Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced a series of updates to the City's summer engagement strategy including: expanded summer hours at ten recreation centers located across the city and the consolidation of the Youth Connection Centers that have played a central role in youth curfew engagement.
Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Councilman Kristerfer Burnett, LGBTQ Affairs Director Londyn Smith de Richelieu and City Officials came together at the city's annual PRIDE parade for a bill signing that expands protections for Baltimore's LGBTQIA+ community.
Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Baltimore City Recreation and Parks Executive Director Reginald Moore, and Downtown Partnership of Baltimore President Shelonda Stokes announced that singer/songwriter and musician H.E.R. will headline the City's Charm City Live music festival this year.
Mayor Brandon M. Scott joined Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP), Parks & People, South Baltimore Gateway Partnership, and City and State leaders to cut the ribbon on a revamped playground at Solo Gibbs Park.