1000 block of Pleasant Valley Drive

Sulphur Spring Road and Selford Road

800 block of Southwind Court

1200 block of Providence Road

Woodlawn Drive and Gwynn Oak Avenue

Goucher Boulevard and Fairmount Avenue

Dogwood Road and Franklintown Road

6500 block of Dogwood Road

Ingleside Avenue and Woodsdale Road

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Fire stations provide Dumpsters; water will be available Thursday

Also on Tuesday morning, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced that the county will place Dumpsters for tree debris and yard waste at select fire stations, and will allow residents to fill containers with water from fire stations beginning Thursday of this week.

The Dumpsters are for yard and tree debris only. Other materials such as damaged carpet, wallboard, gutters, damaged furniture, and home siding may be delivered to one of the county's drop-off centers.

Water will be available at all career and volunteer fire stations, though residents must bring their own containers. People can fill them with water from the station's outdoor spigots.

The Department of Public Works will place dumpsters at fire stations in hardest hit areas so that residents may dispose of storm related tree debris. Dumpsters will be available to the public at least through Nov. 4 and longer if necessary.  The locations are:

• Arbutus Volunteer Fire Station - 5200 Southwestern Boulevard

• Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Station - 900 Bowleys Quarters Road

• Eastview Fire Station - 1056 Old Northpoint Road, Dundalk

• Lutherville Volunteer Fire Station - 1609 Bellona Avenue

Parkville Fire Station - 8530 Old Harford Road (dumpster will be on the parking lot of American Legion next door)