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9/19/2014 - 09.18.14 Howard County Receives Project of the Year Awards from County Engineers Association of Maryland(2) READ MORE
9/18/2014 - 09.18.14 Howard County Receives Project of the Year Awards from County Engineers Association of Maryland READ MORE
9/17/2014 - 09.17.14 Ellicott City Sidewalk and Crosswalk Project to Begin READ MORE
9/9/2014 - 09.09.14 Furnace Avenue Sewer Improvements to Begin READ MORE
8/13/2014 - 08.13.14 Bryant Avenue, Grant Avenue Drainage Construction to Begin READ MORE
8/5/2014 - 08.05.14 Howard County Continues Watershed Protection Program with Old Mill Road Storm Water Pond Repair READ MORE
7/29/2014 - 07.29.14 Northfield Road Sidewalk Project to Begin READ MORE
7/29/2014 - 07.29.14 Shaker Drive Sewer and Water Extension Project to Begin READ MORE
7/8/2014 - 07.08.14 Howard County Continues Watershed Protection Program with Stormwater Management Project at Stevens Forest Elementary School READ MORE
6/27/2014 - 06.27.14 Howard County Continues Watershed Protection Program with Stormwater Management Project at Wilde Lake High School READ MORE

James M. Irvin, Director, Department of Public Works

Customer Service
The Department of Public Works Customer Service division handles inquiries and acts as a liaison between the citizens of Howard County and DPW. Additionally, the staff prepares press releases, notifies the community of DPW-related construction and activities, works with the County’s Public Information Office, and attends meetings with the County Council and community associations relative to public works activities.

Real Estate Services Division
The Department of Public Works Real Estate Services Division strives to ensure that all mandated programs and functions assigned to the division are completed promptly and in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. The staff is responsible for the administrative, legal, and technical requirements of the programs, policies, and procedures as hereinafter defined. Approximately 95% of this division's workload is mandated by State and/or County laws.