Recent News

Mayor Scott Issues Executive Order Establishing Arts & Culture Advisory Committee

during Arts and Culture Week, Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued an executive order to establish the Mayor's Arts & Culture Advisory Committee.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Department of Transportation Debut Online Special Event Permit Applications and Payment Options

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) Director Corren Johnson announced the launch of new online special event permit applications.


Mayor Scott Introduces Redistricting Plan to City Council

Mayor Brandon M. Scott will introduce his redistricting plan proposal at the City Council Meeting.


Mayor Scott Declares Arts & Culture Week,' Aims to Inspire Artistry, Foster Creativity, Promote Diversity

Mayor Brandon M. Scott declares this week of September 18 Arts and Culture Week' in Baltimore.


Mayor Scott Brainstorms with Public, Private Leaders in Preparation for 10-Year Financial Plan

Over the past two days, Mayor Brandon Scott held a brainstorming session with over 40 leaders, representing Baltimore's public and private sectors.


Mayor Scott Welcomes 2023 Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) Program for First In-Person Session Since 2019

Mayor Brandon M. Scott joined the Mayor's Office of Small and Minority Business Advocacy & Development (SMBA&D) and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) to welcome them during the opening seminar of the Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) Baltimore cohort.


Mayor Scott Invests Nearly $1 Million to Close Digital Divide With Grant Awards to Baltimore-Based Organizations

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, through Baltimore City Information & Technology's (BCIT) Office of Broadband and Digital Equity (BDE), announced the Digital Equity Fund has awarded over $900,000 to 22 inaugural grantees.


Mayor Scott Announces Enhancements to the Baltimore City Employee Homeownership Program

Mayor Brandon M. Scott unveiled enhancements to the Baltimore City Employee Homeownership program, in an effort to highlight the city's middle neighborhoods strategy and empower its dedicated city workforce.


Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force Announces Series of Public Meetings

The Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force today announced a series of public meetings where officials will discuss efforts to address the region's pressing water-related challenges and foster sustainable solutions to help ensure residents efficiently, equitably, and sustainably receive high-quality water and sewerage services.


Baltimore City Announces $30 Million Housing Accelerator Fund

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, along with Housing Commissioner Alice Kennedy, Mayor's Office of Homeless Services Director Irene Agustin, and Chief Recovery Officer Shamiah Kerney, announced the latest affirmative step Baltimore City is taking to combine affordable housing, health care, and supportive services to help individuals and families who are homeless, may have been formerly homeless, or otherwise unable to maintain housing stability.