Bel Air Town Hall 39 N Hickory Ave, Bel Air, MD21014 The town of Bel Air itself was incorporated in 1874, but the town hall building was built in 1964, under the direction…More of architect Gerard A. Baxter. Today, the town has six departments to serve citizens in the downtown area. Chris Schlehr is the town administrator, while five members serve on the board of commissioners.
Located on the lower level of the same building as Town Hall, the Bel Air Police station is adjacent to Shamrock…More Park. On the corner of Lee Street and Hickory Avenue, the headquarters are located on the lower level of the east side of the building. Leo Matrangola is the Chief of Police for the town.</p>
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Bel Air Department of Public Works and Planning 705 E Churchville Rd, Bel Air, MD21014 Carol Deibel is the director of the Department of Public Works and Planning, which is adjacent to Bynum Run Park.…More The department handles a number of issues, including building permits and requests, street maintenance and many tasks in-between. The department's monthly meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:30pm in Town Hall and are open to the public.
Harford County Public Library 100 E Pennsylvania Ave, Bel Air, MD21014 The Bel Air branch of the Harford County Public Library is located on the corner Hickory and Pennsylvania Avenues,…More adjacent to town hall. This two-story building has a large children's section as well as a wide selection of DVDs and other electronic media. Beth LaPenotiere is the branch manager at this location, which also has a convenient drive-up window.