Recent News

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces New Appointments to the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners

Appointments reflect Mayor’s continued commitment to expanding educational excellence and improving City schools for all students.


Mayor’s Office of Human Services Creates Emergency Food Working Group

Goal is to create a food plan to prepare for future disasters or emergencies.

Baltimore City wants businesses to sponsor road cleaning

Baltimore Business Journal 


El Número de Emergencia 911 de la Ciudad de Baltimore.

El servicio 911 es vital para las seguridades de usted, su familia, sus vecinos y transeúntes. A pesar de su importancia, existen todavía personas que se reúsan a llamar al numero de emergencia. 

Small, Minority and Women-Owned Businesses

Small, minority and women-owned businesses are the backbone of Baltimore’s growing economy. This is why my administration makes it a priority ensure that all businesses have equal opportunities to compete and succeed.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Presents Inaugural Mayor's Minority and Women-Owned Business Awards

Awards honor minority and women-owned businesses and efforts to assist their growth 
in Baltimore City.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces $109,000 in Grant Funding Awarded to Baltimore City Anchor Plan to Support Four Projects

City to receive Award of Excellence in Collaboration for its community and economic development strategy focused on Baltimore City neighborhoods.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake, Health Commissioner Wen Announce New Federal Grants to Support Violence Prevention Efforts

$1.5 million in funding from U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to increase support for male violence survivors, support Safe Streets expansion.