Recent News

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. 

City of Baltimore Reaches Agreement with Justice Department to Continue Police Reform

Today, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announced that  City of Baltimore reached an agreement with the Justice Department to continue police reform.

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh Announces Priorities for 2017 Maryland General Assembly in 11-Point Legislative Agenda

Today, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh released her agenda for the 2017 legislative session as the Maryland General Assembly convened for opening day in Annapolis. Mayor Pugh’s priorities are consistent with her Five Pillars for Moving Baltimore Forward, emphasizing reforms in education; public safety and health; and economic and community development.

Investing in a Safer, Strong Baltimore: A Model for the President's Approach to Working with Cities

In the spring of 2015, the White House established a special Taskforce for Baltimore City. The Taskforce was charged with marshalling Federal funds, programs, and expertise to address some of the city’s social and economic challenges, like violent crime, high levels of unemployment and limited economic opportunity in low-income neighborhoods. 

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and Governor Larry Hogan Announces Project C.O.R.E. Awardees in Baltimore City

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and Governor Larry Hogan today announced awardees for demolition funds through Project C.O.R.E., or Creating Opportunities for Renewal and Enterprise, a multi-year city-state partnership to demolish vacant and derelict buildings in Baltimore and replace them with green space or create the foundation for redevelopment in Baltimore City. 

Mima en Español: Programas de Incentivos para la compra de casa en la Ciudad de Baltimore

Una de las metas de la alcaldesa ha sido apoyar y crear programas de incentivos o becas para personas que quieran comprarse una casa en la Ciudad de Baltimore. Esta iniciativa es parte de su meta de crecer la ciudad y de proveer la oportunidad de cumplir el sueño americano de comprarse una casa.

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