Your HOA may be eligible to participate in the County Pet Waste Management Program!
The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is partnering with HOAs to reduce pet waste bacteria levels in our local rivers and streams. We’ll work with the HOA to educate residents as well as install pet waste stations in common areas managed by HOAs.
In the end, it is a win-win situation. Bacteria issues caused by pet waste are addressed and the community benefits from not having pet waste left on the ground. Imagine poop free play areas for all!
Since December 2014, about 14,077 pounds of waste has been collected through this program. Imagine that – more than 7 tons of poop!
We are looking for homeowner associations that meet the following criteria:
Eligible HOAs will receive:
If your HOA is chosen to participate in a pet station program, then the HOA also receives:
To learn more about the program, eligibility criteria and to find out if your community is located in one of the targeted areas, please contact Ana Arriaza at 240-777-7778 or by email at email@example.com.