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County offices are closed on Monday, May 27, for Memorial Day.

Learn who to contact regarding the projects listed on this page.

ProjectContact Information
Loch Raven Drive (LRD) Over Unnamed Tributary Culvert 11Baltimore City Department of Public Works
Phone: 410-396-7300
Fullerton ReservoirConstruction Contracts Administration Division
Phone: 410-887-3531
Windsor Mill Road Improvement ProjectEmail:
Old Frederick Road on Frederick Road Slope Stabilization

Multiple options have been presented at two community meetings, the 2022 meeting and October 26, 2023 meeting, including:

  • Closing this section of the road permanently and stabilizing the area of existing road with a green space
  • Keeping the road open and installing a retaining wall or soil nails to hold the slope
  • Converting the road to a one-way and stabilizing the remaining slope

The community can provide feedback by emailing

All Other ProjectsEmail and include the name of the project as it appears in the below table as the subject line of your email.

Loch Raven Drive Culvert 11

Baltimore City Department of Public Works has submitted an application to the Wetlands and Waterways Program of the Maryland Department of the Environment Nontidal Wetlands Division for a joint permit application for the Loch Raven Drive (LRD) over Unnamed Tributary Culvert—LRD Culvert 11 project, which involves the replacement of an existing 30-inch RCP culvert and repair of a washout area adjacent to LRD, as requested by the Baltimore City Department of Public Works.

Fullerton Reservoir

Learn more about the $78 million-dollar reservoir project's design and development over 50 years and its capacity to ensure an adequate water supply for the region. View a rendering of the finished project, in which three reservoirs will be built.

Windsor Mill Road Improvement Project

This project will support pedestrian safety and vehicular capacity improvements along Windsor Mill Road from Featherbed Lane to Woodlawn Drive by widening the roadway from an existing pavement width of 22 feet to a proposed width of 36 feet (from Featherbed Lane to Woodlawn Drive, approximately 3,400 feet) and by including five-foot sidewalks on both sides of the road. This roadway segment is an essential connection for transit commuters and provides accessibility for adolescents to and from school. This project will have many benefits, including:

  • Providing a safe and accessible route for the drivers and pedestrians along this roadway
  • Satisfying the various requests of the Gwynn Oak community by satisfying their various requests
  • Enhancing the County's accountability in identifying existing infrastructure for rehabilitation and safety improvements

By District

The following are lists of current engineering projects by council district. This information is updated on a monthly basis. We also provide an interactive map to view the location of projects.

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