Town of Elkton
100 Railroad Avenue
Elkton, Maryland 21921
Elkton is located on the Colonial Highway of America, sitting at the northern headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay. Elkton, the County Seat for Cecil County, has a population of 15,500 and is comfortably nestled midway between Washington, DC and New York City. Elkton is very fortunate to have the comforts, charm, and atmosphere of a small town with all the advantages of larger cities such as Baltimore, MD and Philadelphia, PA just minutes away. Click here for a map of the Elkton area.
IMPORTANT WEATHER RELATED NOTICE
DUE TO THE WINTER WEATHER EVENT THE TOWN OF ELKTON'S TRASH REMOVAL AND RECYLCING SCHEDULES WILL OPERATE ON A DAY-BEHIND SCHEDULE
MONDAY'S TRASH WILL BE COLLECTED ON TUESDAY
TUESDAY'S TRASH WILL BE COLLECTED ON WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY'S RECYCLING WILL BE COLLECTED ON FRIDAY
FRIDAY'S RECYCLING WILL BE COLLECTED ON SATURDAY
PLEASE PLACE ALL MATERIALS CURBSIDE BY 6:00 A.M. ON YOUR SCHEDULED PICK UP DAY
SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL NOTICE
The Town of Elkton Code, Chapter 12.08.060, requires accumulated snow and ice to be removed from sidewalks within 48 hours. Violations of this Ordinance are subject to a $25 fine, as well as costs for snow / ice removal by Town Employees.
The Town of Elkton will host the showing of "Anonymous People," a documentary which focuses on changing the addiction conversation from problems to solutions. The showing will be held in the Elkton Municipal Building Activity Room, 2nd floor, 100 Railroad Avenue, Elkton, on Monday, March 10, at 6:00 p.m.. It's open to the public, but advance registration is required. To register go to http://www.cecilcountyhealth.org . Additional information on the film by IMDb can be found at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2571226 A film trailer can be found at: http://vimeo.com/64948005
IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE
The Town of Elkton prohibits the flushing of baby wipes, diapers, cloth items, food wrappers, and other solid, non-dispersible matter into the sewer system. These items clog important wastewater pumping equipment and are detrimental to the Town's wastewater collection and treatment system. Please place these items in the trash for collection. Thank you!
Department of Public Works Yard Waste Removal Suspension Notice
The Town of Elkton's Yard Waste Removal Program will be suspended during the winter months with the exception of Christmas tree pick-ups. The program will tentatively resume in April 2014 – (date is weather dependent). Christmas trees will be collected through January 2014. DPW asks that you put your tree curbside on your regularly scheduled brush pick up day. Questions regarding yard waste or Christmas tree removal can be directed to the Department of Public Works at 410-392-6636 Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
REPORTING VACANT AND BLIGHTED PROPERTY
Poorly maintained vacant property negatively impacts the value and appearance of surrounding property, creates public health, safety, and welfare issues, promotes a nuisance, and adversely affects the quality of living in Elkton, therefore we encourage our residents and business leaders to report vacant and blighted property within the town. Reports should be directed to the Administration Office by telephone at (410) 398-0970 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org . The Town will investigate all reports and pursue the necessary action to address blighted property in Elkton. Thank you!
Joseph L. Fisona, Mayor
"Mayor Joseph L. Fisona, accompanied by Jeanne Minner, Director, Department of Planning, and Charles Bromwell, Senior Building Inspector, Department of Building and Zoning, receives a check from Pat Wagner, TCB North Street Senior LLC, for building fees in the amount of $804,775.79 for the North Street Senior Apartments project, 214 North Street, Elkton, a 53-unit apartment building for senior citizens planned for construction starting in January."