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Boundary Lane Waterfront Park Master Plan- 7.6 Acre Community Park Design Process

Boundary Lane Waterfront Park Map by Mahan Rykiel Associates

Background Information

The Town of St. Michaels is excited to announce a series of public meetings to solicit community input on the development of a park master plan for the Environmental Concern property located on Boundary Lane, adjacent to the nature trail.  The 7.6 acre parcel will be purchased by the Town in late September.  Town officials, working with planning consultants Mahan Rykiel Associates, will host a series of public meetings to solicit input in the development of a long-range park master plan.  The project will be temporarily referred to as the Boundary Lane Waterfront Park Master Plan (or BLWP Master Plan) during this planning process. Development of a park name will be part of the planning process.

Mahan Rykiel consultants will assist the Town in facilitating the design process over the next several months, culminating with a final plan derived through community input. The BLWP Master Plan will allow the Town to then move forward in pursuing grant opportunities for the development of the park.

We value the community’s input throughout this process. In order for us to capture as much public opinion as possible, we are requesting public comments for consideration be presented for this project in the following three manners: 1) attending public input meetings and presenting your thoughts; 2) completing the attached survey; or 3) submitting your thoughts via the attached comment form. We are looking forward to hearing your thoughts in the development of St. Michaels newest park!

Please visit this site regularly for upcoming meeting dates and additional updates related to this project. We hope that you will join us for some or all of the scheduled public meetings, which are included in the calendar below.

Public Survey:
The first opportunity to share your thoughts includes the attached public survey. The closing date for submitting the public survey is October 10th, 2023. Please click on the attached link to complete the survey, which should take approximately 5-8 minutes. Thank you in advance for your participation.

Tentative Meeting Calendar:

Click HERE for October Meeting Dates Flyer

October 3, 2023: 1st Public Outreach Meeting (Tuesday evening 6-8pm)
October 4, 2023: 2nd Public Outreach Meeting (Wednesday evening 4-6pm)

(Note: The October 3rd and 4th meetings will cover the same material. There are two similar meetings to allow the public an opportunity to choose which is more convenient to attend.)

October 24, 2023: 3rd Public Outreach Meeting (Tuesday evening 6-8pm)

November 15, 2023: 4th Public Outreach Meeting (Wednesday evening 6-8pm)
December 5, 2023: Special Joint Meeting: Planning Commission & Parks & Recreation Board (Tuesday morning-afternoon 11am-1pm)

The above meetings scheduled from October through December will be held in the Christ Church Parish House located at 103 Willow Street, St. Michaels, Maryland. We would like to extend our appreciation to Christ Church for allowing us to utilize their facility to accommodate our community. Please be aware that parking is limited.

January 10, 2024: Town Commissioners of St. Michaels Meeting (Wednesday evening 6pm)
January 24, 2024: Town Commissioners of St. Michaels Meeting (Wednesday evening 6pm, via Zoom)

The January Town Commissioners meetings will be at the Talbot County Free Library, St. Michaels Branch, at 106 Fremont Street.

All public meetings will be in-person only, Zoom meeting services are unavailable due to internet connectivity. We will permit a 5 minute comment period per individual, to allow for all participants to have an equal opportunity to express themselves.

BLWP Master Plan Public Comment Form
In order to ensure consistency, comments will only be received using this form.
Click here to submit a comment.

Town of St. Michaels Accepting Applications for Town Clerk

The Town of St. Michaels, population 1,040, is located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Known as “the town that fooled the British”, St. Michaels boasts a combination of popular marinas, inns, bed & breakfasts, shops, and restaurants that make it a favorite destination for visitors. Frequently featured in travel publications and a popular destination, St. Michaels is steeped in history and maritime culture.

The Town of St. Michaels is recruiting for a full-time Town Clerk to provide general and administrative clerical support to ensure the Town’s legislative history is properly documented and archived for future generations. The successful candidate will be required to attend and maintain accurate and complete records of all proceedings of the Town Commissioner meetings; maintain and update documents, such as Town Codes and/or the Town Charter; prepare agendas and meeting packets for all Commissioner meetings; as requested prepare ordinances, resolutions, or proclamations so that they can be executed, recorded, archived, or distributed. In addition. The Clerk is tasked with typing documents, compiling and filing records, answering telephone calls, scheduling meetings and appointments, reserving meeting rooms, and completing general office tasks pertaining to official business of the Town Commissioners. Work is performed under the direction of the Town Administrator.

