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Mayoral Initiatives

Mayor Rawlings-Blake's Priority Outcomes for Baltimore City

The following initiatives are some examples of the Mayor’s long-term efforts to make Baltimore a better, safer and stronger City.

  • Better Schools
  • Safer Streets
  • Stronger Neighborhoods
  • Growing Economy
  • Cleaner and Healthier City
  • Innovative Government

More Initiative Related News...

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Continues Google Push for Baltimore
Mayor highlights Baltimore’s conduit system, announces new broadband task force. Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake highlighted a strategic advantage in attracting Google Fiber to Baltimore—the City’s elaborate 3.9 million feet of underground conduit system. More than 1,100 communities, includin...
American Le Mans Series Added to Baltimore Grand Prix
Mayor Rawlings-Blake, Race Officials and Drivers Officially Announce World’s Leading Sports Car Series Added to List of Racing Events on Labor Day Weekend 2011 The Baltimore Grand Prix (BGP) announced today that the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón, has been added to the inau...
Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Youth B’More Initiative
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was joined by Dr. Andres Alonso, CEO of the Baltimore City Public School System, Karen Sitnick, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, Gregory Bayor, Director of the Department of Recreation and Parks, Molly McGrath, Director of the Department of Soc...
Mayor Rawlings-Blake Submits Google Fiber RFI for Baltimore
Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake sent Baltimore City’s completed Request for Information (RFI) to Google to help bring Google Fiber for Communities to the City. Early this month, the Mayor enlisted the support of top business and technology leaders and organizations to assist in Baltimore’s gra...
Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Baltimore City Google Team
Mayor enlists GBC, EAGB, Under Armour and names volunteer ‘Google Czar’ Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake enlisted the support of top business and technology leaders and organizations to assist in Baltimore’s grassroots effort to attract Google Fiber for Communities an initiative that asks Ame...

Mayor's Office Contacts

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Mayor

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Mayor
City Hall, Room 250
100 N. Holliday Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Phone (410) 396-3835
Fax (410) 576-9425
Contact The Mayor

Lindsey Hill
Special Assistant
Email Lindsey

Constituent Services:
(410) 396-4900