Only 10 vehicles at a time are now allowed access to the Residents Convenience Center. Be patient and expect delays, especially during high volume times. (Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm are often high-volume times.) Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays are typically lighter in volume.
All residential organic material sales and give-aways (compost, mulch, topsoil, and shredded wood) are suspended until further notice.
Continue to use all CURBSIDE collection services, as these are operating normally (trash, recycling, yard trim and food scraps, bulk items, and scrap metal). However, we are noticing a large increase in the volume of material set out for collection. Consider delaying disposal of spring clean out material if possible.
Bag your trash as much as possible and be careful about how you bag it. Make sure that all trash bags are securely tied at the top and double bag any bags that have torn while filling. These measures will help us to reduce the spread of Covid-19 by protecting the health of our collection crews.
Good Friday is NOT a slide day. All trash and recycling curbside collection services will be operating normally on Friday, April 10th.
The Bureau of Environmental Service's office remains closed to the public.
We will continue to evaluate our services as needed. Call 410-313-6444 to get the most up-to-date information from our recorded message or visit our website at
We will continue to send out Constant Contact newsletters and notices to keep you as informed as possible.