Here you'll find a short directory of neighborhood resources from parks, to mailboxes and local representatives. Please let us know if there are any additional resources you'd like to know about in the neighborhood.
East of the Alameda - Wednesday
West of the Alameda - Tuesday
East of the Alameda - Friday
West of the Alameda - Thursday
900 E 33rd St, Baltimore, MD 21218
3801 Yolando Rd
1212 Windemere Ave
3535 Alameda Cir
3-1-1 - connects Baltimore citizens, businesses & visitors with a vast array of city services, programs and information.
2-1-1 - a nonprofit health and human services
agency that connects individuals to essential services like food, housing and mental health support.
9-1-1 - Call 911 to report a life-threatening
The Housing Committee compiled a list of resources to help our neighbors with housing needs in the areas of home repair, mortgage and rental assistance, legal aid, and accessibility improvements, among others. If you would like to suggest a resource to add to the list, or would like assistance in accessing one or more of the resources, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Councilwoman Odette Ramos - Odette.Ramos@baltimorecity.gov
100 N Holliday Street, Room 506,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Delegate Curtis S. (Curt) Anderson (D)
Delegate Regina T. Boyce (D) - email@example.com
Delegate Maggie McIntosh (D) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator Mary Washington - email@example.com
The Forestry Division is pleased to plant street trees on the street right-of-way at the request or approval of property owners. Trees must be planted in locations that promote tree vigor, minimize safety hazards and reduce conflicts with sidewalks. Most importantly, trees must be routinely watered by the resident.
Street tree request form: https://bcrp.baltimorecity.gov/sites/default/files/Street%20Tree%20Request%20Form.pdf