COVID-19 Information - COVID-19 Information –Click the link for accurate and updated information about COVID-19 (coronavirus) from the Carroll County Health Department (CCHD). For questions, call the COVID-19 Call Center 410-876-4848 between 8 am – 5 pm on weekdays; after hours, leave a message or call 2-1-1. County Government buildings closed to the public unless scheduled appointment. All Carroll County senior centers are currently closed.

Carroll Rebound Grant Application Deadline Extended to August 31st

Stephen Wantz is in his second term as County Commissioner, District 1.  He was a professional firefighter with the Baltimore County Fire Department from 1982 to 2012.  

Richard Weaver is in his second term as County Commissioner. He retired from Carroll County Public Schools where he was an educator at North Carroll High School for 38 years.

Dennis Frazier is in his second term as County Commissioner. An educator for the Carroll County Public School System for 18 years, Mr. Frazier has taught physical education at Mount Airy Middle School and coached wrestling at Century High School.

Eric Bouchat is in his first term as County Commissioner. He is currently President of Bouchat Industries, Inc., established in 1994, providing metal fabrication services for military, industrial and public utility markets.

Ed Rothstein is in his first term as County Commissioner. Ed’s diverse thirty-plus year military career included numerous deployments along with multiple duty stations including his last military assignment as Garrison Commander at Fort Meade in Maryland.

County Commissioners

Commissioners' Corner

The Carroll County Commissioners

Welcome to the Commissioners' Corner of the 61st Board of County Commissioners for Carroll County, Maryland. We hope that you will find your visit enjoyable and informative. Carroll County is governed by five commissioners, each representing his or her home district. Click on the View More link at the left to access each commissioner’s page.

Commissioners District Map

Starting with the 2010 election, Carroll County voters have changed the way they select the Board of County Commissioners. A five-member, by-district board was approved by a 2004 referendum. Boundaries for the five districts were established by the 2008 Maryland General Assembly. Each voter can elect a single commissioner to represent his or her district.

Weekly Podcast

Listen to the Commissioners' weekly podcast.

District Map

Find your District.

agenda

See the agenda for the upcoming Commissioners' meeting.

Featured Department

Carroll Forward

Several Carroll County leaders are uniting to promote a common message strongly recommending face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19, and to launch a shared campaign to encourage all Carroll Countians to work together to move Carroll Forward.