Recent News

Mayor Scott Announces Baltimore City “Let's Ride to Work” Transportation Program

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced the launch of Baltimore City’s innovative transportation program, “Let’s Ride to Work.”


Federal Grant Expands Support for Children of Incarcerated Parents in Baltimore City

ayor Brandon M. Scott announced a new program designed to support Baltimore City minor children of parents who are currently or recently incarcerated thanks to a multi-agency and community-based organization partnership and a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.


Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott's 2022 State of the City Address

Mayor Brandon M. Scott delivered the 2022 State of the City Address on Tuesday, April 5th 2022. The roughly 45-minute long address highlighted the administration’s accomplishments and plans to continue the Mayor’s commitment to shape a safer, more resilient, equitable, and accountable Baltimore that better meets the needs of its residents.


Mayor Scott Launches Search to Fill Two New School Board Openings

Mayor Brandon M. Scott launched the search to fill two vacancies on the Board of School Commissioners created by the departures of outgoing Board Chair Linda Chinnia and Commissioner Michelle Harris Bondima, both have served the City of Baltimore for more than five years. 


Mayor Scott's Statement on Back River and Patapsco Wastewater Treatment Plants

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released the following statement in response to action taken by the Maryland Department of the Environment.


Mayor Scott’s Call to Action for 2022 YouthWorks

Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued a “call-to-action” to encourage area employers to participate in the City’s summer jobs program, YouthWorks.


Mayor Scott Announces Additional $4 Million to Support Baltimore Nonprofits with COVID-19 Impact

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore Civic Fund President HyeSook Chung, announced an additional $4 million in economic recovery funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) for nonprofit organizations located in Baltimore City.


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.