Baltimore is brimming with young professionals, and in addition to having one of the fastest growing downtowns, it has many neighborhoods with wonderful food, art, and culture. As an added bonus,
While preparing and analyzing the City's budget, the Bureau of Budget and Management Research considers the economic health of the City through quarterly reports created jointly with the
Baltimore Economic Indicators Report – 2018 Fourth Quarter was not published due to project and time constraints. BBMR will be posting a data-only update during Summer 2019.
Baltimore's City Council passed the Fiscal 2020 budget on June 11 and the budget was signed by Mayor Young on June 17. The budget will go into effect on July 1, 2019.
City Council Budget Hearings occur the week of June 3, 2019.
The Agency Detail publications are now available here.
The Fiscal 2020 recommended budget totals $3.55 billion across all funding sources, including $2.9 billion for operating expenses and $627.5 million for capital investment.
On Tuesday, April 9th, the Board of Estimates hosted the Annual Taxpayers’ Night at Baltimore’s War Memorial.
The Fiscal 2020 Preliminary Budget Plan recommended by the Director of Finance represents another major step in Mayor Pugh’s vision for moving Baltimore forward.