Mayoral Candidates on the Issues: Graffiti, Dumping and Cleanliness

There’s perhaps not much charming about graffiti tags on buildings, streets littered with trash, empty lots packed with used tires, or abandoned pickup trucks filled with building materials left on the side of the road.

Baltimore’s city government is responsible for addressing some of the major quality of life issues related to cleanliness across Charm City. Agencies like the Department of Public Works and the Department of Housing and Community Development work to make Baltimore a cleaner and more vibrant city. The next mayor will oversee those agencies and direct efforts to keep Baltimore looking good.

Residents will pick from a crowded field of candidates in May’s primary election on whose vision for Baltimore is needed right now.