New Pilot Program Aims To Cut Down Illegal Trash Dumping In BaltimoreBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott is adding a pilot program through the Department of Public Works in hopes of making the city's streets cleaner. 
Baltimore To Provide Free Recycling Carts To All Eligible City HouseholdsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Thursday the city will distribute recycling carts to every eligible household this spring, at no cost to Baltimore residents.
Baltimore City Curbside Recycle Resumes TuesdayCurbside recycling resumes Tuesday in Baltimore city.
Curbside Recycling Will Resume In Baltimore On Jan. 19Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said weekly curbside recycling will resume in the city on Jan. 19.
Reminder: No Trash Collection In Baltimore Friday, Recycling Drop Off Closes Early New Year's EveThere will be no trash collection in Baltimore on Friday as its New Year's Day and Department of Public Works offices and sanitation yards are closed. 
Baltimore City Recycling Pickup Will Resume On January 19Baltimore city will resume its recycling curbside pickup on January 19, 2021.
Reminder: No Trash Collection For Baltimore City On Thanksgiving DayBaltimore City will not collect trash on Thanksgiving Day, and all DPW offices, yards and Community Collection Centers will be closed. 
Baltimore DPW Offices, Yards Closed Election Day, Tuesday Trash Service Moved To SaturdayThe Baltimore Department of Public Works will not be open on Election Day, as it is considered a City holiday. 
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Will Not Resume Curbside Recycling, Collection Centers Now Open SaturdaysBaltimore City will not resume curbside recycling in November. 
City Officials Respond After Union Says They Are 'Baffled' By DPW Employee LayoffsThe City Union of Baltimore says they are "baffled" by the mayor's decision to layoff 63 Department of Public Works employees.
Baltimore City Councilmembers Continue Push For Pay Raises, Bonuses For DPW Workers They Say Are 'Grossly Underpaid' Amid PandemicBaltimore City Councilmembers Zeke Cohen and Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer are continuing to push for pay increases and bonuses for Department of Public Works workers who they say are grossly underpaid.