The waterside community of Crisfield in Somerset County, MD is the southernmost town in Maryland.  Located on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, Crisfield is famous for its seafood - especially the Maryland blue crab - its Watermen, wildlife, natural beauty, simple lifestyle and strong sense of community built on faith and hard work.
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This page was last updated: July 3, 2019
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CITY OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED ON JULY 4 & 5, 2019 IN OBSERVANCE OF  INDEPENDENCE DAY.  TRASH  COLLECTION WILL REMAIN ON SCHEDULE.  EMERGENCY NEEDS, CALL 410-968-1323
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DEADLINE TO LICENSE RENTALS 1/1/19
                  Position Available

City of Crisfield, Crisfield Maryland
Licensed Water and Waste Water Operator
The City of Crisfield is seeking a Licensed Water and Waste Water Operator. Candidate must possess a Class 5A Waste Water Treatment License and a Water Treatment Class 1 Water License for the State of Maryland. Candidate must also have a valid Maryland Driver’s License, Class A preferred.




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            PUBLIC NOTICE 7/1/19
              CITY OF CRISFIELD


“The City of Crisfield water department is currently addressing an issue with the Broadway Water Tower. During this time, residents served by that tower may notice a drop in water pressure until the matter is resolved. We expect to have full pressure restored as soon as possible. If anyone notices a particular concern, please contact City Hall. Thank you for your patience.”