Planning & Zoning New Office Hours
DORCHESTER COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING AND
PERMITS, INSPECTIONS & LICENSING WILL HAVE
NEW HOURS, EFFECTIVE JUNE 10, 2019
THE OFFICE WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, FROM
9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M., MONDAY – FRIDAY.
The Ragged Point Boat Ramp will be closed on
April 24, 2019 for approximately two months
to replace the existing ramp/bulkhead repairs.
Boat slip renters will have full access with periodic
electric interruption. Stacking of crab pots/gear
is prohibited and will be strictly enforced.
Are you in a Floodplain? Do you need information about building in the Floodplain? Are you interested in further protecting your home from flooding? Why should you purchase Flood Insurance? Where is the Floodplain in Dorchester County? Click here to find information about these questions and Dorchester County’s Floodplain Management Program.
Dorchester County takes a proactive approach to dealing with vacant, blighted and abandoned property. If a property does not sell at the annual tax auction, the County will take ownership and maintain the property until it can be transformed into productive property by new home owners, non-profits, adjacent property owners or neighborhood groups. We do this through a progressive policy which encourages affordable home ownership. Check out the list of available properties and process for purchasing here.
Let our natural beauty and signature Eastern Shore lifestyle move you to Dorchester’s Technology Park. Conveniently located off U.S. Route 50, the Tech Park is a full-service business enterprise zone with 12 competitively priced, builder-ready lots. With prices beginning at $23,000/acre, our building lots range from 2.2 to 5.5 acres. Our economic development team is headquartered at the Eastern Shore Innovation Center, the Tech Park’s flagship business incubator. As business neighbors, our network ensures you real-time advice, assistance and advocacy. Learn more here.