Press Releases

Mayor Pugh Announces New Chief of Staff

BALTIMORE, MD.  —  Mayor Catherine E. Pugh has announced Bruce H. Williams as her new Chief of Staff, effective January 1, 2019.

Mayor Pugh Announces Baltimore's YH20 Water Mentoring Program now Accepting Applications

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announces that recruitment is underway for the next class of YH20 Water Mentoring Program participants.  Applications will be accepted Jan. 2 through Feb.

Board of Estimates Approves $51.7 Million Loan to Neighborhood Impact Investment Fund

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Today, the Baltimore City Board of Estimates approved a $51.7 million loan to the Neighborhood Impact Investment Fund (NIIF), a new public-private nonprofit partnership designed t

Baltimore City Board of Estimates Considers Draft Procurement Regulations and Invites Public Comment

BALTIMORE, MD.  — The Baltimore City Board of Estimates is asked to consider regulations on procurement and authorize a public comment period.

City of Baltimore Sues Trump Administration for Executing Unlawful, Anti-Immigrant 'Public Charge' Policy Behind Closed Doors

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Today the City of Baltimore filed suit against the Trump Administration for unlawfully and secretly changing the State Department’s definition of “public charge,” a provisio

Mayor Pugh Announces Choice for Next Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Today, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announced her selection of Joel Fitzgerald, Sr. to become the next Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department.

Mayor Pugh Makes Baltimore Largest City in the Nation to Recognize LGBTQ Suppliers

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Mayor Catherine E.

Mayor Catherine Pugh Announces that Baltimore City is Prepared for Winter Weather

BALTIMORE, MD (November 07, 2018) – Today, Mayor Catherine E.

Mayor Pugh Proclaims October 15, 2018 as "Fanny Jackson Coppin Day" in Baltimore

BALTIMORE, MD.  —  In recognition of the indelible contributions of Fanny Jackson Coppin to advancing education for African Americans, and the legacy of Coppin State University as

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