All certifications that expired on or after April 1, 2020, are considered active through 30 days after the state of emergency is terminated. These certifications may be in an extended and current 90-day grace period, depending upon the expiration date.
All certifications that expired on January 1, 2020, through and including March 1, 2020, were within the 90-day grace period at the time the Executive Order was issued and are considered inactive. The 90-day grace period has been extended for these certificates.
All other certifications expired as of December 31, 2019, are considered inactive. Certificates beyond the 90-day grace period are considered in reinstatement for two years after the expiration date. Certificates beyond the two year reinstatement period may not be renewed.
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The registration renewal requirement for certain rental properties constructed prior to 1978 is excluded from extension under the Governor’s executive order. The lead rental registration renewal will therefore be due by December 31, 2020, regardless of whether the state of emergency and catastrophic health emergency are still in effect at that time. Please click here to read the public notice.
Click here for the first update and here for the second update regarding findings in the Maryland/ D.C. area.
Building closures during a pandemic reduce water use, leading to stagnant water inside plumbing. This water may be unsafe to drink or unsafe to use for other personal or commercial purposes. CDC and EPA recommend that building managers and owners become informed and take necessary steps to flush the building plumbing before reopening. A building reopening and flushing infographic is linked here.
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