Mtn. Lake Park Map

A variety of maps for your viewing. 

NEW:

Pothole? Road needs plowing? Find out who to call at "Know Your Roads"

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Area Map

Google Map of Mountain Lake Park

Zoning Map

Maryland State Highway Administration Map

1906 Birds Eye View of Mountain Lake Park

Maryland Flood Risk Map - Click "I accept," enter street address zip code or zoom to location.

"Know Your Roads and Who to Call"

FEMA Maps:

Search By Address - Enter street address zip code, click Search. Actions available: View Map, Save Map, access FEMA's Interactive Map, view Letters of Map Change.

Flood Insurance Rate Map Panel 0269D Southern Mtn. Lake Park

Flood Insurance Rate Map Panel 0267D Northern Mtn. Lake Park

Flood Insurance Rate Map Panel 0286D Northeast corner of Mtn. Lake Park

Flood Insurance Rate Map Panel 0288D Southeast edge of Mtn. Lake Park

FEMA's National Flood Hazard Layer (Official)  - Enter street address zip code or pan to location.

 

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Town Officials

Town Council Members
Donald W. Sincell - Mayor - 7/2023
Bryan Fred Callis - Vice President of Council - 7/2022
Patrick Damon - 7/2022
Linda Fike - 7/2023
Jeffrey Hovis - 7/2023
Pam Nelson - 7/2022

Planning Commission
Patrick Damon - Chairman
Linda Goodrich

Zoning Board of Appeals
Karen Wooddell - Chairman
Leon Cardiff, Jr.
Gene Flinn

Town Employees
Lenora Fischetti - Clerk Treasurer
Lois Wilson - Assistant Town Clerk
Jeff Meyers - Maintenance Supervisor
Willie Stemple

Code Enforcement Office
Jarrett Mahoney

Attorney
Brian Kasecamp

 

News

Town Council Meeting -  The next meeting will be held on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 6 PM, at the town hall. 


7/1/21 - At the July 1st Town Meeting, the Council voted to rescind the town's adoption of Garrett County's ATV law. No ATV's may operated in town under any circumstance.


9/30/21 - Last Brush Pickup of the Year


11/18/21 - Last Leaf Pickup; weather permitting.


Town Parks are equipped with video surveillance. All parks and walking trails in town are trash-free. Visitors are to put litter they generate in trash bags and carry it home. This will improve the appearance of parks and trails by removing trash cans that detract from the beauty of the environment. 












     






Fun Facts

The town picks up about 300 tons of leaves each autumn.

In 1881, Mountain Lake Park was purchased as 800 acres for the sum of $4,672.

Today, the town has expanded to 1280 acres with an assessed value over $100,000,000.

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