Pocomoke City, Maryland

"The friendliest town on the Eastern Shore"

Friendly Reminders for Regular and Bulk Trash Pick Up in Pocomoke City, Posted 4/8/2020, Updated 5/18/2020

Bulk Trash Day is normally the second Wednesday of each month. Changes to that schedule will be indicated on the monthly water bills or call City Hall at 410-957-2521. The daily trash collection schedule is east of Market St. (Tues. & Fri.); west of Market St. (Mon. & Thurs.). Daily trash pickup changes during Holiday closings will be updated on the monthly water bills and posted here, on the City website and on the City's Facebook page.

Trash Collection Schedule: Trash must be placed at the curbside by 7:00 a.m. on collection days.

DOWNTOWN  BUILDING FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, Posted 5/1/2020

Under this program, the City, pursuant to a Community Legacy Program Grant from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), will provide secured grant funds for property owners to improve building facades and interiors in the Downtown Business District or within the Pocomoke City Sustainable Communities Boundaries.  The City will also assist property owners in making needed improvements to their buildings so that they will be more attractive for new business start-ups.  This project represents a comprehensive approach to increasing the number of businesses in the do

Current Bids & Notices

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ORDINANCE NO. 450

AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND TO DECLARE CERTAIN PROPERTIES SURPLUS

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RESOLUTION NO. 529

CIRCUIT RIDER GRANT APPLICATION

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND IS AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF A MARYLAND CIRCUIT RIDER APPLICATION

6:00 P.M., on May 28, 2O2O Facebook Livestream for Pocomoke City

The Mayor and City Council of Pocomoke City proposes to increase nonowner-occupied real property taxes.

1. For the tax year beginning July 1, 2020, the estimated real property assessable base will increase by 1.53o/o, from $97,007,546 to $98,490,480.

Update: The Board of Election Supervisors in Pocomoke City: It is the decision and interpretation of the Board of Elections that all absentee ballots cast in the April 7, 2020 election will be declared null and void and will not be considered in any re-scheduled election.

Latest News & Announcements

City Manager, Mayor & Council and the Public Works Department have taken the initiative to make Cedar St and 4th St intersection a safer place. Please take notice of the new 4-way stop signs.

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Business Hours

Hours of Operation - 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Phone Numbers

City Hall: 410-957-1333
Housing Dept: 410-957-1633
Water Dept: 410-957-2521
Public Works: 410-957-0107
Animal Control: 410-632-1340

Police Non-emergency: 410-957-1600
Ambulance Non-emergency: 410-957-3600
Fire Company Non-emergency: 410-957-1023