Glyndon, Maryland 21071

News and announcements about historic Glyndon, Maryland.


  • July 26, 2013 6:37 am

There has been an increasing amount of graffiti showing up on Railroad Avenue.  The county was called on Friday 7/26/2013 to report the stop signs that have been painted.  They will replace the stop signs.  Unfortunately the graffiti on private property will need to be cleaned up by the property owner.   Please keep your eyes open especially during the night hours and report suspicious activity to the Baltimore County Police Department.



1 Comment

  1. Trent Garman says:

    I am glad that someone is on top of this. If anyone ever needs help removing graffiti in the neighborhood I would be glad to help. I noticed the graffiti on the powerline poles on railroad and was going to sand them off but I do not know if the County will take care of it.

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