Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods

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The Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods (MON) is the mayor's community outreach office. MON staff members are dedicated exclusively to working with constituents and community groups to ensure that their needs and concerns are addressed. The office also works on behalf of the mayor to ensure that Baltimore City's government remains available and accessible to the people it serves.

Throughout the year, the Office of Neighborhoods facilitates a series of public forums on behalf of the mayor and various city agencies to discuss city services and explain new policies and initiatives. These meetings are an opportunity for residents to meet with the mayor and city officials to discuss concerns specific to their neighborhood.


Recent News

Residents Urged to Participate in 2014 Citizens Survey

The 2014 Citizens Survey is a city-wide initiative to allow residents to rate the quality of life in the city and their approval with City government.

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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Town Hall Forums Focused on Amended Curfew, Youth Connection Centers

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Batts invite feedback from neighborhood and community members

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