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General Information and Crime Statistics
Find information about County Services based on an address or obtain community specfic crime statistics that are classified by incident type.
|Public Works Maps, As-Built Engineering Drawings and Survey Monuments Research and Retrieve Record Drawings and Survey Monuments.|
Watershed, Ecosystem, and Restoration Services
My Anne Arundel Zoning Viewer
GIS Data Download
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|Installing Rain Gardens to Reduce Runoff|
|Fix a Leak Week|
|Become a WaterSense Partner|
|Comcast Local Edition - Rich Bowen|
Recycling Video Contest
|Recycling at our Parks - Downs Park|
Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works and the Department of Recreation and Parks team up to Recycle, More, Often. Tracie Reynolds reports for Anne Arundel County Week in Review.
A local church works with Anne Arundel County to Recycle, More, Often.
Anne Arundel County Week in Review updates residents on County Executive John R. Leopold's 50/50 Recycling Challenge.
Most Anne Arundel County residents recycle, but our landfill still contains numerous recyclables that can never be recovered. Take a look at what recyclable materials will be buried forever if we don't recycle more of our household items.
Preventing Sewage Spills
Anne Arundel County works every day to provide quality service and protect the environment. The Department of Public Works responds quickly to sewage spills. Take a look at how we respond, and how you can help prevent spills.
|Recycling on Newsmakers|
Jim Pittman of Waste Management Services sits down with Tony Hill of Comcast to promote recycling. Take a look at what you can do to "Recycle. More. Often."
|Finding recyclables in your home|
Anne Arundel County residents are recycling savvy. But many who already recycle do not always know every item they can drop in the recycling bin. Take a look at a tour through an Annapolis home hunting for recyclables.
Public Works forces mobilize to Crofton Meadows Elementary School to show off the latest gadgets and heavy machinery used to keep the sewer system functioning properly. Take a look at what the students saw.
Students celebrate Earth Day with tree planting
More than 200 students from Anne Arundel County Public Schools participated in this Earth Day event to complete a stream restoration. Take a look at the process of turning a eroded stream into a renewed ecosystem that filters pollutants before they reach the Chesapeake Bay.
Take the 50/50 challenge
About half of the trash that goes into the county's landfill is paper. Find out what items are commonly left out of our curbside recycling, and help the push to increase our recycling rate to 50 percent.
|Director for a day|
Southern High School student Latisha Russell got a chance to spent the day with Department of Public Works Director Ron Bowen. Take a look at what she learned.
|Leopold pledges better recycling|
Anne Arundel County is committed to increasing residential and commercial recycling. Take a look at this interview between County Executive John Leopold and former Recycling Manager Tracie Reynolds.
|"Recycle. More. Often."|
Anne Arundel County residents already recycle, but we can do better. Take a look at our new commercial encouraging everyone to "Recycle. More. Often."
Inmates labor ... and recycle
Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold has expanded the inmate litter pickup program to weekends and mandated removal of illegal signs on roadways. Take a look at how the program is working.
What Happens When You Flush?
This video examines the wastewater treatment process in Anne Arundel County, where plants meet or exceed standards for pollutant removal. Take a look at how it works, and how you can contribute to a healthy environment.
|Snow Info to Keep You on the Go |
Whenever severe weather attacks, Anne Arundel County has a rapid response system to keep you moving. Take a look at how we respond and how you can contact us if there is a problem.
|Ready for Snow |
A lot of preparation goes into getting County forces ready for snow and ice. Take a look at how we prepare the fleet and news from the Bureau of Highways about responding to winter weather.
|Upgrading Your Street |
Road resurfacing is a simple process that leads to lots of confusion by residents who think they are getting a gravel road. Take a look at a step-by-step review of the process that turns your failing road into a smooth new product.
|Recycling Kickoff |
County Executive John R. Leopold has set high goals for the County's recycling program. Take a look at the news conference held to announce a new recycling campaign, and remember to "Recycle. More. Often."
Meet Walter Schultheis III, a 14-year veteran of Anne Arundel County snow removal. Take a look at what it takes for a snow plow to win "Best in Fleet."
|"Re-Leaf" from Leaves|