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Property Management Overview

12200 Long Green Pike
Glen Arm, Maryland 21057
Phone: 410-887-3861
Email: propmngt-constituentservices@baltimorecountymd.gov

The Property Management Division of the Office of Budget and Finance has five main administrative sections:

  1. Design and Construction Section
    Oversees the development, design, review, approval and construction of County capital projects and renovations. The Board of Architectural Review also assists by reviewing drawings and specifications for all new County buildings, including Baltimore County public schools, to ensure the County receives the most aesthetically pleasing building for the most cost effective price.
  2. Building Services Section
    Provides high quality service in an efficient and professional manner to ensure building safety and comfort, and to continually improve and ensure customer satisfaction. Our services include alarms, carpentry, electrical, general maintenance, HVAC and plumbing. These services are provided throughout the County’s more than 700 buildings, parks, beaches and peripheral structures.
  3. Grounds Maintenance Section
    Provides maintenance services for the County's parks and recreation facilities. These services include grass mowing, ball diamond grooming, turf management, general landscaping and other related tasks. This section also works closely with Baltimore County Public Schools to coordinate grounds maintenance at school recreation centers.
  4. Space Allocation and Leases Section
    The division is also responsible for utilization of space in County facilities and relocation of County offices. We handle all leases of space both to the County and from the County by ensuring compliance, timely renewal, termination and proper payment.
  5. Energy Management and Sustainability Section
    This section is responsible for managing and implementing energy conservation, energy efficiency and alternative energy related policies and initiatives. This section also provides sustainability resources for businesses and residents to incorporate the most current conservation practices, and to reduce and manage energy costs.
 
Revised April 25, 2017         

 

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