Experience and Education:

  • Experience in municipal government or similar setting is a plus.
  • A high school diploma or equivalent with supplemental business school or applicable college-level course work.
  • A valid driver’s license is required.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Experience with Municipal Government/Town governmental organization.
  • Experience with electronic document management systems.
  • Virtual platforms, such as Zoom for meetings.
  • Transcription and maintaining official records.
  • Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects, and demands.
  • Communicate effectively, written and verbal, with various audiences.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Use of Microsoft Office Software (Outlook, Word, Excel, and other applications as necessary).

The Town of St. Michaels offers a generous benefit package including health care, paid vacation, paid sick leave, a pension plan through Maryland State Retirement System, and encourages training and development. Competitive salary dependent upon qualifications. 

Please send an application for employment, resume, and cover letter to the address below by 2:00p.m. on October 23, 2023. 

Click here to obtain a copy of the Application for Employment.

St. Michaels Town Hall
Attn: Rob Straebel, Town Administrator
P.O. Box 206
St. Michaels, MD 21663

St. Michaels, Maryland Harbor Flooding & Stormwater Mitigation Project Request for Proposals (RFP)

St. Michaels, Maryland Harbor Flooding & Stormwater Mitigation Project Request for Proposals Study Area Aerial Map


The Town of St. Michaels has been awarded a federal grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for additional harbor flooding and stormwater management mitigation studies. The work will be managed by the Climate Change/Sea Level Rise Commission (CC/SLRC) along with staff. The federal funds originate from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and are distributed and managed through the Maryland Department of Emergency Management. The funding will be used for two projects:

PROJECT AREA Cherry Street/Honeymoon Bridge, Harbor Walkway, Burns St. and Mill St.

The results of these studies will be to develop flood mitigation measures and design construction drawings that can be used for permitting and for future grants to construct improvements.

We are proposing to hire consulting services to accomplish the scope of work in the RFP (See attached RFP).  

Click here for complete RFP packet

Supplemental Documents for Review
Town of St. Michaels Comprehensive Plan, 2015
Harbor and Stormwater Infrastructure Study by GMB, December 2020
Mill St. Civil Engineering Feasibility Study for Raising the Road to 5 feet over MSL by Rauch Engineering, March, 2023
Stormwater Modeling for Mill St. Culvert by Rauch Engineering, May, 2022
Burns St. Civil Engineering Feasibility Study for Raising the Road to 5 feet over MSL by Rauch Engineering, May, 2022
Cherry St./Honeymoon Bridge Initial Sketch plan ideas at 4 feet over MSL by GMB
Initial Feasibility Sketch Plan for Combined Police and Town Administration Building by Crosby Associates (Additional Options Under Consideration)
Study Area Map for Project Area including Cherry St./Honeymoon Bridge, Harbor Walkway, Mill St. and Burns St.
Survey of Mill Street Area and Report, Rauch Engineering, 2023
Photographs of Project Areas

Submission Date:

Sealed proposals are due on or before September, 8th 2023, at 4:00 pm. The Proposal may be hand delivered or mailed to the Town of St. Michaels, 300 Mill Street, PO Box 206, St. Michaels, Maryland 21663. Any proposals received after that time will not be accepted.

Pre-Bid Meeting:

A pre-bid meeting was held on August 17th, 2023, at 10:15 a.m. in the Boy Scout Cabin at 407 St. Mary’s Square, St. Michaels. We extend our appreciation to all those who attended.

For questions related to this RFP, please direct correspondence to our Town Planner, Steve Ball, via email to

The right is reserved as the interest of the Town of St. Michaels may appear, to reject any and all bids, to waive any informality or irregularity in bids received, and to accept or reject any items of any bid.

The Commissioners of St. Michaels

Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Town of St. Michaels Website Redesign/Maintenance Services

Corporation of St. Michaels Talbot County Maryland Town Seal


The Town of St. Michaels is requesting sealed proposals from an individual or firm to provide three services related to its website: (1) hosting and security protection of the Town’s website, retaining its current url,, (2) redesign of the site, and (3) maintenance and technical support of the redesigned website. Please read the attached Request for Proposals and additional documents for a more detailed description of our request.

Click here for RFP packet.

