Recent News

DHCD Testifies in Support of SB 0727

~Legislation helps fight against illegal dumping~

DHCD Announces the Next Round of Community Catalyst Grants

~$2 million available for neighborhood-based organizations~

Baltimore City Expands Camera Arsenal to Combat Illegal Dumping

Baltimore City Expands Camera Arsenal to Combat Illegal Dumping

Mayor Scott, BUILD, & GBC Announce Landmark Agreement on Historic Plan to Invest $3 Billion in Baltimore’s Neighborhoods to Tackle Vacant Properties

City of Baltimore Commits $300 Million Investment Over 15 Years to Generate Major New Public and Private Investments To Redevelop Vacant & At-Risk Properties

Mayor Scott, BCRP, DHCD Announce Plans for Brand-New Parkview Recreation Center

As Part of Rec Rollout, Complete Renovation Will Help Spur Ongoing Neighborhood Transformation

DHCD Announces Developer Opportunities in Park Heights - Three Property Bundles Available for Homeownership Outcomes

The Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) is seeking developers interested in rehabilitating properties along the 3400, 3600, and

Buying a Rehabbed Home in Baltimore City?

Anyone buying a home in Baltimore City is encouraged to ask one simple question: Does the house you are about to purchase have a Vacant Building Notice?

Overhaul of City’s Building Permitting and Inspections System Takes Next Step

Accela Professional Services Agreement Approved

Baltimore City Announces $30 Million Housing Accelerator Fund

Scott Administration Adds to Historic Investment in Affordable Housing, Making Permanent Supportive Housing A Top Priority

City Announces $4 Million in funds available for Community Land Trust Homeownership Projects

Qualified applicants can request up to $1 million per project

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