Hogan began drawing down the National Guard on Sunday after Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake lifted the curfew that had shuttered the city at 10 p.m. for a week.
The governor moved himself and top aides back to Annapolis Monday for the first time in more than a week after riots followed the funeral for Freddie Gray, a West Baltimore man who died in police custody on April 19.
He said the same city leaders who "moved the city from chaos to peace" will lead the effort to repair the Baltimore. He said the state would be a partner in that effort.
Hogan planned to tour Lexington Market after his announcement Wednesday. While the city has begun to return to normal, the governor canceled a political event for Saturday saying he needed to focus on rebuilding the city.