- Message from Department of Public Works
- Hydrant Flushing begins October 21, 2018
- CRS Annual Recertification, Activity 510 Progress Report
- The Mayor and City Council Will meet Monday, October 15, 2018 at 7 p.m. ATThe Cultural Center AT The Opera House
- ANNOUNCEMENT OF OFF-SITE COUNCIL MEETING AND PUBLIC HEARING The regularly scheduled City Council meeting for October 15, 2018 will be held at 121 N. Union Ave, Havre de Grace, MD 21078. Per Resolution 2018-10, the City Council meeting will take place outside of City Hall for two meetings in calendar year 2018. The Mayor and City Council of Havre de Grace will hold a Public Hearing located at 121 N. Union Ave, Havre de Grace, MD 21078 on October 15, 2018 beginning at 7:00 p.m. The purpose of the public hearing will be to receive public comment on Ordinance 1009 as amended which concerns property maintenance. A copy of the Ordinance 1009 as amended is available for review at City Hall.
- Paving will be occurring on Seagull Drive Monday, October 8, 2018 beginning at 9am and should be completed by 4pm. As a result of this work, traffic will be diverted onto Canvasback Drive. You may experience some delays in your travel. Flaggers will be on-site to help with traffic flow. Residents of Seagull Drive may not park on the street on this day. Please be advised there will be no access to Seagull Drive from Rt. 155 between the hours of 9am to 4pm. We appreciate your cooperation and patience as this road improvement project is being done. Please call the Department of Public Works at 410-939-1800 should you have any questions.
- 2018 Road Repair and Paving Project
- August 20, 2018 Public Announcement: Environmental Improvement Project beginning the week of August 20, 2018 The Department of Public Works, in conjunction with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, will begin a substantial water quality project at the corner of Concord and Lafayette Streets between the Concord Point Lighthouse and the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum. The contractor for the project, Underwood & Associates, will be working over the next several weeks to replace a stormwater outfall pipe from a street inlet with a series of step-pools, providing water quality benefits for stormwater runoff at this location. Funded by the Chesapeake & Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund, the project will also include shoreline enhancement within the cove and at the point and offshore breakwater. Substantial native plant materials will be installed for beneficial habitat. Please excuse our construction and any disruption of the use of the Promenade during this project. The City is working to provide water quality improvements to our stormwater as required and desired for the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
- FY 2019 Annual Budget Ordinance
- Harford County Offers Safety Tips for 2018 Hurricane Season