Community Associations

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District 13

NEHI
North East Housing Initiative

NEHI™s goal is to transform vacant, abandoned, and foreclosed properties into permanently affordable homes for people with an AMI of 80% and below, while providing training and employment opportunities, leadership development, increasing economic self-sufficiency, lifting people out of poverty, thus building a community that is sustainable, inclusive and diverse. Serves the 4x4 Community

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

2800 Edison Highway (Catholic High School)

Second Thursday of every month
6:00 p.m. 

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact Stewardship Coordinator Christina Delgado at 1-800-726-9850 or email info@nehihomes.org

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C.A.R.E. Community Association

C.A.R.E. Community Association, Inc. is a resident led 501(c)3 non-profit community organization located in East Baltimore. Our boundaries are from N. Washington Street to Patterson Park Ave. and Fayette Street to McElderry Street. On the last Tuesday of each month, the community association hosts its general meetings at 219 North Chester Street (The Door) at 6:00 p.m. To make a presentation or agenda request, please send a message to thecarecommunity@gmail.com 

The acronym "C.A.R.E." stands for Cleaning, Active, Restoring, Efforts.

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

219 N. Chester St (The Door)

Last Tuesday of every month 
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact President Cynthia Gross at thecarecommunity@gmail.com

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Belair Edison Community Association

Belair-Edison is a community of Novak and Welsh-built red brick rowhouses situated on treelined streets. The residents pride themselves on being a strong community of caring people. In addition to the rowhomes there is a sprinkling of single and semi-detached homes. Belair-Edison is located in northeast Baltimore and situated around Belair-Road and Erdman Avenue with boundaries of Richmond Avenue to the west, Sinclair Lane to the east and south, and Seidel Avenue ( several blocks north of Herring Run Park) to the north.

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

3801 Erdman Avenue 

First Thursday of every month except in January
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact President Rita Crews 443-827-5428) 

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Berea - Fort Worthington Community Association

Berea in East Baltimore is comprised of historic rowhomes offering residents a choice between large, grassy yards and low-maintenance, paved front areas. The majority of the neighborhood includes well-manicured lawns, tidy porches and abundant flower gardens. Residents enjoy a strong sense of community, engaged neighbors and easy access to major commuter routes.

Area includes: Edison Highway/Federal Streets to Biddle to Milton Avenue/Milton to Federal Street

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

2710 E. Hoffman St (Fort Worthington Elementary School)

Fourth Monday of every month 
6:0 p.m.

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact President Lenora Monroe at 410-818-0064) 

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Butcher's Hill
Association

The Butchers Hill Historic District is an irregularly-shaped area roughly bounded by East Fayette Street on the north, Patterson Park Avenue on the east, East Pratt Street on the south, and South Chapel, North Washington, and North Chester Streets on the west.

A primarily residential neighborhood densely built with brick rowhouses at the crest of Hampstead Hill, Butchers Hill is an architecturally and historically distinct pocket of development in the regular grid of East Baltimore streets. The unique combination of construction dates (1850-1915), sizes, and styles of buildings, with a hilly topography and a peculiar pattern of development, as well as a generally high degree of integrity which is being enhanced by rehabilitation, sets Butchers Hill apart from the surrounding rowhouse communities.

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

TBD

First Wednesday of every month
7:00 pm

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact President Bri McNamara at butchershillpresident@gmail.com

Washington Hill
Community Association

WHCA serves parts of District 12 and District 13 - the area of the City of Baltimore encompassed by the following boundaries: on the north, Fayette Street from Central Avenue east to Washington Street; west side of Washington south to Lombard Street; north side of Lombard west to Broadway; west side of Broadway south to Pratt Street; north side of Pratt west to Eden Street; west side of Eden south to Gough Street; north side of Gough west to Central Avenue; east side of Central north to Fayette Street.

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Virtual Meetings

Second Thursday of Bi-monthly 
7:00 p.m.

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact President Maggie Fitzsimmons at washhillca@gmail.com

Milton Montford Community

Milton-Montford is a neighborhood in the heart of East Baltimore, Maryland. Milton-Montford lies north of Patterson Park and south of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor. The neighborhood is bounded by the neighborhoods of McElderry Park to the south, Madison-Eastend to the east, Biddle Street to the north, and Middle East to the west. The swath of land between Johns Hopkins Hospital and Frank C Bocek Park, which includes Milton-Montford, is often referred to as the "Down the Hill" neighborhood by local residents.

Boundaries: Amtrak Tracks to the North, Patterson Park Ave to the West, Monument Street to the South, Luzerne Ave to the East

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

901 N. Milton Ave (Moveable Feast Building)

Third Wednesday of every month 6:00pm

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact President Sarah Broadwater, 410-327-5942) 

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McElderry Park Community Association

McElderry Park takes its name from the McElderry family, who were wealthy merchants in Baltimore in the early 19th century. Irish immigrant Thomas McElderry (1758 – 1810) arrived in Baltimore in 1793 and quickly established himself—building a wharf that bore his name, improving Market Square, and helping found the Baltimore Water Company.

E Monument Street, N Linwood Avenue, E Fayette Street, parts of N Milton Avenue, Orleans Street, and N Patterson Park Avenue make up the community boundaries

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

611 N. Montford Ave, 

Third Wednesday of every month 
6:00 p.m.

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To call in, dial +1-347-554-7531 and use PIN: 30184894#

(Location may vary due to COVID Protocols. Contact McEdlerry Park at 443-885-9740, David Harris, President) 

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New Broadway East Community Association

The Broadway East Community Association (NBECA) mission is to empower, enable and support community members in their efforts to revitalize Broadway East neighborhoods.

Boundaries: North Ave the North, Broadway to the West, Monument Street to the South, Luzerne Ave to the East

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Contact: Doris Minor Terrell 443-756-3114 

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Collington Square Community Association

Contact: Ella Durant

Phone: 443-271-0320

Email: e.bdurant@verizon.net

Boundaries: (Hoffman St/Chase St/Washington St/Milton Ave)

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Contact: Ella Durant 443-271-0320

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Orangeville Improvement Association

Orangeville is a small neighborhood in Northeast Baltimore located close to an industrial area by the same name. Rowhomes are the predominant housing stock. The neighborhood is home to the Orangeville Community Park and many public transportation options.

Boundaries: Chase St/Iris Ave/Ashland Ave/B&O RR

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Contact: Cindy Gray 443-418-9107

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Family of Ellwood Park Community Association

We are the community association for Baltimore’s Ellwood Park neighborhood. Established in 2019, the Family of Ellwood Park exists to build and connect the lives, spaces, and businesses in Ellwood Park by provoking growth, providing stability, and creating unity in the community. We are excited to get to know you all!

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Third Thursday of every month

Contact: Cookie Barbour 443-863-9086

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Bocek-Madison-Eastend

Madison-Eastend is a neighborhood in the heart of East Baltimore, Maryland. Madison-Eastend occupies 66.7 acres of land north of Patterson Park and south of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor. The neighborhood is bounded by the neighborhoods of Ellwood Park and McElderry Park to the south, Milton-Montford to the west, Biddle Street to the north, and Orangeville to the east. The swath of land between Johns Hopkins Hospital and Frank C Bocek Park, which includes Madison-Eastend, is often referred to as the "Down the Hill" neighborhood by local residents.

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Contact: Maxine Lynch 443-599-3027

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Orchard Ridge
Community

Orchard Ridge, Baltimore is a neighborhood in the Northeastern part of Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It was formerly known as Claremont-Freedom. The neighborhood was redeveloped as a mixed tenancy, mixed-income community with 461 units. It includes both rental and homeownership townhouses, semi-detached homes, apartments and a community center

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

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Armistead Gardens

Armistead Gardens is a neighborhood in the Northeast District of Baltimore. It is located north of Pulaski Highway and east of Erdman Avenue, between Herring Run Park (northeast) and the East District neighborhood of Orangeville (southwest).

Armistead Gardens is home to four churches, Armistead Gardens Elementary School, and the Bohemian National Cemetery. The nearest major highways are Pulaski Highway (U.S. Route 40) and Erdman Avenue.

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

https://armisteadhomes.com/

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K&B Neighborhood Association

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

3rd Tuesday of each month, 6:30pm to 8:30pm,

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Friends of Library Square

We care for Library Square! It's a small park between the Patterson Park Library and William Paca Elem School. The group has made so many improvements to the park--join us for more! We meet every 4th THURSDAY at 6 PM at Patterson Park Library. 

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Fourth Thursday of the Month 

6pm

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COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

Contact: President Jeanette Kitchens 443-374-7465

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