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 Council and Public Notices.
We take pride in being the government closest to the people.
Mayor Dan Prats
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The WSSC Laytonsville Water System is complete!
To celebrate the completion of the WSSC water system for Laytonsville, an opening ceremony was held on March 22 featuring Guest of Honor, Former Mayor Willard Oland.
Mayor Oland worked on this system for years, retiring just before construction began, so the Town has asked him to "Open the system" he helped create.
Left to right: Delegate Craig Zucker, Senator Karen Montgomery, Former Mayor Willard Oland, Terry Wilkins, Tom Natelli, Dave Tomich, County Council Member Nancy Floreen, Chief Buddy Sutton, Mayor Dan Prats
Laytonsville History Book Available!
A brand new 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.
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.
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When trash and recycling pick-up occur on Monday holidays, the following day, Tuesday, will be the designated pick-up day. The designated holidays follow the county transfer station schedule and will be as follows for 2014:
For Monday, Jan. 20, Martin Luther King, pick-up will be Jan. 21
For Monday, Feb. 17, President’s Day, pick-up will be Feb. 18
For Monday, May 26, Memorial Day, pick-up will be May 27
For Monday, Sept. 1, Labor Day, pick-up will be Sept. 2