Fire prevention week

The Funkstown Volunteer Fire Company will be celebrating Fire Prevention Week on October 8, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. with an open house/public safety day. The fire department will close South West Side Avenue at the intersection of Baltimore Street and Maple Street ( directly in front of the fire station). Closing the street will make it safer for the children and families in attendance.

Street closure will start about 9:00 a.m. to allow time to set up equipment and will re-open approximately 4:00 p.m.

The public is invited and encouraged to attend.

New business in town.

Please check out the NEW Sun Gallery of Fine Art. The grand opening is Saturday the 17th from 10:00am to 5:00pm with the official ribbon cutting ceremony at 12:00 noon. The location of the new Gallery is 21 East Baltimore Street. Some of you may remember this as the Cranberry Cottage building.

October news

The Mayor and Council meeting scheduled for Monday, October 10th has been rescheduled to Monday, October 24th at 7:00 p.m. at Town Hall.


The Halloween parade with be on Thursday the 27th starting at 6:00pm

Trick or Treat is on Friday the 28th from 6-8

St Paul’s Church Remembrance Day Service

St Paul’s Lutheran Church is having a 9/11 Remembrance Day Service next Sunday, along with special opening comments, patriotic songs and appropriate prayers. We have invited Funkstown Fire Co. and EMT, CRS and Washington Co. Sheriffs Dept. so we may give thanks for their hard work. We would like to invite the community for this special day.

Mayor and Council Meeting

Due to vacations, the August Mayor and Council meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting will be held on September 12, 2016.

Funkstown Legion Post 211 State Champs

The Skunks are going to add another year to their roster
as this past Sunday they took home the State championship
for the second year in a row. Way to go Skunks!

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Confederate flags in Town

In response to the Confederate Flags in Town.  The Town of Funkstown has the Confederate Flags throughout the Town because this is the weekend of the Re-enactment of the Battle of Funkstown.  Groups come from all over the United States to participate in the Battle.
The Town of Funkstown does not endorse controversy, but the Battle is a part of living history.  It would be a disservice to the participants and to the spectators to not properly represent a part of history, and the Confederate Flag is a part of the Battle of Funkstown history.
When the event is over this weekend, the flags will be taken down.

Paul Crampton, Jr.
Town of Funkstown

Help needed!

Any person that lives in town may apply to become a member of the planning commission. Just contact The office for the details as we are currently in need of 3 members.

Memorial Day 2016

Like all towns around the country are doing today Funkstown pays homage to the men and women that gave the ultimate sacrifice for our county. These fine people gave their lives so that we are free. Free to vote, Free to travel, Free voice your opinion and it is clear that Funkstown’s opinion is that veterans are great people. When you get a chance, Thank a veteran for their service to our country, because freedom is not FREE!!

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Quarter Auction

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