Calvert County Congratulates New Businesses
Calvert County Congratulates New Businesses

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Calvert County is committed to fostering a dynamic and competitive business climate to ensure economic growth and sustainability. New businesses are a sign that the Calvert County economy continues to thrive. These new businesses help stimulate the economy and provide employment opportunities for local residents. 

The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners and the Department of Economic Development congratulate the following new businesses:

New Businesses

Lilac & Spruce Designs

Big Lots
765 N. Solomons Island Road
Prince Frederick

You Are Beautiful Lash Extensions
65 Duke St., Suite 208
Prince Frederick

 Pho Town & Grill
746 N. Prince Frederick Blvd.
Prince Frederick

Heart to Home

ULTA Beauty
 845 N. Solomons Island Road
 Prince Frederick

 Mind Your Own Box

 Wisteria Hills Apothecary
 Prince Frederick

The Calvert County Department of Economic Development works to help all businesses succeed, from small, local businesses to large, national enterprises. For information on the Department of Economic Development and the many services the county offers the business community, contact the department at 410-535-4583 or 301-855-1880, or by email at

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  1. “New businesses are a sign that the Calvert County economy continues to thrive.”
    That says it right there.
    More businesses that benefit very little while forced pay for “required” upgrades and frivilous requirements. Tress! Planting trees is a thing! And you’re gonna pay for it or you don’t open.
    “I am your local commercial selling agent, so you WILL hire my fiancée to remodel your business property, and you will pay for his $50k overbudget costs, and HIS fees, or you won’t get a U&O to open. Of course I’ll leave that little “fiancée” detail out of it until you are under contract and stuck with a loan that the local community banks will screw you on later…Oh, and he’ll be way off schedule too, and you have to put up with it…”

    Funny how that conversation never came up.

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