Exciting news: Angela Taylor and the staff at the Roland Park Community Center will kick off another season of weekly Farmer’s Markets starting on Friday, May 26, at 5:00 pm at the RPCC, located at 5802 Roland Avenue! The RPCC Farmer’s Market includes a CSA (Community Sponsored Agriculture; with Oak Spring Farm) live music, crafts, […]
North Roland Park Spring Neighborhood Party Come join us on Saturday, May 13, 2023 5:00PM for our annual neighborhood party! RSVP HERE!
Update on the BGE natural gas repairs.
At the May 9, 2023 meeting of the North Roland Park Improvement Association, members present elected Beth Foxwell (2nd term), Ricci Reber (2nd term), Debra Williams (1st term – acceptance to be confirmed); and Dan Taylor (staying on) to serve three-year terms, effective June 2022. Doug Schmidt, Francis Turner and John Wogan are currently serving […]
Thanks to Beth and Allen Foxwell for hosting our successful NRPIA spring party on May 14, 2022! The food, live music and conversations were all great! We’re planning a spring 2023 party so stay tuned.
Real estate development of a parcel of property immediately east of (behind) The Falls at Roland Park apartment complex (at Falls Road and Northern Parkway), initially approved by the Baltimore City Zoning Board for the construction of a Memory Care Unit, has been halted while an appeal by two residents of North Roland Park proceeds. […]
Exciting news: Angela Taylor and the staff at the Roland Park Community Center will kick off another season of weekly Farmer’s Markets starting on Friday, May 26, at 5:00 pm at the RPCC, located at 5802 Roland Avenue! The RPCC Farmer’s Market includes a CSA (Commumity Sponsored Agriculture) live music, crafts, wines from Boordy vineyards […]
Ricci Reber, at-large member of the NRPIA Board, continues to work with the Baltimore City Police Department (Northern District) to promote relations with BPD and to advocate for homeowners in North Roland Park. You can review Ricci’s lates report, from the November 11, 2022 Northern District Commanders’ Meeting, with information about the Baltimore States Attorney’s […]
The North Roland Park Improvement Association has secured agrant from the State of Maryland for $270,000 to make improvements on the pedestrian bridge at Melrose Avenue, between Kenmore Avenue and Roland Avenue, adjacent to The Bryn Mawr School. This is very welcome news! NRPIA Board President Doug Schmidt is to be congratulated for his efforts to obtain the […]
NRPIA has again retained the services of a private contractor to provide expeditious snow removal in North Roland Park this winter.