Baltimore DPW: Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Event Scheduled This WeekendThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works wants to remind residents that the Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off event is scheduled for this weekend.
Wheelabrator Baltimore Provides Three Neighborhoods Dumpsters For Recycling Drop-OffThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works suspended recycling in June after 15 of their workers tested positive for COVID-19, and many others had to quarantine.
Sanitation Workers Refuse To Report To Work Following COVID-19 Outbreak At Eastside Sanitation YardExpect significant delays in trash pickup if you live in Baltimore City.
Curbside Recycling Suspended Three Weeks Across Baltimore After 'Significant' Number Of COVID-19 Cases At Eastern Sanitation YardThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works announced Tuesday a citywide suspension of recycling collections for three weeks following a significant number of COVID-19 cases at DPW's Eastern Sanitation Yard.
Baltimore DPW To Increase Trash Collection In Areas With Outdoor Dining ServicesThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works announced it will provide corner can trash collection three times a day in the commercial areas where there are restaurants with outdoor dining.
Baltimore City Residents May Experience Trash, Recycling Collection Delays, Department Of Public Works SaysThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works said Thursday that some residents may experience a delay in trash and recycling collections as DPW makes staffing modifications.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Resumes Distribution Of Water BillsMayor Jack Young announced Friday that the Baltimore City Department of Public Works is starting to send out water bills again.
Contractor Injured Working On Druid Park Lake Tank Project Has Died, Officials SayA man who was injured Monday working on the multi-year underground tank project at Druid Lake Park has died, according to the Baltimore City Department of Public Works.
Baltimore Public Works Department Spokesperson Jeffrey Raymond DiesJeffrey Raymond died suddenly on Sunday, the city said in a news release.
Trash Trouble | Woman Wins Dumping Fine Fight With BaltimoreGemma Medile feels vindicated. After spending three months fighting a $500 citation for dumping an L.L. Bean package on a city-owned vacant lot in the Brooklyn neighborhood, the hearing examiner dismissed the fine.
Baltimore Public Works Employee Who Allegedly Made Racist, Anti-Semitic Tweets 'No Longer Employed'A Baltimore public works department employee who allegedly made numerous racist and anti-Semitic posts on social media is no longer employed by the city, Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming said Thursday.
President Trump Called Baltimore 'Rat & Rodent-Infested', DPW Says Rat Burrows Have Decreased By 80%The department said they typically conduct more than 100,000 "proactive inspections" each year.
Reminder: No Swimming In Baltimore Area ReservoirsWith a long holiday weekend ahead, Baltimore City Department of Public Works has issued a reminder to the public that swimming is not allowed in area reservoirs.
As Baltimore Tracks Illegal Dumping, Severna Park Woman Questions Accuracy Of FineIllegal dumping is a major problem in Baltimore, but one woman is crying foul over what she calls “unfair” enforcement.
Partial Overnight Suspension Of RailLink Service Scheduled At W. Baltimore And Howard Streets Due To City Sewer RepairThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration will temporarily suspend the Light RailLink service between North Ave. and Camden stops beginning Thursday at 8 p.m. due to city sewer repair.