Owners of 237 cars picked up their towed vehicles, many swamped and wrecked, since a deadly flash flood swept through Ellicott City.
Sunday night, 12 cars remained past a pickup deadline at Centennial High School, said Mark Miller, a spokesman for Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman.
Some 249 cars were recovered from the flood on July 30 and towed to Centennial. The last 12 cars will be towed to a private lot, and their owners must pay storage fees.
That lot will be determined Monday morning, Miller said.