The City of Laurel has a long history of being environmentally conscious.  It has been designated a Tree City USA since 1993, created an Environmental Affairs Committee in 2003, has been a Sustainable Maryland Certified City since October of 2015. Most recently, Mayor Craig Moe established the first Department of Environmental Programs, overseen by Michele Blair, Environmental Programs Manager.

Programs

One and Done Program

One and Done Program: Waste, Recycling, and Compost Collections

Simplifying your collections: trash, recycling and composting will all be collected on the same day! Easy! Larger recycling containers make it easier for you to recycle more and keep recyclables out of our landfill. Keeping recycling and food waste out of our landfills helps to reduce Green House Gas emissions by reducing methane gases at the landfill. Your support for this new program will go a long way in creating a “Green and Sustainable” Laurel for current and future generations of Laurel residents.

 

 

Green Living Logo

Green Living Program: Planet · People · Prosperity

The City of Laurel defines sustainability as meeting the environmental, social, and economic needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. As such, the City of Laurel is committed to moving its operations and the community towards a more sustainable future.

 

 

 

 

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Office of the City Administrator

The citizens of Laurel are our most important asset. Our goal is to provide our citizens with the best possible government. To ensure our commitment to citizen service, we will: