Juneteenth: DPW Offices, Sanitation Yards Closed Monday June 20

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DPW Offices, Sanitation Yards Closed on Juneteenth

City of Baltimore to Observe Juneteenth, Monday, June 20

Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Jason W. Mitchell reminds residents that Juneteenth will be observed on, Monday, June 20, 2022, and is a City holiday. DPW offices and sanitation yards will be CLOSED.

Weekly trash and recycling collections are NOT impacted by the Juneteenth closure. Monday is not a scheduled curbside trash or recycling collection day.

DPW facilities closed on Juneteenth to residents and haulers include:

  • Northwest Transfer Station, 5030 Reisterstown Road
  • Quarantine Road Landfill, 6100 Quarantine Road
  • Northwest Residential Drop-off Center, 2840 Sisson Street
  • Southwestern Residential Drop-off Center, 701 Reedbird Avenue
  • Eastern Residential Drop-off Center, 6101 Bowleys Lane

Extended summer hours for DPW Residential Drop-off Centers are now in effect from  9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Monday-Saturday. These extended summer hours are in effect until Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5. 

Please note that the Northwest Transfer Station will remain open from 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. and the Quarantine Road Landfill's Residential Drop-off will remain open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.           

      

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