Communications & Engagement

The Communications & Engagement Department is responsible for communications, activities, programs, and events that enhance Frederick's quality of life and sense of community. The Communications & Engagement Manager is the primary source of all official forms of public communications including news releases, brochures, social media, and newsletters.

The Communications & Engagement Specialist is the main point of contact for all of the town’s community event planning and management, and serves as a liaison to multiple commissions regarding these responsibilities. Community programming, such as the Adopt a Place Program and youth outreach programming, are also handled by the Communications & Engagement team.

If you have an idea for a new community program or event, feel free to contact the Communications & Engagement team. We’re happy to hear from you!
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    According to unofficial voting results, Frederick voters said yes to Ballot Measure 2A on the April 7, 2020, regular municipal election. Read on...
  2. Frederick Unofficial Election Results

    Tracie Crites elected as Mayor, Mark Lamach, Kevin R. Brown and Adam Mahan will serve on the Frederick Board of Trustees Read on...
  3. Update: Statewide Stay-at-Home Order

    On April 6, 2020, Gov. Jared Polis announced an extension to the stay-at-home Executive Order. Read on...
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