City Government Update

Baltimore City Council Meeting

The next meeting is Monday, June 11, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. All hearings and council meetings are open to the public; however, you do need a photo id to enter City Hall.

Maryland Historical Trust’s Non-Capital Grant Program

The Maryland Historical Trust Non-Capital Historic Preservation Grant Program provides competitive grants to nonprofit organizations and local governments for research, survey, planning, and educational activities involving architectural, archeological and other cultural resources. Eligible activities may include architectural, archeological, or cultural resource surveys; the development of preservation plans; educational outreach programs; and National Register nominations. Eligible projects should seek to preserve the tangible remains of Maryland's past in a manner that is consistent with MHT's standards and guidelines. For FY 2020, the total amount of grant funds available is $300,000.

Prospective applicants should plan to attend an upcoming workshop on June 11 from 2-4pm or June 26 from 10am to noon in Crownsville.

The workshop will include information about the program, FY 2020 funding priorities, eligible activities, and the online application and reporting system. The application and guidelines will be available prior to the workshop.

To register for the workshop, go to:

For more information, please contact Karen Golder at 410-697-9550 or