Room 527, City Hall
Committees: Vice Chair, Recreation and Parks; Executive Appointments; Health; Public Safety
In October 2014 Eric Costello joined the Baltimore City Council representing Baltimore's most diverse district - the 11th District, which includes the central downtown business area, State Center, the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards, as well as 24 unique neighborhoods.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1980, Eric headed south to join the U. S. Government Accountability office as a Senior IT Analyst in 2006. There he was able to save the tax-payers more than $274 million. He lives in Baltimore's Federal Hill neighborhood, where he served as Vice-president, then President, of the Federal Hill Neighborhood Association from 2011 - 2014.
In 2004, Eric earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication Arts with a minor in Business Communications at the State University of New York at Oneonta. He received a Master of Science in Information Management in 2006, from Syracuse University’s iSchool, with Certificates of Advanced Study in both Information Security Management and Information Systems & Telecommunications Management.
City Council Committee Assignments: Vice-chair, Recreation and Parks; Executive Appointments; Health; Public Safety
Service on Baltimore civic and non-profit boards: