Welcome to Roland Park.

Roland Park is a 19th century development that makes perfect sense for the 21st century lifestyle. It is such an exceptional place to live because of its natural beauty, its architectural integrity, its proximity to all that Baltimore City has to offer and its strong sense of community.

In Roland Park…

The houses are old but the neighborhood is vibrant. It is an ideal place to raise a family, be part of an active and engaged community, make lasting friendships with your neighbors, and retire in the beauty of an historic and bucolic setting.

Shops, library, post office, community pool – all are within walking distance. The office buildings of downtown Baltimore are 15 minutes south, while the countryside of Baltimore County is 15 minutes north.

Roland Park was founded in 1891 as one of the first planned suburban garden communities in the United States. The famed landscape architecture company of Frederick Law Olmsted laid out many sections of the neighborhood, incorporating a wide variety of housing styles, sizes and configurations, as well as mixed-use commercial properties. The roads follow natural topography in a curvilinear design that slows traffic and highlights the beauty of the land.

ROLAND PARK’S LATEST:

Ciclovía VI: From Park to Park – Sunday, May 22.

The Roland Park Civic League is happy to announce Ciclovia VI on May 22 from 12-4 p.m. The Ciclovia will close down the southbound side of Roland Avenue from Deepdene Road to University Parkway, and then close southbound University Parkway down to the Tudor Arms Road, and beyond to Druid Hill Park, to allow bikers, […]

Roland Park Civic League Annual Meeting – Tuesday May 17th.

The annual meeting of the general membership of the Roland Park Civic League will take place on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the multi-purpose room at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School. Among our responsibilities at this meeting will be the election of officers and plat representatives for the 2016-2017 term. A slate of […]

Cycle Track Documents 2015

The cycle track presentation from the public meeting earlier in 2015 can be found here: Cycle Track Presentation 2015 A letter from Baltimore City Department of Transportation in response to questions at the November 4th meeting can be found here: Cycle Track DOT Response letter November 2015

Baltimore Broadband Campaign

There is a monopoly for faster Internet service in Baltimore. Cost and speed and lack of choice motivates this citywide campaign supported by the Roland Park Civic League. The campaign goal is the deployment of fast fiberoptic technology as has already occurred in many other cities. An adequate fiber network can then allow competition for […]

ORGANIC DEBRIS PICKUP
DUES & FEES
E-LETTER