Recent News

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, Department of Transportation Announce Harbor Connector Will Resume Services

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) announced that beginning on Monday, June 15, the Harbor Connector services will resume.

Mayor Young Announces Extension of Grocery Access Pilot Program in West and South Baltimore Through August

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced that the Grocery Access Pilot Program in West and South Baltimore, which provides low-fare rides to participating grocery stores in these neighborhoods, has been extended to August 31, 2020.

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young Signs Executive Order for Phase I Reopening

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young signed an executive order officially moving Baltimore City into Phase I of its reopening plan, including removing Stay At Home restrictions on residents while encouraging older and more vulnerable residents to remain home as much as possible.

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, emocha Partner to Implement Return-to-Work Solution for City Employees

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced a new partnership with emocha to allow City employees to self-screen for symptoms of COVID-19 as they return to their worksites.

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, Baltimore City Recreation and Parks Launch BMORE Summer Fun as a Camp Baltimore Alternative

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and Baltimore City Recreation and Parks’ (BCRP) Executive Director, Reginald Moore, announced BMORE Summer Fun, a free, outdoor summer camp alternative for Baltimore youth ages five to 12.

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young Announces Baltimore City Will Enter Phase 1 of Reopening Beginning Monday, June 8

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced Baltimore City would begin its phased reopening of services and businesses beginning on Monday, June 8, based on positive trends in COVID-19 health data.

New ‘Baltimore Health Corps’ to Hire and Train Hundreds of Jobless Residents to Serve Neighborhoods Hardest-Hit by COVID-19

Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young, the Baltimore City Health Department, the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, and The Rockefeller Foundation announced the launch of a groundbreaking pilot program – the Baltimore Health Corps –designed to address the city’s interconnected economic and public health crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mayor Young, Dr. Dzirasa and Commissioner Harrison Update Public on Protests and COVID-19

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young was joined by Baltimore City Health Commissioner Letitia Dzirasa and Commissioner Michael S. Harrison to brief the public on the protests and the status of COVID-19 in Baltimore City. Mayor Young issued the following statement.

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, Baltimore City Recreation & Parks Reopen City Tennis Courts and Disk Golf Courses

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced the reopening of Baltimore City-owned tennis and disk golf courts.

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young Announces Donation of 50,000 Masks from Baltimore’s Sister City

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young welcomes the shipment of 50,000 surgical masks donated by Baltimore’s “Sister City” of Xiamen, China, to assist in the City’s COVID-19 coordinated response planning.