Recent News

Mayor Scott Designates Robert C. Marshall Rec Center as Emergency Homeless Shelter During Tropical Storm Ophelia

Following a briefing at the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) earlier today, Mayor Scott designated the Robert C. Marshall Recreation Center located at 1201 Pennsylvania Ave as an emergency shelter.


Mayor Scott Statement on President Biden's Newly-Formed White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention

Mayor Brandon M. Scott joined elected officials, advocates, gun violence survivors, and their families at the White House for the announcement of the creation of the first-ever White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention by President Joe Biden.


Mayor Scott Statement on Public Safety Leadership Confirmation Hearings

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released the following statement on tonight's City Council confirmation hearings held for Acting Police Commissioner Richard Worley and Acting Fire Chief James Wallace.


Mayor Scott, Officials Rename Street in Honor of Legendary Actor and Baltimore Native Andre De Shields

Ahead of the City's Artscape weekend, Mayor Brandon M. Scott unveiled Andre De Shields Way, to honor the renowned artist for his legacy and the lasting impact he's made in Baltimore's cultural heritage and within the community.


Mayor Scott Announces Annual Fall Cleanup and Day of Service

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Interim Director Richard J. Luna encouraged residents to volunteer for the Mayor's Annual Fall Cleanup and Day of Service, which will take place on Saturday, October 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Mayor Scott Announces $6.25 Million Investment in Baltimore's Arts Community, Including $4.5 Million

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced additional investments in the arts made possible with American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for a combined total of $6.25 million focused on supporting arts and cultural institutions led by diverse artists and groups.


Mayor Scott Issues Executive Order Establishing Arts & Culture Advisory Committee

during Arts and Culture Week, Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued an executive order to establish the Mayor's Arts & Culture Advisory Committee.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Department of Transportation Debut Online Special Event Permit Applications and Payment Options

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) Director Corren Johnson announced the launch of new online special event permit applications.


Mayor Scott Introduces Redistricting Plan to City Council

Mayor Brandon M. Scott will introduce his redistricting plan proposal at the City Council Meeting.


Mayor Scott Declares Arts & Culture Week,' Aims to Inspire Artistry, Foster Creativity, Promote Diversity

Mayor Brandon M. Scott declares this week of September 18 Arts and Culture Week' in Baltimore.