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Police Non Emergency

Fire and Rescue Non Emergency

Park Police Non Emergency

District 2 Police Station

BCC Regional Services Center (Montgomery County)

Miss Utility (Before You Dig)

Washington Gas

WSSC (Water)

Pepco (Electricity)





301-949-8010              Emergency: 301-949-3010









Online Citizen Reporting

Starting September 21st, members of the public who are victims of certain crimes can file reports online. The crimes include theft (under $10,000.00), Theft from Autos, Indentity theft, Vandalism, Vandalism to Vehicle, Tips, and Lost property.

When a user fills out the report, the information will be emailed to the Citizen Reporting Section. For more information about the new system, call Peggy Lyles at 240-773-5393.

Helpful Information

EBCA Residential Parking Permits
Many streets in East Bethesda have Residential Permit Parking signs to prevent commuters and patrons of the Central Business District from parking on our narrow streets.  To obtain a permit, visit the parking garage on Cheltenham Drive across from the Midas shop.  If you are interested in getting permit parking signs posted on your block, contact DPWT Parking Director Joe Posposil at  240-777-2190                            .

Public Safety Update
Visit the B-CC Regional Services Center's Public Safety Update page for imformation regarding the October 6, 2008 public safety meeting held at Walt Whitman High School.


Montgomery County Improves
Plastic Recycling
As of July 1, single-family homes in Montgomery County will be able to recycle all plastic bottles, containers and lids, jars, pails, buckets, and food-grade plastic tubs. Items previously not allowed - yogurt/sour cream/deli containers, peanut butter/mayonnaise jars, ice cream/margarine tubs, plastic beverage cups, flowerpots, kitty litter containers, and detergent tubs - will now be recyclable, beginning July 1, 2008. To see the full list download Solid Waste's Civic Loop here.