Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday: DPW Offices, Yards Closed on Monday, January 17

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Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Jason W. Mitchell reminds residents that Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 17, 2022, is a City holiday. DPW offices and sanitation yards will be CLOSED. Monday, January 17 is not a scheduled trash or recycling collections’ day. 

DPW facilities closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to residents and haulers include:

  • Northwest Transfer Station, 5030 Reisterstown Road
  • Quarantine Road Landfill, 6100 Quarantine Road
  • Northwest Citizens' Convenience Center, 2840 Sisson Street
  • Southwestern Citizens’ Convenience Center, 701 Reedbird Avenue
  • Eastern Citizens’ Convenience Center, 6101 Bowleys Lane  

Reminder: Bi-Weekly Recycling Starts January 18

Beginning next week, January 18, 2022, DPW will move to bi-weekly collections for recycling, using an alternating A and B cycle system for curbside collection services:

Northeast and Northwest (north of North Avenue) neighborhoods will be on Week A of the alternating schedule, which will start on January 18 - 21. Their following collection will be the week of February 1 - 4.

Southeast and Southwest (south of North Avenue) will be on Week B of the alternating schedule, which will start on January 25 - 28. Their following collection will be the week of February 8 – 11.

Please visit the DPW website for more information on Bi-Weekly Recycling.

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