Come Back Annapolis

Hub Screen Shot Opens in new windowThe City of Annapolis encourages our residents to support local businesses. If you’re a small business located within the city boundaries, please join our Small Business Recovery Program. Small business owners can complete a brief application and share modified hours, changes to service delivery, and special offers. Business listings will be made available in our Small Business Locator and promoted throughout the community.

See what restaurants in the City of Annapolis are offering carryout, curbside pickup, and delivery  (Be sure to check the restaurant's website for current operating status. Note that this list is for restaurants located within the City of Annapolis only. For any changes or updates, please email hstewart@annapolis.gov)

Annapolis, Md, February 25, 2021. With the COVID case rate and hospitalization numbers returning to levels last seen before the deadly winter surge, County Executive Steuart Pittman signed Executive Order #43 today to align the county’s COVID restrictions with the State of Maryland. Under the new order, establishments that were previously limited to 25 percent may now open at 50 percent of maximum capacity. The county retained its social gathering limits of 10 persons indoors and 25 persons outdoors.

Come Back Annapolis: Information on Recovery Zones, Reopening FAQs, Executive Orders, Dept. of Healt

The City of Annapolis has aligned the reopening sequence with Anne Arundel County. The City’s actions are guided by a series of 12 public health metrics established by Anne Arundel Health Officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman to safeguard residents’ health during the COVID-19 crisis. For more information, visit the Department of Health

“We need to get our businesses open in a way that is safe for staff and the public,” said Mayor Gavin Buckley. “We know the City of Annapolis is a resilient city. We will bounce back from this pandemic and when we do, we want residents and visitors to come back.”