These are the most frequently requested Baltimore City
Department of Transportation forms.
Outdoor Dining Street Closure Program Application
Beginning June 1, 2020, restaurants can begin to apply for two types of programs, program 1, is for outdoor sidewalk dining, and is approved by DHCD, and program 2 is for streets and parking lanes closures approved by BCDOT.
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Ceremonial Street Sign Application 2020
Rules and Guidelines for Consideration of a New Ceremonial Street Sign Installation.
Application Change of Mailing Address Multiple.doc
Use this form to change the mailing address for multiple properties.
Change of Real Property Mailing Address (Single)
Use this form to change the mailing address for a single property.
Crossing Guard Request Form
Use this form to request a School Crossing Guard for a designated location.
Community-Based Programs Application
This application is to be used for Art in the Right-Of-Way, Signage, Tactical Urbanism, Greening, Parklet and Plaza projects.
Guidelines on what can and cannot be placed outdoors within the public right of way whether it be of a temporary nature such as awnings, overhead signs, outdoor seating, lighting, etc., or of a more permanent nature such as steps, bay windows, storefronts, permanent dumpsters, etc.
Property Consolidation Application
The Consolidation of existing Tax Accounts is completed for various reasons which may include the filing of Building Permits for new development or even the combining of a side yard and a home property for tax purposes.
For builders or citizens, temporary use of the right of way includes excavation, scaffolds, dumpsters, and curb lane closures.
Vertical Banner Application 2019
Vertical banners are hung only for the purpose of promoting public events in the City of Baltimore sponsored by non-profit organizations, and the welcoming of conventions and trade shows.
Zoning Ordinance Application
Zoning Ordinance Plats are maps created at the request of the property owner to show designated zoning codes for particular areas.