Municipalities Resources

Stormwater Management
Stormwater Projects
Groundwater Issues and Flooding
Report Flooding or Drainage

Flooding issues affect everyone, which is why the Department of Public Works and Transportation partners with Municipalities in Prince George’s County to provide flood protection to residents. If residents have have flooding or drainage issues, please report the issues through PGC311.

Municipality Drainage Maps

To access maps Drainage Maps for the Municipalities in Prince Georges County, click here. These maps show the locations of stormdrains, easements, best management practices (BMPs), inlets, and outfalls, as well as water bodies, bridges, buildings and property lines for each municipality.

Note: These maps are approximations. Please contact OSDM staff for detailed information on a specific storm drain system.

Click the name of the municipality to view its Drainage Map

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If you have specific questions or concerns, please see the contact information below.

General Questions

Charlie Griffith - Associate Director for the Office of Storm Drain Maintenance,

311 Service Request Questions

Mike Snyder, masnyder?

General Maintenance

Ramon Halsey, rhalsey?

Stormwater Facilities

Scott McPhaull, smcphaull?

Levees & Pump Stations

Dave Howard, dhoward?

Jetvac and Video Inspection

Kevin Brown,