Public Policy Partners
48 Maryland Avenue, Suite 304
Annapolis, MD 21401
Tel: (410) 268-0990
Driving Directions to Downtown Annapolis
From the North: From the Baltimore Beltway, take I-97 South to Annapolis. When I-97 South ends, merge onto Route 50 East. Take Exit 24 to Rowe Blvd, and turn right off the exit. Follow directions for parking.
From the Eastern Shore: Take Route 50 West. Take Exit 24A to Rowe Blvd. Follow directions for parking.
From the West: Take Route 50 East. Take Exit 24 to Rowe Blvd, and turn right off the exit. Follow directions for parking.
From Southern Maryland: Take Route 301 North. Take Route 50 East. Take Exit 24 to Rowe Blvd, and turn right off the exit. Follow directions for parking. Alternatively, take Route 2 North. After Route 2 becomes Solomons Island Rd., turn right onto West Street. Follow directions for parking.
For information about buses, cabs, biking and paratransit, please visit: http://www.annapolis.gov/government/city-departments/transportation.
During the Legislative Session parking can be difficult so we encourage you to park in one of the downtown garages or in the Naval Academy Stadium lot. Prices range from $5 to $20 depending on where you park. To get a place in a downtown garage, you must usually be here by 9 a.m. If you are arriving later, you should consider taking the circulator or parking at the Naval Academy Stadium (see below).
Parking at Downtown Garages
If you are coming to a legislative hearing, we would recommend parking at the Gott’s or Whitmore garages. Gott’s Garage (the Visitor’s Center) fills up more quickly than Whitmore garage, so you may want to try the Whitmore garage first. If you are visiting our office, Hillman’s garage is the closest. Here is a map of the downtown garages. This map includes the addresses of the garages for those of you using navigation systems: http://www.downtownannapolis.org/_pages/transport/tr_parking.htm.
Parking at the Naval Academy Stadium
The shuttle buses from the Stadium cost $2 for a one-way a ride. Just ask the driver for which stop is for the State House. See more information at: http://www.annapolis.gov/government/city-departments/transportation/shuttle-service.
Outside of the Legislative Session there is normally ample street parking in the downtown area if you are going to be in Annapolis for two hours or less. Most meters accept quarters and credit cards. If you will be here longer than two hours, we recommend parking in one of the garages, as the City of Annapolis does ticket for parking violations.
Getting Around the Legislative Complex
Getting around the Legislative Complex is easy. Just bring your driver’s license or photo I.D. to get through the security. This map shows you the main state government buildings and can be printed to bring with you: http://dls.state.md.us/data/tabs/vis/MapOfAnnapolis.pdf.
Public Policy Partners’ Office
Public Policy Partners’ office is located at 48 Maryland Avenue, Suite 304. We are a block from the State House. Maryland Avenue is one of the streets that meets State Circle. From the State House, walk down Maryland Avenue and we’re toward the end of the block on the left. The overhang above the entrance reads “Opera House.”