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Baltimore County announces COVID-19 government building restrictions

TOWSON, MD— Effective on Tuesday, March 17, and until further notice, Baltimore County Government will implement new building procedures and restrictions.

Visitor access to the Towson Complex Office Buildings, including the County Office Building (COB), Office of Human Resources, Historic Courthouse, and the Jefferson Building is by appointment only. Signs are now posted at all entrances announcing this policy.

All visitors, and those seeking appointments, will be asked screening questions by phone and upon entrance to all buildings to determine whether or not they are exhibiting coronavirus symptoms or if they have been in contact with anyone exhibiting coronavirus symptoms.

Payments for property taxes, water bills, parking, red light and speed camera tickets as well as pet licenses can be made online by visiting https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/iwant/pay.html.

There is also a payment (check only) collection drop-box located outside of Room 150 in the Historic Courthouse.

Updates to this new practice may be changed at any time, and it is suggested that all visitors contact the department that you plan visit to confirm your appointment.

Department Name Direct Number to Schedule an Appointment
Aging (Appointments preferred, but not mandatory) 410-887-2594

Budget & Finance – Payments
410-887-2404

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Economic and Workforce Development
410-887-8000

Environmental Protection & Sustainability
410-887-3733

Health & Human Services Food Service Permits only
410-887-FOOD (3663)

Health & Human Services COVID 19 related questions
410-887-3816

Human Resources
410-887-3135

Permits, Approvals & Inspections General Inquiries
410-887-3353

Permits only
410-887-3900

Planning
410-887-3211

Public Works
410-887-3306

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