Baltimore has lifted an overnight curfew imposed this week, following riots sparked by the death of a black man in police custody.
The curfew had been in place since Tuesday, after protests over the death of Freddie Gray, 25, turned violent.
On Friday, Baltimore’s top prosecutor announced criminal charges against six officers involved in the case.
Gray was arrested on 12 April, and died a week later from injuries sustained in a police van.
Under the curfew, residents were ordered to stay home from 22:00 until 05:00, and officials had been expected to keep it in place for another day.
But on Sunday morning, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she did not want to maintain it any longer than was necessary.
Protests have continued since the worst of the riots on Monday, but they have been largely peaceful.
Correspondents say the charges against the six officers – which range from manslaughter to murder – have eased tensions.