Recent News

Consultant Sought for Sandtown-Winchester Harlem Park Master Plan

The Sandtown-Winchester Harlem Park Master Plan Collective is seeking proposals for consultant services associated with the creation of a Master Plan for the Sandtown-Winchester and Harlem Park nei

It's Census Day! Get Counted and Enter our Social Media Contest

Today is one of the most important dates of the decade. Every ten years, our country conducts a Census to count EVERYONE living here.

The City of Baltimore has launched meal sites across the City

Making sure all residents have access to food during this time is a priority for the city. Please click 

March 2020 Scheduling Changes and Postponements

As more information is available, we will post updates related to Planning Department Commission and Meeting scheduling modifications and changes. 

The #2020Census is Here!

The #2020Census will be landing in Baltimore mailboxes starting on March 12th.

Cheryl Casciani Joins the Department of Planning

Cheryl Casciani has joined the Department of Planning as the Director of Community Planning and Revitalization, leading a team of Community Planners.

Release: Mural in Southwest Baltimore Honors Racheal Michelle Wilson

Racheal Michelle Wilson died in the line of duty in 2007 during a training exercise in the Boyd-Booth community.

Release: Mayor Young and Lyft Announce Grocery Access Program Launch to Reduce Transportation Barriers to Healthy Food for Baltimore Residents

New program gives $2.50 rides to participating grocery stores in west and south neighborhoods through a partnership with the Baltimore Development Corporation and South Baltimore Gatew

Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance Releases Updated Data Analyzing Baltimore’s Capital Investments with an Equity Lens

The Baltimore Department of Planning pursues a more detailed analysis of capital improvement program data in order to identify inequitable distributions of investments, and build a case towards

Mayor Young Leads USCM Mayors to Oppose Potential Cuts to SNAP

USCM Food Policy Taskforce Sends Letter to USDA against Proposed Categorical Eligibility Provision

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