The City of Baltimore Department of Planning is requesting proposals from a qualified consultant to undertake a market feasibility and conceptual pre-development study for the redevelopment of the
Clean Corps has launched its service dashboard to show the vacant lots mowed, the alleys cleaned, and the public trash cans emptied daily by Clean Corps crews in 16 neighborhoods.
Click here to view the progress of this ARPA-funded Mayoral initiative.
One of the Baltimore Green Network's pilot projects reached an important milestone in February. All of the 14,000 square feet of alleys and street within the footprint of Cab Calloway Legends Park was removed to create a green space for the park.
The fall 2022 Planning Academy Cohort concluded its 6-week training program. This program details the fundamentals of zoning, land use, development and community planning.
The Baltimore City Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation is taking public comment on proposed updates to the Historic Preservation Design Guidelines.
On November 18, the Planning Commission adopted the Mary E. Rodman Elementary School INSPIRE Plan.
Over the past year, Planning staff worked with agencies, residents, and other stakeholders to update the evaluation criteria used to review capital budget requests.
Zoning Update for City Council Bill #21-0113/Zoning Modifications
On November 18, 2021 the Planning Commission is preparing to vote on City Council Bill #21-0113.
A new roster of Planners have joined the Department of Planning Team this fall.
During the week of October 25, the Department of Planning will roll out a series of new material on the results of the 2020 Census.