Moratorium on Impact Fees
The Moratorium on Impact Fees has EXPIRED AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2016.
On March 11, 2014, the Fruitland City Council unanimously approved Ordinance No. 267 which placed a moratorium on the impact fees for water and sewer. A savings of $9,000.00.
The City of Fruitland will now begin collecting impact fees for any commercial, industrial, or residential structure that requires new water and sewer service and for which a building permit is issued.
Contact John Psota (City Manager) or Linda Powell (Administrative Assistant/Planning & Zoning) at City Hall for any additional details.
Fruitland, Maryland is centrally located on Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore, approximately 30 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay, a little over 2 hours from Baltimore, MD., Norfolk, VA and Washington, DC
We are traditional small town America at its best...with the emphasis on family. In Fruitland you'll find easy access to major markets, a safe community, with outstanding public safety services, great recreation, excellent schools, accessible and responsive government, excellent health care services and a friendly town that's second to none.
Fruitland's proximity to Salisbury gives us the best of both worlds, ready access to a wide variety of services including Peninsula Regional Medical Center, shopping and entertainment in venues like the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center along with gracious friendly small-town living.
In addition the City has a vibrant business community, wonderful churches and several great non-proift organizations which enhance the livability of our town.
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The City of Fruitland Deploys a Speed Monitoring System In School Zone Areas Throughout City.
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