Release: Request for Proposals for Sisson Street Sanitation Yard & Citizen Drop Off Center Relocation

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Bill Henry
Baltimore City
204 City Hall - Baltimore Maryland 21202
(410) 396-5410


Geoff Shannon, Public Relations Officer
(410) 387-5704


The Department of Real Estate (DORE), in partnership with the Department of Public Works (DPW) Solid Waste Operations and the Mayor's Office of Infrastructure Development (MOID) has announced a new request for proposals (RFP) for a potential new location for the Sisson Street Sanitation Yard & Citizen Drop Off Center.

Competitive proposals for the new transfer station site must meet the following criteria:

  • Sites must be in close proximity to the existing Sisson Street transfer station. 
  • Potential sites must be zoned and currently used as industrial property with at least seven usable and accessible acres.  
  • Access to and close proximity to Interstate 83 is essential, with a preference for at least two access points to the site.   
  • Access routes must accommodate commercial/heavy equipment/truck traffic.
  • No portion of the site can be in a floodplain.
  • The site cannot be adjacent to a residential community.

The current drop-off center is located at 2840 and 2842 Sisson Street, occupying 5.643 acres between Remington and I-83. The Remington Neighborhood Plan has identified the site for future redevelopment.

Proposals will be accepted through Friday, August 11, 2023 by 4pm. More information on how and where to submit proposals can be found at the Comptroller’s website.

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