Earlier this year, the Baltimore City Health Department began the Your Community…Your Health community meetings in order to present each of the City’s neighborhood health profiles to their respective communities and eventually formulate a specific community plan for improving health outcomes.
The Health Department will re-convene with communities this fall to identify the health issues residents want to address first and to recruit residents to be liaisons between the Health Department and their communities. In subsequent meetings the Department will work with community members to identify and mobilize local and city agency resources, and develop and implement action plans.
Meeting participants are invited by neighborhood name. If you’re not sure exactly which neighborhood you live in, please visit the Planning Department’s website with links to a variety of helpful neighborhood maps.
All remaining second-round meetings will take place in the coming months. See below for details on whether your district is having its meeting in the next few weeks:
Joint Meeting with the Western District Police Department, Thursday, September 20, 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Western District Police Department, 1037 N. Mount Street 21217, for Distrcts and the following neighborhoods with which that department works:
- Council District 7 – Easterwood, Mondawmin, Panway-Braddish Avenue, Parkview-Woodbrook, Penn North
- Council District 9 – Bridgeview-Greenlawn, Evergreen Lawn, Franklin Square, Harlem Park, Lexington, Mosher, Penrose
- In both Districts 7 and 9 - Coppin Heights, Rosemont, Sandtown-Winchester
- In both Distrcts 9 and 11 – Poppleton
Council District 9 – Wednesday, September 26, 6pm-8pm, Bon Secours Community Support Center, Community Room, 26 N Fulton Avenue, 21223
- Attend if you live in: Allendale/Irvington/South Hilton, Greater Rosemont, Poppleton/The Terraces/Hollins Market, Sandtown-Winchester/Harlem Park, Southwest
Council District 10 – Thursday, September 27, 6pm-8pm, St. Veronica’s Church Parish Hall, 806 Cherry Hill Road, 21225
- Attend if you live in: Brooklyn/Curtis Bay/Hawkins Point, Cherry Hill, Morrell Park/Violetville, Washington Village/Pigtown, Mount Winans/Lakeland
- Attend if you live in Forest Park/Walbrook, Greater Mondawmin, Greater Rosemont, Medfield/Hampden/Woodberry/Remington, Penn North/Reservoir Hill, Sandtown-Winchester/Harlem Park
Council District 13 – Tuesday, October 9th, 6pm-8pm, Humanim, 2nd Floor, 1701 N. Gay Street, Baltimore, MD 21213
- Attend if you live in Belair/Edison, Claremont/Armistead, Clifton-Barea, Madison/East End, Patterson Park North and East, Perkins/Middle East
Council District 11, Wednesday, October 17, 6pm-8pm, Enoch Pratt Library, Poe Room, 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
- Attend if you live in Downtown/Seton Hill, Inner Harbor/Federal Hill, Midtown, South Baltimore, Upton/Druid Heights
Council District 12 – Thursday, October 18, 7pm-9 pm, Oliver Community Association, 1400 E Federal Street, 21213
- Attend if you live in: Clifton-Barea, Greater Charles Village/Barclay, Greenmount East, Jonestown/Oldtown, Midtown, Midway/Coldstream, Perkins/Middle East
Council District 8 – Wednesday, October 24, 6pm-8pm, Edmondson Avenue Library, Community Room (lower level) 4330 Edmondson Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21225
- Attend if you live in: Allendale/Irvington/South Hilton, Beechfield/Ten Hills/West Hills, Dickeyville/Franklintown, Edmondson Village, Forest Park/Walbrook
If you live in a neighborhood listed both under the police meeting and another meeting, feel free to attend both.
To stay involved, please contact Michael O’Leary at the Health Department: Michael.Oleary@baltimorecity.gov.