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All Emergency Notices

Sanitary Sewer Overflow

September 22, 2020 - The St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission is reporting a sanitary sewer overflow at located at 39916 Lady Baltimore Ave, Leonardtown MD 20650 and continues to 39673 Lady Baltimore Ave, Leonardtown MD 20650. The sanitary sewer overflow is a result of a motor vehicle accident. Public contact of flood and standing waters in the area of the above addresses concentrating on the ditch that runs along the above addresses should be avoided for ten days. There is no threat or contamination of the local drinking water supply.

For additional information, please contact the St. Mary’s County Health Department at (301) 475-4321 or the St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission at (301) 373-5305.

Interruption of Public Water Supply

 

September 17, 2020 - The St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission is advising the community of Leonardtown Farms of a temporary water interruption. The areas affected Leonardtown Farms Subdivision. The water will temporally turned off to take a water sample from the water tower. Temporary interruption of water supply will be September 17, 2020 from 7:30am to 8:00am. The water service will be restored promptly after the samples are taken. For additional information, please contact the St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission at (301) 373-5305.

Sanitary Sewer Overflow

August 21, 2020 - The St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission is reporting sanitary sewer overflows at the following areas: Piney Point, Forrest Run, California Run and Pembrooke neighborhoods. The sanitary sewer overflows are a result of the inundation of flood waters and heavy rain from the remnants of Tropical Storm Laura which are impacting several wastewater pumping stations. Public contact of any standing waters in those areas should be avoided for ten (10) days. There is no threat or contamination of the local drinking water supply.

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In case of a water/sewer emergency or to report an outage, please dial 301-373-5305.