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Maryland Department of Planning’s Telework and Constituent Service Strategy
Governor Larry Hogan has issued an
mandating teleworking for non-essential state employees, beginning Friday, March 13, across all state agencies in response to COVID-19. Many events and most travel has been cancelled. The Department of Planning will endeavor to accomplish work meetings virtually when appropriate and will continue working to serve Marylanders. Though the great majority of the staff is teleworking, we will do our best to continue our services without pause.
Planning will continue to promote responding to the U.S. Census that is open for response.
We encourage all Marylanders to respond. You can do it online, by phone, or by filling out and returning the questionnaire by mail. The only reason a Census worker would come to your home is if you do not complete the form in advance of the U.S. Census Bureau’s deadlines.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we appreciate your understanding. Information about Planning’s programs and activities can be found on our
. If you are inquiring about a specific program, please visit the program page for additional information and specific information on how to contact the program team.
The State of Maryland is continuing to operate under a state of emergency, and all levels of government are taking a comprehensive, collaborative approach to keep Marylanders safe and informed while continuing to provide them necessary services. The list of ongoing state actions is available at
For health resources regarding COVID-19, including case counts and clinician guidance, Marylanders should visit
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