Recent News

Mayor Scott Announces Updates to Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods, Office To Be Renamed Mayor's Office of Community Affairs (MOCA) to Better Reflect Broader Scope of Services

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced updates to the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods (MON), including an official name change to the Mayor's Office of Community Affairs (MOCA).


Mayor Scott, City Agencies Exceed 90-Day Sprint Goals, Announce Public Education Video Series

Mayor Brandon M. Scott launched the first of a series of videos on social media, highlighting city services prioritized during his most recent #BuildBetterBMore 90-Day City Services Sprint.


OEM STORM UPDATE: New Sandbag Distribution Location, City Urges Residents to Continue Taking Precautionary Measures

The City of Baltimore is continuing it's response to the ongoing storm situation and cautions residents to continue taking appropriate precautionary measures.


City of Baltimore Holds Annual Vigil of Remembrance

Mayor Brandon M. Scott was joined by City officials, elected leaders, residents, community partners, and members of the faith-based community for the City of Baltimore's Annual Vigil of Remembrance.


Mayor Scott Releases 2024 Legislative Priorities

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released his 2024 Legislative Priorities ahead of next year's General Assembly, which will convene on January 10, 2024.


Mayor Scott, BCRP Announce Construction Plans for a Brand-New Walter P. Carter Pool

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, City officials, and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP) announced plans to build a brand-new Walter P. Carter aquatics facility.


Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Everytown Law Announce Lawsuit Against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to Obtain Critical Crime Gun Data

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, alongside Everytown Law and the law firm Kramer Levin, announced the filing of a federal lawsuit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to obtain data about the sources of crime guns recovered in the City.


Mayor Scott Introduces FreeBmoreWiFi, Baltimore's Free Public Wi-Fi Network

Mayor Brandon M. Scott introduced FreeBmoreWiFi - Baltimore City's free public Wi-Fi network.


Mayor Scott Announces 2024 Artscape, AFRAM, and Charm City Live Festival Dates

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, alongside the Mayor's Office of Art & Culture, Baltimore City Recreation and Parks, Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts (BOPA), and standing with institutional partners like The Lyric Foundation, Inc., Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Maryland Institute College of Art, and the University of Baltimore announced the 2024 dates for the highly anticipated lineup for premiere free summer entertainment in Baltimore.


Mayor Scott Announces New Investment From Bloomberg Philanthropies To Expand City Innovation Team

Building on the City of Baltimore's commitment to driving local government innovation, Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that Bloomberg Philanthropies will provide Baltimore City with a new investment to expand its innovation team (i-team).