Water Project History

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 WC 1363
Project Name Allendale Neighborhood & Vicinity Water Main Rehabilitation Project
Impacted Communities Allendale, Hanover
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Project Number WC 1407
Project Name Greenmount Avenue Emergency Water Main Rehabilitation Project
Impacted Communities Greenmount
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Project Number WC 1373
Project Name Water Infrastructure Replacement & Rehabilitation at Various Locations
Impacted Communities Mt. Washington
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Project Number WC 1365
Project Name Fort Worthington/Berea Neighborhood & Vicinity Water Main Rehabilitation
Impacted Communities Fort Worthington/Berea
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Project Number WC 1339
Project Name Upton Neighborhood and Vicinity Water Main Rehabilitation Project
Impacted Communities Upton
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Project Number WC 1291
Project Name Wilkens Ave./Frederick Ave. Vicinity Water Main Replacements Project
Impacted Communities Violeteville, Tremont, Beechfield, Yale Heights, Westgate
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