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Stay up-to-date on projects and programs to improve services, keep up with our growth, and to improve your quality of life. This page highlights current ongoing projects and initiatives within Howard County.
Police: Traffic enforcement and safety
Police traffic enforcement and safety programs, including red light camera program, Collision Avoidance Training, SMART radar program and child safety seat inspections
Planning and Park Development
The mission of the Capital Projects and Park Planning Division is to provide a quality park system for the citizens of Howard County, and to help protect the County’s sensitive natural resources.
Police: Victim assistance, domestic violence & child abuse
Information about services provided by Howard County police's Victim Assistance Section, Domestic Violence Section and Child Advocacy Center.
Haviland Mill Park Site

 

South Branch Park

Construction is starting in early July 2014 on the First Phase of improvements for the 7.5 acre South Branch Park, located across the Patapsco River from the town of Sykesville.

Police: Community policing & resource officers
Community resource officers provide community policing at satellite offices in Howard County
Middle Patuxent Improvements (Capital Project N3965)

  A project to design and construct a restroom, storage building, parking improvements, and bridges in the Middle Patuxent Environmental Area. 

Western Regional Park (Capital Project N3932)
Phase IV of Western Regional Park is currently under construction. This phase includes 4 miles of asphalt pathways, 1.5 miles of equestrian trails, five picnic shelters, two restrooms and a playground. Phase IV is scheduled for completion the Fall of 2011.
North Laurel Park (Completed)(Capital Project N3940)
A project to acquire, design, and construct a 51-acre park and outdor swimming pool lying northeast of North Laurel Road and Washington Avenue.
Blandair Regional Park (Capital Project N3102)
A project to master plan, design, and construct a 298-acre Regional Park, and restore the 19th century Blandair Mansion and outsuildings located off of MD Route 175 in Columbia, Maryland.
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