Additional RFP Documents Below:
Affidavit of Public Contracting Eligibility
Contract Instructions/Forms and General Conditions for Bidders
Website Design Agreement

Submission Date:

Sealed proposals are due on or before September 27, 2023, by 2:00pm. The proposal may be hand delivered or mailed to the Town of St. Michaels, 300 Mill Street, PO Box 206, St. Michaels, Maryland 21663. Any proposals received after that time will not be accepted. Opening of proposals will commence on September 27, 2023 at 2:00pm in the St. Michaels Town Office, located at 300 Mill Street, St. Michaels, Maryland.

For questions related to this RFP, please direct correspondence to the Town Administrator, Rob Straebel, via email to

The Town of St. Michaels may reject any and all bids, waive any informality or irregularity in bids received, and accept or reject any items of any bid.

Authority of
The Commissioners of St. Michaels

St. Michaels Nature Trail Expansion Project

The Town of St. Michaels was awarded a $35,000 DNR Grant for a Feasibility and Design Study to construct a 1.25-mile extension of the St. Michaels Nature Trail/Multi-Use Bikeway. The vision for this project was initiated by the St. Michaels Rotary Club, who helped build the original Nature Trail, which was completed in 2010.

Project partners include the Commissioners of St. Michaels, the St. Michaels Planning Commission, Rauch Inc., Environmental Concern, and the Rotary Club of St. Michaels. The proposed multipurpose ADA compliant bikeway/pedestrian trail will connect the southeast side of Town (near the high school) to the northwest side of Town, terminating at Perry Cabin Park. The trail will provide a safer route for pedestrians and cyclists to bypass the downtown area, thereby avoiding the busy traffic on the main thoroughfare. It will also provide a safe alternative means to get to/from school events and the ballpark.

As illustrated on the attached map, the trail extension will connect with Bradley Park on Railroad Avenue and continue northward to Perry Cabin Park. Disruptions to private property are anticipated to be minimal as the trail will be located on State Highway Administration easements.  Preliminary investigations including soil studies, wetland studies, and engineering studies will guide the design and engineering.Wooden Covered bridge at San Domingo Creek St Michaels bike on the nature trail 

Once the Feasibility and Design Study are completed the Town and partnering agencies will seek funding from various grants to construct the trail extension. We look forward to highlighting the Town’s natural beauty and serenity through this Nature Trail extension. As this project moves forward, please continue to visit this site on the Town’s website for project updates. Please click on the attached link for additional information regarding this Program. 

Kim Lamphier Bikeways Network Program    

Meetings and Updates:

July 8, 2023: Public Input Meeting 

Photo of Nature trail Extension public input meeting held on July 8 2023 with RAUCH and the Town of St MichaelsThe Town of St. Michaels and our consultants, RAUCH Engineering, held a public input meeting at
Bradley Park pavilion in St. Michaels on Saturday July 8th, 2023, to provide the opportunity for the community to review a draft alignment drawing of the proposed trail extension plan and various design issues and options.

The project will extend the existing 1.3-mile nature trail by another 1.25 miles for a total of 2.55 miles. The plan is to extend it northward from Bradley Park in St. Michaels and terminate at Perry Cabin Park ballfields on the north end of town.  A feasibility alignment study and preliminary engineering work is currently underway. Additional final design and construction funding is yet to be determined.

We appreciate everyone who attended and/or provided feedback regarding the proposed design options. The consensus of the group was to include all three trail options at the top of the map. We will proceed accordingly. 

July 19, 2023: Public Update

The Nature Trail extension project is a multi-year project. At this time, we are working on preliminary feasibility drawings. We just submitted a grant application from the State to complete construction drawings which will take another year. After that, we will search for various funding sources for the actual construction. We estimate it will be 2 ½ to 3 years before it is actually completely built.  

September 14, 2023: Public Update

On September 14th the Maryland Department of Transportation awarded the Town of St. Michaels $48,360.80 to complete final construction drawings for the 1.25 mile nature trail extension project. As you recall from the outreach meeting, July 8, 2023, the trail will extend from Bradley Park to Perry Cabin Ballfield Park and include a shorter loop there, as well as an extension to the north that could be continued in the future as a county project (refer to the diagram at the top of this page). The work on the final construction drawings should begin before the end of the year. By next summer, we hope to begin fund raising for construction of the trail, which is estimated to require about 1 million dollars.

