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Application for Redevelopment Waiver

Hoen Lithograph Off-Site Parking
2000 Block E. Biddle Street,  1001 N. Chester Street, 

Increased Traffic Flow Continues at Howard/Pratt Street Worksite

Traffic is fully restored along Pratt Street, and two northbound and two southbound lanes on Howard Street are now open, marking the progress that the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) and its partners are making on the intersection’s complex infrastructure repairs.  

Water Main Upgrades Set for Area Around Poe Homes Complex

Several water mains around the Poe Homes Complex, just west of downtown, will be replaced with larger pipes, or rehabilitated, in the coming weeks.

Application for Redevelopment Waiver

4904 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore City, Maryland

Application for Redevelopment Waiver

Eager Square
Proposed Apartments and Retail
1900 and 1901 E. Eager Street
Baltimore City, Maryland

Heavy Rains Contribute to Sewer Overflows

This week’s heavy rains contributed to three sewer overflows, discharging 1.87 million gallons of stormwater mixed with sewer water. Most of the overflow volume stemmed from the severe rain that pounded parts of Baltimore City during the Tuesday, August 6, evening rush hour. 

Progress Continues at Howard/Pratt Streets Worksite

Today, two northbound lanes on Howard Street, from Conway to Pratt, opened to traffic, signaling the progress that the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) and its partners continue to make on the infrastructure repairs at Pratt and Howard Streets.

Application for Redevelopment Waiver

Building Removal and Redevelopment
for Extra Space Storage
1900 S. Charles Street

Application for Redevelopment Waiver

Community Resource Center
31 South Payson Street
1937, 1939 Hollins Street

Water Billing Resumes: Bills will reflect charges for multiple months

Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., today announced that water billing for Baltimore City and Baltimore County will resume on August 7, 2019, marking an end to the disruption caused by a ransomware attack that began May 6.