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County Connection
This e-newsletter is designed to keep you informed about what is happening around Baltimore County. This newsletter will be sent directly to your email twice a month. Thank you for taking advantage of this opportunity to stay connected in Baltimore County.

Community Updates
Receive monthly updates on zoning, development, public works and other issues. Baltimore County publishes seven e-newsletters, one for each of the seven council districts.

Baltimore County Advantage E-News
This periodic update will help keep you in the know about business and economic development activity in Baltimore County.
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Baltimore County Planning Page's
Planning's Pages is a publication by the Office of Planning. Planning's Pages provides information on community updates, planning initiatives and development projects pertinent to citizens in Baltimore County.
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Baltimore County Volunteers - IMPACT
This periodic update will keep you posted on volunteer opportunities, educate the benefits of volunteering and highlight non-profit organizations supporting County volunteer programs.
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Caregiver Connection
The Baltimore County Department of Aging publishes a bi-monthly newsletter which provides relevant news and tips to the caregivers of elderly parents, spouses and loved ones.


Construction Contracts Invitation to Bids
Subscribe to receive email notification of new projects being advertised.


County News and Announcements
Stay on top of your local government. Receive county news and announcements directly in your email. You can expect multiple announcements / emails each week.


County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan
A committee of local citizens, elected officials and government staff is creating a blueprint for constructing pedestrian and bicycle facilities over the next 20 years. Subscribe to receive meeting announcements and updates.


E-News Stream
This periodic newsletter from the Department of Environmental Protection and Resource Management will keep you abreast of what we are doing in the Watershed Management and Monitoring program.


Police Report on BCTV (Cable Channel 25)
Find programming details about the next Police Report on BCTV.


Professional Services Prequalification
Architects, Landscape Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors who plan to submit expressions of interest to work on Baltimore County projects can receive an email reminder to establish, or renew, prequalification for the Prequalification Cycle.


Quarterly Subdivision Reports


Subscribe to Community Updates


Subscribe to Professional Services New Project Announcements
Receive email notification of project advertisements for architecture, landscape architecture, engineering and land surveying contracts for County agencies.


Subscribe to Technology Job Announcements
Subscribe to periodic announcements of technology jobs available with Baltimore County government.


Subscribe to Weekly Solicitation Notifications
Register to receive weekly email notifications of current contracting opportunities in the areas of Commodity, Information Technology, Health and Human Services, Recreational Products and etc.


Surplus Furniture and Equipment Sale Announcements
Receive email notification for Baltimore County surplus furniture and equipment sales.


The Friendly Visitor Newsletter
This quarterly newsletter provides information for all things related to volunteering, aging, program updates and events sponsored by the Home team and the Department of Aging.


The Inspector
This free, quarterly newsletter provides valuable information and the latest updates for food service managers, along with tips-of-the-trade to make your job easier.


The REsource Newsletter
The REsource is Baltimore County's Solid Waste REduction, REuse, REcycling, and REfuse Disposal newsletter.


iWatch Police and Fire News
Receive the same updates that are sent to the news media from the Baltimore County Police Department. Your awareness and feedback could make a difference in helping police officers solve a crime or find a missing person.


Revised July 28, 2014