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Mayor Scott Statement on Renew Baltimore

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released the following statement on the announcement that "Renew Baltimore," a political effort aiming to dramatically reduce the City of Baltimore's revenue, has submitted signatures for the ballot initiative to be placed on the November 2024 ballot.

 

City of Baltimore Announces Lawsuit Filed Against Plastic Manufacturing Companies for Role in Pollution

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced a landmark lawsuit against PepsiCo, Coca Cola, Frito Lay, and plastic manufacturing companies for their significant roles in creating a plastic pollution crisis.

 

Mayor Scott, BCRP Join Riverside Community to Cut Ribbon on Long-Awaited Upgrades at Riverside Park

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP), city and state leaders, and community partners gathered to unveil renovations Riverside Park in South Baltimore.

 

Mayor Scott Calls on Neighborhood Associations to Register National Night Out Events

Mayor Brandon M. Scott encouraged neighborhood associations across Baltimore to register their events for Baltimore's annual National Night Out (NNO) celebrations held on Tuesday, August 6, 2024.

 

City Celebrates Beginning of Pool Season With Annual Big Splash

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, City officials, and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP) kicked off pool season with its annual Big Splash event at Cherry Hill Splash Park. There is no cost to swim at City pools, but residents must have a Civic Rec account.

 

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Mayor Brandon M. Scott

Brandon M. Scott is the 52nd Mayor of Baltimore City, and the youngest person elected to the position in over a century. Mayor Scott is committed to ending gun violence, restoring public trust in local government, and building a more equitable Baltimore for families to thrive.

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