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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Tree Lighting - The tree lighting scheduled for Friday, December 6, has been cancelled due to inclement weather.
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.
What is Going on Around Town?
Boy Scout Troop 1323 Fundraiser
Troop 1323 is in Laytonsville, Maryland. We are chartered by St. Paul United Methodist Church. We are an active troop providing frequent and high adventure opportunities to all scouts from Tenderfoot to Eagle. In the last few years we have tripled our n umbers attracting Cub Scouts from a number of local packs. The committed and able Troop and scout leaders are a big factor for our success. In 2014, Troop 1323 is looking to expand the opportunities that we provide each scout and our ability to give back to our charter organization and the Town of Laytonsville. In the past year we have participated in the West Point Camporee and a National Capitol Region emergency preparedness camporees, weekend hikes and adventures on the Appalachian Trail, Dolly Sods Wilderness area; Assateague State Park; and biked 50 miles of the C&O canal. In 2014 we are looking for more high adventure opportunities to challenge our senior scouts with activities that develop strong scout leaders and scouts.Working with Boyland Electric, a local electrical service provider, we were able to repair the broken parking lot lights at the church. For the town, our scouts have also removed a derelict fire pit, installed a new fire pit; scraped and repainted 5,000 gallon historic water tank; designed and installed exercise equipment along a community trail; supported Town parades and community gatherings; and properly retired numerous American Flags. Troop 1323 has a lot to offer our scouts; charter organization; and community.
By supporting these fundraisers you are helping to create scouts who will be true citizens of this nation and have the experience, compassion, and drive to make it a better place for all. - See more at:
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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 2013:
For Monday, Jan. 21, Martin Luther King, pick-up will be Jan. 22
For Monday, Feb. 18, President’s Day, pick-up will be Feb. 19 - trash pick-up will occur on both 2/18 and 2/19
For Monday, May 27, Memorial Day, pick-up will be May 28
For Monday, Sept. 2, Labor Day, pick-up will be Sept. 3
For Monday, Nov. 11, Veterans Day, pick-up will be Nov. 12
Click here for the latest update from WSSC. You may also get information by checking WSSC's project page. Call Town Hall at 301-869-0042 with questions or issues.