Off-Campus Student Services

Rental House Statutes

In Baltimore County, no more than 2 unrelated people may live together in a single-family dwelling. Houses converted into apartments units are included. In that case, only two per apartment are allowed.

In Baltimore City, the codes are more complex, but in basic, no more than 4 unrelated people may live together in a single-family dwelling.

New! Rental Housing Registration- Baltimore County passed Bill 87-07 requiring all buildings or a portion of a building that contain one to six dwelling units, intended, or designed to be rented, or leased for living purposes be registered and licensed with Baltimore County. Read More

For questions or concerns regarding your living situation, refer to:

Off-Campus Student Services
University Union, Room 232
410-704-2332
cgalladian@towson.edu

Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. (BNI)
2217 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-243-6007/800-487-6007
http://www.bni-maryland.org
*BNI can provide advice and assistance on landlord-tenant laws
and problems for the state of Maryland (except Montgomery County).

Maryland's Peoples Law Library (PPI)

Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development Complaint Office
417 E. Fayette Street
Room 100
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-396-4176
*This agency should be contacted if you live in the city.

Zoning Office - Baltimore County
111 W. Chesapeake Avenue, Room 111
Towson, MD 21204
410-887-3391



 

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