COVID-19 Update

February 11, 2021 


On March 13, 2020, the Town of Laytonsville Town Hall was closed because of the Covid-19 virus crisis.  Like most people we thought that this would only last for a short time.  Nearly a year has gone by and the fear of getting sick has grown.  Now that there are 2 or 3 vaccines being used within the United States, the urgency has shifted from concern about getting sick to the length of time it will take to receive our vaccine shots.

I am proud of the exceptional service that our staff has continuously provided to our citizens.  Beginning in April 2020, we utilized Zoom to reach our Council, staff and residents during this time of distancing.  It would be reasonable to expect virtual Town meetings to continue for several months.  Although we miss the opportunity to meet “face-to-face” our Town Staff have adopted procedures which continue to allow prompt processing of Town business.  In fact, utilizing the Internet has actually improved the Town’s response time when handling some items.

Thank you for being considerate and for your patience.  Please check the Town’s webpage for activities and information.  The Town is using Zoom to meet and to discuss business each month.  The public is welcome to join any of our virtual meetings.  Our webpage has a calendar of meetings as well as the URL to use in joining the meetings.

Do not forget that if you need to contact the Town Hall, you can call on 301-869-0042 and leave a voice message.  You will be contacted very soon.  If you would like to use email, you can reach the Town Clerk at  clerk@comcast.net.

Stay well and continue to check our website for updates.

James A. Ruspi, Mayor

Town of Laytonsville


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T. V. Barbershop is open by appointment only!

6834 Olney-Laytonsville Road

Call 301-208-1025 for an appointment.  

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Welcome to the the Town of Laytonsville...

  we hope you enjoy your visit!

Laytonsville is a small municipality located in beautiful Montgomery County, Maryland, about 25 miles north of the White House.  We welcome your thoughts, ideas and input on what we can do to make the town and this web site better.  Please let us know if you think something needs to be repaired, improved or changed. 

Residents of the town may be interested in looking at the minutes of the Town Council meetings, Town Services, Town Ordinances, the Town Services and Public Notices.

We take pride in being the government closest to the people.

 


Photo of Town Hall during Parade


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If you are interested being an Events Organizer for the Town, please contact the Town Hall at 301-869-0042. 

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A book titled Laytonsville from Crossroads to Community ,written by Anne Burke Wolf and Jane Griffith Evans is available for sale at the Town Hall for $20.  Cash and checks are acceptable.  Checks to be made to the Laytonsville Historical Center, Inc. 

 

Quick Links:


A graphical representation of the zoning of all lots within the town as of December 2018 is now available. Click on the image to open it. Due to the size of the image, a broadband Internet connection is recommended.


Zoning Ordinance 

Comprehensive Plan

 

Stay Informed


Regularly Scheduled Meetings - A number of committees and boards meet on a regular basis to discuss issues pertaining to the town. Additional meetings may be scheduled by each group on an as needed basis. All meetings are conducted at Town Hall.  

Meeting

Regularly
Scheduled Meeting
Date & Time

Chairperson

Town Council Regular Meeting 1st Tuesday, Monthly, 7:30 pm Mayor
Zoning Board of Appeals 1st Monday,  Monthly, 7:30 pm as needed Jacob Cecere
Historic District Commission 3rd Monday,  Monthly, 7:30 pm Charles Hendricks
Town Council Work Sessions 3rd Tuesday, Monthly, 7:30 pm Mayor
Planning Commission Quarterly or as needed Eric Wenger

 

Sign up for Town email notification

If you are a Town of Laytonsville resident and would like to be part of our email notification list, please send your email address  and your street address to 'clerk2011@comcast.net' or call the Town Hall at 301-869-0042.

                                         



 

 

 

 

 

 

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Upcoming Meetings & Public Notices

February 20, 2021 • Town Hall
May 03, 2021 3:00 PM • Town Hall



Upcoming events

May 03, 2021 3:00 PM • Town Hall

Items from the Community

There are no annoucements at this time!

Groups in the Laytonsville area can publicize events in the box above by contacting the Town Hall at 301-869-0042.


 

 


P.O. Box 5158
Laytonsville, MD 20882
301-869-0042
301-869-7222 FAX


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