Recent News

Mayor Scott Launches Application Portal for Women’s Commission

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that the City of Baltimore will be accepting applications for the Baltimore City Commission for Women. 


Scott Administration Increases Prevailing Wage

Mayor Scott and members of the Board of Estimates (BOE) approved an increase in the city’s prevailing wage for workers in the construction trades.


Mayor, Police Commissioner, Announce Transition to New Crime Reporting System

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael S. Harrison announced a change in the way the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) collects and reports crime data.


Mayor Scott Announces Spring Cleanup and Day of Service

Spring is near! Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Jason W. Mitchell encourage residents to organize now and join together to clean and beautify their neighborhoods for the Mayor’s Spring Cleanup on Saturday, April 30, 2022.


Mayor Scott to provide $4.9 Million in ARPA Funds to Support Lexington Market’s Merchants

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Baltimore Public Markets Corporation announced the allocation of $4.9 million of Baltimore City’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to complete the redevelopment of Lexington Market for the 45+ diverse merchants who will call the new market home.


City’s Review of Vacant Properties Complete, Mayor Announces $100 Million ARPA Commitment Towards Housing Equity

Scott Administration Directs Funds to Protect Residents, Prevent Blight, Create Affordable Housing Initiatives, and Implement Vacancy

Mayor Scott Announces Reopening of City Hall

BALTIMORE, MD. (Thursday, March 10, 2022) — Today, Mayor Brandon

Mayor Rescinds City Masking Order Effective March 1st Based on Declining Hospitalizations and Decreasing Positive Cases

Beginning Tuesday, March 1, Baltimore City Mayor Brandon M. Scott will be lifting the City Indoor Masking Order instituted on August 10, 2021.


Mayor Brandon Scott Announces $120 Million Vision for Recreation and Parks in Baltimore

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, alongside City Administrator Christopher Shorter, Director of Baltimore City Recreation and Parks (BCRP) Reginald Moore, Chief Recovery Officer of the Mayor’s Office of Recovery Programs Shamiah Kerney, Councilman James Torrence, CEO and President of the Parks & People Foundation Dr. Franklin Lance, Laurie Schwartz Executive Director of the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Executive Director of the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership Brad Rogers, KABOOM! CEO Lysa Ratliff, and Vice President of Community Relations for the Baltimore Ravens Heather Darney, President of the Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello Neighborhood Association Mark Washington, and President of the South Baltimore Community Land Trust Meleny Thomas, announced a new era of recreation and park improvements throughout Baltimore City.



Reimagine Middle Branch Unveils Vision for the Future of South Baltimore Communities and 11+ Miles of Shoreline

The vision for the future of Baltimore’s Middle Branch of the Patapsco River will be unveiled at a virtual public meeting on February 24th.