Helpful Info

 


Baltimore City Agency Contact Info

  • Department of Transportation
    • General: 410-396-6802
    • Special Events: 410-396-1916
      specialevents@baltimorecity.gov
    • Southeast Community Liason - Grishae Blackette'
      443-602-2168
      grishae.blackette@baltimorecity.gov
  • Department of Public Works
    • Water Billing
      410-396-5398
      dpw.billing@baltimorecity.gov
  • Baltimore Housing
          410-396-3237
          Search work permits
  • Planning Department (for zoning information)
    410-396-7526
    deptofplanning@baltimorecity.gov
    Transform Baltimore (new zoning code)
     
  • Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals
    410-396-4301
    david.tanner@baltimorecity.gov
    Hearing Agendas
     
  • Liquor License Board
    410-396-4377
    douglas.paige@baltimorecity.gov
    Hearing Agendas

Elected
Representatives

Maryland State Representatives - District 46

  • Delegate Brooke Lierman
    410-841-3319
    brooke.lierman@house.state.md.us
  • Delegate Luke Clippinger
    410-841-3303
    luke.clippinger@house.state.md.us
  • Delegate Robbyn Lewis
    410-841-3372
    robbyn.lewis@house.state.md.us
  • Senator Bill Ferguson
    410-841-3600
    bill.ferguson@house.state.md.us

 

Southeast Baltimore Congressional Representatives



Submitting a 311 Request

Before contacting our office to request a City service, we encourage you to call 311 to formally report the request. Then, submit a constituent request using the form on this website. Please include your 311 service number in that request so that we can better assist you with your concern.
 

How to Submit a 311 Request

  • Option 1: Dial 311 on your phone when within Baltimore City limits.
  • Option 2: Submit your request online using the website
  • Option 3: Download the Baltimore 311 app from your phone’s app store and submit your request through the app. 
  • Don't forget to record your 311 service number.

How to Check on the Status of a 311 Request

  • Option 1: Dial 311 on your phone within Baltimore City limits, provide the operator with your service number, and request an update on actions taken to address your request.
  • Option 2: Check the due date, activity, and outcome of a 311 request using the website.