Laurence Cotton, Public Historian and Olmsted Scholar Coming to Speak May 25th!

On Wednesday, May 25th the community will welcome Laurence Cotton, public historian, filmaker, and Olmsted scholar to the Presbyterian Church. Note that seating is limited to 150 people, with a Zoom link option below. He will give a presentation entitled “Frederick Law Olmsted: Bringing Nature to the City.”  Doors will open at 6:45PM.  This event has […]

Hillside Park

Roland Park’s Spring Celebration – benefitting the Roland Park Community Foundation and Hillside Park held May 13th was a great success, thanks to all who attended! HILLSIDE PARK IS HAPPENING! COMMUNITY HAS CONTRACT ON BCC LAND.   Ready to Pitch in for The Park? CLICK HERE TO DONATE OR MAKE A PLEDGE Press Release BALTIMORE […]

Announcement of Annual Civic League Meeting: May 19, 2021

The Annual Meeting of the Civic League will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, May 19th at 7PM!  Join us!  Agenda and Zoom link will be posted soon.  In the meantime, you can read the meeting notice and view the proposed slate of the Board of Directors to be voted on below. Read President Bob […]

2 New Hillside Park Zoom presentations added!

Due to increasing interest and attendance at prior meetings, two new Zoom presentation dates have been added!  Join us and learn more about the exciting plans to purchase 20 acres of land being sold by Baltimore Country club to create a new public park for Baltimore.  To-date, over 100 Zooms have engaged more than 500 […]

Important Message about the Organic Debris Pick Up Program

At the April 2021 RPCL board meeting, the Finance Committee, in preparation for the new fiscal year which starts May 1, 2021, presented a compelling case that the organic debris pick up program as it currently exists is not financially sustainable.  The Board voted to temporarily suspend the program pending further review and with community input on the viability of […]

April 2021 Civic League Meeting Tomorrow 4/7 at 7PM via Zoom

Join the monthly Civic Meeting tomorrow!  Lots on the agenda!  Everyone is welcome! Meeting Agenda is here Zoom link is here Poll Results March 2021 **Also, don’t forget to put May 19th at 7PM on your calendar.  It’s the RPCL Annual Meeting!      

2 New Presentation Zooms on the Campaign for Hillside Park Added for April!

Given the rising excitement and interest in the Hillside Park project, two new Zoom presentations have been added for April! Everyone is welcome to join in and learn more about the vision for the park! Please Pitch in for The Park!   Register for the April 9th Zoom @7PM here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvcu6vqzwqHNef02AoKETztwTJUA3z4N-7 Register for the April […]

Community Online Poll on Two Important Projects- Please Participate!

The Roland Park Civic League is seeking your feedback ASAP on two current and potentially big impact projects around the community.  RPCL President Bob Connors’ letter explaining things, which includes the link to the poll, is below.  Please take a few minutes to read it and do the poll!  Your feedback is very important! Read […]

Zoom Meeting on plans for the Overlook site: Wednesday, March 10th 7:30PM

Blue Ocean Group has the Overlook site under contract to Claiborne Senior Living of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, owner / operators of senior living homes. Claiborne proposes to build a senior living facility with 80 assisted living and 30 memory care units on the Overlook footprint. Claiborne’s building would be significantly lower in height and have fewer units and […]

March 2021 Civic League Meeting

The March 2021 meeting of the Roland Park Civic League takes place this Wednesday, March 3rd at 7PM via Zoom.  Join us!  Of note, the renovation plans for Eddie’s on Roland Avenue will be presented. Zoom details are here: https://zoom.us/j/98987041289?pwd=ajM4Vmc5QUVnVUt6SXFodHlJMlR1QT09 Meeting agenda is here: RPCL_Agenda_2021_March      

Hillside Park. A Green Space for All.

Recent Press on the BCC Land Sale and Plans for a New Public Park

These recent articles from The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Brew talk about the current Roland Park initiative to turn 20 acres of green space along Falls Road into a public park for all Baltimoreans to use and enjoy. Continue to check here for new updates on this exciting project, and also on social media (Next Door and Instagram @rolandparkcommunity).  […]