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Application for Redevelopment Waiver

Royal Farms #346
1202 S. Caton Avenue
Baltimore City, Maryland

Water Billing Reviews

Program Provides Customers Independent Review of Bills

Several weeks ago, Mayor Young announced that the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) would be partnering with the City’s Environmental Control Board (ECB) to provide an independent review of billing disputes, using the ECB Hearing Officers.

In the Mail: Postcard Explaining Your Upcoming Water Bills

A postcard is in the mail alerting Baltimore City and County customers that their water bills will be resuming soon, and explaining that their first bill will be higher than normal, covering the months of May, June, and July. The Baltimore City Department of the Public Works (DPW) is confident that the City’s water billing system will be fully operational in the coming weeks.  

Application for Redevelopment and Qualitative Waiver

1001 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore City, Maryland 21205

redevelopment and qualitative waiver

Application for Qualitative Control Waiver

1625 S. Eutaw Street, Ridgley’s Cove
Baltimore City, Maryland

Qualitative Control Waiver

Application for Redevelopment Waiver

Mixed Use Building
1122 W. 38th Street
Baltimore City, Maryland

Multi-Agency Response Makes Progress on Downtown Sinkhole

Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., today is extending his gratitude to City residents, commuters, businesses, and visitors for their patience while teams of workers pursue a long-term fix to the sinkhole discovered July 8 on Howard Street at Pratt Street.

Stormwater Management Waiver

Gas Main Contract No. 14838776
Mayfield Phase 1

DPW Reports Sewer Overflows Due to Heavy Rains on July 11

The Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) estimates that over 3.6 million gallons of storm water combined with wastewater overflowed into the Jones Falls when heavy rains hit the City during evening rush hour on Thursday, July 11, 2019. The evening’s heavy rains caused an additional 2.4 million gallons of storm and sewer water to flow into the Herring Run Stream. 

Application for Redevelopment Waiver

101 West Cromwell Street
Baltimore City, Maryland