome 911 Riders

    Allegany County welcomes all participants in remembering the heroes, volunteers and victims who lost their lives on September 11, 2001 and since.
  2. CountySeal

    First Meeting of Regulatory Reform Commission

    This effort kicks off Monday, August 10. Allegany County Government wants to streamline processes and protocols which impede growth. Read on...
  3. CountySeal

    MACo Summer Conference

    This annual event will focus on state and federal storm water management requirements. Commissioner Valentine will report on the work of the prestigious Kirwan Commission. Read on...
  4. CountySeal

    Transportation Taskforce Established

    Transportation issues have a huge impact on our communities and businesses. Read on...
  5. CountySeal

    Angela Patterson Named County's 1st Director of Planning & Growth

    Ms. Patterson is a Maryland Professional Engineer with 16 years of professional experience in planning and engineering. She has served as the Land Use and Planning Engineer in Allegany County for 12 years. Read on...
  6. Nickel Building 2018

    City of Frostburg RFP: Nickel Building

    Interested and qualified purchasers/developers are invited to submit proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of the Nickel Building, 84-86-88 E. Main Street, Frostburg, MD (commonly known as the Au Petit Paris building). Read on...
  7. Allegany County, MD Ice Cream Trail Image

    Allegany County, Maryland, Launches New Ice Cream Trail

    It is officially summer, which means it is National Ice Cream month. So what is one to do to officially celebrate? Dig into the sweet flavors of a cooling scoop of ice cream. Nine local ice cream establishments are featured in this self-guided road trip Read on...
  8. HeritageDays2012_20

    Allegany County Tourism Launches NEW Summer of Heritage Campaign

    Campaign will focus on history and heritage centered events! “Our community does a great job at celebrating the many historical ties that connect our region to American history,” said Ashli Workman, Director of Tourism. Read on...
  9. cropped-gap-relay-poster-v2-21

    New 150-mile relay challenge that goes from Cumberland, Md. to Pittsburgh introduced

    One hundred and fifty miles, 48 hours and eight team members - could you do it? Read on...
  10. CountySeal

    2018 Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) Meeting Schedule

    The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986 was enacted by Congress to help assist local communities prepare for and respond to local chemical emergencies. The Allegany County LEPC meets on a quarterly basis. Read on...
View All