Recent News

Clean Corps launches

On August 2, Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced a new initiative to address dirty alleys, unmaintained vacant lots and public trash cans as part of his Clean Corps initiative.

NOTICE: Baltimore City Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP) Taking Public Comment on Proposed Updates to the Historic Preservation Design Guidelines

The Baltimore City Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation is taking public comment on proposed updates to the Historic Preservation Design Guidelines.

Storytelling Ambassadors engagement project launches!

The Storytelling Ambassadors will engage their neighbors, family and friends in conversation about their experience living in their Baltimore neighborhood. 

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Our Baltimore public process launches this week!

The Department of Planning is launching a multi-year planning process, Our BaltimoreOur Baltimore is a comprehensive plan for Baltimore’s future. The plan will guide development of the City over the next ten years and beyond.  

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Upcoming Meetings Scheduled for Sustainability Commission; Public is Welcome and Encouraged to Join

The March 2022 meeting will explore the ways energy touches our lives; The April 2022 meeting will feature a Sustainability and Resiliency Community Forum

Food Distribution Continues; 17,000 Boxes Distributed Weekly

In an effort to help ensure that the residents of Baltimore City have access to fresh produce during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Food Policy and Planning Division continues to implement the COVID-19 Emergency Food Response. 

A Vision for Middle Branch Presented

The Reimagine Middle Branch project team presented its efforts to the Urban Design and Architectural Advisory Panel on Thursday, 3/10/22. Reimagine Middle Branch encompasses more than a dozen South Baltimore neighborhoods over an 11 mile stretch along Baltimore's softer harbor. 

Baltimore's Comprehensive Planning Process Launching in April; Seeking Partners Now!

The Department of Planning is starting work on a Comprehensive Plan, Our Baltimore, with a public launch planned for April. 

INSPIRE Celebrates 12th Plan; Looks ahead to 2022

On November 18, the Planning Commission adopted the Mary E. Rodman Elementary School INSPIRE Plan.

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New CIP Criteria Available, Includes Equity

Over the past year, Planning staff worked with agencies, residents, and other stakeholders to update the evaluation criteria used to review capital budget requests.

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