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Baltimore City Water Bill Update & Resources


Starting in October of 2016, the Department of Public Works will switch to monthly billing and will start using a new water billing system which includes a new water bill layout and other rate structure changes. These improvements will include a new online customer portal. This password-protected website will allow customers to see their hourly water usage and other account information.

Online Water Bill Calculator - To view how water rate and rate structure changes might impact your bill, please visit the water bill calculator on the DPW website:

Contacting the DPW Customer Support and Services Division:

For water billing inquiries, customers may contact the Customer Support and Services Division: 

Online Inquiry Form: http://publicworks.baltimorecity.gov/Water-Billing-Questions

Email: dpw.billing@baltimorecity.gov

Phone: (410) 396-5398 or 311


For information about water bill assistance programs and to access or submit an application electronically:

DPW website: http://publicworks.baltimorecity.gov/water-bill-payment-assistance

Email: dpw.billing@baltimorecity.gov

Phone: (410) 396-5398 or 311


The Homepage of their Updated Website: http://publicworks.baltimorecity.gov/waterbilling


Public Works announces new LEAK ADJUSTMENT POLICY:

Please save and use this information if experiencing water billing spikes.




MTA Bus Route - Proposed changes

And our community response:

The MTA is proposing changes to the bus lines that pass through our district. A group of concerned citizens has come together to evaluate the plan (connect with us HERE on Facebook).  CLICK HERE for a Baltimore Sun article outlining the MTA's proposal and to see a map that shows what the changes would look like. On July 18th, we met with MTA representatives at the Waverly Library for a 'Workgroup'. 

Report of 14th District’s BUS WORKGROUP14,

Presented to MTA at Waverly Library Workshop, July 18, 2016,

As part of Public Testimony & Recommendations heard

On BaltimoreLinks’ PHASE 2 Proposals:

Workgroup response page 1

Workgroup responses page 2

CLICK HERE for a PDF of the above document.


May 22, 2016 Report of the BUS WORKGROUP14

With Recommendations for Amendments to Phase 1

Of MTA’s BaltimoreLinks Phase 1 Proposals:

Consolidated report page 1

Consolidated report page 2

Consolidated report page 3

Consolidated report page 4

The above 4 pages are only a preview of the full, 14 page report.

CLICK HERE for a PDF of the full report.




IMPORTANT Information for Homeowners whose City Tax Liens were Purchased at the Annual Tax Sale.

If you or someone you know had a tax bill, water bill, or other City citation that resulted in their tax lien being sold at the City’s May 16 tax sale, CLICK HERE for important information on how to proceed.



Interested to know where Mary Pat stands on the latest issues?

Click on the following Candidate Questionnaires for detailed insight:


MUCH THANKS to these Official Endorsers of Mary Pat in her 2016 re-election campaign:

Maryland Working Families

Maryland League of Conservation Voters




Baltimore Metropolitan Council AFL-CIO Unions


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Community Hub for Opportunities in Construction Employment Logo


AFSCME Maryland Logo - endorsement




Thanks to so many of you for the wonderful kickoff to my 2016 re-election campaign! I am honored to continue to represent you! So much work ahead together in living-up to One Baltimore’s resolve to make Baltimore the land of opportunity to which we aspire for all residents, especially the children.

As you navigate through our site, we will highlight information important to the 14th District and to Baltimore City as a whole. We also hope to hear from you about ideas to improve our district and the City - and with requests for help regarding neighborhood issues.

Mary Pat hooray!

If you want to stay in touch with the district, sign up for our E-newsletters at the top of the page. You will be informed regularly on district 14 issues and needs.


Mary Pat Clarke


Baltimore City Council panel approves $15 minimum wage bill

Andrew Dunn on August 1, 2016

A divided City Council will decide next month whether to increase the minimum wage in Baltimore to $15 ...
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This isn't the first time Baltimore has debated the minimum wage

Andrew Dunn on August 1, 2016

Today's arguments repeat what interest groups said more than 50 years ago ...
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City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke proposes $15 minimum wage in Baltimore

Lorraine Mirabella and Natalie Sherman on April 18, 2016

Baltimore would become the latest jurisdiction to require businesses to pay workers at least $15 an hour under controve ...
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