Don’t Miss Out: Join Your Neighbors to Celebrate Spring! – April 29th!

Click here to Buy Tickets Now Fine beverages and light fare provided by Foreman Wolf, Galley, Mina’s Delights, Miss Shirley’s, Namaste, Scoozi-Radisson Cross Keys, Village Square Café, Woodberry Kitchen, and The Falls at Roland Park Apartments. The Roland Park Community Foundation(RPCF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 1986 to preserve, maintain and improve the parks, […]

Plant a Tree on Earth Day!

In celebration of Earth Day, Baltimore City Department of Forestry will be offering free trees to Roland Park residents on Saturday April 22, 2017 from 9 am -1 pm or until supplies last.  They will be set up in front to Eddies Roland Park, 5113 Roland Avenue The Department of Forestry will have selections of […]

Cycle Track Update Meeting Report

A second progress meeting hosted by the RPCL’s Cycle Track Committee on Thursday evening February 9, 2017 at The Woman’s Club of Roland Park was well attended by approximately 75 residents. During his welcome, Ian MacFarlane Civic League President shared news that Alta Design was recently retained to supplement the Committee’s work evaluating Roland Avenue’s […]

Remembering Al Copp

The Roland Park community lost a great neighbor and friend this week with the passing of Al Copp. Dr. Phil Spevak, former president of the Roland Park Civic League, has prepared this remembrance. “Al Copp will be remembered by many, but all may not understand the difference he made to Roland Park.  He embodied great […]

Volunteer Opportunities in Roland Park

Updated 03/19/2017 – the R&M rep positions have been filled.  The remaining volunteer opportunities are still in play! Roland Park Roads & Maintenance is seeking representatives Roads & Maintenance is looking for new Plat reps for Plats 2 and 4. If you’re not sure which Plat you live in, consult our Plat Map or contact […]

Organic Debris Pickup program returns in 2017

For those who have paid their Civic League dues and their full maintenance fees, an organic debris removal program is available. Roland Park organic debris collection is planned for the months of March, April, May, June, July, September, October and November and will be collected during the first two weeks of the month. Please visit […]

Roland Park Shop & Dine Event – December 16-18th

Think Local First! Take a break from the mall and online shopping to support our neighborhood businesses!  Enjoy fine dining at our local restaurants or shop at participating merchants to discover the unique and practical gifts available in our neighborhood.  Each merchant will be offering a special something to shoppers during the event.  Check with […]

Civic League supports patrol of I-83 in city by Maryland State Police

Following is the text of a letter sent by  Ian Macfarlane, President of the Roland Park Civic League, to the members of our state legislative delegation. For Roland Park residents who are interested in this issue and wish to contact the state legislative delegation members, follow the links on each representative’s name for mailing addresses, email addresses, […]

RPCF Increases Leadership Role in Roland Water Tower Restoration

This story appeared in the Winter 2016 edition of the Roland Park News. Open Space Campaign Update. RPCF Increases Leadership Role in Roland Water Tower Restoration. The Roland Park Community Foundation (RPCF) has recently increased its leadership role in the restoration of the Roland Water Tower to help move the project forward. The Board voted to […]

Cycle Track Progress Meeting scheduled for Nov. 13

The Roland Park Civic League has scheduled a Cycle Track Committee Progress Meeting. DATE: Sunday, November 13, 2016 TIME: 1:00 PM-2:30 PM LOCATION: St. David’s Church, Great Hall, 4700 Roland Ave. Unable to attend? Share your constructive comments by email: cycletrack@rolandpark.org See updates available on the committee’s webpage.

Update on Public Safety

The RPCL takes the topic of public safety very seriously and is committed to working with our BCPD and the community to disseminate information and advocate for positive change.  At Wednesday’s RPCL meeting, there was some discussion on education of the community, so we’ve added a new page to the Roland Park website that will […]