Released on December 9, 2020 - 11:40am

Mayor Craig A. Moe understands that communicating with Laurel Officials and staff about City services is vital to residents, businesses and visitors. And with the continuous upgrades in technology, Mayor Moe and the Laurel City Council know how important it is to stay up to date with that technology. That’s why Laurel’s Information Technology Department has announced that they are debuting the City’s new Mobile App, MyLaurel MD.

If you already use the MyLaurel app, you’ll notice it has a similar name for easy recognition. However, be aware that due to the change in vendors, you will need to reinstall the new MyLaurel MD App, so go now to Google Play or Apple to download MyLaurel MD and ensure a smooth transition in communicating with the City!

The updated MyLaurel MD App will continue to allow you to connect to the City wherever you go. Residents will still be able to get news and emergency alerts.

See a light pole out or high grass and want to report it instantly? Use the MyLaurel MD App! Found a major pothole that needs attention or a sidewalk that’s buckling? Use the MyLaurel MD App! The app is good for reporting these concerns and much more!

As with any new technology, there may be a few glitches, so make sure to report any issues you may have to [email protected].

Don’t have the app? Then be sure to sign up today and stay in the know!


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