• Welcome to Roland Park.

    Roland Park is a 19th century development that makes perfect sense for the 21st century lifestyle. It is such an exceptional place to live because of its natural beauty, its architectural integrity, its proximity to all that Baltimore City has to offer and its strong sense of community.
  • Welcome to Roland Park.

    The houses are old but the neighborhood is vibrant. It is an ideal place to raise a family, be part of an active and engaged community, make lasting friendships with your neighbors, and retire in the beauty of an historic and bucolic setting.
  • Welcome to Roland Park.

    Shops, library, post office, community pool – all are within walking distance. The office buildings of downtown Baltimore are 15 minutes south, while the countryside of Baltimore County is 15 minutes north.
  • Welcome to Roland Park.

    Roland Park was founded in 1891 as one of the first planned suburban garden communities in the United States.
  • Welcome to Roland Park.

    The famed landscape architecture company of Frederick Law Olmsted laid out many sections of the neighborhood, incorporating a wide variety of housing styles, sizes and configurations, as well as mixed-use commercial properties.
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    The roads follow natural topography in a curvilinear design that slows traffic and highlights the beauty of the land.

Our Community Organizations

Roland Park Civic League: Its mission is to foster the common good and welfare of its members, to take action on those matters of mutual interest, and to otherwise represent the people of Roland Park. The Civic League depends on involvement and membership of its residents in order to do its best work for the community.

Roads and Maintenance Corporation: Its focus is on overseeing adherence to architectural covenants and collecting maintenance fees mandated in each property’s deed. These fees are used to maintain the shared spaces of the neighborhood’s footpaths, medians and traffic islands.

Roland Park Community Foundation: The foundation exists to preserve, maintain and improve our parks and green spaces in order to benefit present and future generations of residents and to stay true to original vision for this community.

ROLAND PARK’S LATEST:

Video of Verizon 5G Discussion at November 3rd Civic League Meeting and more

Many thanks to all who attended in person and via Zoom, as well as representatives of Verizon and City Planning. If you missed the meeting, not to worry! You can access the video here and an Addendum to 11.3.21 Minutes which summarizes the discussion. Verizon’s PowerPoint presentation here Verizon 5G presentation 11/3/21 Guest Speakers: Paul Plymouth […]

November Civic League Meeting and Discussion about Verizon Plan for 5G towers in the Community! Wednesday, November 3, 7PM.

Mark your calendars! November Civic League meeting is this Wednesday, 11/3 at 7PM!  In person at the Presbyterian Church (basement meeting space) or via Zoom link (below).  Meeting agenda is here **Of note, there will be an important discussion about Verizon’s plan for 5G towers to be placed in the community.  Reps from Verizon and […]

October Civic League Meeting Wednesday, October 6th 7-9PM

The October Civic League Meeting is tomorrow!  Join us in person in the basement meeting room at the Presbyterian Church, or if you prefer, via Zoom!  There is a lot on the agenda to discuss! We are fortunate to have Delegates Rosenberg and Bridges as well as Senator Carter joining us. Meeting agenda is here […]

New RP Civic League Speaker Series Kicks Off with Dr. Paige Glotzer at the Ivy Bookshop on October 13th at 7:00PM

Join the Civic League and Greater Roland Park community on the patio at the Ivy Bookshop (5928 Falls Road) to hear Dr. Paige Glotzer talk about her book “How the Suburbs were Segregated” and engage the audience in discussions to better understand the ways in which our past shapes the present with regard to economic and […]

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