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- There is a new procedure for requesting police reports through the City of Brunswick. Please email email@example.com with the following information: report #, date of incident, victim/defendant name, contact phone #, contact email address, and contact physical address. Each report costs $5 and will take 2-3 business days to process. You will be contacted when the report is available.
- The United Way’s program “The Prosperity Center” helps Frederick County residents with free tax preparation, asset-building tools, and access to community resources. On August 27, 2014, the Center will present a free class called “Credit Cafe” from 4-7pm at the Bernard Brown Center in Frederick, 629 North Market Street. Click here to find out how the Prosperity Center can help your family.
- With regard to the Water and Sewer rate increase, the City of Brunswick will defer implementation of the rate increase until the next billing cycle given the ambiguity of the language in the Resolution. Therefore, customers will receive a credit on their October bills for the amount of the rate increase that was included in their July bills.
- The governmental affairs office of Potomac Edison (a subsidiary of FirstEnergy) provided the following information to the City of Brunswick in response to concerns about recent power outages and power surges. This information is provided as a courtesy to our shared customers. If you have further questions about the information below or the service Potomac Edison provides, please contact them or visit their website: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/potomac_edison.html”We have initiated a number of construction projects that will reconfigure some of our existing circuits. This will allow us to serve customers that have been affected by over voltage on the line that is built under the sub transmission line via other circuits, eliminating that particular area of exposure. We will then abandon that problem section of Distribution line. Please keep in mind that there are always possibilities of problems and outages on the electrical grid. We are simply eliminating exposure to a known and isolated problem area.We have also initiated a construction project at the Brunswick substation that will isolate and protect it from many sustained outages similar to those that have been experienced recently. Future problems that occur may produce only a momentary interruption as opposed to a sustained outage. e expect to have this work done by early Fall.Additionally, every circuit in the Brunswick area, including Distribution and Subtransmission is in the process of having the trees trimmed. This work should be completed by October.”
- The City Code Enforcement and Police Departments refer all animal related complaints or concerns to Frederick County Animal Control. Please direct all animal related questions to that agency at 301-600-1546.
- Click here to view the 2013 Drinking Water Quality Report.
- Commuter parking spaces are now available for lease in the City’s Railroad Square Parking Lot beside the train station. The cost is $330 per year, or $30 per month. Call 301-834-7500, ext. 206 for more information or to lease a space.
- Read the 2012 Branding Brunswick Case Study here.