DPW Engineering Construction Projects
Environmental Restoration / Stormwater Project History
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) is required to install Best Management Practices (BMPs) that reduce and treat stormwater entering its waterways per its federal Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit.
Sewer / Consent Decree Project History
The Department of Public Works is responsible for operation, maintenance and capital improvement of wastewater collection system and treatment plants in the City of Baltimore. The wastewater Collection system consists of approximately 1400 miles of Sewer pipe, 4000 manholes, 250,000 Sewer house connections, 10 pump stations and 2 wastewater treatment plants.
In 2002 the City of Baltimore entered into a Consent Decree with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE). A Consent Decree is an agreement made in court by the parties to settle a suit in equity. The Consent Decree enables the City to address sewer system deficiencies in a proactive program over a 15-year period. More information on the Consent Decree can be found at: https://publicworks.baltimorecity.gov/sewer-consent-decree
Water Project History
The City of Baltimore supplies drinking water to 1.8 million people in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area and maintains 3,800 miles of water mains, 67,500 valves and 23,000 fire hydrants. Many of the water mains are over 80 years of age. The City is faced with the challenge of the old and failing infrastructure, which is why water mains in your area are being replaced or rehabilitated.
|Project Number||SC 910|
|Project Name||Sanitary Contract 910 - Improvements to the Sanitary Sewer Collection System in the Herring Run Sewershed, Part 2: Chinquapin Run|
|Impacted Communities||Lake Walker, Glen Oaks, Chinquapin Park, Evesham Park, Woodbourne Heights, New Northwood, Perring Loch, Cameroon Village and Stonewood-Pentwood-Winston|
|Project Number||SC 940|
|Project Name||Sanitary Contract 940 - Hydraulic Improvements to the High Level Sewershed Collection System|
|Impacted Communities||Ashburton, Callaway-Garrison, Dolfield, Lucille Park, Towanda-Grantley, East Arlington, Central Park Heights|
|Project Number||SC 941|
|Project Name||Sanitary Contract 941 - Sanitary Sewer Collection System Improvements in the High Level Sewershed|
|Impacted Communities||Abell, Barclay, Bolton Hill, Charles North, Charles Village, East Baltimore Midway, Greenmount West, Harwood, Jones Falls Area and Mid-Town Belvedere|
|Project Number||SC 955|
|Project Name||Sanitary Contract 955 - Powder Mill Interceptor Improvements and Stream Improvements|
|Impacted Communities||Grove Park, Howard Park and Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park|
|Project Number||SC 956|
|Project Name||Sanitary Contract 956 - Sanitary Sewer Collection System Improvements to the High Level Sewershed|
|Impacted Communities||Cedarcroft, Lake Evesham, Rosewood, Mid-Govans, Belvedere, Mid-Govans, Kernewood, Radnor-Winston, Winston-Govans, Richnor Springs, Wrenlane, Wilson Park, Pen lucy, Kenilworth Park, Lake Walker, Loch Raven, Ramblewood, Morgan Park, Glen Oaks, Chinquapin Park, Evesham Park, Idlewood, Woodbourne Heights, New Northwood, Perring Loch, Cameroon Village and Stonewood-Pentwood-Winston|