St. Michaels is Investing in the Town’s Water Infrastructure

St Michaels South Water Tower Maintenance Work Crane UsedThe Town of St. Michaels is making substantial investments into an aging water infrastructure that includes repairs and maintenance to the South Water Tower, changes to filter media in the Water Treatment Plant, and planning efforts to replace old commercial and residential water meters using Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) technology in early 2023.

At this time, the maintenance to the South Water Tower and the changes to the filter media in the Water Treatment Plant have been completed. In the future, the North Water Tower will undergo routine maintenance work to prolong the useful life of this tower as well as to ensure a safe and reliable drinking supply.

One new water meter style to be used for replacementCurrently, the water meter replacement project is underway, starting on May 8, 2023. The Town is utilizing approximately $675,000 in American Rescue Plan grant funding to replace residential and commercial water meters with AMI technology. “Smart meters” use wireless communication technology to read meters remotely without having to physically access the meters. The meter transceivers are used to transmit usage data and alert Town Staff to any water breaks through real-time data. The advanced meters are quickly becoming the standard for water utilities and will improve the overall efficiency of the water distribution system.

St. Michaels Water Meter Replacement Map & Notification

Depending on the condition of the existing water meter, the contractor may also replace the water meter box (barrel), lid and meter connection fittings. If the meter box needs to be replaced, the contractor will dig up and remove the old meter box. The contractor will restore the area when completed.

Following installation of the new meter, the contractor will instruct the customer on how to flush the water system.

For questions on information regarding the Water Meter Replacement Project, please contact:

Core & Main
Amanda Wetzel

For questions or information regarding water meter billing, please contact:

Town of St. Michaels
Vickie Sharp, Water Department

For questions or information for the contractor, please contact:

VEPO Solutions
VEPO Office Contact

Section I (blue lines) of the meter installation will begin on the east side of Talbot Street between Perry Cabin Drive and Seymour Avenue, working from north to south. Section II (orange lines) includes areas west of Talbot Street, from Lee Street to Marea Terrace, working from north to south. Section III (green lines) includes areas outside of the Town from Seymour Avenue to Miles Lane including the Rio Vista area. Please see attached map above. We anticipate the project will be completed in mid to late summer.

5-24-2023 Please view map below for completed areas highlighted in red.

Map of St Michaels depicting by color areas of work with red areas being complete for water meter installation
Completed Water Meter Installation Marked in Red

St. Michaels Sustainable Communities Work Group Updates

Boat in St Michaels HarborSustainable Communities is a State of Maryland program that is run through the State’s Department of Housing and Community Development. Local governments that choose to participate can qualify for various grant funds for community development. A work group was recently approved by the Town Commissioners to evaluate the past activities and set a framework for the future for this program.

We have begun working on our program update and will be meeting for the remainder of this year to establish a set of goals for various community improvement related issues which include the environment, economy, transportation, housing, quality of life, local planning and land use. A unified report will be produced by the end of the year. There will be a public hearing on the results. The Town Commissioners will then consider changes based on your review and input and decide what to transmit as the final product.

Our first efforts focused on the environment. Some environmental attributes of the town that were identified includes access to water and the Chesapeake Bay, the work of the Climate Change & Sea Level Rise Commission related to mitigating flooding, the walkable community design of St. Michaels and access to nature and green space.

Wooden Covered bridge at San Domingo Creek St Michaels bike on the nature trailSome areas to work on included public facility improvements to the town’s water supply system to accommodate peak season demand and additional water access for the public. Also, completing the next 1.25-mile extension to the St. Michaels nature trail is a goal for the near future.

Some agency partners to carry out the goals include work with county, state and federal governments to secure funding sources. We will also reach out to consultants and non-profits like the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy and work with companies for activities such as installing new smart water meters to more accurately measure water usage.

Meeting Overview:
April 2023: Environment
May 2023: Economy
June 2023: Transportation 
July 2023: Housing
August 2023: Community Health and Quality of Life
September 2023: Local Planning and Staffing Capacity

As the 2023 Sustainable Communities meetings come to a close, we want to extend our appreciation for the time and instrumental work the members dedicated to ensuring St. Michaels is a prosperous and thriving community for future generations. Steve Ball, Town Planner, is compiling a report generated from the data received to present to the Commissioners.


