1.Virtual Community Briefing: Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich will host a virtual community briefing from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. He will be joined by MCPS Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith, County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles and Director of Emergency Management Dr. Earl Stoddard. They will share the latest updates on COVID-19. The virtual community briefing will be streamed live on the County’s website and Facebook page. The event will also be simulcast on County Cable Montgomery (CCM).
2. Free Grab-and-Go Meals: Silver Diner in Rio will be providing free grab-and-go meals for Montgomery County children and families in need from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Click here for more details.
Please share: Starting today between 2pm – 4pm, free grab-and-go meals will now also be available at @Silver_Diner @RIOLakefront for #MontgomeryCounty children + families in need. No questions asked. #MoCo
— Real Food for Kids (@realfoodforkids) April 1, 2020
3. Virtual Library Events: Montgomery County Public Libraries has several virtual events available for you to enjoy while practicing social distancing. Click here for more details.
Interactive Virtual Storytime? Check. These programs are an excellent way for your little reader to grow their reading skills even from home and interact with their favorite librarian. Checkout some of our other virtual storytime events. https://t.co/8SZdtcofeT pic.twitter.com/miFWLLMnZ3
— mcpl_Libraries (@MCPL_Libraries) March 26, 2020
4. Montgomery Parks Update: Although parks and trails are open from sunrise to sunset, officials with Montgomery Parks says there are COVID-19 guidelines to follow. Click here for more details.
Use our parks and trails from sunrise to sunset for fresh air and exercise, like hiking, biking, running, and walking.
Follow posted COVID-19 guidelines in the parks and on the trails, and be smart and do your part to stop the spread.
— Montgomery Parks (@MontgomeryParks) April 1, 2020
5. COVID-19 and Your Business: A 90-day extension for tax payments has been granted for Maryland businesses and individuals due to COVID-19. Click here for information on taxes, financial assistance, and other business resources.
Due to COVID-19, Maryland businesses and individuals were given a 90-day extension for tax payments.
— Maryland Commerce (@MDBiz) April 1, 2020