Office of the Mayor

The Rockefeller Foundation Names Baltimore as Part of The Rockefeller Foundation Opportunity Collective (ROC)

As part of its ongoing effort to expand equity and economic opportunity for low-wage families and communities of color across the country, The Rockefeller Foundation announced Baltimore, Maryland as part of The Rockefeller Opportunity Collective (ROC), raising their commitment from 10 locations to 12 locations and $12 million.

Mayor, Council President and Councilman Costello join together to support Baltimore restaurants

As restaurants rely on takeout dining to sustain their businesses through the surging pandemic, Councilman Eric Costello joins Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Council President Nick. J.

Mayor Brandon M. Scott Names Additional Members of Executive Team

Mayor Brandon M. Scott is announcing the additional members of his executive team who will serve in important posts in his administration.

Mayor Scott Names Deputy CAO & Deputy Mayor for Public Safety

Mayor Brandon M. Scott is announcing another round of top Mayor’s Office officials who will serve in important posts in his administration.

Mayor Scott, Health Commissioner Dzirasa Announce New Winter Testing Strategy

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa announced that the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) is shifting to winter sites for COVID-19 testing.

Mayor Brandon M. Scott Releases Statement on Violent Day in Baltimore

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released a statement regarding violence over the past day in Baltimore City.

Mayor Brandon M. Scott Names Government Relations Director

Mayor Brandon M. Scott is announcing another top position in his administration this morning: the selection of Natasha Mehu to serve as Director of the Mayor’s Office of Government Relations.

Mayor Scott Announces New COVID-19 Restrictions

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Health Commissioner Letitia Dzirasa announced new COVID-19 restrictions for Baltimore City that will go into effect at 5 p.m. on Friday, December 11, 2020. 

Mayor Brandon M. Scott Becomes 52nd Mayor of Baltimore

At a small ceremony in the Rotunda of City Hall on Tuesday afternoon, Brandon M. Scott took the oath of office and was officially sworn in as the 52nd Mayor of Baltimore. 

Mayor-Elect Brandon M. Scott Names City Administrator, Chief of Staff

On the eve of his inauguration, Baltimore Mayor-Elect Brandon M. Scott is announcing two people who will serve in top posts in the Mayor’s Office: Christopher J. Shorter, who will be nominated for the role of City Administrator, and Michael Huber, who will be Chief of Staff. 

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