Coronavirus Response: Housing Authority Of Baltimore City Launches New Public Awareness CampaignThe "Everybody Is At Risk" campaign is meant to inform and educate residents about the importance of practicing social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Help: Baltimore Offering Mobile Meal Distribution To City-Owned Housing ResidentsLow-income residents, families and seniors in Baltimore public housing can schedule a time for free food to be delivered to their homes.
Housing Authority Of Baltimore City To Stop Accepting New Public Housing Applications, Cites Overwhelming DemandCiting the "overwhelming demand" for low-income housing in Baltimore and an average wait time of up to seven years, the Housing Authority of Baltimore City said it will stop taking public housing applications starting December 13.
Health, Safety Inspectors Put Maryland Public Housing LastAlmost a third of public housing inspections in Maryland have resulted in failing health and safety scores. Old, rundown complexes in Baltimore are the main culprit.
Baltimore Housing Agency Pays $6.8M Lead JudgmentsThe Housing Authority of Baltimore City has paid more than $6.7 million to satisfy six outstanding lead paint judgments.
Baltimore Fights Lead Paint Case Property SeizureBaltimore's housing authority is fighting the seizure of its property to pay a $2.6 million lead paint judgment.