WHAT NOT BRING - George Foreman grills or similar cooking appliances
Toasters, toaster ovens, smokeless indoor grills, etc.
Hotplates, electric skillets, crock pots, hot pots, electric tea kettle without automatic shut-off, etc.
Coffee Pots without automatic shut-off
Refrigerators over 4 cu. Ft.
Air Conditioners & All portable heating devices (space heaters of any kind). This includes electric blankets.
Halogen Lamps or Sun Lamps
Plastic or paper shade decorative lamps
Candles, lanterns, incense, or anything else that produces an open flame
Hookahs (decorative or otherwise), water pipes, vaporizers, bowls, bongs, or other smoking paraphernalia
Decorative string lights (cannot be near curtains or hanging from ceiling)
All combustible materials (gas, lighter fluid, charcoal, propane, solvents, etc.)
All items powered by combustible fuels (such as motorcycles)
All fireworks, explosives, etc.
All corrosive (or poisonous) chemicals and hazardous materials
Multiple power strips connected together (“chaining”)
Wire across floors that are not held down by a carpet or tape
Curtain/drapes and anything covering ceilings (tapestries, banners, posters, or other flammable materials)
Wall decorations covering more than 50% of the walls (tapestries, banners, posters, or other flammable materials)
All tapestries or cloth decorations must be clearly labeled “Flame resistant”
Crepe paper, plastic or Mylar decorations, ribbons, streamers, etc. hanging from light fixtures or ceiling
Food lying open on desks, floors, etc.
Baltimore City Property
City or University Signage
Lounge or Common Area Furniture
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