Baltimore County News
Follow @BACOemergency Twitter for updated information
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz encourages County residents to follow @BACOemergency on Twitter for emergency updates from the Baltimore County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. @Bacoemergency provides the latest information during emergency situations, such as the water main break being repaired by Baltimore City in the Hunt Valley area, as well as severe weather events and other emergencies. @BACOemergency also provides routine recommendations for emergency preparedness and safety throughout the year.
“This is a direct source of updated information from our emergency managers to let people to know what is happening during an emergency and what steps they may need to take to protect their families and property,” Kamenetz said.
No Twitter account or login is required to view @BACOemergency updates – just visit https://twitter.com/BACOemergency. As with many organizational social media accounts, the County’s emergency managers provide outgoing messages but are not in a position to respond to followers. If you have an emergency, call 911. Please contact the Baltimore City Water Department at 410-396-5352 with questions about repairs to the water main break on York Road.