Business, Politics

Baltimore County Code Enforcement Work Group releases recommendations

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County’s Code Enforcement Work Group on Monday issued their report which includes recommendations to improve the County’s program in order to better serve County residents. “Residents deserve a strong quality of life in our neighborhoods, and code enforcement is an important way we can strengthen that quality of life,” Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski said. “We consistently hear …


Business, Politics, Sci-Tech

Olszewski announces BCSTAT, Baltimore County’s first data-driven performance management program

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Wednesday unveiled BCSTAT, Baltimore County’s first data-driven performance management program, which aims to improve performance, ensure data quality, enhance transparency, and increase accountability across government. BCSTAT will be focused on the operational performance of individual Baltimore County departments as well as cross-departmental, collaborative analyses focused on Olszewski’s top priorities. “An open, transparent government …


How Baltimore County street names and house numbers are determined

The following is a post that appeared on the Baltimore County Government’s official blog: A road by any other name Joe Chmura House Numbers and Street Names Section Baltimore County Department of Permits, Approvals and Inspections Usually we take road names and numbers for granted, but have you ever wondered how roads are named and who decides on the house …