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Local Government Planning

Harford County

Profile

Harford County is bordered on the east by the Susquehanna River and Cecil County, the north by Pennsylvania, the west by Baltimore County, and the Chesapeake Bay on the South. The County seat is Bel Air. ​
Harford County map


Regional Planning Agency

The Baltimore Metropolitan Council

Priority Funding Areas (PFA)

View the statewide Interactive PFA Map

Comprehensive Plans

Jurisdiction Current Plan / Adoption Date
Harford Master Plan CMP-2017
Municipalities:
Aberdeen  CMP-2011
Bel Air  CMP-2016
Havre de Grace CMP-2010
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Septic Law Implementation Plans

Jurisdiction Map & Documentation MDP Response
Harford County Map  Doc  Info Response
Municipalities:
Aberdeen  Map  Doc Response
Bel Air  Map  Doc Response
Havre de Grace Map  Doc Response​

Minor Subdivision Definition Changes

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Staff Assignments

Victoria Olivier
victoria.olivier@maryland.gov
410-767-4572

Planning Contacts

Kevin Small
Director
Town of Bel Air
Department of Planning & Community Development
705 Churchville Road
Bel Air, MD 21014​
ksmall@belairmd.org
410-879-9500
Phyllis Grover
Director
City of Aberdeen
Department of Planning & Community Development
60 North Parke Street
P.O. Box 70
Aberdeen, MD 21001
pgrover@aberdeen-md.org
410-272-1600
Bradley Killian
Director
Harford County
Department of Planning & Zoning
220 South Main Street
Bel Air, MD 21014
bkillian@harfordcountymd.gov
410-638-3228
Shane Grimm
Director
City of Havre de Grace
Department of Planning
City Hall
711 Pennington Avenue
Havre de Grace, MD 21078
shaneg@havredegracemd.com
(410) 939-1800

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