Recent News

Finalists in Mayor's Teen Biz Challenge to Compete for Investment in Final Pitch Competition

BALTIMORE, MD.  —  Eleven Baltimore City young people (between the ages of 14 and 21) will compete in a final pitch to a panel of community business leaders and judges as part of t

City of Baltimore Brings Suit Against Charm City Circulator Operator

Baltimore City has filed suit against Transdev North America, Inc., and Transdev Services, Inc.

Mayor Pugh's Statement on the Departure of Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen

I am grateful to Dr. Leana Wen for her many contributions to improving the health and well-being of all Baltimoreans as Health Commissioner since 2015.  We have made significant progress in addressing issues of health disparity across our City, and in developing innovative approaches for prevention and treatment.  Dr. Wen has achieved national leadership on a broad range of public health issues, which has also led to national recognition for the Baltimore Health Department as among the most impactful in improving health outcomes for citizens of all ages. 

Mayor Pugh Announces 2nd Annual WorkBaltimore Convention

BALTIMORE, MD.  —  STEP INTO YOUR FUTURE. Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announces the City’s second annual WorkBaltimore: Empowerment to Employment Convention!

Mayor Pugh Reaches Agreement to Increase the City's Affordable Housing Trust Fund

BALTIMORE, MD.  —  Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and Baltimore City Council leaders, including President Bernard C.

Mayor Pugh and Department of Housing & Community Development Petition Partners for Neighborhood Development

Mayor Catherine Pugh announced today the release of multiple Requests for Proposals (RFPs) seeking housing and mixed-use development plans for four sites in Baltimore neighborhoods. The development opportunities build off of the growing strengths and existing assets in the Coldstream Homestead Montebello, Park Heights and Historic Upton neighborhoods.

Mayor Pugh and Office of Employment Development Unveil New Mobile Workforce Center

A new “mobile workforce resource” was unveiled today by Mayor Catherine E. Pugh that will serve as a career center on wheels for residents in need of job assistance and employment resources. Joined by Director of the Office of Employment Development Jason Perkins-Cohen, and the Chair of the Baltimore Workforce Development Board, Yariela Kerr-Donovan, Mayor Pugh highlighted the benefits of this mobile job resource vehicle in providing vital employment resources directly to citizens most in need and where they live.

Parking Amnesty Available February 1st and 2nd, 2018

On February 1 and 2, 2018, the City will offer a 2-day Parking Amnesty from the payment of penalties associated with unpaid parking citations.

Mayor Pugh's Call to Action

Mayor Pugh's Call to Action invites everyday people to be a part of the solution in reducing violence and strengthening communities in Baltimore City.  The Call to Action prioritizes public safety and unites City residents, businesses, organization and agencies through community-based programming, including a work group that meets bi-weekly, listening tours, and community resource fairs.

Información acerca del Nuevo sistema de pago de Agua en la Ciudad de Baltimore

Sabía usted que el Departamento de Obras Publicas esta cambiado el proceso de pago de servicios de Agua. El nuevo sistema le brindara información clara acerca del uso de agua, el monto de su factura y mucho más. 

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