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  • Engineering and Capital Improvement

    The Department of Engineering and Capital Improvements is primarily responsible for the implementation of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City's Capital Plan. Typical projects include design and construction of capital improvement projects such as: vacancy renovation; demolition of non-viable units and sites; and the design and implementation of: …

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  • V2V Summit Presentations

    Vacants to Value Summit Presentations Receivership Workshop 101 Encouraging Investment: How to Buy A City-Owned Property Public Health Perspectives: What Might We Expect from Vacants to Value

  • Neighborhood Stabilization Program

    The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) was established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the purpose of stabilizing communities that have suffered from foreclosures and abandonment. Through assisting in the purchase and redevelopment of foreclosed and abandoned residential properties, NSP is helping localities meet the goal of the program. NSP1, a term that references the NSP…

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  • Service Coordination

    The Service Coordination Program is for the provision of a Service Coordinator to coordinate supportive services and other activities designed to help Public Housing residents attain economic and housing self-sufficiency. Services are available in the Brentwood, Brooklyn, Cherry Hill, Douglass, Perkins, Gilmor, Latrobe, Westport, Allendale, J. Van Story Branch Senior Apartments, Lakeview Towers, Monument East, O'Donnell Heights and…

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  • Code Enforcement

    To maintain safe and attractive neighborhoods throughout the city, Baltimore Housing's Code Enforcement Division enforces the city's housing, zoning, building and related codes. Recently the division was reorganized and restructured to increase efficiency while making it more accessible to Baltimore residents. Working together, we are a powerful team, committed to maintaining the…

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  • Quicktrac Permitting -2

    Quicktrac: Cancel an Inspection Call 443-984-2776. Press [2] then... A) Enter permit type See instructions under Schedule an Inspection B) Enter permit number (begin with year). The permit number can be found at the top right of your permit. C) Enter four-digit inspection code Refer to the inspection code list for a list of four-digit codes. Enter…

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  • Business

    Acquiring property from the City has never been easier. Take a look at our up-to-date list of current and recently awarded opportunities. You can also get information on Financial & Programmatic Support. Whether you're a large-scale developer, a local community development corporation, a faith-based…

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  • Transform

    On December 5, 2016, a new zoning code for the City of Baltimore was signed into law. This code will replace the 1971 Zoning Code. It is intended to simplify and streamline development review, provide an easy to understand set of rules, while creating a more modern code that fosters growth and development while maintaining neighborhood character. The…

  • Code Enforcement Legal Section

    The primary responsibility for enforcing the zoning, building and related codes of Baltimore City lies with the Housing Inspections Services Division of HCD. When violators fail to comply voluntarily with the notices issued by those inspectors, the matter is referred to the Housing Inspection Services Division's Legal…

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  • Code Enforcement: FAQ

    Dial 311 to initiate action. After that, contact your assigned inspector for follow-up. 2. When should I call the superintendent for my inspection district? Call the superintendent to schedule your neighborhood inspector for a community meeting. 3. Who is the inspector…

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