Charles County, Maryland

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Renesha Miles
Community Engagement Coordinator

Charles County Government conducts community engagement and outreach activities on important policy issues, programs, and initiatives that affect the public to keep them informed and solicit input on the policies, plans and work of Charles County Government. This is a key function of the Media Service Division as part of its effort to help facilitate effective, ongoing two-way dialogue with the community.

Stay Informed on Current Issues:

Meadow Lane, Waldorf Construction: Culvert Replacement

The Charles County Department of Public Works, Roads Division, will be replacing a culvert pipe on Meadow Creek Lane in Waldorf, MD [MAP]. The road will have one lane open starting at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 6, and work is estimated to be completed in two weeks. The completion time may be extended due to unforeseen weather conditions, or unexpected construction delays. Signs will be posted notifying the public before and during replacement.  For further information, please call the Department of Public Works, Roads Division at 301-932-3450.

Get Engaged
We are preparing ways to better solicit your input on the issues that matter to you. Through community meetings and online comments, we are developing tools to hear and respond to your feedback.

Coming Soon …Citizen's Academy
Become a Community Ambassador 

The Charles County Government Citizen’s Academy program is designed to help promote a better understanding of Charles County Government operations by allowing residents to hear from directors and staff members from all departments.  Some of the program goals include developing a network of County Ambassadors and proactively engaging our community. We are currently planning for a fall 2019 launch of this program. More information about the Citizen’s Academy and the application process will be shared during the summer. Interested Charles County citizens will be encouraged to complete the online application in order to be considered for selection into the program. Applicants should be at least 18 years old, Charles County residents and able to commit to the 7-week session.