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Baltimore County Restaurant Week Fall 2021

October 8th, 2021

Baltimore County Restaurant Week Fall 2021 starts Friday, October 15, and runs through October 24. There are a good number of Baltimore County restaurants participating this month. The usual fee for participation has been waived again. The organizers have asked that the participating restaurants have a special Restaurant Week menu for brunch, lunch, dinner or [...]

Baltimore County Reuse Directory

September 1st, 2021

Baltimore County has published a "reuse directory" of used and recycling organizations that take donations for 2021-2022. I am often asked who may take appliances, furniture, or other household items, and this resource is a great one. I am grateful that the Baltimore County Department of Public Works has put this list together! The list [...]

Baltimore County 4th of July Parades and Fireworks 2021

June 28th, 2021

Baltimore County has a number of 4th of July parades and fireworks scheduled for 2021! Here are the Baltimore County 4th of July Parades for 2021 according to community websites and/or facebook pages:   Saturday, July 3, 2021 Arbutus Recreation Council Time: 12:30pm Route: Elm Road and Oregon Avenue - Tom Day Boulevard to Carville [...]

Baltimore County Farmers’ Market in Timonium 2021

June 1st, 2021

The Baltimore County Farmers Market 2021 plans to be open from June 2-October 27. It will be held 10am-1pm on Wednesdays. The Baltimore County Farmers Market is held at the Timonium Fairgrounds. This is its' twelfth year! The farms represented at the Timonium Fairgrounds Farmers Market in 2021 are: ALBRIGHT FARMS INC. DAILY CRISIS FARM [...]

Baltimore County Restaurant Week Spring 2021

April 6th, 2021

Baltimore County Restaurant Week Spring 2021 starts Friday, April 16, and runs through May 2. This is the first ever SPRING Restaurant Week in Baltimore County! As of this post, there are currently 50 Baltimore County restaurants showing as participating this month. The usual fee for participation has been waived. The organizers have just asked [...]

Baltimore County Property Tax Reassessment January 2021

January 22nd, 2021

Every year, one third of Baltimore County Real Estate is reassessed for property tax purposes. Baltimore County has split the reassessments into areas. Each area is reassessed every three years. For January 1, 2021, Area 3 has been reassessed. Should you be in Area 3 and want to appeal your property tax reassessment, you have [...]

Baltimore County Most Expensive Home Sales 2020

January 21st, 2021

Baltimore County's most expensive home sales in 2020 were found north of the city, with the most expensive found in Worthington Valley. The five highest home sales in Baltimore County in 2020, according to Bright, our local multiple listing system, were: 1. 13301 Dover Rd, Reisterstown, MD 21136. $3,900,000. This is an estate home built [...]

Baltimore County Christmas Tree Pickup 2021

December 31st, 2020

Baltimore County Christmas Tree pickup 2021 is the over a two week period, beginning the week of January 11, 2021. Christmas trees in Baltimore County must be placed by the curb or in the alley (if that is your normal trash location) by January 16 in order to ensure pickup. The trees must be completely [...]

Baltimore County Farmers’ Market in Timonium 2020

May 26th, 2020

The Baltimore County Farmers Market 2020 plans to be open from June 3-October 28. It will be held 10am-1pm on Wednesdays. The Baltimore County Farmers Market is held at the Timonium Fairgrounds. This is its' eleventh year! The farms represented at the Timonium Fairgrounds Farmers Market in 2020 are: ALBRIGHT FARMS INC. DAILY CRISIS FARM [...]

Baltimore County Planning Department Comprehensive Zoning Map 2020

March 25th, 2020

The Baltimore County Planning Department has released a comprehensive zoning map for 2020 with a public comment application. With COVID-19 and current limits on public gatherings, the in-person Planning Board public hearings have been cancelled, the reason for the application. It appears that the Planning Board will review the input collected on the application, and [...]

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