Welcome to the official website of the Office of the Labor Commissioner (OLC). Deborah F. Moore-Carter is the Labor Commissioner for the City of Baltimore. The OLC encourages employees of the City of Baltimore and guests of this website to read and review all the information provided.

Who We Are and What We Do

The Office of the Labor Commissioner (OLC) represents the Mayor in conducting all labor relations activities between the City of Baltimore and the labor organizations representing employees of the City. The OLC also serves as the hearing officer in the last internal step in the grievance process outlined in each union’s Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).


The Office of the Labor Commissioner (OLC) works in partnership with managers and supervisors, union leadership and their membership, and employees to promote effective labor relations in the workplace. Our core values of continuous improvement, teamwork, and achieving results are woven into every aspect of labor relations management. We are a strategic partner of the Mayor's Office and through our labor relations activities support the Mayor’s initiatives.

For information on delayed openings, early closings, or time off by executive order, call (410) 361-9200.

Public Information Act Requests

The agency head or executive director is the custodian of the records for this entity. You may contact Deborah Moore-Carter, 417 East Fayette Street, Suite 1203, Baltimore, MD 21202, 410-396-4365 or feel free to email us about requesting records from this entity.