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Ocean City St. Patrick’s Day Parade Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Precautions
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Ocean City St. Patrick’s Day Parade Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Precautions

Ocean City St. Patrick's Day Parade Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Precautions   BREAKING NEWS!! Delmarva Irish American Club Cancels St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Stating Safety & Prevention Come First Ocean City, Maryland – (March 12, 2020): After lengthy discussion and careful deliberation, the Delmarva Irish American Club (DIAC) has decided to cancel this weekend’s St....

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Ocean City St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2020 CANCELLED
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Ocean City St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2020 CANCELLED

Ocean City St. Patrick's Day Parade 2020 CANCELLED   With the parade cancelled, please know that the Town of Ocean City and surrounding area is open for business. We at OceanCity.com are watching for any updates, but at this point, any other activities and businesses are still open. Ocean City will be glowing in green as the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, sponsored by...

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Hurricane Dorian: Making Waves & Smiles
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Hurricane Dorian: Making Waves & Smiles

Ocean City's visitors are still happily flocking in! Surfers are some of the most excited due to Dorian's effect on the surf. Dylan Skelley of Rehoboth Beach,DE, pictured here, was excited for waves yesterday and said he, his brother, and their friends were all excited for Saturday as it was then predicting to have the largest waves due to Dorain. "We will be anywhere between here and Dewey in...

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Hurricane Dorian UPDATE: Ocean City Mostly Sunny Saturday!
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Hurricane Dorian UPDATE: Ocean City Mostly Sunny Saturday!

Hurricane Dorian, now a Category 2 Hurricane, is following the predicted path along the East Coast, but the Carolinas seeing landfall is still viable.  Coastal flooding and beach erosion especially at high tides in Warned Hurricane areas of Northern Florida, Georgia, and Carolinas are likely today and overnight. Large swells are expected to impact the coast from its current locale to North...

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EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

Police, Fire & Rescue: 9-1-1

COVID-19 Questions: 2-1-1

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

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