Press Releases

TODAY 1:30PM - Mayor Brandon M. Scott to Swear In Baltimore City Solicitor

On March 10, 2021 at 1:30 PM Mayor Brandon M. Scott will officially appoint Jim Shea to the role of City Solicitor.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott’s Statement on Governor’s Announcement

Mayor Brandon M. Scott released a statement on the Governor's announcement.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott Launches My Digital Data Locker to Help Vulnerable Residents Maintain Vital Documents

To better meet the needs of Baltimore’s most vulnerable residents, Mayor Brandon M. Scott has announced that the Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (MOHS) and Baltimore’s Continuum of Care (CoC) have launched My Digital Data Locker Baltimore – a web-based tool that gives people experiencing homelessness a secure place to manage digital copies of vital documents needed to obtain housing services.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott Takes First Step in Reforming Baltimore’s Procurement Process with Focus on Equity

In his latest effort to modernize Baltimore City government and improve equitable outcomes, Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced plans for a full reform of the procurement system.


Mayor Scott Announces Baltimore City COVID-19 Vaccination Distribution Plan for Upcoming Week

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore City Health Commissioner Letitia Dzirasa announced the Baltimore City vaccination distribution plan for the upcoming week.


Mayor, BPD Partner with Everytown to Develop Gun Safety on Innovative Gun Trafficking Tool

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Commissioner Michael Harrison announced a partnership with Everytown for Gun Safety for a first-of-its-kind data intelligence tool to identify illegal firearms, solve crimes, and combat gun trafficking.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott Issues Statement on Recent Violence

Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued a statement on recent violence in Baltimore.


Mayor Brandon M. Scott To Appoint Proven Leader Ted Carter to Serve as Deputy Mayor for Community and Economic Development

Mayor Brandon M. Scott is announcing the appointment of Ted Carter to serve as Deputy Mayor for Community and Economic Development in his administration.


Baltimore Children’s Cabinet Releases 2021 Action Plan, Cites Key Actions to Improve Outcomes for Baltimore’s Children and Youth

The Baltimore Children’s Cabinet today released its 2021 Action Plan, a stark picture of the unacceptable odds Baltimore’s children face, and a set of concrete actions the Children’s Cabinet will lead to improve outcomes for Baltimore’s nearly 200,000 young residents between the ages of 0 and 24.


Mayor Scott’s Statement on Governor’s Comments at M&T Mass Vaccination Site

Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued a statement on the Governor's remarks outside of the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site in Baltimore, in which he said that Baltimore City has gotten "far more [vaccine allocation] than they are really entitled to".