Recent News

Mayor Scott Announces Series of Information Sessions to Engage Public in Fiscal Year 2024 Budget Process

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Bureau of the Budget and Management Research (BBMR) Director Laura Larsen announced a series of information sessions designed to directly engage the public in the Fiscal Year 2024 budget process.


City of Baltimore Files a First of its Kind Lawsuit Against Tobacco Companies for Cigarette Filter Waste

The City of Baltimore and Mayor Brandon Scott announced the joint filing of a lawsuit to hold cigarette manufacturers accountable for cleanup costs associated with tobacco product litter.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott Announces Changes in Leadership within City's Law Department

The Scott Administration announced the planned retirement of City Solicitor Jim Shea, Esq.


Mayor Releases Squeegee Collaborative Working Action Plan

After more than three months of thoughtful discussions with a cross-section of business, community and government figures, as well as youth and young adults with lived experiences, the final working action plan developed by Mayor Brandon M. Scott's Squeegee Collaborative, was released this afternoon during a press conference held at Under Armour House at Fayette in Downtown Baltimore.


Mayor Scott's Statement on General Election Results

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released a statement in response to the 2022 General Election results.


Mayor Brandon Scott Announces New Chief of Staff

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced Chezia Cager as his new Chief of Staff.


Mayor Scott's Statement on Shooting of 13-year-old Girl

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released a statement in response to the shooting of a 13-year-old girl in Southeast Baltimore, which occurred earlier this afternoon.


Baltimore Files Lawsuit to Combat PFAS Chemicals

The City of Baltimore today announced the filing of a lawsuit against over 20 manufacturers of aqueous film-forming foams (AFFF) and certain "forever chemicals" used in those products.


Mayor Scott Announces Funding Commitment to Address Childhood Trauma and Reduce Youth Fatalities

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced a new partnership with LifeBridge Health's Center for Hope to help implement recommendations made through the City's Child Fatality Review Report.