Recent News

Baltimore Mayor's Office Statement on Cancellation of Today's Opioid Hearing

The Baltimore Mayor's Office released a statement regarding the cancellation of the City Council hearing on efforts to combat the opioid overdose crisis.


Mayor Scott Appoints New Members of the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced his appointments of Emily C. Ames-Messinger, Dr. Stefan L. Lallinger, and Ashiah S. Parker to the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners.


Statement on Anniversary of Brooklyn Homes Mass Shooting from Mayor Scott, MONSE, and the Entire Scott Administration

Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued a statement on behalf of the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement (MONSE) and the entire Scott Administration to commemorate the anniversary of last year's Brooklyn Homes mass shooting that took the lives of 18-year-old Aaliyah Gonzalez and 20-year-old Kylis Fagbemi and injured another 28 victims.


City of Baltimore Cuts Ribbon on Newly-Acquired Hotels Slated to Help Efforts to Address Homelessness

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, alongside federal, state, and city leaders and advocates, cut the ribbon on the City's two newly acquired properties: Holiday Inn Express and the Sleep Inn & Suites.


Mayor Scott, Baltimore Police Release Statements Condemning Recent Antisemitic Incidents

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley released the following statements condemning recent antisemitic incidents that occurred in Baltimore City.


Mayor Scott Signs Bill Codifying Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MIMA)

Mayor Brandon M. Scott was joined by members of the City Council, the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MIMA), advocates, and community members to sign City Council Bill 23-0438 into law which makes the existence and operations of MIMA permanent.


Mayor Scott Signs FY2025 Baltimore City Budget

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, alongside Council President Nick Mosby and members of the City Council, held a signing ceremony for the FY2025 Baltimore City Budget.


Extreme Heat at AFRAM Music Festival: Event Will Proceed, City Standing Up On-Site Cooling Stations, Other Precautions

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP), Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD), and the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) announced that the 2024 AFRAM Music Festival in Druid Hill Park will still be held in light of the extreme heat weather forecast.


Mayor Scott, Rec & Parks Announce Construction Plans for a Brand-New, ARPA-Funded Coldstream Aquatic Center

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP), and City and State officials announced plans to construct a brand-new Coldstream Aquatic Center at a groundbreaking ceremony in Northwest Baltimore.