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Posted on: June 5, 2023

Visit ‘Construction Projects’ page for the latest on town infrastructure projects

A photo of construction stakes planted in Homestead Park, Bel Air

There are multiple infrastructure projects happening in town, some taking place now and others planned for the coming months. We expect that these much-needed improvements to our streets and parks – which are supported by grants obtained through the town Planning and Economic Development Departments – will enhance the quality of life in our neighborhoods.

People should visit the “Construction Projects” page, which is part of the Planning Department’s section of the town website, for more information on these projects. Visitors can click on links under the project headings to see information such as tentative schedules, conceptual designs and construction plans.

More information will be added to project links once it is available for publication.

Homestead Park on East MacPhail Road closed May 30 for three months of construction work. That project involves relocating and upgrading the playground to make it accessible for people with disabilities, building a parking area, replacing the basketball courts with pickleball courts and making the entire park more accessible for those with disabilities.

Upcoming projects listed on the page include extensive improvements to Thomas and George Streets around Plumtree Park, tentatively slated to start in the fall of 2023, as well as upgrades to Courtland Street by the Harford County Courthouse and improvements to Burns Alley between Courtland Place and East Pennsylvania Avenue.

Contact Media and Public Relations Specialist David Anderson at 410-688-3020 or

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