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Midtown Community Benefits District
The Midtown Community Benefits District is a citizen-run neighborhood advocacy and improvement group authorized by law in 1996 to provide security and sanitation services along with promotional activities for a 150-block area. Midtown is made up of four communities: Bolton Hill, Charles North, Madison Park and Mount Vernon/Belvedere. Its efforts are funded by taxpayer approved property tax surcharge. Midtown was created by voter referendum in an effort to make our neighborhoods stronger, better places to live and work.

CLICK HERE
for Midtown Benefits page
website: midtownbaltimore.org
phone:
410 528 1512
The Midtown Development Corporation
One-stop shopping for homebuyers. The Midtown Development Corporation is a non-profit subsidiary of the Midtown Community Benefits District. Our purpose is to promote the continued revitalization and restoration of Midtown by assisting homebuyers and good developers with residential renovation projects.

website: http://www.midtowndevelopment.org
Park Purchase III Homeowners' Association
Residents of
Linden Green between Waxter Way and Dolphin Lane;
Waxter Way between Mason and Jordan; and
Dolphin between Mason and Jordan

contact: Kacey Zani, President; kzani@ahsarch.com
The Atrium Association
Residents of
Linden Green between Lafayette and Lanvale;
Lanvale between Mason and Eutaw; and
Lafayette (south side) between Linden and Jordan
Bolton Square Homeowners' Association
Residents of the Bolton Square development:
From 236 to 310 (even) W. Lafayette (North side between Mason and Jordan Streets) and the 1400 blocks of Mason and Jordan Streets.

contact: Monty Howard, President; montyhoward@earthlink.net
The Mount Vernon Belvedere Association
The Mount Vernon~Belvedere Association takes its neighborhood seriously. We aim to protect, preserve, improve, and inform our neighbors about our area and the events going on that effect all of us.

website: www.mvba.org

In addition, Bolton Hill has a number of associations and organizations that meet the needs of specific groups of people, often focusing on only a "corner" of the neighborhood. If you wish to add your group, please contact webmaster@boltonhill.org.

Parents on the Hill
Parents on the Hill is for families in the Bolton Hill and Reservoir Hill neighborhoods. Our goal is to connect the parents in the area to celebrate what makes our community so special. We hope to organize regular monthly playground meet-ups, setup local playgroups, SAHM/D daytime meet-ups and mom/dad’s nights out.

Connect with local parents and parents-to-be, swap baby gear and find resources for schools, activities and events in and around the city of Baltimore.
The group can be accessed via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/pothbaltimore

You can also contact Kimberly Canale at kimberly.canale@gmail.com for more nformation.
Bolton Hill Garden Club
The Bolton Hill Garden Club is a great venue for meeting and socializing with your BH neighbors. Meetings are generally held on the third Tuesday of the month. In addition to a calendar of guest speakers, the club holds picnics, pot luck suppers, cocktail parties, and a day trip to the Eastern Shore. It hosts a Fall pansies sale, a Winter wreath sale, a Spring plant sale, and a Summer Garden Walk.  The BH Garden Club has adopted many parks and small public spaces as its Bolton Hill parks maintenance projects.

The Garden Club website provides information on membership, meetings, green space grants, photos, and projects.

Click Here to Become a Member (iPad Version)
Click Here to Contact Us

website:
www.BoltonHillGardenClub.org
facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BoltonHillGardenClub
Bolton Hill Short Story Reading Group
A great way to meet and socialize with other Bolton Hillers who enjoy reading. The club meets once a month (except December and May) on the fourth Monday of each month. The meeting place rotates among the homes of members who also serve refreshments. For the past several years we have been reading two stories each month from The Best American Short Stories series. We are finishing the 2007 edition and will be starting the 2008 edition in October. New members are most welcome. If this sounds likes fun, please contact Carrie Cass.

contact: Carrie Cass
phone:
410 669 6462 
email: watermusic2003@aol.com [please put SHORT STORY in the subject line]

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