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- Frequently Asked Questions
Vacants to Value is a new initiative which streamlines the sale of city-owned properties and uses the private market to maximize the repair and rehabilitation of vacant properties. How can I purchase a Baltimore City owned property? Baltimore Housings' Land Resources Division sells properties and land under its supervision through various methods.
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.
- Planning and Development
The Office of Planning and Development is responsible for the redevelopment of its public housing stock through the use of the mixed-finance public development method. The goal, using a combination of public and private financing and partnerships, is to develop public housing that is integrated physically, socially, and economically with the greater
- Quicktrac Permitting -2
Quicktrac: Cancel an Inspection Call 443-984-2776. Press  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
- Code Enforcement: Signs
Article 19 Subtitle 45 of the Baltimore City Code makes posting signs on City controlled property illegal and punishable by a $500 Environmental Control Citation. City owned or controlled property includes buildings; lots; parks; trees; signs; poles; traffic devices; medians;