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Hurricane Florence Tracking South
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Hurricane Florence Tracking South

OCEAN CITY, MD – (September 12, 2018):  Ocean City emergency management officials are continuing to monitor Hurricane Florence, which is now showing a southern track and steering farther away from the Maryland coastline.  While emergency management officials watch closely in the event of changes to the storm’s path, Ocean City continues to be open for business. OC Bikefest events,...

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Ocean City Continues to Monitor Hurricane; Residents in Low-Lying Areas Need to Keep Watch
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Ocean City Continues to Monitor Hurricane; Residents in Low-Lying Areas Need to Keep Watch

Town of Ocean City Continues to Monitor the Path of Hurricane Florence From Town of Ocean City, 9/12/18: Along with moderate wind and rain, the current path of Hurricane Florence will likely bring storm surges and tidal flooding, specifically in our A and B zones. If you live in Zone A or B, PREPARE NOW by gathering supplies in case you have to leave immediately, or if services are cut...

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As Hurricane Florence strengthens, Hogan declares State of Emergency
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As Hurricane Florence strengthens, Hogan declares State of Emergency

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (September 10, 2018)– On Monday evening, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed Executive Order 01.01.2018.22 declaring a state of emergency beginning Monday, September 10, 2018 ahead of the landfall of Hurricane Florence. The order allows the state to secure the assets and funding should it be needed in jurisdictions within Maryland and neighboring states. “At...

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County Emergency Services Urge ‘Know Your Zone’ in Case of Evacuation
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County Emergency Services Urge ‘Know Your Zone’ in Case of Evacuation

Ocean City, MD (9-10-2018): Worcester County Emergency Services (WCES) officials are urging locals and visitors to prepare now for Hurricane Florence, which is strengthening as it moves toward the U.S.' East Coast as a Category 4 hurricane. It is expected to reach our region on Thursday evening, and rain is expected to continue through Saturday.  In the case of a hurricane, citizens should...

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EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

Police, Fire & Rescue: 9-1-1

Downed Power Lines, Outages & Life-Threatening Emergencies:
1-800-898-8042

Emergency Management Hotline: 410-723-6666

Atlantic General Hospital: 410-641-1100

Beach Patrol: 410-289-7556; 410-250-0125

Coast Guard: 410-289-7559

MD Natural Resources Police: 410-548-7070

Maryland State Police: 410- 641-3101

NON-EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

Beach Patrol: 410-289-7556

U.S. Coast Guard Station: 410-289-7559

MD Natural Resources Police: 410-548-7070

Maryland State Police: 410-641-3101

Fire Department Headquarters,15th St.: 410-289-4346

Lost and Found (Police Department) 65th St.: 410-723-6611

Police Department 65th St.: 410-723-6610

HELPFUL OCEAN CITY PHONE NUMBERS

Municipal Airport: 410-213-2471

Animal Control: 410-723-6649

AAA Emergency Road Service: 800-222-4357

Alcoholics Anonymous: 410-600-5219

City Hall, 3rd St. and Baltimore Avenue: 410-289-8221/ 866-770-8221

Convention Center and Visitor Info, 40th St.: 410-289-2800

Convention Center Box Office: 410-289-8314

District Court, 65th St.: 410-723-6935

Greyhound Bus Service: 410-289-9307/ 800-231-2222

Humane Society: 410-213-0146

Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Assoc: 410-289-6733

Library, 100th St., bayside: 410-524-1818

Post Offices

  • 4th St. and Philadelphia Avenue: 410-289-2940
  • 71st St. and Coastal Highway: 410-524-7611
  • Ocean Gateway inside Wockenfuss: 410-213-8880

Public Works Maintenance, 65th St.: 410-524-0391

OC Transportation Department: 410-723-1606

Recreation and Parks, 125th St.: 410-250-0125

Senior Citizens Activity Center: 410-289-0824

Ticketmaster: Toll Free: 800-551-SEAT

Weather Information: 410-289-2931

Western Union: 800-325-6000