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Opening of 2015 Boating Season At DPW Reservoirs Delayed Due to Ice

Posted: February 24, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD —The opening of boating season at Liberty and Prettyboy Reservoirs will be delayed due to ice accumulation, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works announced.The boating season normally runs from March 1 to December 31 at these reservoirs. At Loch Raven Reservoir, boating ...

Cold Temperatures Produced High Volume of Water-Related Customer Service Requests

Posted: February 24, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD — Due to several days of sustained cold temperatures, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) has experienced an unusually large volume customer service requests (CSRs), with nearly 5,000 water-related calls logged in the City’s CSR system within the last seven ...

Residents Urged to Clear Storm Drain Inlets While Temperatures Are Above Freezing

Posted: February 23, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD — With a break Sunday afternoon from sub-freezing temperatures, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) is asking residents to help clear the storm drain inlets on their streets of debris, allowing runoff from the melting snow to quickly and safely enter the storm dra...

DPW Announces Weather-Related Service Changes

Posted: February 20, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD – Due to the frigid temperatures, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works said its crews may not be able to complete all trash and recycling pickups scheduled for today, Friday, February 20. The weather is also expected to hinder makeup collections scheduled for Saturday, F...

DPW Service Changes

Posted: February 20, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD (February 20, 2015) – Director Rudolph S. Chow has announced that due to the freezing weather conditions, Public Works may not be able to complete all trash or recycling pickups scheduled for today, Friday, February 20. The weather is also expected to hinder makeup collections sc...

Amid Spike in Outages, Water Customers Urged to Prepare

Posted: February 19, 2015

When the temperatures plunge, the water mains and water pipes feel the heat. Over last weekend, with low temperatures in the single digits in Baltimore, reports of exterior water leaks and no water service spiked. On Monday, Feb. 16, the City reported 1,187 requests for “no water” and &l...

Get Ready to Recycle, Baltimore!

Posted: February 18, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD — On Valentine’s Day, Baltimore citizens displayed their love for the environment, purchasing nearly 200 recycle bins during the February 14 bin sale at the Department of Public Works Eastern Citizens’ Convenience Center located on Bowleys Lane. “I want to see ...

DPW Continues to Address Growing Number of Service Calls

Posted: February 18, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD — Due to several days of sustained cold temperatures, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) is continuing to experience a high number of service requests, with nearly 1,000 calls over the last two days reporting water outages mostly due to frozen pipes. DPW mainten...

DPW Working to Respond to Weather-Related Service Requests

Posted: February 16, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD — Due to the sustained cold temperatures this President's Day weekend, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) is experiencing an unusually high number of service requests, with nearly 300 reports of leaks, icy conditions, or water outages. The Department has crews a...

Sweep Away the Winter Doldrums

Posted: February 12, 2015

BALTIMORE, MD —Winter is half over! Get ready to tackle some spring cleaning in Baltimore neighborhoods by signing up for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Spring Cleanup.   The Mayor’s Spring Cleanup is April 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Communities can sign up to participate i...
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