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Sheila W Jordan Scholarship Reach for the moon

The City Union of Baltimore Sheila W. Jordan Scholarship applications are available for pickup at the CUB office, Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m.

All completed applications and documents must be hand delivered to the CUB office or postmarked by October 23, 2023.

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DHR Wellness Fair

City of Baltimore Wellness Fair: Wednesday, May 1, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Baltimore Convention Center.

This event is FREE for all Baltimore City Employees!

Read on for the flyer and more info!


Member Meeting: April 2024

union meeting

Our next member meeting will be on Wednesday, April 17, 2024 at 5:00 p.m.

The meeting will be held in-person at the CUB office,
at 2117 N Howard St., Baltimore, 21218

Join Us!

Call us at (410) 962-1492, or email President Ryan-Johnson at

CUB Meet and Greet 2024

The City Union of Baltimore Local 800 (CUB), opened its doors Friday April 5, 2024 to members, retirees, and guests. The meet and greet hosted by the union gave members an opportunity to socialize with one another and meet leadership of the union, the state federation, and the Metro Baltimore AFL-CIO. All told, more than two dozen people attended and light refreshments were served ... President Ryan-Johnson said, “The diversity of our union is one of the things that makes us strong. I want all our members to know that we are fighting for them, and they are always welcomed at the CUB union hall.” 

Read on for photos and more from the event!

Meet & Greet

Join the City Union of Baltimore Executive Board and Labor Relation Specialists for a Meet and Greet!

Friday, April 5, 2024, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
2117 N Howard St., Baltimore MD 21218

Please email to RSVP

You must be a member to attend. But membership forms will be available for those who want to join!

The Francis Scott Key Bridge, Baltimore

When I initially sat to write this message to members, it was with an excitement fueled by the onset of spring. Sadly however, that excitement was quickly tempered by the tragic incident of Tuesday morning when a cargo ship crashed into the Francis Scott Key bridge causing the bridge to collapse, and forever changing the lives of six laborers working on the bridge and their families. In addition to the lives believed to be lost, thousands of workers who rely on the bridge to get them to and from work, as well as thousands more who rely on the Port of Baltimore for work are left in a difficult position finding a way to make ends meet, all while mourning for our fellow Baltimoreans who are believed to have perished.

Read on for more.

Baltimore City

from the Office of the Labor Commissioner: Informational Bulletin Number: 24-15, March 26, 2024

Today, March 26, 2024, Mayor Brandon M. Scott issued an Executive Order declaring a local State of Emergency in Baltimore City, in response to the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse incident that took place this morning. This declaration will remain in effect for thirty (30) days, subject to renewal or cancellation as conditions warrant. (See attached).

The Mayor’s declaration of a local State of Emergency, however, is