Press Releases

Mayor-Elect Brandon M. Scott Names City Administrator, Chief of Staff

On the eve of his inauguration, Baltimore Mayor-Elect Brandon M. Scott is announcing two people who will serve in top posts in the Mayor’s Office: Christopher J. Shorter, who will be nominated for the role of City Administrator, and Michael Huber, who will be Chief of Staff. 

Mayor Young Makes Appointment to School Board

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young this morning welcomed Shantell Roberts to the Baltimore Board of School Commissioners. 

Mayor Young's Statement on Senator Ferguson Being Selected as Senate President

BALTIMORE, MD.  — "I am extremely proud that Senator Bill Ferguson was unanimously chosen by his democratic colleagues to serve as Maryland’s next Senate President.

Baltimore City releases an update on the progress of the nonprofit managing the Children and Youth Fund

BALTIMORE, MD - The City of Baltimore releases an update on the establishment of the Baltimore Children and Youth Fund.

Mayor Young Calls for Comprehensive Audit of Water Billing System

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Today, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young ordered an audit of the city’s water billing system.

Mayor Young's Statement on the Gun Trace Task Force Investigation

BALTIMORE, MD.  —“I applaud Commissioner Michael Harrison’s call for an external and independent investigation into the Gun Trace Task Force.

Director Chow Announces Retirement from the Department of Public Works

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., Director of the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) since 2014, has announced he will retire from the City effective Feb.

Mayor Young's Statement on the passing of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings

BALTIMORE, MD.  — With the passing of U.S. Rep.

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