Through funding and technical assistance, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development works with local governments, nonprofit organizations, community groups and businesses to revitalize cities, towns and neighborhoods across Maryland. Our community development programs enhance existing neighborhood resources, support economic development, provide public services and infrastructure, and improve the quality of life for residents. Assistance from the department is designed to serve as a tool for communities and organizations to leverage additional funding from public, private and nonprofit sources.
A statewide effort focusing on increasing litter removal, greening initiatives, and citizen stewardship to work toward a common vision that all communities will be clean, green, and beautiful.
The Bureau of Homeless Services works to coordinate statewide efforts aimed at reducing the numbers of Homeless households in Maryland.
A new canvas for Baltimore, clearing the way for new green space, new affordable and mixed-use housing, new and greater opportunities for small business owners to innovate and grow.
Municipalities throughout Maryland can take advantage of attractive financing terms and technical assistance to invest in critical infrastructure to support economic development and provide community services. Read More
A comprehensive downtown revitalization program created to strengthen the economic potential of Maryland’s traditional main streets and neighborhoods. Read More