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Suspicious behaviors include unknown individuals loitering; strangers asking questions about buildings or people; abandoned backpacks or packages; unusual chemical smells; people identifying themselves but without credentials. Report suspicious activity that does not require an immediate response by submitting a tip through iWatch Baltimore County. For suspicious activity requiring an immediate response, call 911.
Lost property is missing or lost and is not believed to be a theft. A few examples include leaving your purse or coat in a restaurant.
An abandoned vehicle is defined as a vehicle parked on a public roadway or private property that is visibly inoperable or; is not displaying current, valid registration or; is illegally parked for more than 48 hours.
A hit and run is when a vehicle has been struck and damaged by another vehicle. For example, if your car is parked, unoccupied and is struck by another vehicle and no suspect vehicle information or evidence is available and no paint was transferred.
Destruction of property involves the act of damaging or defacing public or private property. A few examples include knocking over mailboxes, throwing rocks through windows, scratching or keying a vehicle, etc.
Theft is when your property is taken without your permission. For example, if your coat was stolen from your chair while you were in the restroom, or property was taken from the inside of a vehicle.
Permits, Approvals and Inspections will investigate complaints or forward the complaint to the proper agency for action. In order to process your complaint with minimum delay, certain information is required. Report tall grass, junk yard conditions, recreational vehicle parking, etc.
Permits, Approvals and Inspections
The ADA complaint form may be used by anyone who wishes to file a complaint alleging discrimination on the basis of disability in the provision of services, activities, programs, employment or benefits by Baltimore County Government.
Office of the ADA Coordinator
Report road and transportation related problems such as potholes, roadside litter and ice conditions.
Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) maintains the vast majority of street lights for Baltimore County. To report an outage or pole damage, call 800-685-0123 or go visit BGE.com.
Traffic signs and signals are maintained by either Baltimore County or the State Highway Administration. For immediate safety issues, call 911. They will contact the appropriate agency for emergency response. For general concerns, you may use our Contact Us form.
Report or find a lost cat, dog or small animal.
Complaints or requests must be reported to Baltimore City. The city is responsible for all water service in Baltimore County.
To report water main breaks or leaks in the County, use Baltimore City's online form or call 410-396-5352. City residents should call 311.
For water bill information or problems, call 410-396-5398.
Baltimore City Public Works
To report sewer backups, overflowing or missing manholes, blocked or damaged storm drains, please contact the Bureau of Utilities.
Public Works - Bureau of Utilities
Report a barking dog or stray cat. For assistance with most wildlife complaints, contact the Nuisance Wildlife Hotline at 1-877-463-6497 or visit www.dnr.state.md.us/wildlife. To report tall grass and owners who fail to keep their yard clear of pet waste, submit a Code Complaint.
Request or complain about your trash or recycling collection. Provide as much information as you can to help us respond more quickly and effectively to your request/complaint.
Submitting this Problem Reporting form, you will assist us in making sure the information provided by our site is accurate and functional.
Supply as much specific information as possible regarding where the rats, rat burrows or rat runs have been seen, and how you may be contacted for more information.
Permits, Approvals and Inspections