St. Michaels Maps Ambitious Schedule to Confront Rising Sea Levels

St Michaels Maryland West Harbor Road Flooding photoThe Town of St. Michaels is moving forward with proactive measures to mitigate rising tides. The Commissioners of St. Michaels have recently approved a set of ambitious recommendations from the newly empaneled Climate Change/Sea Level Rise Commission. The CC/SLR Commission has identified priority projects based on long range predictions outlined in a report from GMB Engineers/Architects. The study predicts increasing tide levels over the next 30 years that will cause serious flooding along the Town’s waterfronts.

CC/SLR Chairman Roy Myers presented the aggressive project schedule to the Town Commissioners on August 25th. The Commissioners have approved the plan and will be working with the CC/SLR Commission to secure the necessary funding and grants to move the plan forward. Engineering studies will be underway over the next year and will be followed by the following specific projects:

2023 to 2025 Projected Timeframe

• Construction of E. Chew/W. Harbor Road Improvements
• Begin Phased construction of Honeymoon Bridge, Harbor walkways, Burns, Mill and
  Cherry Streets Master Plan.
• Grant and Engineering Design completed for Muskrat Park and Church Street area.
• In conjunction with adjacent properties, complete strategies/plans for Mulberry Street,
  Westside Harbor residents, Carpenter Street and San Domingo Town residents.

2025 to 2030 Projected Timeframe

• Complete Construction of Muskrat Park Improvements
• Complete Engineering Studies for Mulberry Street and Carpenter Street
• Complete construction of Master Plan – Construction for Honeymoon Bridge, Harbor
  walkways, Burns, Mill and Cherry Streets
• Complete Engineering Plans for San Domingo/Back Creek harbor side of St. Michaels.
• Assist Westside Harbor residents in their plans as appropriate.


Climate Change/Sea Level Rise Commission BayLand Presentation at Community Input Session on March 16, 2023
Anna Johnson, Project Engineer with BayLand Consultants & Designers, Inc., held a community input session with a power point presentation on “San Domingo Creek and West Side Stormwater and Harbor Infrastructure Assessment and Flood Mitigation Study”. This informative presentation can be found HERE. BayLand is interested in your feedback regarding flooding concerns, areas of peak interest, and any mitigation solutions you would like to see implemented. Please visit this link, complete the attached form and return it to Anna Johnson, PE at

San Domingo Creek and Westside Stormwater and Flood Mitigation Study – Vulnerability Assessment Presentation on May 11, 2023
The Town received a briefing on the San Domingo Creek and Westside Stormwater and Flood Mitigation Study from BayLand consultant and Project Engineer, Anna Johnson. She reviewed with the CC/SLRC and public their vulnerability assessment for the at-risk flooding areas on the San Domingo Creek side of St. Michaels. Ms. Johnson will use this information and feedback to move forward with this project and plan to meet again with the Town and public on August 10, 2023 at the 5:00pm meeting. 

San Domingo Creek and Westside Stormwater and Flood Mitigation Study – Mitigation Strategies Discussion on August 10, 2023
Anna Johnson, BayLand consultant and Project Engineer, presented BayLand’s draft mitigation strategies for the San Domingo Creek side of St. Michaels at risk flooding areas to the CC/SLRC and the Town residents. The CC/SLRC will use this updated information to make decisions toward designating which of BayLand’s Conceptual Design will be carried out to 30% Construction Design Plans. We have attached Ms. Johnson’s Progress draft of this project. Please note that this is a DRAFT and will continue to be modified as the project progresses to completion. Click here for the Progress DRAFT of the St. Michaels San Domingo Creek and West Side Stormwater and Harbor Infrastructure Assessment and Flood Mitigation Study. For more detailed explanation of this Progress Draft, please view the meeting attached here.

GMB Community Input Session Open House for West Harbor Road/East Chew Avenue Sea Level Rise and Stormwater Flooding Conceptual Design on March 30, 2023
Brent Jett, P.E., CFM, CC-P, Sr. Project Manager/Coastal Resiliency Group Leader (and author of the initial Harbor and Stormwater Infrastructure Study) along with other Architects/Engineers with George, Miles & Buhr, LLC (GMB), held an open house on “Resiliency Through Restoration: West Harbor Road/East Chew Avenue Flood Mitigation Feasibility Assessment and Conceptual Design” to allow the community to ask questions and provide crucial community input, while taking time to better understand this study. An aerial view depicting the area of interest for this study may be viewed HERE. GMB is interested in your feedback regarding flooding concerns, areas of peak interest, and any mitigation solutions you would like to see implemented. Please visit this link, complete the attached survey and return it to Brent Jett, PE at

