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During business hours, contact the Highway Administrative Office, 410-638-3279, to report potholes. After business hours, potholes may be submitted to us using You Click We Fix on our website or app. Repairs are normally scheduled to be completed within 24 hours of reporting.
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The county can remove or trim a tree if it is affecting the roadway or the traveling public. Please report emergencies during the day to our Administrative Office, 410-638-3279, and after business hours to the Harford County Sheriff's Office, 410-838-6600. Non-emergency tree removal requests are prioritized for removal and may be submitted to us using You Click We Fix on our website or app.
Each spring, our highway maintenance district shops schedule their roads for sweeping to remove debris from the highway. Contact the Administrative Office, 410-638-3279, to obtain schedule information.
All drainage problems should be reported during business hours to our Administrative Office, 410-638-3279, which will contact the appropriate crew to inspect and respond to service requests. After business hours, requests may be submitted using You Click We Fix on our website or app.
If your street sign is green and you do not live on a numbered route (all numbered routes, i.e. 543, 22, 40 are state roads) your road should be a Harford County public road. Call our Administrative Office, 410-638-3279, to verify if necessary.
Routes are prioritized based on the roadway type. Trucks are scheduled to do emergency routes first, then minor roads and then courts. Any damage should be reported to the Highway Administrative Office, 410-638-3279, or on our You Click We Fix web page or app.
During snow clearing operations, avoid parking on streets and in courts. Cars should remain in driveways, if possible. Listen to audible alarms and watch for flashing lights warning of backing equipment. Maintain at least two car lengths behind large equipment, including dump trucks. Avoid being caught in the blind spot. For more information, see our Snow Removal Guide.
During large, countywide storms of 6" or more, follow our plows on our Snow Plow Tracker.