Recent News

Baltimore City Under Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert

Baltimore City is currently under its first Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert of the season.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott Announces Nomination for New Baltimore Convention Center Executive Director

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced he is nominating Matthew "Mac" Campbell, CVP to serve as the executive director of the Baltimore Convention Center.


Baltimore's Continuum of Care Seeks Volunteers to Complete Two-Day HUD-Mandated Count of the City's Unsheltered Population

The Mayor's Office of Homeless Services (MOHS) - in conjunction with Baltimore's Continuum of Care (CoC) - announced that Baltimore City will conduct its Point-In-Time (PIT) count of people experiencing homelessness on Sunday, January 22 and Monday, January 23, 2023.


North Avenue Utility Work Nearing Completion

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) would like to advise the public that a portion of North Avenue will soon be reopening as repairs to an underground utility line are completed.


Mayor Scott Announces Expansion of Baltimore's Group Violence Reduction Strategy (GVRS)

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced the expansion of Baltimore's Group Violence Reduction Strategy (GVRS).


Mayor Scott's Statement on S. Stricker St. Fire Report

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released a statement in response to the Board of Inquiry (BOI) report released today in the wake of the fatal Jan. 24 fire in the 200 block of S. Stricker Street that claimed the lives of three Baltimore City Fire Department firefighters and seriously injured another.


Mayor Scott Makes Decision to Veto City Council Bill 22-0292

In response to the Baltimore City Council’s recent passage of Bill 22-0292, Mayor Brandon M. Scott has issued a letter to Council President Nick Mosby.


City of Baltimore Announces Approval of $537 Million Class Action Settlement with Monsanto for PCB Contamination

The City of Baltimore will receive a portion of the $537.5 million settlement reached with chemical maker Monsanto and two associated companies as the result of a nationwide class action lawsuit over PCB (polychlorinated biphenyls) contamination in municipal water systems.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Johns Hopkins VP Alicia Wilson Kick Off Small Business Saturday and Visit Local Businesses

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Alicia Wilson, Vice President of Economic Development and Community Partnerships with Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Health System, kicked off Small Business Saturday in Baltimore City by visiting fifteen local businesses during six different stops across the city.


Mayor Scott's Statement on Baltimore's 300th Homicide of 2022

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released the following statement in response Baltimore's 300th homicide of 2022.