A Message from
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh

Dear Citizens of Baltimore and Friends –

Thank you for being engaged and coming to the official website of Baltimore City. As Mayor, I am committed to moving Baltimore forward by pursuing the priorities that promise an enhanced quality of life for all our citizens. Whether you live here or area a visitor, you know that our City - known for its irresistible charm - is one of America’s truly great cities. We rightly boast of the finest medical systems in the world; Ours is a college town with truly great institutions of higher learning - where students from nearly every nation on earth come to learn and mature, and where groundbreaking research is conducted and prized. Areas of our City that were less than desirable, are now thriving with new businesses, new restaurants and new residents. We enjoy real estate market value that is the envy of Washingtonians 40 miles from our Inner Harbor, who pay so much more for so much less. Our major league teams, internationally-renowned symphony orchestra, celebrated museums and acclaimed performance theaters draw tens of thousands of tourists and residents from neighboring counties, filling our restaurants and hotels and contributing to economic growth. This is our Baltimore - the City we know and love – a city we have every reason to celebrate.

As Mayor, I pledge our constant efforts to ensuring that our Administration is transparent and responsive to your concerns. With your engagement and support, I have every confidence that we will realize Baltimore’s full potential. Thank you for all that you do to make a positive difference where you live, work, pray and recreate.


Hey #PrideBaltimore, let's kick off this week by sharing our #pridepromises! Check out some of these pride promises below and let us know what your pride promises are in the comments below! #lgbtqbaltimore #bmorepride #baltimorepridemonth#baltimorepride2018

PridePromises Pt 2

#Baltimorepride2018 so proud to share my #pridepromise with the #lgbtq community and shine a spotlight on pride promises.

Martin Luther King Day of Service & Parade

January 15, 2018 | The 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade! This was an incredible day filled with not only celebration but also service! I am so pleased with the response from Baltimore. I look forward to seeing more collaboration in the future!

It's what we do together, collaboratively

I was honored to be in attendance for the Iota Phi Theta Gamma Omicron Omega Chapter's 4th Annual Black Tie Gala and humbled to receive the Gamma Omicron Omega Founder's Award.

We want to be number one

January 12, 2018 | Infrastructure and the prospects for our youth.

Events

Jul
28

Community Resource Fair & Youth Summer Block Party

Collington Square
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Aug
4

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh's Back to School Rally

City Hall - War Memorial Plaza
11:00am to 3:00pm
Aug
11

AFRAM

Druid Hill Park
12:00pm to 8:00pm