Noticed A Foul Odor Coming From Lake Montebello? Here's WhyBy lowering the water level, exposed rocks, branches, debris and pockets of sludge are exposed- which causes the foul odor. 
Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott Seeking Volunteers To Help With Recycling, Trash PickupBaltimore City Council President Brandon Scott is continuing to mobilize volunteers to support residents with recycling and trash pickup due to delays and suspensions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Baltimore DPW Supervisor Ronald Smith Pleads Guilty In Extortion SchemeA former Baltimore Department of Public Works supervisor pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal charge of extortion under color of official right for misusing his authority by accepting cash payments to have DPW crews do work for private companies, the justice department said Friday.
Department Of Public Works Distributes Temporary Dumpsters Across Baltimore To Help With Collection Delays Caused By Coronavirus PandemicTrash and recycling are not routinely being picked up because of the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the Baltimore City Department of Public Works.
Employee At Baltimore Landfill Tests Positive For COVID-19; DPW 'Evaluating Options' To Keep Facility OpenThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works is "evaluating options available" to keep its Quarantine Road landfill open after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
Baltimore City Department Of Public Works Offering Free Paper Shredding Event For ResidentsThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works announced Wednesday it will offer free paper shredding for residents on Saturday. 
Baltimore Public Works Department Working To Address Trash Collection DelaysBaltimore's public works department is asking residents for their patience as they work to cut down on trash collection delays.
DPW: Normal Trash Collection In Baltimore To Resume; Recycling Pickup Remains Suspended Due TO COVID-19 Cases At City FacilityNormal trash pickup will resume in Baltimore after operations were suspended at a city facility due to the coronavirus, the public works department said Monday.
Mayor Young Announces DPW Recycling Partnership Grant Aimed At Reducing Residential Recycling ContaminationBaltimore City Mayor Jack Young announced a new grant from The Recycling Partnership which will aim to help decrease the city's rate of recycling contamination.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Water Bills Set To Restart FridayBaltimore City Department of Public Works water billing operations are on track to resume Friday, May 8.
Sanitation Workers Considered Essential And Busy With Rise In Residential TrashWhile some services are suspended or modified amid the coronavirus pandemic, Baltimore City’s residential trash and recycling pickup continues.