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 […]
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Spring 2019 Roland Park News
Update from Robert Connors, President of the Roland Park Civic League: ‘Just heard from Major Rich Gibson (Northern District Commander, Baltimore City Police) that 4 of 7 suspects thought to be responsible for the recent crimes in several neighborhoods, including Roland Park, have been arrested. Stay vigilant, recheck locks on homes and vehicles, consider an […]
Winter 2018 Roland Park News
There have been a number of recent reports of cars being broken into and the contents ransacked and/or stolen during the night. We have also seen packages stolen from porches. Now that the holiday season is upon us and we will all be busier than usual, here are a few tips to protect your belongings: […]
Zelkovas in brilliant Fall Color on Roland Avenue (Photo Credit: Anne Stuzin) The board of your Roland Park Civic League would like to wish you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving. I want to personally thank this wonderful community for its outpouring of generosity to our recent food drive. Literally every inch of my […]
Save the date for the 2019 Spring Celebration! April 26, 2019 Location: The Woman’s Club of Roland Park, 4500 Roland Avenue Join your neighbors for the Roland Park Community Foundation’s annual fundraiser! Featuring “celebrity” neighborhood bartenders, light fare provided by local restaurants and the ever-popular Wine Auction. Tickets available online in early 2019. For sponsorship […]
Fall 2018 Roland Park News
Summer 2018 Roland Park News
The Roland Park Poster of 1991, also known as The Roland Park Centennial Poster was a big hit back in “the day.” The Roland Park Community Foundation has reprinted this piece by local artist, humorist and author Barbara Dale. Barbara Dale offered to update the original art to give the current Roland Parkers something they […]