RTHA proudly collaborates with our fiscal sponsor Fusion Partnerships a catalyst for justice and peace.
Through direct action, coalition building, education, and advocacy, we’re empowering new community leaders and building a movement for the human right to housing in Baltimore.
Due to the CoronaVirus outbreak please be advised that as of March 16, 2020 all evictions in Baltimore City have been postponed through March 27, 2020. Any evictions scheduled between now and March 27 will be rescheduled for some time on or after Monday, March 30. You may not receive notice of the rescheduled eviction date. Evictions in other jurisdictions outside of Baltimore City may or may not be affected. Please see information here for evictions in other jurisdictions: https://mdcourts.gov/coronavirusstayofevictionupdates Or, you may contact your local Sheriff’s office to determine whether evictions have been postponed in your jurisdiction.
All non-emergency court proceedings, including eviction cases in which a judgment has not yet been entered, have been postponed until on or after April 6. You will receive notice from the court about a new trial date for on or after April 6. Additional information may be available at: https://mdcourts.gov/coronavirusupdate
Also, Governor Hogan has issued an order that stops entry of a judgment in some (not all) eviction cases if the tenant can prove a substantial loss of income because of the corona virus: https://governor.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Executive-Order-Temp-Evictions-Prohibiting.pdf
If you are a tenant and are a victim of an illegal lockout or illegal eviction in Baltimore City during this crisis please visit the Court Commissioner’s office:
Baltimore City District Court Commissioner
500 N. Calvert Suite 200
Baltimore MD 21201