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Small wireless facilities and the technology it brings is arriving to Anne Arundel County. Small wireless facilities are installed and operated by private providers.
The Infrastructure Management Division is responsible for the inventory, pavement condition assessment, and maintenance resurfacing of county roadways under the Pavement Management Program.
Report potholes found on County roads. The Bureau of Highways will respond/repair the pothole within 2 business days.
By installing a rain garden you can improve water quality in local streams, rivers, and ultimately the Chesapeake Bay.
Homeowners, Utilities, and their contractors may require a Right-of-Way permit to undertake certain repairs and construction.
Returning roads to Private Persons
Acceptance of Private Roads by the County
Learn about projects and other events that may impact your travels on County Roads.
The Bureau of Highways engages in activities to protect the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries from the impacts of our road network. Effective Drainage is essential to this effort.
The Bureau of Highways performs maintenance activities to keep the County's roadside's safe and in good condition. Learn how to report a concern to the appropriate Road District.
The Bureau of Highways is responsible for the removal of snow from all County-maintained roadways. Determine the level of service for your street and enter a request for service.
The Bureau of Highways addresses specific Traffic Engineering and Maintenance concerns.
The County has a process for dealing with overgrown grass/noxious weeds on private property.