The Bureau of Highways repairs potholes on county owned roads.
The Bureau of Highways plans and executes winter operation activities on more than 6,700 County-maintained roads and streets.
The Bureau of Highways is responsible for all maintenance activities associated with the roads of Anne Arundel County’s transportation system.
Right of Way Permitting
Homeowners, Utilities, and their contractors may require a Right-of-Way permit to undertake certain repairs and construction.
Learn about the weeded lot law and how you can report growth of weeds or grass that is 12 inches or higher.
Local Traffic Camera Feeds
View traffic on local roads from the County's live camera feeds
Neighborhood Traffic Control
Learn about the County's Neighborhood Traffic Control Program and how to request a study for your neighborhood.
Report Street Light Outage
Report lighting issues as well as purple lights directly to BGE
The Traffic Engineering Division is responsible for reviewing and approving block parties on public County roadways
The Bureau of Highways is organized into four (4) divisions:
- Infrastructure Management
- Road Operations
- Traffic Engineering
To be an innovative and leading edge solver of transportation infrastructure issues; a responsible and successful manager of roadway and roadside operations; and a great place to work.
To manage, operate, and maintain the County’s road infrastructure in a productive, efficient and environmentally responsible manner, providing high quality service to our customers, the citizens of Anne Arundel County.
- Main office: 8 am - 4:30 pm
- Road Districts: 6:30 am - 3:00 pm
- Traffic Maintenance: 6:00 am - 2:30 pm