Pocomoke City, Maryland

"The friendliest town on the Eastern Shore"

News & Announcements

All Requests for Bids and Public Notices have been moved to their own page. They can be found here.

 Are you or your neighbors experiencing more regular flooding in your region? Has higher water levels impacted your home, commute or access to a region that was previously regularly accessible? We want to hear about those experiences! State, county and local partners are working together to target vulnerable regions of Pocomoke City and Worcester County for possible protection, restoration or further research.

 

The daily trash collection schedule is east of Market St. (Tues. & Fri.); west of Market St. (Mon. & Thurs.). Daily trash pickup changes during Holiday closings for 2022 will be printed on the monthly water bills and is posted on the holiday schedule for the year below.  Trash Collection Schedule: Trash must be placed at the curbside by 7:00 a.m. on collection days. If you have questions regarding the trash or bulk trash pick-up schedule, please call City Hall at 410-957-2521.

 

 

 

Normal Schedule is: Bulk Trash Day is normally the second Wednesday of each month. 

Name of the Project: POCOMOKE WASTEWATER PUMP STATION UPGRADES

 

Purpose: This is part of our City-Wide Water Quality Improvement Implementation Plan; this project is focused on essential repairs and replacements for our wastewater system.  The contract is managed by GMB and subcontracted to M2 Construction. 

 

Amount and Funding of Project:  $1,474,465.00 funded by USDA, RMC, and ARPA

Notice of Construction

Wastewater Pumping Station Upgrades

Dorchester Avenue, Payne Avenue, Cedar Street and Market Street

Start Date: September 12, 2022, Dorchester Avenue, weather permitting

Description of Work Activities:

The recycle bins that were at two locations in Pocomoke City will be moved to a new location. The new location will be at the lot located directly next to the South Water Tower on the corner of Old Virginia Road/ Beltway and Dunn Swamp Road in front of the city's Water/Wastewater plant. The bins behind Tractor Supply have already been relocated and the city will be working on moving the other recycle bins, located at the Roses complex, next to Advanced Auto, to the same location in the next few weeks.

keys were turned into City Hall after an event last week, If you recognize the key chain and can provide a complete description, please claim your keys at City Hall. 410-957-1333 ext 103, Thank you!

An Emergency Mayor and Council meeting was advertised and held at 6:00 p.m. on August 18, 2022 via Zoom/Facebook to discuss the purchase of a refuse truck for the Public Works Department. Emergency Resolution No 571 was passed and the purchase was approved for $249,780.00

 

For Categorically Excluded Projects SUBJECT to Part 58.5

Notice to the Public of Intent to Request Release of Funds

Date: 08/16/2022
Name of Grantee: Pocomoke City, Maryland
Address of Grantee: 101 Clarke Avenue Pocomoke City, MD 21851
Phone Number of Grantee: 410.957.1333

The purpose of this Notice is to identify actions to be taken by Pocomoke City, Maryland.

On or about 8/24/2022 the above-named Pocomoke City, Maryland, Worcester County will request that the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development
release federal funds from the Maryland Community Development Block Grant Program to be used for the following project:

Project Title: Water Line Improvement, Pocomoke City CIPP Lining Project (Phase1)

Notice of Annexation to the City of Pocomoke City. The effective date of the annexation will be 45 days after the adoption of the resolutions.

Please click on the link below to review the documents:

Welcome to Pocomoke City, Maryland!  Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Pocomoke River, touted as the deepest river in the world for its width and lined with lovely Cypress trees, our city offers exciting adventures for boating, fishing, jet skiing, canoeing, and kayaking.  A ride down the river will be most memorable as you see American Bald Eagles, birds and wildlife of many species.  While near the river, explore our 1.5-mile downtown Nature Trail viewing a unique diversity of trees and birds that make this portion of the Pocomoke River so special.  Our location on the wonderful Delmarva Peninsula is a paradise for beach lovers, surfers, hunters, fishermen, bird watchers, and those who love a simple, coastal and laid-back way of life.  

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Business Hours

Hours of Operation - 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Phone Numbers

City Hall: 410-957-1333
Housing Dept: 410-957-1633
Water Dept: 410-957-2521
Public Works: 410-957-0107
Animal Control: 410-632-1340

Police Non-emergency: 410-957-1600
Ambulance Non-emergency: 410-957-3600
Fire Company Non-emergency: 410-957-1023