GMB Community Input/Feedback Session for West Harbor Road/East Chew Avenue Flood Mitigation Study was held on July 13, 2023
GMB developed two design concepts for the West Harbor Road/East Chew Avenue area which they shared with the community and received their feedback toward moving forward with this project. Below we have attached several documents related to this project for your review. Please join us at our next meeting on August 15th when GMB will share the findings of their stormwater evaluation and more discussions will be held regarding proposed options. 
Brent Jett’s Power Point Presentation
West Harbor Boat Slip Parking Memo by Mr. Glackin
West Harbor Parking Survey Results by Mr. Glackin
July 13, 2023 CC/SLRC Minutes Summary by Mr. Glackin

St. Michaels Preparing for Nuisance Flooding
Andrew Thaler, from the Climate Change/Sea Level Rise Commission and developer of the St. Michaels Floodwatch, and Kate Vogel, from Maryland DNR and MyCoast web application, have presented both the Floodwatch project and MyCoast app during Lunch and Learn sessions at both the Talbot County Library St. Michaels and Easton branches. More recently, they were interviewed by WBOC’s Lauren Miller to explain how their interactive technology is helping to prepare and educate our communities about nuisance flooding along the Eastern Shore. Please take a moment to watch this interview by clicking on the attached link HERE.

St. Michaels Awarded Flooding & Stormwater Mitigation Project Grant
The Town of St. Michaels has been awarded another large grant to tackle the threat of rising sea levels. Working with the Maryland Department of Emergency Management, the Town has secured a $210,000 federal grant. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved this grant money for the Town’s Harbor Flooding and Stormwater Mitigation Project.

This federal grant follows two state grants amounting to $115,000. These grants from the Department of Natural Resources are currently funding concept designs for two flood-prone areas.

The grants are the results of efforts by the Town’s Climate Change/Sea Level Rise Commission which was empaneled in the summer of 2021. Commission Chair Roy Myers says, “This latest grant builds upon our current efforts to complete the concept designs for flooding mitigation in our main harbor areas. We are grateful to MDEM and FEMA for their support and are looking forward to working with them on the implementation of this grant.”

St. Michaels Commissioners President David Breimhurst says, “This is terrific news for St. Michaels and for Talbot County. St. Michaels is home to the County’s second largest employer and is the primary source of the County’s multi-million-dollar tourism industry. Protecting our Town from the threat of sea level rise is our top priority. We congratulate and thank Mr. Myers and his commission for the many hours of hard work that have paid off with these significant grants.” The CC/SLR Commission’s work has become a vital element of the town’s long range plans and will help shape the Town’s 2025 Comprehensive Plan. The Commission has been reaching out to the public for guidance and is providing updated information. Recently, the state Department of Natural Resources partnered with the CC/SLRC, linking its online  MYCOAST  tool with the St Michaels Floodwatch website. The Floodwatch interactive tool was created by Commission member Andrew Thaler and can be found online at There is also a link on the town website, Residents can use the tool to understand how their Talbot County properties might be affected by sea level rise projections. Roy Myers says, “It is a graphic view of why the town needs to plan today for tomorrow’s sea level rise and stormwater flooding.”

July 25, 2023, Press Release:  Secretary Strickland Visits St. Michaels; Tours flood-prone areas (click to read more)

Adopted FY2024 Budget and Charts

Commissioners Approve FY24 Budget.

The budget was passed unanimously by Commissioners on Wednesday, May 24, 2023.  

St. Michaels Adopted FY2024 Budget
St. Michaels FY2024 Budget Charts

October 5, 2023 at 11am – Planning Commission Meeting

Join us for the St. Michaels Planning Commission meeting on Thursday, October 5, 2023 at 11am. Unless notice is given of an alternative venue, all meetings will be held at the Boy Scout Cabin, located at 407 St. Mary’s Square.

10-5-2023 PC Draft Agenda

10-5-2023 PC Meeting Packet

Please note: All agendas are DRAFT DOCUMENTS until the day of the meeting.

The Planning Commission will have in-person attendance and will continue to use Zoom for meetings. If you have not used Zoom, please take a few minutes to download the free app to your computer or smartphone prior to joining the meeting HERE.

Join Zoom meeting by computer or smartphone:

Meeting ID: 326 426 1778

To join with audio only by phone:

1 301 715 8592

Meeting ID: 326 426 1778