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Statement on Eastern District Quadruple Shooting

On January 19, 2022, at approximately 7:25 p.m., Eastern District patrol officers responded to the 2400 block of East Monument Street, for a Shot Spotter alert.

 

Mayor and Sustainability Office Release Carbon-Neutral Goals for Baltimore City

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Director of the Office of Sustainability, Lisa McNeilly, announced an updated set of goals for Baltimore City’s Climate Action Plan.

 

Mayor and Health Department Distribute Free At-Home Test Kits to the Community

On Saturday, January 15, 2022, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Baltimore City Health Department will partner with the Enoch Pratt Free Library to distribute free at-home test kits to Baltimore City residents. 

 

Mayor Scott and Baltimore Corps Launch $30M Campaign to Expand Service Opportunities in Baltimore

In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore Corps, joined by more than a dozen local and national program and philanthropic partners, announced the Campaign for Citywide Service: a three-year, $30 million campaign to create thousands of full-time service opportunities in Baltimore City. 

 

Mayor Brandon M. Scott Announces that Baltimore City will Waive Towing Fees for Victims of Auto Theft

Mayor Brandon M. Scott was joined by Councilman Ryan Dorsey, Councilwoman Odette Ramos, Councilman James Torrence, and Baltimore City Department of Transportation Director Steve Sharkey to announce that the City of Baltimore will no longer charge towing fees for stolen vehicles.

 

Mayor Brandon M. Scott

Mayor Brandon M. Scott

Brandon M. Scott is the 52nd Mayor of Baltimore City, and the youngest person elected to the position in over a century. Mayor Scott is committed to ending gun violence, restoring public trust in local government, and building a more equitable Baltimore for families to thrive.

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Please note your submission will be reviewed within 1 business day.

Should you have any questions regarding the status of a previously reported incident please contact The Bureau of Risk Management via email by clicking here. Please include your Confirmation of Submission ID or Claim Number.

Please note: Damage to non-city property, such as resident's home or automobile, MUST be reported in person or by certified mail to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) located at 7 E. Redwood Street, 6th Floor Baltimore, MD 21202