Growing Green Competition: Vacant Lots Transformed

Is there a vacant lot in your community? Here’s your chance to fix it up!

The Baltimore City Mayor’s Office, in partnership with the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Chesapeake Bay Trust, is holding the Baltimore Growing Green Design Competition to transform vacant lots in Baltimore City. The competition is a part of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Growing Green Initiative.

Community groups and design firms are encouraged to form partnerships and submit their design to transform a vacant lot by August 15. The Green Pattern Book provides background information, potential ideas, and examples of successful vacant lot transformations.

Participants are strongly encouraged to choose a lot from the pre-approved list. If you have a lot in mind that is not pre-approved, you must submit your alternative suggestion by July 1.

Choose from one of these mandatory workshops to learn more.  At least one team member must attend, but you need not have decided on partners.

Saturday, June 14
9:00-11:00am
Humanim Building
1701 N. Gay Street
Baltimore, MD 21213
Sign up to attend 

Tuesday, June 26
6:00-8:00pm
Neighborhood Design Center
1401 Hollins Street
Baltimore, MD 21223
Sign up to attend

Contact Jenny Guillaume at jenny.guillaume@baltimorecity.gov or 410-396-5902 with general questions about the competition.

 

 

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