Spring 2018 Roland Park News
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The Baltimore City Department of Transportation has announced a new Public Meeting on the Roland Avenue Cycle Track to take place on Thursday, June 14th from 6-7:30 at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School, 5207 Roland Avenue. https://transportation.baltimorecity.gov/events/roland-avenue-cycle-track-community-meeting
The June meeting of the Roland Park Civic League will be held on Wednesday, June 6th at the North Baltimore Mennonite Church, 4615 Roland Avenue. The meeting time has been changed to a 7:30PM start due to a conflict with a Roland Park Community Foundation event.
Roland Park Residents: It is time for Spring 2018 tree planting. If you are a Roland Park Resident who pays full fees and dues and are up-to-date with your dues, you may apply for a free tree. The trees will be planted by K&C Groundworks, our community landscape maintenance company. Those interested should contact Kate […]
Please plan to attend two 41st District Candidate Forums in the run up to the primary election on June 26. 2018. The first forum, for State Delegate Candidates, will be held on Sunday, March 11, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Bolton Street Synagogue, 212 W. Coldspring Lane. Delegate candidates committed to attending so far include […]
Please note that the Roland Park Civic League office will be closed from December 25th through January 1. For contact information, visit https://rolandpark.org/contact/contacts-addresses/
Winter 2017 Roland Park News
On November 7, RPCL representatives and two members of the Landscape Committee attended a meeting held at Poly to discuss concerns over traffic speed and pedestrian safety on the Falls Road and Cold Spring corridor. The meeting focused on improving pedestrian safety on Falls Road and DOT representatives gave a presentation on the planned installation […]
UPDATE 11/15/2017: Additional trees looking for new homes, to be planted on personal property. If you are a resident who pays full fees, you are eligible for a new tree. Not only is the tree free but we’ll plant it for you. The remaining trees available for planting this fall are listed below. Please see this file for […]
Several years ago, Roland Park resident Al Copp started a program to increase and improve the aging tree canopy in Roland Park. Working with Baltimore City, the Roland Park Civic League and the Community Foundation, Al established a program to plant free trees in the neighborhood. Sadly, we lost Al Copp to illness earlier this […]