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  • Permit Procedures

    Baltimore City One-Stop Center is located at Room 100, 417 E Fayette Street, overlooking the courtyard by the City Hall and the War Memorial Building. The One-Stop Center is designed to create a customer friendly environment and to aid faster permits by eliminating lengthy wait time. In the One-Stop Center, the customer would go through the information desk, Zoning…

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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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  • Quicktrac Permitting -4

    Check Permit or Plans Review Status Call 443-984-2776. Press [4] then... A) Enter permit or plan number (begin with year) Press [1] to obtain the status of a permit with plans Press [2] to obtain the status of a permit not associated with a plan B) Listen to permit or plans status C) Receive faxed or spoken details of history …

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  • CDBG's First Time Homebuyer Program

    CDBG, one of Baltimore Housing's greatest success stories, is a HUD program designed to give local jurisdictions power to distribute federal funds directly to non-profit and public agencies that support housing and public-service programs. CDBGs primary objective is to develop viable communities by providing low- to moderate- income families with decent,…

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  • Capital Planning

    The Office of Capital Planning is responsible for formulating the HABC's Capital Plan. The office coordinates the evaluation of Capital requests, forecasts the time and financial requirements of modernization and rehabilitation work and recommends the allocation of current and future resources by monitoring Capital expenditures. The office coordinates the HABC's physical needs assessments and long-term Capital plans. Annual planning sessions are held…

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  • eplans - Resources

    Click here to download a summary of the e-Plan review process Click here to download Frequently asked Questions (FAQs) Click here to download File Naming Convention Information