A Message from
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh

Baltimore, I want you to know how much I truly enjoy being your mayor! In just a couple short months we have accomplished a great deal. With your help and participation, I can see and feel this City moving forward.

My Cabinet and I go on regular bus tours throughout the City so they can see what I see and fix problems right away. We are setting a new tone and establishing a healthy working relationship between citizens and police officers so that we take control of what happens in our neighborhoods. We are aggressively pursuing job creation and the kind of economic development that will bring prosperity to the whole City and not just a few isolated enclaves.

So please stay engaged and let me know what you think. I care about how you see this City and want to see every neighborhood thrive. With your support and input, I know we will create a better Baltimore!

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

January 11, 2018 | Mayor Pugh driving her sense of urgency in the community, thanking those that are at the table and getting things done, now!

BTS Look at City Schools Intervention

A behind the scenes look at Mayor Catherine Pugh's intervention to get Baltimore City Public Schools back up and running.

Martin Luther King Day Parade and Day of Service - 2018

January 15, 2017 | Day of Service and Parade. For more information visit mlkday.baltimorecity.gov

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh's Year-End, Year-Ahead Message

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh reflects on 2017 and shares expectations for moving Baltimore forward in the new year.

Recap of Tonight's Vigil at War Memorial

I am thankful for everyone who was in attendance for tonight’s Vigil. I’m encouraged and believe many of the families in attendance are encouraged as well. I am looking forward to a continuing efforts to make Baltimore safer for all residents in 2018



Baltimore Day in Annapolis

House Office Building
6:00pm to 8:00pm