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 […]
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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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
Winter 2016 Roland Park News
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: email@example.com See updates available on the committee’s webpage.
Roland Park Civic League First Vice President Chris McSherry writes with this update: “Dear Neighbors, Many thanks to everyone who has supported the Civic League in trying to get the land at BCC zoned like the area surrounding it. The Civic League and the Community Foundation made a presentation to the City Council Land Use […]
The RPCL board will be holding its routine monthly meeting this coming Wednesday evening at 7PM, at the Roland Park Presbyterian Church, 4801 Roland Avenue. The church is located on the northeast corner of Roland Avenue and Upland Road. The meeting is held in the churh basement, which is accessible from the side door on […]
In the next two weeks, City Council is expected to finalize the first Zoning overhaul in 45 years, known as Transform Baltimore which will effect the entire city. For the past 5 years, RP Civic League has been actively involved in this process. Within the last month, Baltimore Country Club has seized this opportunity to […]
The following notice was issued this week by Kohl.Fallin@baltimorecity.gov; (443-984-4095 (Office) who is our city neighborhood transportation liaison: The Roland Avenue Resurfacing project from Cold Spring Lane to Northern Parkway has been completed. This is the first parking-protected bike lane in Baltimore City, and the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) would like to alert […]