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- Adopt A Lot / Community Gardens
Adopting a city-owned vacant lot can improve the living conditions in your neighborhood. You and your neighbors can create a peaceful, space for everyone to share. It not only improves your neighborhood, it helps the City become a beautiful and productive place to live for everyone! How Do I Adopt A Lot?
- Land Resources Division
The Land Resources Division of Baltimore Housing strategically acquires, manages and disposes of real property to create housing, social and economic development for Baltimore's neighborhoods. Our objective includes working collaboratively with diverse community, government and business interests, with emphasis on customer-service, efficiency, opportunity, equity and
The Office of the Zoning Administrator is responsible for insuring that construction activity and land use complies with the City's zoning code. Our office is located in Room 147 of the Benton Building, 417 E Fayette Street. Our primary responsibilities include: Issuing zoning authorizations and use permits Inspect structures and review land uses to ensure
- 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; etc. If you