This informative report highlights the department’s major accomplishments in fiscal year 2014, including
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works is honored to host the American Public Works Association Mid-Atlantic Chapter's 57th annual conference.
Enrollment tops 23,000, while usage already surpasses 1,000.
In 2014 the City collected 8,914 pounds of polystyrene, nearly half a ton more than the 8,000 pounds collected in 2013.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works’ Office of Sustainable Energy has been slated to receive the Maryland Smart Energy Communities Award.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works has been selected to receive a $58,000 grant from the Watershed Assistance – Two-Year Milestone Support grant program.
New customer information system (CIS) will modernize billing for Baltimore City’s 410,000 water customers
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works announces the first results from citywide street sweeping.
Alleys in selected Baltimore neighborhoods will soon get weekly mechanical sweeping.
The automated water meter upgrade program, known as BaltiMeter, will begin the first week of September…