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Currier House
800 Market St, Havre de Grace, MD 21078
The Currier House is a historic bed and breakfast located on the Susquehanna River with a warm, welcoming atmosphere. ItMore is a cozy home dating back to 1861, decorated with various family heirlooms and artifacts. The house is located near museums, the water, shopping and food. All of the rooms have private baths and breakfast is provided daily. The gracious innkeepers at The Currier House will go out of their way to make your stay with them one you will never forget.
Home Care Pet Services
306 Kathryn Way, Havre de Grace, MD 21078
Home Care Pet Services is a Havre de Grace-based business specializing in pet and house sitting services for clientsMore that are out of town on vacations or business trips. Available services include dog walking, the administration of medication, IVs and Vetsulin, home security services, trash removal and litter box/yard cleaning. The business is insured and bonded, affiliated with the Chamber of Commerce and a member of PSI.
Susquehanna Hose Company — Division 1
453 S Juniata St, Havre de Grace, MD 21078
House 1 is the closest division of the Susquehanna Hose Company to Route 40, the Hatem Bridge and Cecil County. It isMore home to Engine 511 and Tower 531 and is under the leadership of Captain Ron Cardwell.
City of Havre de Grace — Visitor's Center
450 Pennington Ave, Havre de Grace, MD 21078
Home of the Havre de Grace Chamber of Commerce as well as the hub for all information related to Havre de Grace, theMore Visitor's Center is the place to visit in-person should an out-of-towner need to know about the City. The information hub houses those responsible for marketing Havre de Grace businesses and events.
Havre de Grace City Hall
711 Pennington Ave, Havre de Grace, MD 21078
City Hall is the home of Havre de Grace's city government. It houses the offices of the mayor and members of cityMore council, as well as the other officials and staff of the city government. City Hall hosts meetings and is where residents can go to pay their water bill or inquire about permit applications.
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