Since the May public meeting held to gain input to design a new streetscape for West North Avenue, a group of residents from north and south of North Avenue, RHIC staff, and Neighborhood Design Center personnel have been working to survey more people in gathering input, and integrate all that material into a design. One hundred and nine people have participated in planning sessions or surveys to provide input to the project, which extends from Charles Street west to Hilton. If you haven't participated in a planning session or filled out a survey, there is plenty of time to do so.
A preliminary design regarded as 30% complete is now available. For background on this project, Click Here. There is a button on the page that allows you to view the preliminary plans. To go straight to the plans, Click Here.
Please join us on 4 September at 6:30 pm at John Eager Howard Recreation Center, 2100 Brookfield Avenue when we will discuss the preliminary design. Public input will be ongoing. We need everyone's thoughts to shape the best streetscape possible.
We are working closely with Baltimore City Department of Transportation so as to ensure that the finished product can be adopted and funded by the city. This is a great opportunity to transform North Avenue into a roadway that connects the neighborhoods of Central West Baltimore, and is safe and welcoming.
Join us on the 4th of September, bring your thoughts and enthusiasm, and be part of the conversation over the evolving vision for North Avenue and our communities.