Recent News

Mayor Rawlings-Blake provides update on Storm Response & Recovery Efforts

Code Red Heat Alert remains in effect with City Cooling Centers opening, City Pools operating on Code Red extended schedule.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Celebrates Baltimore’s Sixth Annual Top Neighborhood Dads Luncheon

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake hosted the 6th Annual Baltimore’s Top Neighborhood Dads luncheon at the Vollmer Center in Baltimore’s Cylburn Arboretum.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Office of Promotion and the Arts Announce Highlights of 31st Annual Artscape

Art festival draws over 300,000 visitors to Baltimore every year.

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts announced the return of the 31s

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Celebrates Baltimore’s Top Neighborhood Moms

The sixth annual luncheon recognizes outstanding women in communities across Baltimore.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Congressman Sarbanes Announce Extension of Charm City Circulator Service to Fort McHenry

Banner Route will provide easy and efficient service to historic landmark for Bicentennial celebrations.


Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Councilman Scott Announce Partnership with Baltimore Orioles

Beginning this year, the Baltimore City Public Schools Baseball Championship will be held at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Councilman Brandon M.

City Council Committee Approves Mayor’s Property Tax Plan Legislation

New tax credit program will provide 20 cent property tax cut by 2020 for homeowners without slashing funding for crime reduction and public education.

Today, a City Council Committee appro

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Business Leaders Join Forces to Encourage Employers to “Hire One Youth” this Summer

Local businesses are asked to commit to interview and hire youth and young adults who register through Baltimore City’s YouthWorks program.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces 2012 MECU Neighborhood Event Grants Program

Non-profit groups can receive up to $1,000 for community events.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Other City Officials Celebrate Ainsworth Paint Demolition with Community

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young, Baltimore City Councilman Warren Branch, Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) President M.J.