Press Releases

Mayor Scott and Safe Streets Baltimore Kick Off 4th Annual Safe Summer

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement (MONSE) Director Stefanie Mavronis, Catholic Charities, and LifeBridge Health Center for Hope announced the start of Safe Streets Baltimore's 4th annual Safe Summer program at a kickoff event in Druid Hill Park.

 

Mayor Scott, Rec & Parks Kick Off Pool Season, Cut Ribbon on Reopened Patterson Park Swimming Pool

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP), Councilman Zeke Cohen (District 1), and other officials kicked off the summer months by celebrating the reopening of Patterson Park Pool in Southeast Baltimore.

 

Mayor Scott Outlines Details of 2024 Summer Youth Engagement Strategy

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced his administration's Bmore this Summer youth engagement strategy for 2024.

 

Mayor Scott, BCDOT Announce Start Date for Expanded Charm City Circulator Service in Cherry Hill Community

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Department of Transportation Director Corren Johnson announced expanded service improvements to the Charm City Circulator (CCC), the City of Baltimore's fare-free bus service providing transit in the downtown area and beyond, will be implemented on June 23, 2024.

 

Mayor Scott Releases "Downtown RISE 10-Year Vision"

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released Downtown RISE: A 10-Year Vision, a comprehensive long-term outlook for downtown that builds on Mayor Scott's Downtown RISE: Strategic Action Plan, launched last month.

 

Mayor Scott's Statement the Successful Refloating of the Dali

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released the following statement on the successful refloating of the Dali cargo ship.

 

City of Baltimore Announces Five Finalists in “Faces of Leadership - Mayor's Portraits Competition”

The City of Baltimore announced the selection of the five artists for the esteemed Faces of Leadership Mayor's Portraits Competition.

 

Mayor Scott Announces Grant Applications Now Open for Round Two of the Digital Equity Fund

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Office of Broadband and Digital Equity-a division of the Baltimore City Office of Information and Technology-announced $1.8 million in additional digital inclusion investments through the Digital Equity Fund.

 

Mayor Brandon Scott Announces Designation of Park Heights as City's Newest Baltimore Main Streets District

Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced the designation of Park Heights as the City's ninth Baltimore Main Street district.

 

Mayor Scott, Rec & Parks Announce Construction Plans for a Brand-New, ARPA-Funded Towanda Aquatic Center

Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP), and City and State officials announced plans to transform a Northwest Baltimore swimming pool at a groundbreaking ceremony.

 

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