Recent News

Mayor Scott Announces Additional Funding for Baltimore Organizations Providing Abortion Care

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that the City of Baltimore, in partnership with the Baltimore Civic Fund, will invest an additional round of grant funding toward nonprofit organizations providing abortion and abortion care services.


Baltimore Recognized as Innovative Leader Among Cities Implementing ARPA Funds

Results for America and Mathematica released an updated dashboard examining how state and local government leaders use data and evidence to invest their American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for better results.


Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and State of Maryland Leaders Announce Regional Water Governance Task Force Members

A new era of collaborative water management begins as state and local officials name members appointed to the Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force.


Mayor Scott Presents National Basketball Champion Angel Reese with A Key to the City

Mayor Brandon M. Scott proudly presented a Key to the City to Baltimore native, and LSU college basketball star, Angel Reese - recognizing her for her extraordinary achievements and profound impact on the community.


Mayor Scott Officially Nominates Richard Worley To Be Baltimore Police Commissioner

Mayor Brandon M. Scott submitted the official nomination of Richard Worley to serve as Baltimore’s next permanent Police Commissioner to the Baltimore City Council.


Mayor Scott Encourages Neighborhood Associations to Register National Night Out Events

Mayor Brandon M. Scott encouraged neighborhood associations across Baltimore to register their events for Baltimore’s annual National Night Out (NNO) celebrations held on Tuesday, August 1, 2023


Mayor Scott Unveils New Agency to Support Small and Minority Businesses, Appoints Director to Lead Efforts

Mayor Brandon M. Scott  announced the creation of a new agency that will consolidate the functions of the former Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women-Owned Business Development with the Minority and Women’s Business Opportunity Office.



'Voluntary Water Restriction' Issued for Baltimore-Area Residents, Businesses

Out of an abundance of caution, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW), in conjunction with county and state partners across the broader Baltimore Region, is issuing a ‘Voluntary Water Restriction,' urging residents and businesses throughout the regional service area to voluntarily reduce excessive water usage.


Mayor Scott, Rec & Parks Announce Additional Renovations at Ambrose Kennedy Pool Groundbreaking

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, City officials, and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP) held a groundbreaking event and announced plans to renovate East Baltimore's Ambrose Kennedy Pool at Henrietta Lacks Educational Park.


Mayor Scott and DHCD Announce Community Catalyst Grants Totaling $1.9 Million

On Friday, July 7, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) awarded $1.9 million in operating fund grants to 22 community organizations through the Community Catalyst Grants Program (CCG).