Recent News

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Free Visual and Performing Arts Events for Free Fall Baltimore

Free Fall Baltimore runs from October 1-October 31, 2011.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Celebrates Progress for Howard Park

New full-service grocery store will bring over 250 jobs to Northwest Baltimore.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces New Mobile App for 311

Citizens can send pictures of potholes, graffiti, or trash from smartphone.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Details Efforts to Recover from Hurricane Irene

This morning, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake updated residents on the impact of Hurricane Irene on Baltimore, and the city’s plans to recover.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announced New Initiative to Distribute Smoke Alarms to Baltimore Residents

Federal funding provides thousands of smoke alarms, residents can call 311 to request alarm.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Expansion of PNC Neighborhood Grant Program

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, and PNC Bank joined members of the Brooklyn Homes Tenant Council for the ribbon cutting and dedication of a

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Expansion of the City Crime Camera Program

New cameras on Pennsylvania Avenue add to recent crime camera expansion.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake to Propose Property Tax Relief Plan for City Homeowners

New Tax Credit Program will provide 20 cent property tax cut by 2020 for owner-occupied residential properties.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Joins Community to Celebrate the Groundbreaking for Community Center

Center named after former councilwoman and community leader Rita R. Church.