Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) Program

All students enrolled in Baltimore City Public Schools are eligible for the Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) Program. Households will receive approximately $114/month in benefits for each school-aged child in your household. P-EBT cards will allow families to purchase food directly from approved grocery stores and other outlets that accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), EBT, or the Independence Card.

If your household currently receives SNAP benefits, the P-EBT payments are automatically added to your SNAP card. If you think you may be eligible for SNAP, we encourage you to apply! View SNAP eligibility criteria and apply online at by clicking “create account.” You can also call the MD Department of Human Services (DHS) at 1-800-332-6347 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. If you have trouble or need help applying for SNAP, call Maryland Hunger Solutions at 1-866-821-5552.

If your household does not currently receive SNAP benefits, you are eligible to receive a new P-EBT card from the Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS). To help ensure access to these benefits, households should update their current contact information in their City Schools’ profile by emailing updated address documentation to the enrollment official at their student’s school. Providing updated address information ensures that City Schools is able to share the most accurate and up-to-date information with the responsible state agencies.  It also should reduce wait times to be contacted by the Maryland Department of Human Services. Inaccurate addresses or telephone numbers in your City Schools’ profile could delay the Maryland Department of Human Services’ distribution of a P-EBT benefit card to your family.

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Snap Flyer: English SNAP Online - English.pdf
Snap Flyer: Spanish SNAP Online - Spanish.pdf
P-EBT FAQ: English P-EBT Flyer - English.pdf
P-EBT FAQ: Spanish P-EBT Flyer - Spanish.pdf

Sheila Dixon Says Her Record As Mayor Speaks For Itself
Former mayor Sheila Dixon lifts weights during a workout in May. The 66-year-old is at the top of the pack in Baltimore's Democratic mayoral primary.

The AFRO Endorses Dixon for Mayor

“During her time as mayor, most objective political observers acknowledge the city improved significantly across the board, from trash removal, to business development for women and people of color, to services for people experiencing homelessness, to a reduction in homicides and other violent crimes.”

“The bottom line is nobody is going to outwork Dixon and nobody knows the city’s overall infrastructure better than she does. For these reasons and others the AFRO endorses the former Mayor of Baltimore to be the next Mayor of Baltimore. We need her experience and energy now more than ever.”


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Eligible taxpayers who filed tax returns for either 2019 or 2018 and chose direct deposit of their refund will automatically receive an Economic Impact Payment of up to $1,200 for individuals or $2,400 for married couples and $500 for each qualifying child.
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2020 Primary Election – June 2, 2020

COVID-19 Update

from Governor Larry Hogan: Frequently Asked Questions

Baltimore minority restauranteur alleged that he was denied the federal benefits from the CARES Act

Grossly Irresponsible Alleged Actions Taken By Bank of America.

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Paycheck Protection Program

Federal Funding Application Information Now Available.

How Does the Paycheck Protection Program Work for Nonprofits?

Free Meals for Youth

March 28 to April 26

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Free Meals For Youth - March 28 to April 26 Free Meals for Youth-March 28 to April 26.pdf
Free Meals For Youth - more information Free Meals for Youth2-March 28 to April 26.pdf

Summary Documents for CARES Act (Supplemental 3.0)

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Information can be found here as well...

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Small Business Provisions in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act SENATE SMALL BUSINESS COMMITTEE, MINORITY 200325StimulusSmallBizEXPLAINER-FINAL (1).pdf
Keeping American Workers Paid and Employed Act 200325StimulusSmallBizSectionBySection-FINAL (1).pdf
CARES Act FAQ on Health Provisions CARES Act FAQ on Health Provisions (1).pdf
CARES Act FAQ on Unemployment Insurance CARES Act FAQ on Unemployment Insurance (1).pdf
CARES Act FAQ_Student Loan Payment Relief CARES Act FAQ_Student Loan Payment Relief (1).pdf
CARES Act FAQ_Tax for Individuals CARES Act FAQ_Tax for Individuals (1).pdf
CARES ACT_Federal Worker Provisions CARES ACT_Federal Worker Provisions (1).pdf
CARES Act_Maryland and Local Government Share of Emergency Funding CARES Act_Maryland and Local Government Share of Emergency Funding (1).pdf
Small Business Owners Guide to the CARES Act final Small Business Owners Guide to the CARES Act final (1).pdf

COVID-19 Business Relief Programs

Dear Supporters:

I hope you’re following all the recommended preventative measures as we do our best to protect ourselves and our loved ones and stay healthy. I’m reaching out today to provide information for our local businesses who have been devastated by the economic fallout from this virus. Continue reading here...

Check in on you and your loved ones

Dear Supporters:

I wanted to come to you today just to check in on you and your loved ones, since the health and safety of my neighbors has always been my main concern as a public servant, and while I may not be in elected office, that leadership and caring gene ingrained in my spirit has never gone away, and your well-being remains my #1 priority. Continue reading here...

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Coronavirus Update


Mayor Dixon leads all candidates in latest polls

Sheila Dixon is the front-runner for Mayor in two seperate polls

C&E Interview

Mayor Dixon joins Sean Casey and Bruce Elliott on the Morning Drive program to discuss her crime plan.

Mayor Dixon rolls out her comprehensive crime plan

“This city is in a crisis, we are losing our babies at a frightening rate having already seen twenty-five people killed during the first 30-days of the year,” Dixon said.

Sheila Dixon releases comprehensive crime plan for Baltimore

Reduce crime and save lives in Baltimore City.

Dixon crime plan would disband BPD plainclothes units, task forces

Dixon, a candidate for mayor in 2020, said it's time for every stakeholder to get out of their silo and check their ego at the door.

Dixon Releases Crime Plan

The plan focuses on management accountability, intelligence-driven policing, increased community presence and community stabilization.

Sheila Dixon officially filed to run for Baltimore’s next Mayor

I’ve officially FILED to run for Baltimore’s Next Mayor!