Our commitment to the greater community continues with our 2nd annual Thanksgiving food drive to benefit the Langston Hughes Center in neighboring Park Heights. This Saturday and Sunday, November 2nd and 3rd we join up with Eddie’s of Roland Park to collect everything the Langston Hughes Center will need for their annual Thanksgiving meal. They […]
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Trick or Treat The festivity continues in Roland Park on Halloween evening when the Roland Park Civic League once again teams up with the RP Presbyterian Church as we host a trick or treat station on Upland on Halloween evening from 6 to 8PM. We will have plenty of candy including dairy, egg, and nut […]
A selection of trees are available for fall planting. Roland Park residents who are Civic League members and up-to-date with Roads & Maintenance dues can request a free tree. The selection includes trees for the verge that will mature to become large trees adding shade and beauty to Roland Park streets. A limited quantity of smaller shade […]
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Come help us celebrate in our beloved annual Roland Park 4th of July Parade, which is now in its 22nd year. The festivities will begin at 10 am on Thursday, July 4th with a reading from the Declaration of Independence on the library steps. The parade will start in front of the library and proceed […]
The monthly meeting of the Roland Park Civic League in June has been rescheduled to June 20, 2019 from 7 to 9 PM at Roland Park Presbyterian Church. There will be no meeting in July due to the Independence Day holiday. The Civic League typically meets the first Wednesday of each month at the Roland […]
Dear neighbors, As most of you are aware, a contractor for DOT has scheduled their work implementing the Mayor’s directive regarding Roland Avenue to begin next week. Based on some of the markings, we are pleased to see that DOT is taking the opportunity to add back some crosswalks that have been missing, most notably […]
Through a joint program Between the RP Community Foundation’s Landscape Committee and Baltimore Department of Forestry, a selection of shade and ornamental trees have arrived. Medium-large trees for planting along the verge or streetscape: Red Maples (straight species and hybrid Autumn Flame) Oaks (Overcup Oak & Southern Red Oak) American Elm (Princeton species) Black Gum/Tupelo […]
The trees planted along the verge and other areas of public green space in Roland Park are Baltimore City property and maintained by the City Department of Forestry. Residents are encouraged to water and care for trees planted in front of their homes in the verge area. When a resident notices a dead tree in […]