Comment on the Baltimore Green Network Plan

The Baltimore Green Network Vision Plan aims to develop a comprehensive strategy for how underutilized areas in our most distressed communities, particularly those that once housed vacant properties, can be developed in a way that benefits these neighborhoods. CPHA discussed the plan at our 2016 forum on redevelopment in Baltimore City’s disinvested communities.

The City released a draft version of the plan and is now accepting feedback from the community. There are many ways you can let those in power know what you think:

You can comment on the document itself, though you do have to register first. Comments will be accepted through April 29. 

Attend the Open House which will be held:

Thursday, March 15
6:30pm-8pm
Mother Seton School
2215 Greenmount St
Baltimore, MD 21218
Click here to review meeting materials and RSVP

 

View a webinar on the plan that will be archived on the Department of Planning’s website:

Wednesday, March 21
11:30am-12:30pm

 

Attend the Baltimore Sustainability Town Hall to see how the Green Network Plan fits into Baltimore’s overall sustainability strategy:

Wednesday, April 11
6pm-8pm
War Memorial
101 N Gay St
Baltimore, MD 21202

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