Recent News

Mayor Young Leads USCM Mayors to Oppose Potential Cuts to SNAP

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

Green Network Launching Lots to Love Pilot Initiative

Green Network 'Lots to Love' program will strategically target 47 vacant lots from April through October in the Upton, Boyd-Booth-Sh

COMPOSTING at the BALTIMORE FARMERS MARKET & WASTED! FILM SCREENING

The Baltimore Office of Sustainability is leading food waste reduction across the region.

FREE Composting Begins at the Farmers Market!

The Baltimore Office of Sustainability and the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts launched Baltimore's first-ever FREE Farmers Market Food Scrap Collection program on Sunday May 5th.

Join the Baltimore City Complete Count Committee on April 23!

BALTIMORE, MD (March 29, 2019) -- Please join the Baltimore City Complete Count Committee on April 23rd at Baltimore Polytechnic High School, 1400 W Cold Spring Ln, from 6:00pm - 8

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FEMA Preliminary Flood Maps Issued, Open House Scheduled for April 2.

On December 26, 2018, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) issued new Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) and a Flood Insurance Study of the City of Baltimore.

Sustainability Plan Adopted by Planning Commission

The 2019 Baltimore Sustainability Plan is here.

Baltimore Design Manual Update Process Underway, Meetings Scheduled

The Department of Planning has been working to update the Baltimore City Design Manual that was enacted in 2017 with the City’s new Zoning Code.

Mayor Pugh Announces New Director

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announces Chris Ryer as Director for the Department of Planning, effective February 11, 2019.

Capital Improvement Program: Public Presentations Scheduled

The public presentations on the CIP begin THIS week - January 10, 2019

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