3430 Court House Drive
Ellicott City, MD 21043
3430 Court House Drive
The Director's Office provides leadership and coordination among the Bureaus to advance the quality of life for our community by providing exceptional level of public service. Employees coordinate the daily functions, customer service, the capital improvement program and real estate services.
Assistant to the Director
Chief, Real Estate Services Division
Capital Projects Manager
From concept to construction, the Bureau of Engineering is committed to quality project management of Howard County's Capital Improvement program. Projects include: bridges, parks, roads, sidewalks, storm drain systems, water and wastewater facilities.
Chief, Bureau of Engineering
Chief, Survey Division
Chief, Transportation and Special Projects
Chief, Utility Design Division
Employees operate the County landfill, implement and manage recycling programs, oversee residential curbside collections and administer stormwater management.
Deputy Director, Bureau of Environmental Services
Chief, Alpha Ridge Landfill
Acting Chief, Recycling Division
Mark S. Richmond
Chief, Storm Water Management Division
The Bureau of Facilities is responsible for the operation, maintenance, security and for providing custodial services at most county buildings. The Bureau also manages the design and construction of new buildings and building renovations.
Chief, Bureau of Facilities
Chief, Design and Construction
The Bureau of Highways is responsible for addressing a number of issues concerning pavement, sidewalks, storm drains, and trees along more than 1,000 miles of County roads for the convenience and safety of the public. This work includes preservation efforts such as road crack-sealing and tree trimming, and remedial efforts such as County road snow removal and filling potholes.
Chief, Bureau of Highways
Superintendent, West Zone - Cooksville
Superintendent, Central Zone - Dayton
Superintendent, East Zone - Mayfield
Chief, Traffic Engineering Division
The Bureau of Utilities administers and maintains Howard County's public water and wastewater systems. Serving more than 85% of the County's population with an average demand of over 22 million gallons of water each day, the Bureau provides County homes with the most comprehensive public water related services available.
Chief, Bureau of Utilities
Deputy Chief, Bureau of Utilities
Superintendent, Operations, Facilities O/M
Superintendent, Operations, System Maintenance
Superintendent, Operations, Meter Operations & Customer Service
Administrative Manager, Water Reclamation Plant
Superintendent, Water Reclamation Plant
Engineering Support Supervisor, Shared Septic / Water Reuse
The Public Works Board makes recommendations to the County Executive and County Council about plans and policies under jurisdiction of the Department of Public Works.
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