THE FUTURE OF BALTIMORE CITY DEPENDS ON RIGHT NOW
SINCE TAKING OFFICE
Eric has worked tirelessly to hold city government accountable and promote economic development. From comprehensive audit reform, to the historic port covington agreement, Eric has represented the 11th district by creating a government that works for you.
Eric prides himself on being a caring and responsive council member. He and his team are constantly out in the community connecting with neighbors and addressing concerns in the community.
In October 2014, Eric T. Costello joined the Baltimore City Council representing Baltimore’s most diverse district – the 11th District, which includes Central West Baltimore, the Downtown Central Business District, Downtown’s Westside, Midtown, and the South Baltimore Peninsula, as well as 24 unique neighborhoods. The 11th District is also home to Camden Yards, City Hall, the Inner Harbor, Lexington Market, MICA, historic Pennsylvania Avenue, Port Covington, State Center, the University of Baltimore, University of Maryland Baltimore, and the Washington Monument. Eric won the 2016 Democratic primary in a five way race with 55% of the total vote in April 2016 to become the Democratic nominee; and ran unopposed in the General Election in November 2016, with his first full four-year term ending in December, 2020