Brooklyn Homes After Action Report

The Scott Administration requested all departments and agencies that have been involved with the July 2, 2023, Brooklyn Homes mass shooting to provide an assessment of actions and responses since the incident occurred.


Drafts of the following HABC documents are now available to the public for review and comment:

  1. The FY 2024 Moving to Work (MTW) Annual Plan;
  2. The FY 2024 Housing Choice Voucher (HCVP) Administrative Plan;
  3. A Summary of Changes to the FY 2024 HCVP Administrative Plan;
  4. The FY 2024 Public Housing Admission & Continued Occupancy Policies (ACOP); and
  5. A Summary of changes to the FY 2024 ACOP.

HABC will hold an in-person public meeting on Tuesday, September 26, 2023 at 5:00 p.m., in the Auditorium at Pleasant View Gardens, 201 N. Aisquith Street.

The purpose of the meeting is to receive comments from HABC residents, community leaders, government officials, and interested members of the public on HABC’s proposed Annual MTW Plan for fiscal year 2024, and on HABC’s proposed 2024 HCVP Administrative Plan and proposed 2024 Public Housing ACOP. Printed copies of these documents will be available for review at all HABC-owned public housing management offices and at HABC’s Rental & Assisted Housing Office located at 1225 W. Pratt Street, Baltimore MD, 21223.

The deadline to submit all comments is September 27, 2023.

Comments on the proposed FY 2024 MTW Annual Plan, as well the proposed 2024 HCVP Administrative Plan and proposed 2024 Public Housing ACOP can be submitted to HABC by:

  1. Attending the public meeting at Pleasant View Gardens on September 26, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. and signing up on-site to make a public comment;
  2. Email to Jeannine Dunn at; and/or
  3. First-class mail, Attention Jeannine Dunn to:

    Housing Authority of Baltimore City
    417 E. Fayette Street – 13th Floor
    Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Final 2020 Fair Housing Analysis

HABC collaborated with a group of six local governments, five public housing authorities (PHAs), and the Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) to complete the 2020 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice in the Baltimore Region (AI). The analysis includes a considerable amount of data and input from a series of regional and local stakeholder meetings and a resident survey.  It also includes action steps to be taken by the participants regionally and in their specific jurisdictions.  Click on this link to read the Analysis.

You can click here to view the full 2020 fair housing analysis on the BMC website. This analysis uses data from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and other sources to identify impediments to housing choice for populations protected under the Fair Housing Act and proposed action steps to be incorporated into jurisdictional Consolidated Plans and PHA plans that begin July 1, 2020.

If you have any questions specific to HABC, please contact Stephenie Horton at