RECENT NOTICES

  • The City of Baltimore Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) announces an availability of funds for Case Management Services in connection with the City’s Eviction Prevention program. Apply by Friday, Novemer 13, 2020.  For more information, CLICK HERE.

  • Fall 2020 Request for Proposals (RFPs) - DHCD is offering key sites for future development.  Multiple sites are being offered in the Broadway East, Coldspring Newtown, Fells Point, Grove Park, Harlem Park, and Marble Hill neighborhoodsLearn more.

  • To learn about programs for Rent Support or other services, CLICK HERE.


OTHER NOTICES:

  • Administrative Hearings - for a schedule of administrative review hearings on Notices of Intent to Demolish, Click HERE.
     
  • The Baltimore City COVID-19 Renter Relief Act (Bill 20-0526) prohibits landlords from announcing rent increases during a declared state of emergency and within the 90-day period after the state of emergency is lifted.  It also prohibits fees for late payment or no payment of rent, as well as all rent increases that are scheduled to take place during the state of emergency.

To view a snapshot of DHCD Operations during the COVID-19 emergency CLICK HERE .  

Quick contact numbers for keys services:​​​​​

ePermits and Trades Licensing 443-984-1809
Plans Review 410-396-3460
Property Licensing and Registration 410-396-3575
Building Inspections 410-396-3470
Electrical/Mechanical/Plumbing Inspections 410-361-9270

Recent News

DHCD Seeks Developers for Strategically Located City-Owned Properties

DHCD has issued its Fall 2020 Requests for Proposals (RFPs), offering key sites for future development.  Multiple sites are being offered in the Broadway East, Coldspring Newtown, Fells Point, Grove Park, Harlem Park, and Marble Hill neighborhoods.

City Issues Notice of Funding Availability for Community Land Trusts – Single Family Homeownership Projects

The Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) has issued a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Community Land Trusts – Single Family Homeownership. Projects connected to this NOFA will support DHCD’s community development goals of meeting the demand for affordable housing and integrating land-trust homes as part of a broader mixed-income housing strategy.

Community Benefits TIF Advances for Perkins Somerset Oldtown Transformation Plan

Today, the Baltimore City Planning Commission unanimously approved the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) legislation for the Perkins Somerset Oldtown (PSO) Transformation area. The PSO Transformation area is a 244-acre site that includes Perkins Homes, the former Somerset Homes site, and the Oldtown Mall.

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