BALTIMORE, MARYLAND June 15, 2016 – The Baltimore Police Department’s Eastern District Station is getting a facelift. The Department of General Services (DGS) is renovating the front entrances of three district police stations over the next couple of months. The Eastern District is the first to be completed.

The renovation of Eastern included interior and exterior work. The district has obtained new landscaping, including roses and shrubs, as well as an updated and improved door infrastructure. On the interior the location received updated L.E.D. lighting to improve energy efficiency, new paint, updated electrical and IT, refurbished terrazzo flooring, and a newly built workspace for the officers.

Over the last year DGS has invested over $300,000 in improvements to the Western District. DGS, along with numerous private partners, just announced the planned $2.4 million renovation to the Western District.

The Department of General Services is committed to providing healthy work environments and safe reliable vehicles for City employees by delivering high quality and cost-effective support services to City agencies who serve Baltimore’s citizens and stakeholders. 

Check out this Baltimore Sun article for more information.

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