Profile Picture Open Baltimore

created Jul 10 2014

updated Feb 15 2019

Description

The Baltimore City Department of General Services (DGS) administers the Minor Privilege Program, which provides guidelines on what can and cannot be placed outdoors within the public right-of-way.The privilege can be of a temporary or minor nature, posing little long term impact on the public right-of-way and which can be removed with relative ease if desired. Some examples include awnings, overhead signs, outdoor seating, sidewalk displays, barber poles, permanent dumpsters, etc. A number of minor privileges can be more of a permanent nature that may have a long term impact and may not easily be removed such as cornices, steps, bay windows, storefronts and vaults.

Activity
Community Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
Your Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
Raters
0
Visits
8984
Downloads
383
Comments
0
Contributors
0
Meta
Category
Housing & Development
Permissions
Public
Tags
minor privilege, permits, public righ-of-way
Licensing and Attribution
Data Provided By
Baltimore City Department of General Services
Source Link
http://www.baltimorecity.gov/government/agenciesdepartments/generalservices/minorprivilege.aspx
License
Attribution 3.0 Unported
Updated
Frequency
Quarterly
Publishing Entity
Department
General Services
First row
This view cannot be displayed